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Nice, clean, family friendly campground

Christian based, Nice, clean, family friendly campground. Plenty to do with the family including a beach, playground, water activities, and crafts! Fun activities every week and a nice game room. My only qualm is that they charge for visitors, even if they are only staying an hour (I can understand overnight, but it seems silly to charge for an hour).

Clean, friendly, nice place to stay

It's a great, clean, family friendly campground! Plenty to do for the kids, events almost every night (we painted rocks for their rock garden). Only qualm is that they charge for people to come and visit you, even if it's only an hour (I can understand if they were staying overnight, but they weren't). Overall, nice Christian based campground!

Hands down favorite campground to visit!

tWe've been coming to this campground since I was a kid, and we always rent out the Horseshoe cabins on the Quaker side. Great rustic leave your worries behind kinda camping. Great places to go fishing, rock climbing, catching crayfish, having awesome fires and spending time with friends. The scenery is hands down unbelievable and there is always a ton of things to do. They have an amplitheater that has events happening all the time, and a nice playground for the kids. Spend the day having a cookout or spend the week! Its well worth the visit!

Wonderful, clean, great place for the family

We've been coming to this campground since I was a kid, and love the fact that you can have the amenities of home away from home. There is so much to do there including catching crayfish, fishing, going to the amplitheater, hiking, and so much more. This is a favorite and a must see for sure!

Great Campground, Wonderful Views - Great for Kids!

I highly recommend checking out the Coos Canyon Campground. The lot spaces were decently sized, and ours had water and electricity. They have a cute little general store that you can get some supplies in, along with clean showers and restrooms. You can bring in your own wood (which I recommend) or you can buy some from the store (which was a little pricey). We spent two nights there and could have spent an entire week. The canyon itself had tons to explore including rock climbing, cliff jumping, swimming, fishing, a cute little sandy beach for the littles to play on, and so much more. We brought our bikes and had fun riding around the campground. This being our first time there, I would definitely go back!