Large campground with lots of dispersed campsites. Bathrooms, water, firewood, hookups, picnic tables, etc. This campground has a movie screen set up for outdoor movies. It also has big fields and is located right next to lost lake. Very pretty well maintained campground with lots of recreational activities close by!
This campground is super green and pretty. It’s a ways up the river but close to the road. It seemed very secluded even tho it was close to a road. Plenty of spots with picnic tables and a beautiful view of the river. Pit toilets were available. No hookups for rv or trailers. Perfect for tent or truck camping
This campground has it all. Full hookups, a store, a great little cafe, bathrooms, picnic tables, ect. The campground is located next to the Rouge River which is just on the other side of the road. Also located near the town of Gold Beach. The spot is beautiful and well kept. Lots of recreational activities on the river and near the ocean. The only downside is that it fills up fast and is a little bit more crowded especially during the salmon fishing seasons. Popular campground that is great for families.
This snowpark has a big parking area with plenty of room for trailers/vehicles. There are bathrooms and a warming shelter that has a wood stove. The park is close to Crater Lake National Park anout 10ish miles down hwy 62. Nice pretty spot that is easy to get to. No hookups and no water available do be sure to bring it.
I love camping here! Lots of trails to explore some with waterfalls, green and shaded, fish or swim in the river, lots of recreational activities nearby. Clean and well kept with spacious campgrounds. Awesome campground with full hookups, showers, picnic tables, fire pits, and a great location next to the river. Firewood available for purchase and the host was nice. Beautiful spot in the umpqua national forest.
This is a nice park within walking distance to a little secluded beach! The campground is well kept and has hookups. There are picnic tables available, bathrooms, showers, trails, and a lot of great views. You can hike to the top of humbug mountain which is a good somewhat strenuous hike to the top. The day use area is nice and conveniently right off hwy 101. Humbug Mountain State Park has a lot to offer and is beautiful.
This campground is near the Rouge River. The campsite is a little small, but just down the road is the boat launch with bathrooms, garbage bins, and recycle bins. The river is great for kayaking, boating and swimming. Plenty of room to park boat trailers. Foster bar campground has limited spots but is shaded and well maintained. Picnic tables and fire rings available.
This campground is right next to the Rouge River. There is a beautiful day use area with lots of picnic tables and a neat gazebo. You can swim, boat, float, or sun tan by the river.Plenty if recreational activities on this river. Tent and trailer camps spots are available with. Bathrooms, showers, and hookups also available at this open year round campground. Well maintained and is a perfect spot along the river.
This campground is nestled right along the Rouge River. It has great access to the river and a nice boat ramp. It’s a little small for big trailers( I did see some trailers tho) but perfect for tents. There are bathrooms available, picnic tables, and fire rings. The campground has limited space but is in a really neat spot. There are a bunch of blackberries to snack on and it is a really pretty spot.
Great spot just off 101 with beautiful views. The campground is well maintained and clean. Lots of trails around to explore that take you down to the beach. Trailer and tent spots available. The place is a little crowded during the summer time but it is still a great spot right by the ocean. bathrooms and water hookups were available. This park is conveniently located north of Brookings. The beach has a paved ramp down to the beach
this campground has all the necessities . a laundry spot, playground, full hookups, boat ramp, etc. Seems like it caters more specifically to RVs and is close to hwy 97. It is a really clean well maintained spot. This campground is also right by the river which is really pretty.
Really nice park off of hwy 97. It has a neat museum and the facilities were clean. There is a neat clear creek is just down the road and has trails to explore. There were people kayaking on the creek. Lots of places available to park and it was a little crowded but still a nice park.
this campground was closed. it looked like it had nice corrals for horses but the sign said closed and no one was around when we stopped by
nice well kept campground. This campground is a couple miles of dirt road off of hwy 97. The camp host was very helpful and nice. He explained to us where good spots to put our kayaks in. I saw two water spouts and there are bathrooms. The campgrounds are dispersed and it was not crowded when I was there. A little hot and dusty but that’s camping at times.
Very nice,quiet, clean, and simple campground. plenty of available spots I’ve been out here twice and still haven’t seen another camper. Pit toilet available but no hookups. There is a neat little creek right by the campsites. It’s a little ways off the main road and feels a bit secluded.
This campground is well maintained and easy to access. There is a lot of room available to park a trailer or RV on the blacktop. Walt Haring Sno-Park is close to 97 but it was not crowded when I was there. Pit toilets are available I did not see any other hookups tho. Plenty of picnic tables and spots for tents. There is a nice lake (Miller lake)about 11 miles on a dirt road past the campground and there is a nice view of Mt. Theilson on the drive up to the lake. The road there is a little rough due to the washboard on the dirt road.
This campground was hard to find because I couldn’t find it on my map but through this app I was able to get directions. Although when I arrived there was no sign and the campground is not maintained. There are no hookups, bathrooms, or other accommodations. There are just a couple clearings and fire rings. It is a nice nature spot with a green little creek that leads into a spring! It is just more of a campsite for a vehicle or tent I don’t think a trailer/rv could make it.
A gravel road takes you to Miller lake where this campground is nestled. The lake is beautiful and campsites are available with a great view of the lake. Bathrooms and trash cans are available. It is well maintained and in a neat location. I think there are rv/trailer hookups but I was tent camping. The lake is perfect for activities like fishing and kayaking. There are also hiking trails to do a little exploring.
This campground is easy to get to and well maintained. Corral Springs campground is pretty small with only a handful of camping spaces. The campground was nice, clean, and peaceful. I didn’t see any hiking trails or rivers but there is a little green spring. There are picnic tables and it wasn’t crowded when I visited, I only saw one other camper.
This campground is one of my favorites and is home to a beautiful crystal clear natural spring. It is well maintained, clean, and has picnic tables. It looked like there are stables available. We went kayaking and it was a nice calm gorgeous spot. Perfect spot for a campground.