Frazier OHV campgrounds has three areas, entrance with covered picnic area and two campsites along with a ramp to unload OHV. Middle loop with #15 to #20 camp site. Then upper loop with #3 to #14 camp site, five of those sites are group sites. Take your garbage and bring your water. You are close to trails and drive up the 5226 forest road to see the site of Frazier guard station, and Fire Look out area. Off hwy 244 on forest road 5226 less than a mile from highway.
Bear Wallow Creek is in the Umatilla Forest off HWY 244 about 11 miles east of Ukiah. There is no water or garbage, and has one group sites, there are picnic table and fire rings. At the group site is an area to hook up your kill. You are in the mist of the larges elk herd. The town of Ukiah has a dump station (located by the park in middle of town), and the Ranger Station. There is an interpretative trail, can get more information from Ranger Station in Ukiah.
Lane Creek campground is in the Umatilla Forest off Hwy 244 (Between HWY 395 & I-84). Between milepost 10 & 12. It has 7 camp sites with vaulted toilet. No water or garabage, but have picnic table and fire ring, with level gravel site for trailers (can pitch a tent). One out of the 7 sites can hold a large RV of 35ft. Town of Ukiah is west about 8 miles and has a dump station for RV at a park in middle of town off HWY 244. Great Elk hunting area lots of forest road to drive around.
Bring it in Pack it out, be kind to others and take your trash. Nobody should pick up after messy campers who can camp FREE. Only thing you get is a Fire Ring and that shows where you can camp. But always follow the guide for the area about campfires. Such as August most times there are NO Camp Fires! Be prepare for fire danger, have axe, shovel and 5-gal of water, you will be the first to stop it and report it. No phone cell service about mile marker 12 can get a little signal. If you like to ruff it this is perfect area. Lots of forest roads to explore, and great hunting area too. A little bit of luck head to the stream and find some gold. BLM.gov Quartzville Recreation Corridor for more literature. Location is along the Quartzille Rd, pass mile marker 17.2 , for the next 12 miles feel free to camp along the stream.
Your in the woods at this location, bring your boats/canoe/kayak the reservoir is huge to explore.
The campground is only open in the summer and as of 2018 has some wonderful updates on Loop “A” and Loop “C” (new tables, and site pads, and fire rings). Loop “B” is still rustic and not a bad site to sit. There are a few Double site can hold two campers. There is not water or electricity, bring it in and pack it out. Can accommodate big rigs, or small tents. There are four pull through sites. Best to RSVP through ww.linnparks.com on popular weekends or take your change for any open sites, if no sites available head up Quartzville past mile marker 17 and park along the road for free, only where there are metal fire rings.
A great place to load your boat on the Foster Lake Reservoir. Lots of water sports to play on this large lake. The Sunnyside campground has a place to moorage your boat for a fee overnight. The campground has lots of room for large campers and smaller tenter. Go fishing in the ponds or in the lake. Has a dog run for your fur babies, and playground for the kids. Has three loop areas. Loop “A” is open year round and is reservable, Loop “B” is a group area, Loop “C” is open in the summer and is non-reservable. Has about 10 sites in loop A, and loop C that are without hook ups. Has different size sites and can accommodate large RV. Also sites can hold tents too. Did I say water skiing? Yes, Foster Lake is big to have fun water skiing, canoe, kayak, or float on a big floaty duck.
This place has it, a dog park, play disc golf, hiking trails, fish, with ADA fishing deck, boat launch, playground, and two camping loops. Loop “A” is reservable and Loop “B” open in summer as first come/first serve. Please note there is a water hazard for boater and swimmer down from camping area. Has sites with electric and water, and those without. Does have a dump station, and bathrooms with showers. Has a few sites set up for ADA. There is only one site with 50amps the rest is set up for 30amp.
Mallard Creek Golf and RV Resort is located about 3 miles from Waterloo (or 8 miles from Lebanon, Oregon and 11 miles from Sweet Home, Oregon). It is off the beat and design for those serious golfers. The RV resort is design for trailers of any size with 30 to 50 amps electric, also includes, water, sewage hook ups, cable, and a cement table. The Club House has showers, bathrooms, and laundry facility. The club house has a wonderful party space with TV, gas fireplace (no fires at sites), tables for games and social gatherings. Free WIFI, your cel phone and data plans work wonderful in this area. Dogs are allowed, but no pet area to run loose. Kids are welcome but not gear up for things to do unless they love to golf too.
Mallard Creek is gear up for the serious golfers so the summer has special packages for the RV site with golfing from Memorial day weekend to the end of September. For non-golfers the RV resort is available between October 1 to the Thursday before Memorial day.
A small quaint Resort. Would love to stay at the cabins, but my schedule is the same as everyone else. Was told by the Ranger to come and stay after Labor Day, they are open year round. I find it easy to bring my kayak up and use the lake to enjoy rowing around. This would be a great place for those paddle boards. The lake is for non-motorized boats. Can do fishing too. The Lodge is open as a restaurant between Memorial to Labor day. Boat rentals, cabin rentals and tent sites avaiable check the www.linnparks.com or call (541) 967-3917. A must to RSVP
Part of the Willamette National Forest, managed by the Linn County. Best for those who camp with Tents, van campers or Trucks with campers. Would not bring a pull trailer, because the road is all down hill with pin curves, and a very small sites for camping, about 17 sites. Can RSVP your site through Linn County Parks www.linnparks.com 541-967-3917. There are a few sites for first come to first serve, $18 a night for 2018. Has a few hiking trails to see House rock falls and the Santiam wagon trail.
Best for Tent/ Van/ Truck campers. No vehicles over 32 feet, because the sites are small, do have a few pull through sites, mostly design for tent camping. Has a hiking trail to see a waterfall, less than a mile walk. Also have two group site camping area that are close to the South Santiam river best for floating in July/august months. Can park at Cascadia and float a mile down to Short Cover Bridge (have a car there too). Also a day use area to run your dogs off leash. Has some history with the Soda Creek waters that help with your health. Camping open from May 1 to Sept 30, has a day use open year round. 1-800-551-6949 www.oregonstateparks.org. Park has a camp host.
Just outside of Sweet Home Oregon (by 6 miles). Nice facilities with toilets and showers, close to South Santiam river. Great place to come for the Oregon Jamboree. But a must anytime to make reservation. A few sites(9) are first come first serve. Four ADA sites. I like the A-B-C loop area because the trees are more dense. There are camp host that you can purchase wood and ice. The campground is run by Linn County 541-967-3917 or RSVP www.linnparks.com. Three miles east of Foster Lake and a boat launch, bring a boat/canoe and enjoy the lake. Can do Group camping, or use a day area for family picnic. Nice play area for kids, volleyball and horseshoe games.
Stop here for information on campground up the road on Hwy20. They also do guided hikes check out recreation.gov Sweet Home nature and Heritage tours, Or
Notice the asphalt spaces were not very level. Most RV/Campers had to use blocks to level out. Very woods sites and all spaces shaded. This site is close to the Eel Lake for boating, and across the highway101 is access to the dunes. But this State park is not gear up for ATV riders. A must to RSVP for the summer. Can get cel service and mobile data service. Park Host clean up sites quickly. On the East side of HwY 101. About 6 miles North to Winchester Bay, and a few more miles to the beach. Pay day use parking of $4 to Douglas County for beach access.
Have 16 yurts, 8 yurts pet friendly.
Have a hiker/biker camp
Shower and restrooms, very clean (no spider webs)
RV dump site, ask for a $3 donation.
BIG and CLEAN by the sea. 3 miles to a lighthouse, about a mile 1/2 walk to beach, or drive car to parking to get closer access to the sea. Cost $31 a night plus $8 fee RSVP service. A must to call in for RSVP and open year round. North side of Coquille River just north (5 to 7 miles) of Brandon, Oregon. Can get cel service and mobile data service.
Have Yurt village and Hiker/Biker camp
Close to a boat launch for the Coquille River
Have a horse camp too
Campground on east side of Hwy101, but the lower loop as access under hwy to access the beach, if your in the upper loop you have a 1/2 mile walk to access area. Also the lower loop has access under why 101 to the Humbug Mt trailhead on west side of highway. 24 miles north of Gold Beach, and 6 miles south of Port Orford. Park is nice but our site with hook ups in upper loop was in the sun all day. No Cel or mobile data service.
can have fires and purchase wood there.
1-800-551-6949 www.oregonstateparks.org A must to RSVP, online fee is $8 on top of daily rates
34 electrical sites (5 pull through) $24
56 tent sites with water near by $17
Bike and Hikers have a place to stay here $7 a person.
non-campers just want a shower $2 a person.
North side of Chetco River. 8 miles east of Brookings. First come First Serve. BE there early, people try to save spots for friends but you better be paying for the spot. We stayed for one night, by the next morning as we were loading up, kids were riding their bikes saw we were going to leave and one stayed by while the other went to get parents, who checked with us and went to pay for the spot we were vacating. $24 a night with water and elec. $7 for extra vehicles. Do have three cabins that are reservable through ReserveAmerica. You are close to a Redwood Natural Trailhead loop. From campground to trailhead is .8 miles, then a 1.2 mile loop. Round trip 4miles, can drive up to park at trailhead. This was the only Oregon State Park that would not allow fires at the time we visited.
Nice National Forest Campgrounds. Can have camp fires within the metal fire pits (even though your between two fires happen close by). Grounds of hwy 46 that head to the Oregon Caves National Monument between mile post 11 and 12. Also along the Cave Creek, with a walking trail that crosses the creek it about 1/2 mile. Has two water spikes that are tested daily by camp host. Vault toilets that are clean (no spider webs). Length max is 45feet (camper and truck). Has a day use area with amphitheater.
At exit 99, close to the Seven Feathers casino, can get a free shuttle to the casino. Extreme nice, beautiful grounds. Because of the fire season no fires at your spot. Has an indoor pool and workout room. Get a tripe discount when reserving your spot online, with AARP card, and Player card.
A private campground along the River Rogue. About 8 miles east of Gold Beach on the south side of the river. A first come first serve park. A big area to hold lots of camper/boats/tent. There is no boat lunch in the park. Spaces along the river have little shade. Dry camping and uneven terrain. Have access to water, a big bathroom, but pay $2 for a shower. Garbage and Recycle by the office. Close to a river hike along the river. Open year round. Close to Jerry's Rogue Jets in Gold Beach Oregon. Hard to get cel service or mobile data (use Verizon). Camping area could be marked better.