We had two spots, one for a tent and one for a travel trailer, and lucked out that we got them directly across from each other. Our particular spots were large and private. We loved that we could access the Annie Creek trail from within the campground!
Lovely, clean campground in a beautiful setting. We loved that our site was right along the river as it lulled us to sleep at night! Our site was quite large.
We stayed here for one night on a 3-week road trip, and our boys declared it their favorite campground we stayed at! We stayed in the of the cabins, which had a really cool loft area the boys loved. Being able to walk down to the river and explore was neat. Bathrooms were clean. We had no complaints whatsoever here, and wished we could have stayed longer!
We tent camped here on the last night of a road trip after stopping at the national monument. It was a nice, quiet campground. The tent area was a nice open, grassy area. There weren’t many of us tenting so we didn’t have anyone close! We explored down by the river for a little bit then had to run back as a storm was threatening! Hosts very kind and accommodating. They only take cash, though, so just be prepared.
This campground is great. We’ve stayed twice - once in a tent and once in a cabin and had a wonderful experience both times. We must have lucked out, because the nights we stayed traffic noise didn’t seem bad at all. Bathrooms are nice and clean. The surroundings are so pretty and walking through the campground is so peaceful!
We stayed here in a tent. We were with a groups spread over multiple sites, and it worked really well. We were next to the playground so the kids could play while we kept and eye on them. Nice clean bathroom/showers. The trails to the beach are so great! I didn’t have my bike with me for this particular trip, so I rented one at the campground - a wonderful amenity to have! The bike paths are great, and of course the stretch of beach the park is on is nice and wide open and a great way to spend a day!
We only stayed here one night, but now we want to go back and spend more time. Simply gorgeous park. We had a spot that overlooked a large meadow, and we got to see several deer that evening along the edges. The bathrooms were very clean. The campfire program was a hit with the boys! We will definitely be back! We tent camped so I can’t speak to RV specifics.
When we moved from Oregon to Kansas, we wanted to find a good place to camp! The first place we camped was Elk City and we’ve camped there three times now - it’s a great spot. The first time we had a spot in lower Comfort Cove - it was a lovely shaded spot with lots of space for our boys to explore. Anywhere down close to the lake is fairly busy and can be loud, though. So the last two times we’ve stayed up in the Timber Road area which we just love. It’s quiet, shaded and just beautiful. You can walk to the Table Mound Trail quite easily if you’re in this area. Timber Road area only has pit toilets but they tend to be pretty clean.
We love this campground. We’ve only tent camped here. The site we’ve always stayed at is huge, way far from any other sites, and has a neat little trail between the parking spot and camping spot. The river is a short walk away and has wonderful spots for the kids to play in away from the main channel. The one downside is the train that goes during the night across the river, but we were usually tired enough it didn’t bother us too much. We’ve since moved away from Oregon but will always remember this spot fondly and will camp there anytime we can when we’re back in Oregon!