Rebecca W.

White City, OR

Joined August 2019

Love being outdoors and getting my daughter out there to learn and love the wild is my goal.

Very beautiful but very open

Incredibly clean and nice area. Very friendly hosts and great trail boards. The Logger Museum was super cool and only a short trail walk from campground. The head waters of Spring Creek are worth the drive. The water is super, super cold. No privacy between sites. Tons of camper/trailer sites and all the tent sites are on inside of a loop with restroom/showers in the middle of the tent sites. Lots of foot traffic in tents area. Overall we would go back.

Close campsites and spoiled campers

Not quite my style of camping with hot showers and flushing toilets but I understand that with the site being along the PCT some people would be in heaven there. The sites are all very close and not very secluded. 

The wildlife in the campsite was awesome for my 2yr old. They campground was very clean as were the  restrooms. Trails were well maintained and so many options. 7 miles from Crater Lake Rim Village.

Large campground with creekside sites

Loved the campground. Little spendy @ 22 a night & 10 a night for extra vehicle, but the bathrooms were super clean and not fly infested for vault toilets. Lots of sites are creekside, ours was one. Tons of exploring opportunities. Sites vary in size from single small tent sites to large/ group size sites. Upper Rogue River Trail is right by the campground. Short walk to Union Creek store, cafe, and ice cream shop.

Good dry camp with toilets

Very nice location. Far from the road so no road noise. No reservations, first come first serve. 

Right on the Rogue River. Excellent river side hike. Camp sites are very sized and spaced apart from neighbors.