Very nice shady camp ground. Sites are well spaced. Close to Crater Lake.
December 3, 2017 - reviewed by RFB
Things To Do
There are TWO interesting museums nearby. The logging museum has lots of turn of the century logging equipment, a lot of it steam powered. Live demonstrations during the summer months. Two miles south is a railroad museum with more steam power, this time on rails. Bump on the mosquitos in spring and early summer.
October 3, 2017 - reviewed by Cheryl
It is only October 3, not my definition of "late October" and the campground is closed.
And don't go the 1 1/2 miles to the Forest Service Campground unless you have water. They turned off the water in that camp on Sept. 23, but the signage with that info is not until you get into the campground.
July 26, 2017 - reviewed by Meredith
Great Little Campground
We pulled in without reservations. Found an open spot. Kids jumped out and quickly found other kids to ride around with. Small enough campground that it's not too hard to keep track of them. Great trails and walks to rivers. Spaces nicely laid out. Camp hosts were friendly. Had a thunderstorm come thru and knock out power. Electric was back on by 11am. Warm free showers and decently cleaned restrooms. Would have liked to stay longer but it was booked up.
July 15, 2017 - reviewed by Stephanie
Full hook up $26 - people are very friendly and helpful. Trails and museum. Lots of bugs! Makes sure to bring mosquito repellent- these guys are vicious. Level pads with rear parking. The only downside is the spots are pretty close together depending where you are.
October 2, 2016 - reviewed by Bruce
Nice quiet camp. Spacious.
August 13, 2016 - reviewed by Michael
Love it love it going back soon
May 28, 2016 - reviewed by Willow
Full Hookup $26
Horse facilities $19
Tent site $19
October 9, 2015 - reviewed by Helen
Great park. Spacious sites with full hookups. Nice camp host.