September 7, 2019 - reviewed by MVA1
Very nice campground. Excellent hosts.
May 15, 2019 - reviewed by Erin
Great River And Hiking/biking Nearby
Good RV sites, level, deep, some pull-throughs, full hookups in Middle and South loops.
May 8, 2019 - reviewed by Wheelma
We happened upon this state park because our original mountain biking destination was still under snow. There is a great trail system along the river, all green trails but very scenic. Pine needle forest floor single and double track. Make sure you go to the Falls River trail and take a short side trip to see the falls. Very pretty!! Below the falls looks like a great swimming hole on a hot day. The campsites are far enough apart to be private. The bath house is clean. We were in the middle loop which seemed to be the least busy. Verizon cell service is weak but manageable. We would stay here again for sure!
April 29, 2019 - reviewed by wishfrog
Good value If Somewhat Charmless
The good: $29 gets you a level, full-hookup site. Many pull-through sites as well. Picnic tables are in good repair and level. Sites somewhat close together and ground cover is sparse but sites are deeper than usual so if you're tenting you can get some space between you and neighboring RVs.
There's a separate pet exercise area outside the campground. We often saw dogs unleashed--that that as a positive or negative as you will.
Pet-friendly cabins also available.
Bathrooms/showers are clean, heated, and sinks have hot water.
September 27, 2017 - reviewed by RFB
Middle and South Loops have full hookup, including sewer, water and 30 or 50 amp electrical. The North Loop is older, and has only water and either 20 amp, or in a few sites 30 amp electrical. Check your proposed site before reserving. Oregon State Parks do a good job on their campgrounds, and this one is fully up to the high standard they aspire to. Much quieter than most.
June 26, 2017 - reviewed by Dinoc
This is a standard Oregon State Park campground. It does not have full hookups, only power and water. There is a pleasant walk along the Deschutes river. Most of the Oregon State parks have more to offer but this is convenient and quiet when you need to stop for the night.