Elevation 1500 feet. Campground has 10 sites and a group shelter. Swimming in the Nestucca River. Nearby access to the Siuslaw National Forest. A number of area roads are good for mountain biking. This is a primitive Bureau of Land Management campground that is part of the Nestucca Recreation Area. Campground is literally on the side of a hill that eventually makes its way down to the Nestucca River below. There is river access for swimming and what not, but unless you snag the one campground that has this access, you are unlikely to get a chance at using it from Dovre. The bathrooms, permanent outhouse structures, were clean, and stocked with toilet paper. Sites are very small, you'll be hard pressed to get anything much bigger than a Truck and Slide-in Camper into these sites. Major detractors to this campground are the lack of water access, and the fact that Dovre seems to be more the "Party" Campground of the several BLM campgrounds in the area. Alder Glen and Fan Creek, just down the road from Dovre are flatter campgrounds, and seemed to be somewhat nicer layouts, plus having far more universal access to campers to the river than Dovre on its high hill. We camped here in a Truck Camper.