1 Park near Buxton, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $8.00
This is a new Oregon Park and it's very nice. This park has lots and lots of bike trails and hiking trails -- even some horse trails. We've enjoyed walking and driving to various small towns in the area. We didn't get satallite but it could have been just our site. PHones and lap tops worked great. The sites are very nice with lots of space between them and they are huge. Very friendly hosts too. - Newbet
Jul 2015 - $31.00
I can't complain much about this state park campground. The price is slightly on the higher end than I'm used to for state parks, but you get FHU so it was a wash. The sites are spread out decently and if you stick to the inside of the Dairy Creek West loop, you'll probably get a shady spot or at least more privacy foliage between you and your neighbor. There was a fire ring and picnic table provided at each site, and they keep the sites clean and tidy between guests. Firewood bundles were $5, pretty reasonable compared to most places that sell firewood. We have to work online, so our biggest concern is Verizon LTE data coverage, and this park gets a strong signal. - Sara C.
Apr 2015 - $26.00
As usual, the Oregon Park system didn't let us down! We stayed here 3 nights while attending a molded fiberglass trailer rally. There are two loops for general camping, Dairy Creek East and Dairy Creek West. The east loop is set in a meadow and is open and sunny. The west loop is set among the evergreen trees and would have more shade in the summer but maybe be a little gloomy in the winter. The park also offers a horse camp area, rental cabins, and a group camp area. There are two reservable shelters for group potlucks and the like. Our rally group used the shelter in the Hilltop Day-use Area for a get together. This shelter is roofed but not inclosed. I believe the other shelter is enclosed and has a large fireplace, but I didn't get to see it to confirm that.
About the only negative that I can think of for this park is that we had to make our way from I-5 west through Portland to get there! - BruceandKathyWA