Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $10.00
Price reflects senior pass. If you don't need hookups or sewer dump and you like quiet forest glades, this is your park! Lovely park, well maintained. Some of the sites are a little tricky and not very level but there were a few good-sized rigs there. Mostly tent campers. Since it's not on the water, no jet skis or boat noise. Nice hiking trails. Definitely will return. We camped at Lewis & Clark State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $21.00
We stayed here for an overnight stop on our way from Seattle to Bend. Several sites were available on Friday night at 9PM. There was a ranger patrolling during our arrival which was nice to see at such a small park. Really liked the dense tree cover, the day use area seemed nice and overall this seemed to be a great no-reservation park for a quick getaway or stop-over. We camped at Lewis & Clark State Park in a Motorhome.
The RV campsite is across the road from the Lewis and Clark State Park, right next to Highway 12. There are 8 sites; some of the sites are slightly back from the road, but it's hard to get away from the constant noise of passing cars and trucks. If most of the sites are taken, backing in a trailer (especially a long one) could be a challenge, as there isn't too much room to maneuver. There's a camp host but they are not very helpful. The camp sites in the main part of the park have no hookups and are much more pleasant and quiet; they cost $19.00/ night. Unless having a sewer hookup is really important, I wouldn't recommend their full hookup site. We camped at Lewis & Clark State Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a lovely, small state park nestled among a fern and moss-filled old growth forest. In May, when the weather is cold and wet, it is a scenic, private place to be. Only part of the campsite is open at this time of year and there were only a few sites that are big enough for a 33' fifth wheel. Bigger rigs just won't fit. Most of the sites that were open do not have electricity or water, but we were able to take the "host" site, which was pretty and perfect for a short stay. Note that cell phone service is very spotty in this beautiful back road. We camped at Lewis & Clark State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful state park located in old-growth forest surrounded by farms close to the junction of I-5 and US 12. There are two campgrounds. There are 25 non-hookup sites located in the forest with lots of shade, privacy, and room in between the sites. There are 10 RV sites in an open field next to the Jackson Highway which bisects the park. We camped in the non-hookup campground. This park would have rated a ten except that the bathroom was rather far from the sites and that there was no maps for the extensive trail system in the park. It is easy to get lost! Otherwise, a fantastic campground! We camped at Lewis & Clark State Park in a Travel Trailer.