This is a quiet campground in a beautiful, garden-like setting. The staff is super friendly and helpful. If this campground has any drawbacks, it is the outdated bathrooms and showers. They are just too old and too small to handle the number of people camping here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice little park with about 8 full hookups and a bunch of water only and tent sites. Friendly, accommodating, on site owners. Lush and tranquil, close to town and river, but out of the wind and fog. Acceptable wi-fi and cable TV. Good showers, no laundry but a good laundromat in town. Definitely not a parking lot experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here one night just to check it out and see if we liked it or not. We had a very nice time; there was not alot of campers; maybe it had to do with time we were there. Owner is very nice and gave us a lot if info on where and what to do. There is a small creek next to campground which you can walk down to. We saw two deer in camp. You can buy a small box of fire wood from $6 to $8. Only bad thing is there is a charge for each additional guests (first two free) and there is an additional charge for each pet per day. Other than that it's a great little spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camping like i did as a kid. No chrome or glass, just trees, streams, rivers, and friendly people. Camp fires and marshmallows and room for the kids to run and play. Great managers of which you hardly ever see. Close to town and jet boat trips up the river. Will be back as soon as possible. We camped here in a Motorhome.
More rustic, outdoorsy type campground. Very green and beautiful but everything in Oregon seems to be that way. Management friendly but you didn't see them much. Although I guess we didn't need to. Was not an upscale, fancy park but we will return because of its proximity to the ocean and to the Rogue River. This is what camping when we were young was all about. We camped here in a Motorhome.