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Beautiful quiet well-kept park with very friendly hosts. Ample and fairly private campsites with good balance of sun and shade. Restrooms were immaculately maintained with soap towels and running water. Large area for dog play. Great trails and wonderful spots along the river. Very peaceful....More
This is a very beautiful park with some history. Back in the late 1800's people traveled by horse and buggy to get to this location because of the healing waters. Now the healing waters have been shut off and people use the area for camping,...More
My husband and I had a great time exploring Cascadia State Park. Our college age granddaughter had been there and recommended it for us to see and explore Oregon. The huge trees and many types of moss and ferns were beautiful and abundant. This is...More
The hike is a bit tougher than you might think, but not overly so. The stream, if full, would create pretty good falls, but in August, not so much. I would give it another try but won't make it a priority or anything.
Came her for a morning hike with the family.
Parked and walked through the campsites which seemed nice.
The trail to the Soda Creek Falls is about a mile each way. Pretty steep on the way up, but myself, my pregnant wife and two young...More
We camp one place then check out all the other camping areas for 50 miles around. We were staying at Fall Creek Reservoir and drove up to the McKenzie looking at places to hike. Most of the McKenzie is National Forest, so the camping areas...More
A lovely "natural" camp ground. No electricity, or running water in your camp site.
Dry camping at its best.
But there is water near each site and flush toilets and showers. No WiFi, and phone service good luck.
Composting toilets are near the entrance which...More
Went to this campground by accident. My lady and I had been driving for hours with our kids trying to find a place to camp on a, not supposed to be too busy, weekend.
We were met by the camp hosts, Bill and Vicki, at...More
I am still trying to get the smell of this place out of my clothes, my tent and my car. The outhouses, which are never cleaned, should be closed altogether since they have modern restrooms...which were also never cleaned for the 3 days I was...More