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Rogue-River Siskiyou National Forest

Rogue-River Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon

The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is made up of 1.8 million acres and spans from the Western Cascades to the Siskiyou Mountains. With somewhere between 60 to 100 inches of rain per year this Read more...
The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is made up of 1.8 million acres and spans from the Western Cascades to the Siskiyou Mountains. With somewhere between 60 to 100 inches of rain per year this escape is filled with a diversity of green and a lone Rogue River. Port Orford Cedar and Douglas fir practically litter the mountainous, and meadow landscapes. Lakes and streams (200 miles of them) aren’t too uncommon, and the forest boasts the tallest Pine tree in the World (we’re not kidding folks). The Ponderosa Pine stands at 268.35ft, which is a little bit taller than your average industrial wind turbine.
Ludlum Campground
With mega hiking and fishing opportunities, Ludlum Campground is for anyone that craves variety in...
Ludlum House Group Site
Ludlum House is a two-story, minimally furnished house that’s ideal for large groups up to 30 people....
Nook Bar Campground
Named for it’s location near Nook Creek along the Chetco River, Nook Bar Campground is a prime spot...
Redwood Bar Dispersed Camping
Near the banks of the Chetco River, Redwood Bar Dispersed Campground offers recreational opportunities...
South Fork Camps Campground
A dispersed camping site for tents and small trailers, South Forks Camps Campground contains more...
Miller Bar Campground
Located near a large bar along the Chetco River, Miller Bar Campground lets visitors create tent...
Josephine Campground
Josephine Campground is a rustic camp set above Josephine Creek and the Illinois River. It’s got six...
Little Falls Campground
A nice retreat for friends or the fam, Little Falls Campground has just three tent campsites with...
Store Gulch Campground
Alex
Alex: Don't miss out on swimming in Store gultch, which features a HUGE jumping rock and beautiful sandy...
River Bench Campground
A hike-in camp, River Bench Campground is located on a river terrace under with forest shade. You...
Sixmile Campground
Melissa
Melissa: The drive into sixmile campground was scenic and peaceful. Approximately 8 miles from town, the road...
Briggs Creek Campground
Named for packer George E. Briggs, who slung supplies for early miners in the area, Briggs Creek...
Spalding Pond Campground
A primitive camp (meaning you gotta bring water, take your trash elsewhere and wee in the woods),...
Bolan Lake Campground
Alex
Alex: The road turns into gravel miles before the campsite. Be ready for any sorts of road conditions, as...
Grayback Campground
With a one-mile loop trail and swimming opportunities, check out darling Grayback Campground. There...
Chinquapin Group Campground
With facilities to accommodate up to 75 people, Chinquapin Group Campground is the bee’s knees for...
Cave Creek Campground
Just a short trip from Oregon Caves National Monument, Cave Creek Campground is fully legal with its...
Secret Creek Campground
So long as you pinky swear not to tell too many people, we’ll tell you that Secret Creek Campground...
Sam Brown Campground
Legend has it that Sam Brown was one of the first African-American men to settle in southern Oregon...
Sam Brown Horse Campground
A horse campground is a horse campground, of course! So bring your mane (wo)man, and take to the...
Oak Flat Campground
Set along the Illinois River, Oak Flat Campground gives guests a chance to get totally tubular and...
Quosatana Campground
Rogue River represent! Quostana Campground features 43 campsites with fire pits and picnic tables....
Lobster Creek Campground
Lobster Creek Campground makes an idyllic spot for boating and fishing with its large gravel bar, but...
Carberry Campground
Fall asleep to the tinkling of water over rocks with your tent pitched next to the petite Cougar...
Foster Bar Campground
History buff, are ya? You may enjoy setting up camp on the historic Foster Bar Campground, site of the...
Watkins Campground
A lakeside resort gone crunchy is what you’ll find at Watkins Campground. These five first-come,...
Hart-tish Campground
Talk about a room (or tent) with a view: camp at Hart-tish and you’ll be rewarded with uninterrupted...
Tipsu Tyee Campground
The best things in life aren’t easy, and Tipsu Tyee Campground is no exception. Hike 1. 25 miles in or...
Harr Point Campground
Got a boat, or two legs that won’t mind a workout? Then Harr Point Campground is the place for you....
Jackson Campground
Jackson Campground could be the perfect place to intro yourself to camp life! In addition to being...
Rock Creek Campground
You’ll have a rock-ing good time at Rock Creek Campground (see what we did there?), situated on the...
Island Campground
We’re just gonna put this out there--Island Campground is in the middle of the forest, not a body of...
Laird Lake Campground
Ahoy, a nearby lake, and not just any lake--it’s one of the few in the area, so you’re a lucky duck!...
Sru Lake Campground
Camp here and you’ll have a two-acre lake right in your backyard. Pretty tempting, right? Sru Lake is...
Beaver-Sulphur Group Campground
Sometimes finding a campground that can fit your whole gang can be harder than getting a pass to Half...
Squaw Lakes Campground
Eat your hearts out, mountain men. Squaw Lakes Campground’s 17 walk-in sites (150 feet to one mile) ...
Daphne Grove Campground
Six dollas make ya holla at Daphne Grove Campground! That’s right, this primo spot costs the same or...
Sunshine Bar Campground
Even typical grumps take on a sunny disposition at Sunshine Bar Campground, thanks to its prime...
Butler Bar Campground
You name it, Butler Campground is here to serve you. Drinking water, toilets, and activities galore...
Buck Creek Campground
Hike, bike or drive around the wilderness surrounding Buck Creek Campground to take in all its natural...
Myrtle Grove Campground
Get in the groove at Myrtle Grove Campground, a prime spot next to the South Fork of the Coquille...
Eden Valley Campground
You know the Garden of Eden, but do you know the Valley of Eden? Eden Valley Campground has everything...
Wrangle Campground
Conservation Corps of yesteryear, we commend you. At Wrangle Campground, you’ll find five basic...
Beaver Dam Campground
Leave it to Beaver Dam Campground to give you some quality time with Mother Nature. This small...
Daley Creek Campground
Located right where Beaver Dam and Daley Creek meet, Daley Creek Campground has six campsites (3 tent,...
Willow Prairie Horse Campground
Across from a beautiful meadow, you’ll find Willow Prairie Horse Campground, whose 10 equestrian sites...
Whiskey Springs Campground
No, you won’t find any potent potables to make a cocktail with near Whiskey Springs Campground, but...
North Fork Campground
If you need some digital detox, remote North Fork Campground should help you disconnect. Nestled in...
Fourbit Ford Campground
Sleepy and secluded, Fourbit Ford Campground is a picturesque site just a short jaunt from Willow and...
Union Creek Campground
Ann Marie
Ann Marie: The family was split about this one. I thought it quite lovely. Our spot backed up to Union Creek and...
Doe Point Campground
Break out your bucket hat ‘cause Doe Point Campground sits on the northern shore of the aptly named...
River Bridge Campground
With generous site spacing, River Bridge Campground offers 11 campsites with picnic tables, fire pits...
Parker Meadows Campground
Right off Parker Creek, Parker Meadows Campground boasts eight campsites (3 tent, 5 trailer) with...
Mill Creek Campground
If you’ve been looking for a spot to fish with your best canine pal, Mill Creek Campground welcomes...
South Fork Campground
Is hiking old hat for you, or would you still consider yourself a newbie? No matter your skill level,...
Jim Creek Group Campground
Nestled beneath the spiky green needles of an old growth Douglas Fir forest, you’ll find Jim Creek...
Abbott Creek Campground
Being up the creek isn’t always a bad thing. Scenic Abbott Creek Campground has 25 campsites and you...
Imnaha Campground
Imnhaha Campground offers just four tent sites, but comes equipped with drinking water and vault...
Natural Bridge Campground
A camp along the Upper Rogue River, Natural Bridge Campground offers 17 campsites with fire pits,...
Farewell Bend Campground
Ann Marie
Ann Marie: My family loved his campground. The sites were spacious and divided by trees and brush so they were...
Huckleberry Mountain Campground
You may not run into a well-mannered blue dog with a Southern drawl, but you can actually pick berries...
Hamaker Campground
Life at sea level may be easier, breezier and more beautiful than Cover Girl when you spend a few days...
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Orchard Meadow Camp
Jay
Jay: The meadow camps are situated in the nooks along the edge of the huge meadow under tall trees so...
Illinois River open Tent or Van
Kate
Kate: Had a great experience here camping under the stars. A much needed time to unwind and appreciate the...
Jedediah Smith Redwoods Campground
Beth
Beth: Easily one of my favorite sites on a cross country trip from New York to Los Angeles. The river was...
Morning Meadow Camp
Andy
Andy: Otter Space was a really amazing place to stay, with Campsites, a yurt, teepee and a couple cottages....
Deer Meadow Camp
Peter
Peter: Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River...
Best Friends Farms
Momo
Momo: I had a great stay here! The landscape is breathtaking and the sunset is beautiful. Though I didn't...
Lone Mountain Back-in RV Sites
Glenn
Glenn: Our beautiful RV, Cabin, Camp, & Tipi Resort has so much to offer, from the beautiful scenery to...
Sis Q Ranch Tent Camping
Evan
Evan: Tom and Jan Ball are absolutely amazing and friendly hosts! Going to Sis Q is like going home. All the...
Blackberry Grove- Green's Acres
Brooke
Brooke: The blackberry grove is peaceful and suffused with both sunshine and shade. The road is a private...
Lone Mountain Tipi Campground
Kim
Kim : We entered Lone Mountain Tipi Campground and checked in with Debbie at the office. She handed us some...
Maple Riverview
Meghan
Meghan: Otter Space is a fantastic place to camp. Getting there is a little difficult, since you basically...
Blue Cottage
Jay
Jay: These cottages are awesome! The cottages are very spacious and both have a loft area and multiple...
Spirit Weavers Soul Pad
Michelle
Michelle: Our family's stay here was nothing short of magical. Our tent was spacious enough to fit a family of...
Harris Beach Campground
Lori
Lori: If you don't like the noise of children on a playground, avoid the camp sites that surround the...
Mt. Shasta Ceremonial site
Clayton
Clayton: As other reviews have mentioned: This site does not have facilities. But for those that want to get...
Gold Bluffs Beach Campground
Monica
Monica: One of my absolute favorite campsites. Not mentioned here are the wild elk roaming around the campsite...
Pumpkin Cottage
Peter
Peter: Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River...
Pepperwood Riverview
Peter
Peter: Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River...
Elk Prairie Campground
Nick
Nick: There are few campsites adjacent to the fields where the Elk graze, but the most beautiful sites are...
Riverside Camp on the Illinois
Matthew
Matthew: The riverside camp is very cool. A great little setup and has plenty of room along the shoreline....