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Umpqua's Last Resort

33 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Idleyld Park, OR
Umpqua’s Last Resort is nestled along the North Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest. This region of the Oregon Cascade Mountains is commonly referred to as “Oregon’s Emerald-Jewel Gateway” to Crater Lake National Park. Spectacular marble river views, volcanic formations, thundering waters, and towering firs are just the beginning… the North Umpqua River is World Class! Settled in the community of Dry Creek, 27-miles east of Idleyld Park [Idle-wild Park] on the North Umpqua River, Umpqua's Last Resort hosts fifteen 50/30/20amp Full Hook-up RV Sites, Glamping Tents, Camper Cabins, a Tiny Home, RV Experiences, heated shower house & restrooms, mountain Wi-Fi, access to the North Umpqua River & Dry Creek. Umpqua’s Last Resort is a privately owned recreational vehicle park & campground located on exclusive private-property deep in the heart of the Umpqua National Forest. As a proud equal opportunity recreation provider we thank you for your interest.
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River Ranch Campground

20 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Roseburg North, OR
Nestled on the bank of the North Umpqua River. Surrounded by oak savannas with access to the North Umpqua Habitat (BLM). This secluded rustic/primitive dry camp will accommodate Tent and RV set ups as well as horse camping, fishing, swimming, kayaking, with walking access to the North Umpqua River. You can also go hiking or horseback riding on over 7000 acres of BLM land. Only 12 miles to the city of Roseburg or Sutherland. Easy access from I-5. Guest note: we rotationally graze our cattle (while the campground is open for business) in the months of February/March/April/May/and early June. Message before booking if you want to know if the cattle are on the grounds when you wish to say. They are docile yet curious but pose no threat to campers. **If you wish to bring more than one vehicle, please go to extras to purchase additional parking.
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Forested creekside campsite

1 site · RV, Tent72 acres · Grants Pass, OR
Hey there!  I'm a single dad with 2 teen-kids, medical professional, who enjoys country living and sharing it with others.  I've lived in far-Northern CA and Southern Oregon my whole life, except for school/training, so State of Jefferson is my home.  We bought this land in 2017, when it was just brush, poison oak, and a rotten bridge.   Learn more about this land:Campsite on 72 acres along beautiful Jumpoff Joe Creek.  Shaded, adjacent to romantically lighted timber-frame private covered bridge (no traffic).  Very secluded, but only 1/2 mile from I-5 (no freeway noise, though).  Private "beach" area and kid-friendly water play area with wild creatures (turkey, deer, fish, crayfish, water striders, turtles, frogs, etc.). Picnic table, tent spots, and fresh water spigot.  Short hiking trails (watch out for poison oak!).  Best for tenting, smaller RV's, tree tents, or rooftop tents.  >100 yards from nearest structure. 3 nights max except by private arrangement.    NO smoking/vaping/marijuana.  NO wood fires, but propane fire-ring is available -- bring your own propane tank or pay $5 extra to use my propane tank if available.  Good cell service from Google Fi/USCellular.  WiFi available on porch of owner's house by request. 
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Azalea Grove Getaway

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents13 acres · Azalea, OR
Ours is a Gem of a place - with forest, meadows, pond, orchard, garden, creek - perfect for pondering, wandering, writing, or resting. We are at one end of the Trans America Trail and offer EV chargers too for a small fee. Come & Enjoy! We offer a cottage, a house, as well as camping. Savor our Gorgeous & Secluded 13+ acre Sacred Forest! Meander thru our Meadows, Ponder the Pond, Gaze at the Garden, or Plunk down on the Platform by the Creek for the lazy afternoon.... This is one Special place to Rest, Replenish & Rejuvenate your Spirit & Soul. A Fantastic Photography Shoot, Writer's Retreat or Winery Tour weekend with several in the area. Fishing, Boating & Rafting nearby at Gaylesville Reservoir, Rogue & Umpqua Rivers. We Cannot accommodate Trailers at this time. Campers & Vans not to exceed 25 feet in length, or tents are welcome. Check with us first about possibly bringing your well-behaved dog, however - DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BARK & CHASE THE WILDLIFE AT ALL. You may be asked to depart if there is an issue with this. Please understand this a Wildlife Sanctuary of sorts with LOTS of resident critters including birds, fox, squirrel, skunk, turkey, deer and yes-cougar! Many species of trees on the property to wander through & identify. Come spend some time & get Grounded in the Forest!
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Tyee Farm

17 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Scottsburg, OR
Private 50 acres on the river and you can fish or swim along our .7 miles of riverfront on the Umpqua River. Multiple fishing access, drift boat ramp, canoe launch and fishing heaven with salmon, sturgeon, striped bass, steelhead, shad, and smallmouth bass. Bring you dogs, kayaks, or drift boat. Pontoon floats available for rent. 2 acres are mowed for camper enjoyment. There is a 30 Amp RV hookup, 2 110v outlets, and water at two sites in the area!
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Rolling Oaks RV

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Roseburg North, OR
Come stay on a portion of our 100 acres. Rent our 45 ft toy hauler RV or just an RV space. Two RV spots are situated together on a large private portion of land where you will be surrounded by cattle and horses. Creek runs along lower land. You are welcome to explore but please don't climb fences and make sure to keep gates closed. Verizon service can be weak sometimes. This is for those who want to get away and enjoy some peace and quiet in solitude. RV stocked with movies a couple puzzles and some games. Ask about farm fresh eggs. If the girls are laying, we would be more than happy to share. Small BBQ available. Bring your own corn hole boards, volley ball net, bikes and river toys. We have two livestock pens set up if traveling with horses. Water available. Bring your own hay. We have shared access to a private swimming hole on the Umpqua River(not on this property) less then 5 minutes away. Our land is near VA and Mercy Hospitals, Umpqua Community College, Umpqua fish ladder. Less then10 mins from down town Roseburg and DC fairgrounds. Please contact Doug for any questions, gate code and directions 541-317-0406. Long term rental can be negotiated. Barn wedding venue available here and Yurt COMING SOON! Thank you!
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River Front Retreat

14 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres · Scottsburg, OR
Escape to this majestic getaway. Feel the privacy; pitch your tent or park your RV on this large, manicured, Flat, grassy 8-acre field. A lower shelf provides 1300 feet of riverfrontage on the beautiful Umpqua River. Enjoy a campfire, river tube floating, fishing, and boating, or sit in a chair and soak in the sun while you watch the wildlife sipping your morning coffee. Easily access the river with the manicured ramp. Tidal-influenced water provides Excellent swimming holes and shallow and minimal current for the little ones playing and splashing on the beach and river rock at low tide—great kayaking SUP boards and tubes at high or low tide either way. Prime spot for fishing smallmouth Bass, Catfish, seasonal Steelhead, and Salmon or spectacular views, fishing, swimming, boating, and tube floating. Perfect for group camping and family get-togethers, this truly is private camping at its finest. Don’t forget the pets; let them enjoy all this site offers. 16 miles from the Oregon Dunes National Recreation area in the coastal town of Reedsport. Riverside Speedy Market is just 2 miles East of the property, a small grocery store for s’mores, propane, and essentials, Horse Shoe Pits, Picnic Tables, Park Style BBQ Pedestal, Tree Swings, Frisbee Golf Basket. Copy and paste this YouTube link to your browser for a flyover view of the property. You can book the entire property or 1 of the 4 Camp Sites. Select River Retreat to book the entire property. View these helpful links below. Tide table link below copy and paste to the browser: https://tidesnear.me/tide_stations/1554 The Weather Channel link below copy and paste to the browser: https://weather.com/en-MU/weather/tenday/l/7861b894506243510cd844075ac0d2a16d93354591ba8b339e5f3ee33d8069d4 https://youtu.be/CIpaQr6aW6M
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West Fork Hide-Away

1 site · Tent1 acre · Coos Bay, OR
Welcome to our small private campground nestled along the serene Millicoma River. Situated on an acre of land, you'll find yourself immersed in nature with lush trees, vibrant wildflowers, and abundant wildlife, including deer roaming freely. Bring your tent and a propane tank, and you're all set to enjoy our cozy fire pit and comfortable seating area. Gather around the fire with your loved ones, roast marshmallows, and share stories as you embrace the tranquil surroundings. For some added fun, we have a game of cornhole available for you to enjoy. Take a leisurely stroll down the driveway, and you'll discover the beauty of the Millicoma River. Whether you're an avid angler or simply looking to relax by the water's edge, you'll have the opportunity to fish in privacy and fully immerse yourself in the wonders of nature. At our campground, you can escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and embrace the peacefulness of the natural world. Experience the sights and sounds of the forest, spot wildlife in their natural habitat, and create lasting memories surrounded by the beauty of the Millicoma River.
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11 Mile River Camp

2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Umpqua, OR
Welcome to the river! This beautiful 10 acre property is located on the scenic main Umpqua River. Enjoy excellent, year-round fishing, kayaking, and swimming right from your private and secluded campsite. Our property is located between 2 boat ramps which makes kayak, canoe, or raft floats a breeze. The property features beautiful, mature trees, fun bedrock to explore, and an amazing swimming hole (in the summertime when the river level is low enough). Sit at the river’s edge and enjoy the sounds of the water. Be sure to watch for soaring Eagles, jumping fish, and the occasional mink on the opposite river's edge! There are multiple wineries nearby and lots of hiking trails within a short drive. There is no cell service at the property - please plan ahead and check local burn ban policies before you go. The "owners area" camping spot is a large, graveled, gated area that has trees between the road and parking. There is a port-a-potty for use in the summer months. There is also a fire pit on the lower level overlooking the river, a hidden tree swing, and deck with picnic table. The "site 1" camping spot has a driveway that is hard-packed grass and is not gated. There is a small fire pit on the path by the river. There are areas under the trees both up top near the road and down near the path that are suitable for tents. PLEASE NOTE: This is not a fully manicured campground. There are bushes and grasses that grow year round. We do our best to keep things trimmed and accessible. Sometimes (especially in the spring) things grow more quickly than we can get to them. Please don't expect this to be a perfectly mowed, backyard-type site.
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Laughing Mountain

4 sites · Tents10 acres · Glendale, OR
Come see us under "Laughing Mountain" on youtube! Hello friend, let me take you on a tour of our Laughing Mountain mission statement and backstory. We have discovered that Laughing Mountain is not just a physical place on a mountain top, it is also a metaphysical entity that has dreamt itself awake. The irony of the fact that the creation of Laughing Mountain, has been nothing but blood, sweat and tears, pays homage to the reality that just like us, this mountain is a work in progress, we are all slowly chipping away at the masterpiece that is our divine self awakened. Laughing Mountain is a living thing in flux as it heals and breaks and mends itself all in the name of healing to help others heal too, it is the columniation of lifetimes of trauma experienced by humanity and their desperate dreams of freedom. Dreams of something better. Dreams of awakening. Laughing Mountain is the dream of the people, it is not Bryan or Terrah’s alone, we are simply here healing with it, and you. We weren’t aware of the sentience and trauma of the land at first, only our own need for healing, and desire to help others heal in the ways we’d found healing, by creating a sacred space in nature for everyone to use. As we began this dance of chaos with the land and all things residing in it and around it, we realized the land was as spiritually sick as we were. A microcosm of planet Earth, it has been raped, pillaged and neglected, it’s future never considered, it’s native stewards murdered, all in the name of greed. After 2 years of profound breakthroughs, mind bending healing ceremonies, confusion, emotional melt downs, everything malfunctioning one after another and questioning our choice to be here, we couldn’t help but feel like we were being sabotaged by something… We were. She was trying to get our attention, as were all of the negative energies trapped here. Suddenly an epiphany struck us both, in the thick muck of a terrible physical and energetic rut, we knew we needed to heal the energy that had been left lingering here from all of the traumatic events that happened all around us for hundreds of years. Just like us, trauma was trapped inside her from other people, just like the ancestral trauma we all suffer from on planet Earth. This is when we realized the land had called us here to help it, and in turn it would help us heal too….and it has. We now know we are exactly where we are supposed to be. When you come to this living mountain, speak kindly to her, she hears you, honor the Takilma ancestors who came before us, the plants and the trees the snakes and the bees, because we are all in this together. There is no you or me, there is only us and we. You and I are one being united in our desire for balance and peace on this planet, let’s walk together and support each other on this journey back into the welcoming arms of our own divinity. A little about our land; GPS will not take you to the right place, it tries to use roads that don't exist anymore so we give coordinates for the beginning of our road. We send you coordinates, very detailed directions, troubleshooting tips, and photo maps we made. As long as you successfully used the coordinates its easy. There is no service here for the most part, mile marker 4 on the main road gets service if you need it! We have a brand new beautiful shower, outhouses that look like bird houses, a sink and picnic tables and a ceremony space. We have two new Bell Tents we are creating listings for, one 13ft with its own outhouse and tucked away from the rest of the campground in a beautiful spot and a 10ft one closer to the main camping area, which contains a sink, 2 outhouses and picnic tables. There are several camp spots for you to pitch your own tent! we never have more than 2 groups of campers at a time and no more than 4 people each. Our driveway is steep, fancy and low riding cars, electric cars, and inexperienced drivers BEWARE!! We highly recommend 4WD!!! If you have 2WD and it rains which in the summer it never does but we have had late rains this year, we can shuttle you up the driveway and lock the car behind the gate. there is also a beautiful camp spot on the creek at the bottom of the driveway if you want to camp there, you will not have ammeneties down there. We are in the mountains, the roads here are windy and narrow for a few miles, if this makes you nervous I don't recommend it. We recently became WWOOF hosts, if you’re interested in WWOOFING or helping us with any projects we can discuss additional free nights! I need help creating a garden, planting trees, creating soil, artist for painting/murals, composting, nature art, creating beautiful camp sites, medicine making, all of the infrastructure needs replaced from solar to pluming and we’re building a tiny house eventually too so there’s something to learn for everyone! FYI there are small pockets of poison oak here but I keep the sites and trails as clear as I can. Please let us know if you’re interested in plant ID walks, Mushroom ID, medicine making, gold prospecting, boat rides or fishing. We prefer you don't pay ahead of time for extras incase we're unavailable for some reason, you can paypal us or bring cash. Our Creation Story; Our part of this living dream began long ago before either of us were born, in the cries of our ancestors, their fear and suffering imprinted into their DNA and passed down for centuries. These mementoes of trauma left to awaken in us as mental illness, autism, and addiction. This dream for us both, began as a nightmare we called life and it would be a long dark road before we found our light. Sometimes beauty is born of ugly. Bryan and I are the male and female aspects of the same suffering, each choice for freedom from our suffering bringing our paths closer to alignment. We both experienced trauma induced severe physical mystery illnesses around the same time as well, which only drove us deeper into our healing journeys. It all started with a prison break. From lands and people that did not support our freedom of spirit or growth of that spirit, far across the country from this very different world we now live in. Oregon and California feel like another country to me. The freedom of creative self expression as I drove through the southwest and bummed around on Cali beaches was life changing, healing and inspiring. The universe smiled upon us both as we would escape to the same place around the same time, with the same dream of helping the world heal. With nothing but a dream of mending our own broken hearts, no money, no jobs, no place to go to, just utilizing our WWOOF work trading accounts to act as a compass for the universe to create the miracle that was our eventual meeting in the sleepy NorCal beach town of Crescent City California. This dream is still in its infancy, a 2.5 year old toddler wild and free, testing its limits and falling on its face…a lot. We’ve spent the entirety of our time here navigating our relationships to ourselves, each other, our neighbors, our dream for this land and the land itself. It’s been a clumsy walk and we only now are finding our equilibrium and beginning to find a balanced pace here. Living off grid is very difficult to those who don’t know! Light switches do not always turn on at the flip of the switch or toilets flush, you actually have to build infrastructures yourself and maintain them, you are the power company, water and gas. There is no garbage collection either so we ask that you put thought into what you bring here, let’s lay down our disposable lifestyle and be mindful of Mother Nature and the need to be responsible for our waste. Only when you remove yourself from the convenience of modern life do you truly grasp how distant we have become from our origins, how stressed and careless. We rarely think about our impact on the world around us. We desire to share this place with people so they too can awaken to the myriad of responsibilities we have forsaken and the people and land and animals and insects we harm in our wake, and also the love we can give and receive from the living land all around us. We are only working toward this, we still use gasoline, phones, plastic, but we are aware of its unsustainable nature and are moving in the direction of sustainability and regeneration. We hope that while you are here walking our many trails through the forest that it awakens you and inspires you to join us on this journey and make change in the world, but first you must make change in your mind and heart, and that starts with healing your trauma. We offer this space to all who come here because we believe healing should not be a capitalist commodity. We have dedicated our lives, money, time and sometimes sanity to this cause and we are grateful to anyone who would like to volunteer on any of our many projects! The end goal for Laughing Mountain is for it to be a thriving sanctuary for all natural and spiritual/energetic modalities of healing for the public long after we are gone, this is not just for us, it is for you too, your children and grandchildren!
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Riverfront RV Campground

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Scottsburg, OR
Have an all-to-yourself! 600 ft. riverfront property 16 miles from the Oregon dunes with beautiful views of the Umpqua river and forested mountains! Activities for everyone including swimming, fishing, hiking, boating (we have a kayak and canoe onsite), or just relax on the double swing chair and hammock that overlook the river. Please note, due to construction of the Scottsburg Bridge, there’s construction noise on weekdays. Due to the the adjacent highway there is traffic noise. $85/nite per RV (there are 2 spaces); 6 people per RV max. Fire bans begin during seasonal dry times, typically beginning end of June through November. Pets welcome, toilets, showers, kitchen, picnic tables, laundry, and trash bins on site. We look forward to seeing you soon! Guests love staying with us: "Cheryl was an excellent host. Gracious and very welcoming to a well maintained and incredible property. Talk about an ideal place of beauty and relaxation, we had a fantastic time un-winding in this private slice of Mother Nature Oregon style. The views and wildlife were incredible as were the amenities - much more than expected. Tons of space to play and enjoy. Thank you both for sharing this Oregon Gem, we truly had an amazing time. Lots to take in, lots to do or not to do. Highly recommend, one of the best camping trips we have had. Definitely coming back."
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Royal Heart Hill

2 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · Cottage Grove, OR
**It is required that you read the FULL site description and rules before booking so you know what to expect and what is expected of you! Please do not book if you are not willing to respect this request and our standard operating procedures!** SITE DESCRIPTION: -The private and peaceful 'Royal-Heart Hill' property consists of - Oak Savanna, mixed conifer woodland, meadow, undulating hills and small pond. *UPDATE: The timber acreage that borders our property- to the west and north of Overholser Road- was just harvested as of winter 2024. Thus, we no longer have that 'deep in the forest' type-feel, but it did open up some westward/sunset views. -All campsites are a short walk away from a SMALL pond (no swimming), and epic sunset views from the meadow! -All guests have access to the outdoor shower, which is located by the green Dome. Please use biodegradable soap in the shower! -Royal Heart Hill is in the Heart of Royal, Oregon (Cottage Grove proper) at the very end of a Dead-End road, which means no sound or light pollution from passing cars or nearby residences. Surrounded by BLM and Timber properties (please be aware of clearly marked private property/no trespassing signs at the end of the public road), while still being just under 6 miles outside of downtown Cottage Grove-the town of Covered-Bridges- with many options for shopping, dining, breweries and live music! Cottage Grove has nearby access to wineries and two large lakes (Cottage Grove and Dorena) with swimming, boating, fishing, as well as hiking and biking trails. We are 35 minutes/27 miles from Eugene. *CAUTION! Poison oak is present! Please know how to identify, or ask and I will show you. I have done my best to clear it from main camping areas and trails. Tecnu is provided in the outdoor shower. -The property hosts a geodesic play-dome and slack-line (during the dry months) up by the green dome/outdoor shower. Guests may play on these at their own risk and accept liability for any potential or incurred injuries- the closest hospital is 7miles/15minutes away. RULES: -LEAVE NO TRACE! Please check the site for micro-garbage before leaving. We provide buckets for FOOD compost, DEPOSIT recycling (bottles/cans), which you may leave, as well as a trash bucket/bag, which you must take with you. *Please be mindful of what you put in the compost bucket! This site considers compost as- food scraps (no stickers- please remove produce stickers and place in trash), egg shells, tissue paper, coffee grounds and paper filters, tea bags (no staples- please remove staples and place in trash). What we do not consider compost- glossy paper such as paper plates, food wrappers, plastic, and anything that was not mentioned above as compost. If you are unsure if something is compostable, please ask! *Leave no trace also means leave the campsite as you found it, i.e.- if you move camp furniture, rocks, etc., move them back before you leave. -COMPOSTING TOILETS There is a composting toilet at each site as well as one by the outdoor shower. PLEASE, poop only! Urinate outside and throw TP in trash or composting barrel (around back of toilet). If one feels uncomfortable urinating outside they may use the toilet by the shower, which is the only toilet with a urine diverter. *Before use: Make sure bucket is lined with sawdust. After use: Cover waste with sawdust and dump bucket in the composting barrel around back. Replace bucket and line with sawdust. Be Courteous! -For humanure to break down properly, urine and feces must be kept separate. This is because the urea present in urine degrades into ammonia and kills the microbes that would otherwise break down the waste. -CAMPFIRES *ONLY fire-wood and starter may go into the fire- no trash, cigarette butts, food scraps/compost, etc.! Please dispose of these things in provided buckets. All fire MUST be contained to fire-pits, with the exception of gas camping stoves/burners - no tiki torches, etc! Fire-wood and starter is provided, but the wood is not split and is stored outside (you may wish to bring your own wood to start fires if the weather has been wet). -CONDUCT Check out PROMPTLY at 2PM. Be respectful and courteous of others- there are two campsites on the hill, so you may not be alone during your stay. My partner and I also live on-site in the Dome. We don't have "quiet hours", but please be respectful and aware that campers usually come here for some peace and quiet. No HARD drug use and absolutely no illegal activity of any kind or you will be asked to leave immediately with no refund. CAMP SITE DESCRIPTIONS- The 'Platform' site: has a large fire pit, composting toilet (for #2 only), potable water via hose, and electric via extension cord. It is a short distance from our outdoor shower, and is accessible with 4WD during the rainy season and 2WD during the dry season (the site is not accessible with a camper/trailer). From this site one can see the top of the monolithic Dome-Home, which makes it a little less private. **If camping with a vehicle that cannot take the steep road to the site, one can park on our gravel driveway (or at the top of the hill) and walk down via steps or road.** The 'Tent/Trailer' site: is our more secluded/private site and is available amongst our Madrone and Chinquapin tree zone. The road to this site is flat and accessible by car/camper/small trailer. There is a turn-around (somewhat tight), but trailers larger than 17ft may have difficulty using it. There are many level spaces to park or pitch a tent. Hipcampers have access to electric via extension cord, a small cooking-fire-pit and composting toilet (#2 only); however, potable water, and outdoor shower are all located by the Dome, which hipcampers will have to walk (short distance) or drive to. There is currently an old (being renovated) trailer on site (out of the way), which is off-limits to hipcampers. PS: Although the clearcut is an eye-sore, it is an example of what the logging industry does to our forests here in Oregon. I hope this will not put a damper on your camping experience, but it is unfortunately out of my control... On Royal-Heart Hill, we do our best to mitigate any negative impact on the forest with our practices of sustainable thinning, native habitat restoration and permaculture. If you have any questions about our forest management practices- please ask!
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