Conviently located off hwy 6 where Beaver Creek and Gales Creek meet is Camp Kevron. Here on the shady banks under tall old growth trees you can relax with your friends and family and enjoy nature. You can spend your day by the water in the sparkling swimmimg hole or sport fishing. (catch and release only) There is firewood available for purchase. Here you get it all,
Conviently located off hwy 6 where Beaver Creek and Gales Creek meet is Camp Kevron. Here on the shady banks under tall old growth trees you can relax with your friends and family and enjoy nature. You can spend your day by the water in the sparkling swimmimg hole or sport fishing. (catch and release only) There is firewood available for purchase. Here you get it all, only 30 minutes from beaverton. Book your site today and get ready for a relaxing weekend.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camp Kevron in Oregon.
The vibe at Camp Kevron
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Great views and great host!
Great property, nice peaceful location. We parked our camper van overlooking the nice creek and it was such a beautiful view to wake up to! Kevin was very welcoming and warm, made us feel comfortable and at home. Wish we could have stayed longer to do a fire at the community fire pit! Would definitely recommend!
Perfect 4 u, but not 4 every1
Kevin was great! I'm writing this review to let others know this is a great site and host if you know what to expect.
Kevin, the host, and his wonderful daughter (our tour guide) were perfect. Respectable and welcoming.
To get to the site, you will drive through a personal area with campers, fires, and furniture.
The sites are HUGE! Tons of space, access to the creek, available firewood. Can't hear any camping neighbors, and we can be as loud as we want (local dog starts barking at sunset for about an hour)
Porta-John available, but we opted for the 'woods'.
This is a great space, and worked well for our family of 5 (Wife, 7,4,2yrs). Safe and large.
Just go in knowing, you are 30ft from a very busy highway. Traffic slowed down after 10p and kicks up at 8am.
Great place to stop on the way to the coast, or a quick break from of PDX.
There's a bar/brewery/wine/restaurant walking distance. We didn't try it, but will next time.
Had a great time
My family and I had a great time playing in the water right next to camp. Kevin was great to deal with and very friendly, the campsites are a work in progress but was a great place to stay
Amazing swimming hole, if you can get past a couple bummers. So to start I want to say I think we may have been the first hip campers at this location. We were in sites 3 and 4 down the road at the end. We had plenty of space and felt that combined could serve as a great group site. The fire pit was huge overlooking the creek at a point that was perfect for our 6 and 10 year olds to play. A trail the end leads to one of the best swimming holes I have ever found. Cool slow water that is easily 10 feet deep, and the length of a pool. Now for the some things that were not awesome. We were right next to highway 6. It’s busy and the road noise during the day was constant and at night more often than I would like. If my kids were younger it would have been a deal breaker. The second thing that, again as a family camping, wasn’t awesome was some unkept buildings on our way in. There was a Porto potty behind the buildings for our use. That said, this was all a short walk down the road which was very separate from this space. Another Porto potty by sites 3&4 would be an amazing addition. Would be a great spot for late night friends to gather and soak by the water for a few days.
Rough around the edges
There was a mix up when we areived because the host didn't know we were bringing an RV. He was quick to change plans and provide a plaxe that would work.
The site is next to a beautiful creek, but visitors should be aware of a few important things. The place is right along Hwy 6. All sites are less than 100 feet from the road, so the road noise will overwhelm the sounds of the creek. The port-a-poty was unusable (old and needed service). We didn't come prepared to use the facilities in our trailer so we had nothing. Nearby campers played loud music until midnight or so. There are a few permanent residents in trailers at the property, but we hardly saw them. The host is very friendly, but we won't be back and can't recommend.
My family and friends reserved site one to celebrate my sons 4th birthday. When we arrived there was a trash can knocked over and trash all over the site. We had to clean before we even could set up tent. The policy says no dogs but there was a huge party with 20 dogs running loose through our campsite. I absolutely love dogs, I have some of my own but not ones the owners are not responsible of. We payed money to stay and we not respected. As we all went to go to bed there was a grown man with his four year old daughter, as she was screaming bloody murder he was slapping her in the face. The host did not call the police. It’s not a safe environment for children or families.