We have several stunning spots for Tents and RV's. There is our bathroom house centrally located in the center of the park. We offer flushing toilets and hot and cold running water in the bathroom house. The Noth Umpqua River is located directly across the street with access just across the road. We have a swimming hole shaded in the trees. The spaces on the map are tent sites,Continue reading...
We have several stunning spots for Tents and RV's. There is our bathroom house centrally located in the center of the park. We offer flushing toilets and hot and cold running water in the bathroom house. The Noth Umpqua River is located directly across the street with access just across the road. We have a swimming hole shaded in the trees. The spaces on the map are tent sites, it you have an RV we will place you a site with hook ups. EV Charging for all Electric cars is available! 30 & 50 amp plug ins.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Umpqua's Last Resort is a great place to stay in the middle of the amazing Umpqua National Forest. Umpqua's Last Resort is the only privately owned camping spot in the forest and has spots for tents, campervans, RV's, and has several cabins and tiny houses - basically fits everyone's needs. About 15 minutes from many different waterfalls and the Umpqua Hot Springs. Each site has electricity, and the bathrooms have wonderful, hot showers. A great place to stay while you explore all that the Umpqua National Forest has to offer.
Though I typically prefer more secluded camping, I can see this being a great option for so many types of campers who are looking for access to amenities like clean showers and bathrooms, hookups, garbage disposal and more. The campground was a little less private than I was expecting, make sure to look through all of the photos! This is a local private owned and operated campground.
The camp host was so nice, and you can buy firewood there in addition to pamphlets of local waterfalls and other things to see in the area. There is WIFI for $5 and it works best (or, only works) on the deck of the check-in office.
If you prefer amenities over more rustic camping, or all of the public campgrounds are booked (they were when I drove through!) This is a great option. You should be spending all of your time outside the campground exploring waterfalls and hot springs and this is a great home base at a great price! :)
This is a great little RV/Campsite park! Amazingly clean, quiet and peaceful. The folks who work there know the area quite well and are full of recommendations.
There is zero cell service for miles though, but an awesome little corner store really close if you need to pick up any last minute things!
The campsites themselves are sectioned off well, though if its crowded you will be possibly crossing tent lines. We couldnt have asked for more!
Great location near lots of fun hiking trails in Umpque National Forest and Crater Lake National Park. Bathrooms were clean and showers were great. The hipcamp area was nice with a shared picnic table and fire pit. A couple guests complained there was no grate for the fire pit for cooking food. Overall great site. I would definitely stay here again.
This is a quaint little spot. This place is very much about the location & the hosts! There is a lot to love from the views to the landscaping with herbs & fruit trees. The staff was very friendly, they greeted us outside every time we walked up, paid us a visit to check up on us a few times & were very helpful with suggestions, info & directions because we had no cell service. There is also a store right next door which was very convient.
On the down side. This place was PACKED, they stack people on top of each other and are sure to use every place they can for a site. I was under the impression there were 4 tent camp site's given the small parking area, 4 pads, 2 picnic tables & 1 communal fire pit. However they had 8 one night. Not that they were right on top of us but I just felt like I paid $22 for a patch of grass like someone's back yard. That many people left parking tight and we were blocked in every night. They could also really use to re-level the tent pads.
If they had more parking, better tent pads, picnic tables & fire pits (with cooking grates) for all tent sights I'd be much happier with what I paid for when there are 5+ national camp grounds near by where I'd get all those amenities for less or close to.
All in all we still had a wonderdul time!!
This was a wonderful location for a day trip to Crater Lake and for exploring the waterfalls and the hot springs. Everyone there is wonderful and made the experience a once in a lifetime for my friends and me.