We have 3 beautiful sites for Tents or small RV's. Each site has water, power, fire pit and picnic table. 7 & 14 have gravel for parking and a grassy area, site 17 is all grass. We also have larger RV sites with hook ups for an additional fee depending on RV Size and site availability. There is a bathroom house centrally located in the middle of the park. We offer flushing t
We have 3 beautiful sites for Tents or small RV's. Each site has water, power, fire pit and picnic table. 7 & 14 have gravel for parking and a grassy area, site 17 is all grass. We also have larger RV sites with hook ups for an additional fee depending on RV Size and site availability. There is a bathroom house centrally located in the middle of the park. We offer flushing toilets and hot and cold running water in the bathroom house. The North Umpqua River is located directly across the street with access just across the road. We have a swimming hole shaded in the trees. Each site accomodates ONE tent up to 15x20' or a small RV, camper van or truck camper. If you have an RV larger than a small van or you use a pick up truck to pull your RV we have several types of larger RV sites available for an additional fee, please message us to see what is available. We also have plug ins for EV's, please bring your cord and let us know ahead of time.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Peaceful Camping in Oregon.
Umpqua Hot Springs are 12 miles away, we can give you exact directions
River, stream, or creek
We have a creek on property or you can cross the road to the river with a small private beach
The vibe at Peaceful Camping
Places to see near Umpqua's Last Resort
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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! :)
Great place to stay if trying to get to the Hot Springs. Very knowledgeable staff that’s very eager to help with stay and give suggestions for adventures. Very tidy campsite, everything is fairly in the open so not a ton of trees for privacy.
This place doesn't have enough restrooms, showers, privacy, parking, etc. Our stay was less than pleasant as our site didn't match the one that we originally booked. Instead an "emergency site" was made up because of the crowd so we put our camp up in a field next to a huge group of people. No privacy, no picnic table, no fire pit, just a patch of grass to put your tent on. We arrived at 8:30 PM well before dark and nobody was in the office. I would suggest you stay at one of the national forest sites along the road near by. Not only are the sites closer to the Umpua but there is privacy and clear standards that are met. When I messaged the host he was anything but apologetic and certainly didn't take any responsibility for an unpleasant stay.
Tent camping between RVs. Friendly host and very convenient location for the hot springs and falls, but certainly not a memorably rustic or nature-oriented night. Overall worked well.
Safe and clean
Close to Crater Lake and many waterfalls. A safe and clean place to camp. Great for first-time tent campers who want to be in nature but not feel alone or too remote. Very nice staff. I felt safe and got a fantastic night's rest with my pup.
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!