Cascadia County Park
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Located at the confluence of Soda Creek and the South Santiam River, Cascadia County Park has a rich native American and pioneer history, set within the lush confines of western Oregon's beautiful rain-forest.

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Clear Lake Resort
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The ultimate four-season vacation destination!

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Crawfordsville Covered Bridge Wayside
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Picturesque Cover Bridge on the Calapooia River

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Edgewater County Park and Marina
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RV Park & Marina with many modern conveniences!

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Freeway Lakes
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Converted fill material sites during the development of I-5.

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John Neal Memorial County Park
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Trails, rafting, floating, fishing, and more!

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Lewis Creek County Park
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Ideal water sports hot spot all Summer long!

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Lyons-Mehama Boat Ramp
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Simple and utilitarian fishing and boating use.

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McCartney Boat Ramp
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McCartney County Park provides boating access to the Willamette River..

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McKercher
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Prime swimming and picnic country on the Calapooia River!

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Peoria Boat Ramp
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Located on the east bank of the Willamette River, Peoria County Park offer river access and picnicking.

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Quartzville Group Camp
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Beautiful site on Quartzville Creek near Green Peter Reservoir

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Thistle Creek County Boat Ramp
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Clean boat ramp providing access to Green Peter Reservoir. Thistle Creek Boat Ramp is open when water levels are above 922'. Winter debris may cause obstacles in the water. Launch at your own risk.

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USFS Detroit District – Whispering Falls Campground

Whispering Falls Campground is located along State Highway 22, approximately 8.2 miles southeast of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 2,000 feet. It is a 15-acre site, on the North Santiam River. The main travel surfaces within the campground are paved and gravel.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Big Meadows Horse Camp

Located 23 miles south from Idanha, Oregon, at an elevation of 3,600 feet off of Big Meadows Road (Forest Service Road 2267).

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Breitenbush Campground

Located nearly 10 miles east of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 2,100 feet. There are 29 camp sites available for which 18 are reservable.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Cleator Bend Group Campground

Located approximately 9 mils east of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 2,200 feet. Visitors can reach the site from Detroit by traveling north on state highway OR-22 before turning right (northeast onto Breitenbush Road. After approximately 9 miles the turnoff for the campground will be on the right (south) side of the road.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Cove Creek Campground, Group Camp, and Day Use

Cove Creek Campground, Group Camp, and Day Use site is located along Blowout Road (Forest Service Road #10) approximately 6.2 miles south of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 1,600 feet. It is a 45-acre site adjacent to Detroit Lake; The main travel surfaces within the campground are paved.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Fox Creek Group Camp

Fox Creek Group Campground is located along Breitenbush Road (Forest Service Road #46) approximately 6.3 miles orth of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 2,000 feet.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Hoover Campground, Group Camp, and Day Use

Hoover Campground is located along Blowout Road (Forest Service Road #10) approximately 3.7 miles east of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 1,600 feet. It is a 25-acre site adjacent to detroit Lake on the North Santiam River. The main travel surfaces within the campground are paved.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Humbug Campground

Located approximately 5 miles northeast of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 1,800 feelt. Visitors can reach the site from Detroit by traveling north on state highway OR-22 before turning right (northeast) onto Breitenbush Road. After approximately 5 miles turnoff for the campground will be on the right (south) side of the road.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Marion Forks Campground

Marion Forks Campground is adjacent to the Marion Forks Fish Hatchery and Marion Creek off of State Highway 22. It is less than one mile south of Marion Forks, Oregon, and about 16 miles southeast from Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 2,500 feet.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Riverside Campground

Riverside Campground is located along State Highway 22, approximately 14 miles southeast of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 2,400 feet. It is a 15-acre site on the North Santiam River. The main travel surfaces within the campground are paved and gravel.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Santiam Flats Campground

Santiam Flats Campground is located along State Highway 22, approximately 2.5 miles east of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 1,600 feet. It is a 25-acre site, adjacent to Detroit lake on the North Santiam River. However, this campground does not have a boat launch. The main travel surface within the campground is gravel.

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USFS Detroit Ranger District – Southshore Campground and Day Use

Southshore Campground is located along Blowout Road (Forest Service Road #10) approximately 7 miles south of Detroit, Oregon, at an elevation of 1,600 feet. It is a 15-acre site, adjacent to Detroit Lake. The main travel surfaces within the campground are paved.

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USFS McKenzie River Ranger District – Big Lake Campground and Day Use

Big Lake Campground is located on the shore of Big Lake only 30 miles east of McKenzie Bridge off of Highway 126 at an elevation of 4,600 feet. This campground and day use area cover 70 acres. The entire route is paved, including the campground road. Parking spurs are gravel.

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USFS McKenzie River Ranger District – Big Lake West

The entrance to Big Lake West is located approximately 1/2 mile from the entrance to Big Lake Campground. It sits at an elevation of 4,600 feet.

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USFS McKenzie River Ranger District – Coldwater Cove Campground and Day Use

Coldwater Cove Campground and Day Use Area are located on the shores of Clear Lake, 18 miles northeast of McKenzie Bridge on Highway 126, at an elevation of 3,000 feet. The site covers 80 acres. The entire route is paved, including the campground road and parking spurs.

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USFS McKenzie River Ranger District – Ice Cap Campground

Ice Cap Campground is located 17 miles east of the McKenzie River Ranger Station on Highway 126. The entrance road is shared with the Koosah Falls viewing area parking. The campground sits at an elevation of 3,000 feet and covers 20 acres above the McKenzie River and Carmen Reservoir. The river is not within sight of the camp area. The entire driving route is paved, including the campground road. Parking spurs are gravel or paved.

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USFS McKenzie River Ranger District – Lost Lake Campground

Lost Lake Campground is located 28 miles northeast of McKenzie Bridge, Oregon, just off of Highway 20. This campground sits at an elevation of 4,200 feet along the west shore of Lost Lake.

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USFS McKenzie River Ranger District – Olallie Campground

Olallie Campground is located on Highway 126 approximately 9 miles east of the McKenzie River Ranger Station. This campground sits at an elevation of 2,000 feet and covers 11 acres along the McKenzie River. The entire driving route is paved, including the campground road. The upper loop sites have paved spurs, the lower loop spurs are gravel or native surface.

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USFS Sweet Home Ranger District – House Rock Campground
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House Rock Campground is located 26 miles east of Sweet Home on Highway 20. This campground is situated on 7 acres at the confluence of Sheep Creek and the Sought Santiam River in an old growth grove at an elevations of 1,800 feet. The campground road is compacted rock and native surface including the spurs.

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USFS Sweet Home Ranger District – Fernview Group Campground
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Fernview Group Campground is located 23 miles east of Sweet Home on Highway 20. It is perched above the scenic South Santiam River on 5 acres at an elevation of 1,400 feet. The campground is compacted rock and native surface including the spurs.

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USFS Sweet Home Ranger District – Longbow Organization Camp
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Longbow Organizational Camp is located 22 miles east of Sweet Home off of Highway 20 along the South Santiam River. This is a Civilian Conservation Corps Historical group camp that was built in the 1930's and is situated on 10 acres at an elevation of 1,200 feet. The roads within the group site are a compacted rock surface.

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USFS Sweet Home Ranger District – Lost Prairie Campground
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Lost Prairie Groups Campground is located 37 miles east of Sweet Home on Highway 20. The campground ists at an elevation of 3,200 feet on 7 acres adjacent to Hackleman Creek.

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USFS Sweet Home Ranger District – Sevenmile Horse Camp

Sevenmile Horse Camp is located 32 miles from Sweet home east on Highway 20 to Sevenmile Road (Forest Service Road 024). The site sits at an elevation of 3,100 feet.

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USFS Sweet Home Ranger District – Trout Creek Campground
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Trout Creek Campground is located 19 miles east of Sweet Home on Highway 20. The campground sits at an elevation of 1,200 feet and covers 7 acres along the South Santiam River. The campground road is paved and spurs are gravel.

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USFS Sweet Home Ranger District – Yukwah Campground
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Yukwah Campground is located 19.5 miles east of Sweet Home on Highway 20. The campground is situated in second growth Douglas-Fir at an elevations of 1,300 feet on 7 acres along the South Santiam River. The campground road is compacted rock and native surface including the spurs.

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Waterloo County Park
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Family-fun park with campground and plenty of activities!

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Whitcomb Creek County Park & Campground
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Hundreds of acres of tranquil Pacific Northwest forest and water-sports fun at the Green Peter Reservoir.

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