We enjoyed our stay at this quaint Oregon State Park. The Campground provided nicely paved parking for RVs with full hookups. The spaces were setup that you felt a sense of privacy between camping spaces. The dogs enjoyed walking the trails that run parallel to the rivers. Two water sources merge together and provide a very natural setting inside this park and offers fishing, kayaking or canoeing for those so inclined. One of them is creek and the other is the Williams River. The restrooms functioned well, showers were hot and had steady water pressure. Loop A restroom building had a unisex/handicapped restroom that included an accessible shower unit. The park is maintained by several park hosts and Ranger staff members. We saw the staff regularly as they went about cleaning restrooms and camp sites as people left the campground. Trash dumpsters are located at the very front of the campground where the overflow parking for boats and additional vehicles park. There is a lovely trail that crosses the stream and takes you to the logging museum which is very interesting and worth a stop if you are interested in seeing the tools and history of the logging industry in this area. The museum covers the introduction of lumber industry in the 1860s through 1970s. I had read some reviews that stated they were bothered by mosquitoes during their stays. We noticed a few mosquitoes but they were not distracting to us but if you are sensitive you may want to make sure you take some preventative measures.
Excellent Oregon state park with full hookups.
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Collier Memorial State Park
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