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Great little campground. The sewer system could use some updating but I believe that is in the works during the off season. Att cell service was sporty but worked fairly well . We enjoyed the museum and Crater Lake near by. Fishing wasn't that great,...More
This is an older campground but well layer out and peaceful. The sites are paved and fairly level. One complaint is that they have old style sewer hookups whereby there is an elbow installed at ground level which makes it almost impossible to install a...More
Do NOT miss this museum! I must admit, initially it didn't sound very interesting on paper but we passed it on our way to the Umpqua Forest and decided to stop. We ended up spending a couple of hours exploring the machinery, the logging camp...More
Oregon State does campgrounds right. Great sites in a picture perfect setting. Lots of pull through half circle sites with 50 amp stable power, sewer and water. Bathroom are clean and very nice. Staff is very pleasant and helpful. Make sure you check out the...More
My family and I camp at Oregon State Parks as often as we possibly can. Oregon has invested heavily in its parks and they are well worth the stay. Last summer was our first trip to Collier Memorial State Park. We had decided to visit...More
Collier State Park and Logging Museum
Did not camp, only toured the logging museum.
There are Acres of log camp equipment and buildings, beautifully curated in the woods north of Chiloquin Oregon on Highway 97.
Bring, walking shoes, camera, food, children, wheelchairs, scooters, backup camera...More