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Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area Campground

  • Excellent27%
  • Very good64%
  • Average9%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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Reviewed 8 October 2017

We spent four nights here while doing various activities in the area. The sites are among the tall timber. The highway noise mentioned in many other reviews weren't an issue. It turned into white noise. The only negative was the men's bathroom that always stunk....More

3  Thank morodmt
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

This Oregon State Park is wonderful to stay at, located between La Grande and Pendleton. Close to freeway but the noise doesn't bother us. Full hook ups and enough walk in sites that we have always found a spot for our 40 ft fifth wheel....More

Thank mbowcut2002
Reviewed 31 August 2017

My family and I went camping here for the 2017 eclipse and stayed in the two Totem cabins. I thought the beds in the Totem cabins were fairly comfortable (relative to the yurt we stayed at in Grey's Harbor) but other members of my party...More

1  Thank valefleur
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

This is a great place to camp on the Oregon trail. It's clean, well stocked, and wood doesn't cost too much. Spaces could be more private, and road noise from I84 drove my husband nuts, but earplugs saved the day, and we could not have...More

1  Thank FineIrishLass
Reviewed 13 June 2017

This campground is in a beautiful, lush Oregon alpine forest. The facilities were clean and the campground was quiet. We did hear some traffic noise from the road, but it wasn't too bad. The cabin we stayed in was clean, cozy, had heat and a...More

1  Thank runnerwitt
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"This is a state park, not a hotel/motel."
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"Totem cabins are significantly cheaper, but you'll have to defend your territory."
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"Try and get a loop farthest from RT 84 to minimize road noise in the night"
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"Highly recommend reservations for the cabin, especially during the summer months and get one away from the..."
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