This campground is located in a beautiful forested setting, with the Oregon Caves National Momunent located approximately 5 miles further down the road. Several of the campsites are located along Sucker Creek, which also provides cool waters to jump in or just soak your feet in on hot summer days. Revel in the amazing biodiversity that is so unique to the Illinois Valley by venturing out on the 1 mile loop trail suitable for families that leads to Grayback Creek and around the historical Civilian Conservation Corps camp at the Cedar Guard Station.
There is a pleasant day use area with a small amphitheater and a large picnic area, complete with shelters and a fireplace.
- 39 campsites (tent-sites) with picnic tables, and fire pits
- 10 day use sites
- Drinking water
- Vault toilet
- Garbage disposal
- Campground host available
- Day Use Fee
- Pet Friendly
- Potable Water
- Picnic Area
- Vault Toilets
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