This was a very enjoyable walk (stretch of the legs from long drive). Myself and family have all been loggers. This is set up well for telling the history of logging, clearly for all to appreciate. Plus there is a walk by the river for nature lovers.
This campground is a very nice campground for families, couples and single campers with rvs or tent camping. There are lots of hiking, fly fishing in Williamson River, and on the weekends activities for children or young adults. Across the Hwy 97 is the logging museum where there is a small gift shop, museum and pioneer village that is great... 更多
Collier State Park is overall a good camping destination, but has some definite pros and cons. Visiting in the summer means temperatures in the 90s, though it is dry and still and does cool off overnight. The driveways are paved and easy to angle into, and the huge sites are a combination of dirt, gravel, and pine needles. Despite not... 更多
Beautiful site with two small rivers, a logging museum, and lots of country to explore. For many this is a one night stop as a good campground near Crater Lake, but it is more than that. Three major fishing rivers nearby. Two of them run through the park. Lots of trails.
We spent 4 days at this state park, and like every state park in Oregon, it did not disappoint. The location is great, between beautiful Spring Creek and the Williamson River. While entering the park, one of the camp hosts stopped us and pleasantly assisted us to our space. The spaces our fairly open, but almost all of the fellow... 更多
Nice park, but sites are very open to each other. 1 washer & 1 dryer (Technically 2 dryers, but 1 is out of order. Most likely because they're vented together and the duct hasn't been cleaned) small machines and many times a wait to get your laundry in. The logging museum was very cool. An easy walk from the campground.... 更多
Make reservations in advance. The park is small, if you are using and RV like I did be careful on how small some of the sites are. The logging museum was cool. There is a lot of trails to hike. The fishing wasn't good in the creek and the river but still fun to try. I will definitely be back... 更多
We spent 4 nights camping here with the main purpose to give us a place to stay so we could visit Crater Lake. We had a full hookup site for our tent trailer. Most of the other vehicles in our loop (A loop) were large RVs. There are tent only sites without the hookups. The price for full hook-ups and... 更多
I got lucky and found an unoccupied/available site for one night which is all I needed anyway. I met my next door neighbors who applauded my backing skills and invited me to there little happy hour. Nice place to camp and reasonable rates for full hookups. Really close to Crater Lake National Park too.
Large sites with a fair amount of space between them. Mine was 58 feet long, paved with 50 amp power. Set in the trees and along a river each RV site has a picnic table, fire ring, full hookups and a great volunteer staff. Make sure you check out the logging museum as well by following a short trail along... 更多