Are you open all year?
Yes. Southern Oregon has sunny warm summers and it typically doesn't rain from mid June to mid September.
The winters are usually in the 50's or 60's with intermittent fog and rain. It may snow on the valley
floor once or twice a year, but does not usually stay on the roads and is usually gone by nine or ten in
Can we get mail at the resort?
Yes, mail is delivered daily and can be picked up at the office.
Do you have a designated pet area?
Yes, pets have an area specifically set aside for use within the park and we ask that you clean up after
them including cats.
Are reservations required?
No, we do cater to drive-ins. But, we highly recommend reservations from April through September.
Other months might have space available without reservations but it is always better to reserve.
Do you have a pool and/or clubhouse?
Sorry, we don't have a pool, but the Umpqua River is delightful in the Summer and Early Fall.
We have a club house with fireplace, exercise equipment, board games, and kitchen facilities.
Do you allow open fires or barbecue pits?
We have a few fire pits and have firewood for sale if needed. We do ask that you keep camp fires in these
rings to a size that doesn't endanger other campers or the beautiful forest that surrounds us.
Can we wash our RV or vehicles?
There is a vehicle wash area in the park. Vehicle washing is not allowed in your campsites.
Are you on the river?
We are located on the banks of the beautiful Umpqua River, with 4,000 feet of river frontage. Our
swimming dock provides a starting point to enjoy Fishing, Swimming, Tubing, Gold Panning and all
other non polluting river activity is allowed.
The river is both beautiful and natural, and as such there are hidden hazards which may include swift
currents, submerged logs, rocks, and eddies. While we encourage you to use the river, we also encourage
you to use it safely. We ask that an adult always be present with children in or around the river, and
that the "Buddy System" of two persons be used at all times. Life vests are always a good idea in any waterway.