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Potable water
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If on you are on a tour of Oregon's best waterfalls and you need a place to rest, this little campground on the eastern edge of the Willamette Valley definitely has you covered.  Don't expect much from the accommodations though, as the campground itself doesn't offer a great deal of amenities: there are only three sites and a vault toilet and no potable water or showers.

The campground is well maintained by the Oregon Department of Forestry and has nearby access to Butte Creek Falls, Abiqua Falls, and is a 1 hour drive (only 5 miles as the crow flies) from Silver Falls State Park.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)


Parking Pass

Not Required


Nearby Butte Creek Falls.


Havily shaded often damp campsites.

Pets allowed


Managed by

Oregon Department of Forestry


Vault toilet



Stopped by the campground and the knob and lock were missing from the vault toilet, which was filthy. The campground gate was locked, so I assume it may only be open in the summer months.
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