You are here

Open Year-round
?
Reservations possible?
No
RV Hookups
Yes
Potable water
Yes
Please respect the outdoors by practicing Leave No Trace. Learn more about how to apply the principles of Leave No Trace on your next outdoor adventure here.

Just 14 miles up the Rogue River from Gold Beach, the Quosatana Campground is a real gem of a National Forest campground. Set in an Oregon myrtle grove with broad grass meadows on a bank above the Rogue River, the campground is well-situated for all types of recreation. There is a boat ramp and a large gravel bar to facilitate launching boats as well as a fish-cleaning station for the successful catch. Deer seem to love this area, and they are often seen strolling through the large meadows that border the campground.

The sites are distributed along two one-way loops that both wind through ancient myrtle trees. Sites are a range of sizes and can accommodate up to medium-sized RVs. There is decent spacing between sites but not a lot of privacy. There are no hookups and no potable water in the campground, so water must be brought in or boiled before use.

The Rogue River is just steps away, and there are several hiking options in the area, including the Myrtle Tree Trail and the Francis Shrader Old Growth Trail.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Spring
Summer
Fall

Parking Pass

Not Required

Pros

Adjacent to the Rogue River. Beautiful setting. Roomy sites.

Cons

No reservations.

Pets allowed

Yes

Managed by

National Forest Service

Address

NF-33
99334
Gold Beach, OR 97444
United States

Features

ADA accessible
Flushing toilets
Showers
Boat ramp(s)
Potable water
Picnic tables

Location

Field Guide

Nearby Adventures

Nearby Lodging + Camping

Southern Oregon Coast + Rogue River, Oregon
Southern Oregon Coast + Rogue River, Oregon
Southern Oregon Coast + Rogue River, Oregon

Comments

Have updates, photos, alerts, or just want to leave a comment?
Sign In and share them.

Brought to you by:

The People's Coast

A profound concept originally envisioned by governor Oswald West, in 1967 the Oregon legislature ultimately realized his vision of making the entire Oregon Coast forever open to the public in a piece of landmark legislation titled the Oregon Beach Bill, officially making all 363 miles public land. "The People's Coast" is truly a one-of-a-kind coastline, a unique blend of mountains and rocky stacks, towering old growth forests, marine sanctuaries, tide pools and kelp forests, charming towns, historic fishing communities, world-class golfing, breweries, and simply jaw-dropping scenic beaches. We encourage you to plan your next trip at visittheoregoncoast.com or by calling (541) 574-2679.

More content from The People's Coast

Sponsored by:The People's Coast