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Santiam Flats Campground

Area Status: Temporarily Closed
This area is Closed

 

Santiam Flats Campground is located at the confluence of the North Santiam River along the shore of Detroit Lake. The 32 sites (27 single and 5 multiple) have picnic tables, grills and easy access to the vault toilets. Drinking water spigots are spread throughout the campground. Most campsites offer views of lake.

Visitors enjoy fishing, boating on the lake, and hiking on the nearby Stahlman Point Trail. Several hiking trails dot the area, including Stahlman Point Trail, which offers vistas of Detroit Lake and the surrounding area. The Hoover Nature Trail off of Hoover Campground is an accessible, short footpath that delights many campers. 

At a Glance

Reservations:Reserve online at www.recreation.gov or phone 1.877.444.6777. Over half the campsites are available for advance reservation via recreation.gov. The remainder are first come first serve.
Area Amenities:Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water
Fees
  • Single Campsites - $18 per night
  • Multiple Campsites - $33 per night
  • Extra Vehicles - $8 per vehicle, per night
  • Day Use - $8 per vehicle, per day
Campsite must be occupied every night paid
Open Season:4/30/21 - 9/19/21
Usage:Medium
Busiest Season:June-August
Restrictions:
  • 14 day stay limit
  • Check-in time: 2:00 pm or later. Check-out time: 1:00 pm 
  • Maximum trailer length 30 feet
  • Use of chainsaws in campground is prohibited
  • Dogs MUST be on a leash at all times within the campground 
See special regulations for the area, including dispersed camping restrictions.
Closest Towns:
  • Idanha, Oregon
  • Detroit, Oregon (2.6 miles)
Water:Faucet
Restroom:Vault Toilets (3)
Passes:Interagency Senior and Access Passes (and the Golden Age and Access Passes) may receive a 50% discount on the use fee for individual campsites. This discount does not apply to extra vehicle fee or multiple campsites.
Operated By:American Land & Leisure
Information Center:Detroit Ranger District
44125 North Santiam Highway SE
Detroit, OR 97342
503-854-3366

General Information

General Notes:
  • Fire rings
  • Garbage service
  • Firewood available at Hoover Campground

Close to:

Read about camping rules, regulations and camping tips on our Camping Rules & Things to Know page.


Directions:

2.6 miles east of Detroit, Oregon

From Detroit, follow Highway 22 east for 2.6 miles to Blowout Road #10 on the right. Santiam Flats Campground is on the right.


Parking:

Parking is limited within the campground. If visiting for the day, please be aware that overnight campers have priority in the campsite parking.


Sours: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/willamette/recarea/?recid=4225

Riverside Campground on the Santiam River is located just off highway 22 roughly 14 miles east of Detroit, Oregon.  The campground hosts 38 campsites, has drinking water, vault toilets and as the name suggests is next to the Santiam River. Overnight fees start at $16 per night and campsites can be reserved ahead of time on the recreation.gov website.

The campground is nestled between highway 22 and the Santiam River and as you enter the area the road splits both right and left with camping loops at both ends.  Many of the campsites are on the rivers edge with the other half on the highway side of the campground.  Expect to hear road noise when camping here even with the running water attempting to drown it out in the background.

Riverside campground on the Santiam river is a popular area for those looking to access nearby hiking trails and stay adjacent to the Jefferson Wilderness area.  Detroit lake is also nearby as well as the Marion Forks fish Hatchery.

Overall Riverside campground is a decent campground and a good option for those looking to get away from the crazy hustle and bustle that exists down the road at Detroit Lake.  The campground is not going to provide much solitude due to the nearby road but it is still a decent spot for an overnight excursion.

 

Sours: https://www.muddycamper.com/oregon/riverside-campground-santiam-river/
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North Santiam State Recreation Area

This verdant riverside campground is a fine day stop no matter where you're coming from or going to.

Mon to Sun: 7:00am – 9:00pm
First come, first served campites.

If you find yourself traveling Highway 22 about 26 miles east of Salem on the North Santiam River — stop.

While this state park plays happy host to campers, it's a perfect place to eat a picnic lunch and decompress. Free-range picnic tables dot the beautiful riverfront grass area, and the restroom facilities have flush toilets. What more do you need? Well, maybe a road-weary leg stretch on the 2.4 miles of old-growth forest trails.

North Santiam State Park is one of the finest steelhead fishing spots on the river. Drop your line from the shore, or hit the deep waters via the gravel boat launch. The primitive campground offers nine first-come, first-served walk-in/bike-in/boat-in campsites with picnic tables and grills.

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If you find yourself traveling Highway 22 about 26 miles east of Salem on the North Santiam River — stop.

While this state park plays happy host to campers, it's a perfect place to eat a picnic lunch and decompress. Free-range picnic tables dot the beautiful riverfront grass area, and the restroom facilities have flush toilets. What more do you need? Well, maybe a road-weary leg stretch on the 2.4 miles of old-growth forest trails.

North Santiam State Park is one of the finest steelhead fishing spots on the river. Drop your line from the shore, or hit the deep waters via the gravel boat launch. The primitive campground offers nine first-come, first-served walk-in/bike-in/boat-in campsites with picnic tables and grills.

There's an awesome reservable group picnic shelter with electricity, tables, and fire pit that accommodates 60. Stop by anytime to dip your toes in the cool river and soak up the silence. The day-use area is open year-round, and parking is free.

Activities in the park

Sours: https://www.hipcamp.com/en-US/discover/oregon/north-santiam

Yukwah Campground

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

 

Yukwah Campground is a nice, family campground situated along the South Santiam River, 21 miles east of the town of Sweet Home, Oregon. Many of the 13 sites are right on the river, tucked under the cool shade of Douglas fir and hemlock trees. Two double sites are perfect for the bigger group or family. The campground was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s and includes a welcoming day use shelter with a fireplace and five pull-through RV parking loops and a mix of standard parking spurs. This is a smaller campground with a variety of sites to accommodate different uses, with group sites, sites for trailers and sites for tents. Drinking water is from two hand pump wells. Parking spurs are gravel and roads are paved. Vault toilets and garbage cans are spread out in convenient locations in the campground. Firewood is available for a fee.

Plenty of river activities and hiking opportunities await. Enjoy fishing and swimming in the beautiful South Santiam River or hiking the accessible Yukwah Nature Trail  that winds through the campground, and lingering at the picnic area. Hike or bike the Santiam Wagon Road (now a trail), a historic trail used to transport livestock east across the Cascade Mountains to central Oregon's grasslands. Iron Mountain, Gordon Meadows and Echo Basin are nearby hiking areas well known for their colorful wildflowers. 

At a Glance

Reservations:Reserve online at www.recreation.gov or phone 1.877.444.6777. Over half the campsites are available for advance reservation via recreation.gov. The remainder are first come first serve.
Area Amenities:Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water
Fees
  • Single Campsites - $20 per night
  • Extra Vehicles - $7 per vehicle, per night
  • Day Use - No fee
Open Season:5/7/21 - 9/27/21
Usage:Medium
Restrictions:
  • Camping is not allowed more than 14 days in a 60 day period.
  • Check-in time: 2:00 pm or later. Check-out time: 1:00 pm 
  • Use of chainsaws in the campground is prohibited
  • Dogs MUST be on leash at all times within the campground
Closest Towns:Sweet Home, OR
Water:Yes
Restroom:Vault toilets
Passes:Interagency Senior and Access Passes (and the Golden Age and Access Passes) may receive a 50% discount on the use fee for individual campsites. This discount does not apply to extra vehicle fee or multiple campsites.
Operated By:Linn County Parks & Recreation
Information Center:Sweet Home Ranger District
4431 Highway 20
Sweet Home, OR 97386
541-367-5168

General Information

Directions:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
44.4, -122.33853
44°24'0"N, 122°20'19"W

From Sweet Home, OR, follow Highway 20 east for 21 miles and look for signs for Yukwah Campground.


General Notes:

Campground Map

Close to:

Read about camping rules, regulations and camping tips on our Camping Rules & Things to Know page.


Accessibility:

Yukwah Campground offers accessible campsites with compacted gravel surfaces, a day-use picnic site, and fully accessible restrooms. Sites 8-11 are barrier free. The 0.3 mile Yukwah Nature Trail  is surfaced with compacted gravel and parallels the South Santiam River within Yukwah Campground. This trail has a 36-inch tread width and grades of less than 5 percent. The trail offers access to six pull offs and two accessible platforms for viewing the river. Two other river platforms are located within two miles of Yukwah Campground and have asphalt parking lots and compacted gravel trails.


Sours: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/willamette/recarea/?recid=4313

Santiam river oregon camping

5 beautiful and rustic campgrounds near Salem, Oregon

A fisherman sets up for a still morning of fishing outside his campsite on Mt. Hebo Lake in the Siuslaw National Forest.

This style of camping — straight-up camping — is what most of us remember from our childhoods. You drive to campground that’s little more than a patch of dirt in the forest, with a picnic table and fire ring, and do everything yourself.

If you want to bathe, that means jumping in a lake or river. Any bathroom will likely smell questionable. Bring all your own food, cookware, and firewood.

We're starting with campgrounds within about an hour's drive of Salem. 

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Family camping near Salem

North Santiam State Park

Nestled along the North Santiam River, this pretty little campground is a quiet place to put down a tent for the night.

The riverfront has excellent trout and steelhead fishing spots, and a network of trails to explore a handful of forested picnic sites where water and trees converge. 

There are nine boat-in or hike-in campsites that offer nice river views, all offered on a first come, first-served basis. The site is popular for rafters and kayakers paddling the North Santiam’s whitewater.

Directions: Drive east on Highway 22 for 26 miles and follow signs into the park. Coordinates: 44.770829, -122.564843.

Elkhorn Valley

The largest campground in the popular Little North Santiam River canyon often has fierce competition for its 23 sites.

Elkhorn Valley is straightforward, with restrooms and water, along with walking trails to swimming holes carved from the bedrock of the river. All sites are first come, first-served, so plan on getting there midweek or earlier during the height of summer. 

Nearby Canyon Creek offers easy access to a beautiful sandy beach along the river with 15 developed picnic sites, outhouses and potable water. A $5 per vehicle per day fee is required.

Directions: From Salem, drive east on Highway 22 for 24 miles. Turn left at the second yellow flashing light in Mehema and follow North Fork Road 8.5 miles to signs for the campground.

Bear Creek

The newest campground in the Little North Santiam River canyon offers 15 small first come, first-served sites with picnic tables and fire rings.

The site’s only real amenities are a bathroom and hiking trail down to a swimming hole in the river. The upside is the location, which is near famous spots like Salmon Falls, Three Pools Recreation Site, and the Opal Creek Scenic Area.

Directions: From Salem, drive east on Highway 22 for 24 miles. Turn left at the second yellow flashing light in Mehema and follow North Fork Road 7.8 miles to signs for the campground. Coordinates: 44.800299,-122.467475. 

Hebo Lake

This campground tucked in the Coast Range, northwest of Salem, is a small-scale recreation center.

The popular 12-site campground provides access to good fishing spots and docks, along with a picnic shelter constructed in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The campground is the trailhead for the Pioneer-Indian Trail, an 8-mile route through deep forest and across the meadow-filled summit atop 3,153-foot Hebo Mountain.

Native Americans and early settlers used the trail to travel from the Willamette Valley to the Pacific Coast. Views atop Hebo Mountain  extend all the way to the Pacific Ocean, and the area is home to the Oregon silverspot butterfly, a rare species.

Directions: From Salem, take Highway 22 at the 22/18 split at Valley Junction to Hebo. Hebo Mountain Road is on the right just past the Siuslaw National Forest's Hebo Ranger District office. From there, it's a winding 4-mile climb to the entrance road to the lake and campground on the right. Coordinates: 45.230948,-123.795947.

Nestucca corridor 

The often-overlooked Nestucca Scenic Byway follows a lush Coast Range river past five small campgrounds that offer fishing and swimming.

Rocky Bend, Alder Glen, Elk Bend, Fan Creek and Dovre are each small sites with only a handful of spots. Most have picnic tables and fire rings, along with restrooms and drinking water. Alder Glen has views of a waterfall. It's a remote area, so ideally bring a Siuslaw National Forest map.

Directions: From Salem, cross the Marion Street bridge and head west on Highway 22 for 15.8 miles. Turn right on Highway 18 and continue 1.8 miles into Willamina. Following along with a good map, take Willamina Creek Road, Gilbert Creek Road and SW Bible Creek Road to Upper Nestucca River Road. The campgrounds are to the west and east along this road. Coordinates: 45.239621, -123.60603. 

Nestucca River near Rocky Bend campground.

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Sours: https://www.statesmanjournal.com/story/travel/outdoors/camping/2017/05/13/5-beautiful-and-rustic-campgrounds-near-salem/101211104/
Kayaking and fishing South Santiam River in Sweet Home, Oregon

Yukwah Campground

Willamette National Forest

Yukwah Campground is a nice, family campground situated along the South Santiam River, 21 miles east of the town of Sweet Home, Oregon. Many sites are right on the river, tucked under the cool shade of Douglas fir and hemlock trees. Two double sites are perfect for the bigger group or family.

The campground was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s and includes a welcoming day use shelter with a fireplace and five pull-through RV parking loops and a mix of standard parking spurs. Plenty of river activities and hiking opportunities await.

This is a smaller campground with a variety of sites to accommodate different uses, with group sites, sites for trailers and sites for tents. Drinking water is from two hand pump wells. Parking spurs are gravel and roads are paved. Vault toilets and garbage cans are spread out in convenient locations in the campground. Firewood is sold through Linn County Park staff.

Need to Know

  • Don't Move Firewood: Please protect Pacific Northwest forests by preventing the spread of invasive species. Firewood can carry insects and diseases that can threaten the health of our western forests. You can make a difference by obtaining and burning your firewood near your camping destination. Visit Dontmovefirewood.org for further information.
  • Site fee covers 1 vehicle; additional vehicles will be charged a $7 fee, per vehicle. If you have questions on what is considered an "extra vehicle", please refer to our kiosk for details.

  • Checkout time is 12:00 noon

Natural Features

Yukwah Campground is tucked in a heavily wooded landscape with lichen and moss-draped alder, Douglas fir and maple. Campsites are well-shaded and full of ferns and similar sub-tropical greenery. Many sites stretch along the South Santiam River and have river access.

Nearby Attractions

Hike or bike the Santiam Wagon Road (now a trail), a historic trail used to transport livestock east across the Cascade Mountains to central Oregon's grasslands. Iron Mountain, Gordon Meadows and Echo Basin are nearby hiking areas well known for their colorful wildflowers.

In August, the nearby Oregon Jamboree is a hit.

Recreation

Wading and fishing are popular in the river and campers can stroll the half-mile long an accessible trail that winds along the banks of the South Santiam River within the campground and accesses a viewing pier over the river.

The Menagerie Wilderness can be accessed from the Trout Creek Trail (1/4 mile from campground) where hikers can reach the top of Rooster Rock and enjoy views of the river valley (5.6 miles round trip). An accessible hike leaves from the same trailhead and takes visitors to the Walton Ranch Platform with views of the Walton Meadow (1/8 mile round trip).

Contact Information

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4431 HIGHWAY 20 SWEET HOME OR 97386 MANAGED BY LINN COUNTY PARKS 3010 SW FERRY ST ALBANY, OR 97322

Phone Number

For campground inquiries, please call: 541-967-3917

Rental Options

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Driving Directions

From Sweet Home, OR, follow Highway 20 east for 21 miles and look for signs for Yukwah Campground.

Available Campsites

  • Site 003, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 002, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 018, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 006, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 005, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 017, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 019, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 016, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 001, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 008, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 004, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 013, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 011, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 010, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 009, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 015, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 007, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 012, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 014, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site 020-Host, Loop YUKWAH CAMPGROUND, Type Standard Nonelectric
Sours: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/251583

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