Cascadia State Park Campground: "Small Campground is First Come First Served" Cascadia State Park Hotel Tip by glabah

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There are only 25 sites in the Cascadia State Park campground, which are open 1 May through 30 September. All sites are "primitive" sites, which means no water or electrical connections. Site length is 35 feet or less in many spots. Really, this is a place for car and tent camping. All of these sites are first-come first-served, and the campground is not part of the state parks reservation system, except:

There are also two reservable group tent areas for larger groups. These are actually located in a cleared area further east than the main part of the campground.

The primitive sites are $17 each as of this writing, and the group tent areas are $71 per 25 people, and $3 each per person over 25 people.

Payment for the camp sites is made at a self-service pay station.

Price Comparison: about average
Price: less than US$20
Theme: Campground
Website: http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_210.php

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  • Updated Jul 3, 2015
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