The campground is adjacent to the Nehalem River and scenic Nehalem Falls. Large old-growth Douglas-fir, cedar, spruce, and hemlock grace the site.
Swimming, wildlife viewing and hiking.
The site features 14 drive-in campsites, 1 group campsite, 4 walk-in tent campsites, vault toilets, drinking water from a hand pump, information boards, dumpster and recycling. Each campsite has a picnic table, fire grate, and tent pad. The campground is usually staffed by a camp host.
No reservations. When all of the nearby state parks are full this is a good alternative.
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Reviewed by Rob Russell on April 10, 2008
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This is one of the sweetest little camp spots on the coast. The campground itself is clean, but the beach just downstream of the falls gets a little trashy in summer. It only takes 5 minutes to pick up the trash yourself, though, and then it's one of the only freshwater beaches on a river in NW Oregon! Great salmon fishing below the falls in October!!
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