With over 30 sites available for tent and RV camping we offer updated gravel and grass sites with options of full shade and partial sun with 30 & 20 amp electric, water, wifi and a picnic table with a fire pit in a wooded and secluded setting.
Welcome to Camping meets Glamping. Our 7 Cabins come complete with heat, fan, water, parking, refrigeration, fire pit, and porch Swing. Our cabins have room for everyone to sprawl out, across a queen sized bed and matching twin bunk beds.
Our wagons come complete with heat, fan, water, parking, refrigeration, fire pit, and charcoal grill, and boast a king sized bed and twin bunk beds.
We offer 11 full hook up sites (Pull-Thru & Back In) available for extra large RVs, Motorhomes, Travel Trailers, and Fifth Wheels, including 50, 30 & 20 amps with gravel and grass sites with options of full shade and partial sun with sewer, water, wifi and a picnic table with a fire pit in a wooded and secluded setting.
Our remodeled cabins feature a full size bed, twin bunk bed as well as a desk & chair. Each log cabin has electricity, water spicket, heat and fan with ample outdoor space; including a porch swing and a fire pit. Our cabins are a great choice for families looking for a cozy place to stay with the added security of a locking door.
Our Covered Conestoga wagons include a king size bed, bunk bed, table and two chairs. Each wagon has electricity, water spicket, picnic table, fire ring, and charcoal grill. Bring your own bedding or add it to your reservation for a glamping experience.
The Rogue River begins at Boundary Springs near Crater Lake National Park and flows about 215 miles in a generally westward direction from the Cascade Range to the Pacific Ocean. Known for its salmon runs, whitewater rafting, and rugged scenery, it was one of the original eight rivers named in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968.
Rogue Valley wine history goes back to the 1840s when European immigrants started planting grapes and bottling wines. It wasn’t until an Oregon State University professor planted an experimental vineyard here in 1968, that winemakers rediscovered the Rogue Valley as a winegrowing region. The rest, as they say, is history.
Oregon's only National Park is right here in Southern Oregon just 60 miles north of Medford. An easy day trip or overnight getaway extension from Medford. The scenic drive up Hwy 62 is one to take your time on as you will want to stop at waterfall pullouts, union creek and Beckies cafe as well as the Rogue River's natural bridge!
Surrounded by beautiful mountains and forests our warm and inviting campground serves as an anchor for your I-5 travels to Crater Lake.