You sit right next to I84. Freeway noise is very loud. And we weren't in the loop closest to the freeway!!
Road is two way and very narrow. Not sure what you'd do if two campers tried to pass. No way you could. It also makes it confusing to choose a site because an available site may be going in the opposite direction than you are causing you to have to turn around in the day use parking lot and go back.
October 1, 2016 - reviewed by Traveler2016
Great Little State Park
Beautiful Park situated close to freeway. Did not notice the highway noise at all.
Well maintained facilities. Lots of shade and a natural ares.
Would come again..
August 14, 2016 - reviewed by Steve
Nice Campground But- Freeway noise
Stayed here one night in full-hookup site #B03. Made reservations online site unseen. It's a beautiful campground with big trees and lots of shade but the 2 lane freeway noise was a show stopper for me. 84 is main highway and every third car is a big rig. I thought my site was noisy because it was closest to the highway but no matter where I walked in this campground the noise was distracting. If that doesn't bother you then you'll like it here. They sell a generous amount of firewood for 5 bucks so that nice. They have nice cabins to rent that are farthest from the highway so thats nice too. There's showers, flush-toilets that appeared to be well maintained. I was impressed that a lot of Oregon's state campgrounds have full-hookups along with dry camping sites in the same park. Other than the freeway noise, my only other complaint was the $8 dollar service charge added to my site fee from reserveamerica.com. A rip-off for something computer generated. So this site cost $32 not $24.