This is French Pete Campground and you can check out more information here!! It was just $16 a night, no services, but we have our little RV, so no worries!!!
We couldn't have a campfire which we understood, but it was disappointing. We are having a drought here and the forests are too dry. Forest Fires are awful so no campfires!!!
We took our little Bailey, who is a Chorkie, with us, for her first campout. She got sick when we got there, I think a bit of car sickness, but she improved quickly!!!
|Bailey had a blast smelling everything!!!|
|View from the RV-notice my husband with the binoculars!!??|
|Walks were wonderful, the weather was perfect!!!|
|We found this log that was across the little river!!|
|Here's an old growth tree, probably 300-400 years old. Maybe|
older. They were everywhere up there!! This one was about
15 feet from our campsite.
|The water level was so low here!!! We saw no boats or|
people enjoying the lake!! It was a bit strange!!!
|This is the view of below the dam!!|
I need to find a book that lists all the campgrounds in Oregon with all the specifics on each. If there isn't one, it would be sure nice if someone wrote it!!
I would like to be able to pick up a book, read about the campground, this one was a forest service campground, know how many campsites, what size of camper it can host, if it's just for tents, is there water, pit toilets etc.....
I hope we get the chance to go out one more time!!
Take care friends, Enjoy the Earth, and see you again soon!!! Martha