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Collier Memorial State Park is the best campground I have ever stayed at. Everything, from the paved campsites to the restrooms to the multiple camp hosts, was first class. Plus, there is an excellent logging history outdoor museum!
Great visit at Collier State Park Campground at the confluence of the Williamson River and Spring Creek. Sites are clean and well-maintained, the pull throughs seemed to be the most spacious. Those that you have to back into have less open space around them. Campground...More
The Logging Museum was fantastic. It was amazing to see so many of the pieces of equipment that was used in the logging industry. The ingenuity of the men who created and used these huge pieces of equipment was mindboggling.
It was definitely a must...More
Marathon-driving with three Golden Retrievers requires careful planning. Collier's day use area is a perfect rest stop. The dogs loved it; enjoyed trying to chase ground squirrels. There is a shallow river running through it that they would have loved splashing in, had we had...More
We were very fortunate to find one full hookup spot available for two nights. Nice and shaded with walking path accessibility to the clean bathrooms and showers. Dog friendly (on leash) trails to the creek and river. Lots of places to explore. Very friendly camp...More
The Park Service has a large facility just south of Collier State Park, and there is a lot of hiking along the river, and down the road north and east of State Highway 97. Very easy in and out. Just five miles north of an...More
Wonderful walk through a piece of American history. Casually stroll among the beautiful evergreen outdoor location along the Deschutes River while stopping from time to time to learn about our logging industry. This FREE self guided tour shows you the logging industry from the 1800...More