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Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area Campground

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Reviewed 21 June 2016

This was a very low priced vintage cabin bright warm and cozy. The bathrooms and shower stalls were all private and clean. Surrounded by evergreens to drown out the hwy-which is not in a very busy area like other state campgrounds. We would definitely stay here again if it were not so far from where we live. Bring an extra...

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Tacoma
Reviewed 26 July 2015

This is probably the cleanest state park I have seen with plenty of water fountains and spigots to wash the two year olds little hands. The park hosts were extremely nice and explained the lean-to kitchens can be reserved but if there wasn't a reserved sign we could use it. In the future we will definitely reserve, this trip was...

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Hillsboro, Oregon
Reviewed 15 October 2014

We stayed here one night as a stop over on our way down to the national parks in southern Utah. It is RIGHT off the highway which makes in convenient. It also makes it a bit noisy because of highway sounds from 84. For us it was perfect for the one night stop over. They had some nice looking trails...

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Kelso
Reviewed 10 August 2014 via mobile

We stayed here on the way home from Yellowstone. People were very nice and helped us find a spot to park the r.v. Yes this place had full hookups at a pretty nice price! It can be pretty noisy if you get a site close to the freeway. But still enjoyed the stay!

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Phoenix, Arizona
Reviewed 7 July 2014

This was an overnight stay on a road trip. Very easy to find right off the highway. We stayed in a cabin away from the highway, so it was very quiet. The cabin was very clean and comfortable. Sleeps 5 with a table, chairs, heater and stove outside. Picnic table and fire ring outside, plenty of room for a tent...

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Address: 65068 Old Oregon Trail Rd, off Hwy I-84, exit #234, Meacham, OR 97859-1140
Region: United States > Oregon > Meacham
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“Try and get a loop farthest from RT 84 to minimize road noise in the night”
Oregonroadtripper, 14 Oct 2014 | Read review
“Highly recommend reservations for the cabin, especially during the summer months and get one away from the highway.”
NW2SWGIRL, 6 Jul 2014 | Read review
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