A campsite is defined as a physical site consisting of parking space for one camping unit and one tow vehicle.
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Campfires are allowed in designated fire pits only, pursuant to the current regulations in effect by the Douglas Forest Protection Association. For inland information, call 541-672-6507 or check online at the Douglas Forest Protective Association website. For coastal information, call 541-267-3161 or check online at the Coos Forest Protective Association website.
A camping unit is defined as any unit that is used for sleeping such as:
A tow vehicle is either the vehicle being towed or the vehicle towing the camping unit. Any other vehicles are to be considered extra vehicles.
A small tent is allowed to accompany the primary camping unit in the campsite. A small tent is defined as a tent designed to be occupied by no more than three persons. Any larger tents must be placed in another site and pay the appropriate fee.
The maximum stay is 14 nights within a 30 day period.
Check in time is 2:30 pm, and check out time is 11 am. This applies to all campsites, cabins and yurts).
Changes and/or cancellations must be made in accordance with the cancellation policy of the particular site that you have reserved. For any cancellations, please contact the office at 541-957-7001, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9 am and 4:00 pm.