Still Creek Campground is located just beyond the Timberline Road turnoff on Highway 26. Its close proximity to Government Camp is evidenced by a hiking trail to the village. Still Creek offers 27 campsites, the majority of which are large, private, and well situated. The prime sites are on Still Creek itself. Not only do these have the ambiance of a pretty creek, but the noise of the gurgling stream drowns out the sound of the nearby Highway 26. Large, level sites include fire pits and either heavy duty grates or BBQ stands. Our site, number 26, had no visible neighbors and was extremely private. Vault toilets are very clean and well maintained. Piper water is cold and clear. A stroll through the campground to Peter Vickers Road leads to Summit Meadows. This is a small community of summer cabins and the Summit Meadows Pioneer Cemetery. Summit Meadows was a rest stop on the Barlow Road leg of the Oregon Trail, just prior to the dreaded Laurel Hill where pioneer wagons had to be lowered by rope down the steep precipice.
Still Creek has 27 sites, some offer RV hook-ups. Reservations needed during the prime season. Get a site near the creek or prepared for the sounds of Highway 26 all night long.