4.67/5 (6 reviews)

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Union Creek Campground Details

  • Campground Rating:  4.67/5 (6)
  • Number of Campsites: 73
  • Avg. Overnight Fee: 16
  • Drinking Water: Yes
  • Toilets: Vaulted
  • Camphost on Site: Yes
  • Fires Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Service: Unknown
  • Season: 06/05/2014 - 08/09/2014
  • Nearest Store (Miles): 1
  • GPS: 42.906141,-122.45008
  • Elevation: 3,100 ft.
  • Showers: No
  • Firewood for Sale: Yes

Union Creek Campground Description

This picturesque campground in the midst of old growth forest cradles Union Creek as well as the intersection of Union Creek and the Rogue River. Quiet secluded campsites, there are many group sites for family and friends. Groceries and a hot meal are close by in Prospect Oregon, or within walking distance at The Union Creek Resort. Amazing fishing locations, numerous hiking trails are within easy access to the Union Creek and Upper Rogue River Trails. Sites to see include Crater Lake, Rogue Gorge and Natural Bridge.

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  1. Alex

    Camped 3 nights At Union Creek-rogue river (there are multiple union creek campsites in Oregon on the GovRec booking site) a couple weekends ago, and this campground is GORGEOUS. Lots of big campsites, lots of trees, beautiful little creek running through that connects with the river (no fish when we went). So peaceful and relaxing. We wanted more days to hang around- but alas reality called. There were lots of open sites when we went, but I can imagine that this would not be the case in summer (guessing though). If it’s open, campsite #18 is prime. Great access to Crater Lake and other nearby interesting walks and the natural bridge. Also warmer and greener because lower elevation. Would definitely recommend if you want some peaceful, forested relaxation.

  2. David Fonebone

    Went up on a Wednesday to scope it out. Only 1.5 hours from home. Camp Hose is a jerk. Acted like I was bothering him: “Whadda ya need?!” Asked how much: “$21 a night”. Ouch! Just last year (September) I was told it was $18…
    Asked him about his pile of firewood for sale: “$8 each”. Ouch again! That’s about a buck and a dime a board.
    Went up to camp the next day. Firewood was suddenly NINE dollars each! I said: “Went up a buck overnight, huh?” No comment from the “friendly” host. Bought one but brought a bunch of Madrone which is kind of hard to get going without lighter (soft) wood. Got #18, probably one of the best spots but at an intersection in the road so a lot of vehicle traffic and people walking dogs, making our dog bark. Would do it again but ignore the “friendly” host since you pay and drop the dough in a box. Take your unburned firewood with you or give it to another camper because the “friendly” host will pick it up and resell it!

  3. Sam

    We are heading up to Union Creek Campground and heard that no camp fires are allowed right now. Anyone have insight to that rumor?

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