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How much does it cost to camp at Oxbow Park?

How much does it cost to camp at Oxbow Park?

Oxbow Regional Park Campground

Oxbow Regional Park Campground Reservations
Wheelchair accessible sites: #8, 18, 26, 67 Accessible restrooms
Fees: All campsites- $22 per night (plus $8 reservation fee)
Campground Map: Oxbow Regional Park Campground Map
Campground Reservations: Oxbow Regional Park Campground Reservations

Is Oxbow Park open during Covid?

Oxbow is open 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Parking fee is $5 per car or $7 per bus (free with annual parking pass). Accessible picnic areas, campground restroom/shower buildings and some campsites. Alcohol and other intoxicants are not allowed.

Can you kayak at Oxbow Park?

This undammed river carves cliffs and creates beaches in the park as it carries snowmelt and glacial till from its source on Mount Hood. Float the river in a tube, boat or kayak.

How long is the sandy river float?

The Sandy River from Oxbow to Lewis & Clark is the perfect beginner run. Oxbow Regional Park to Dabney State Recreation Site is a 7-mile float that goes through swift-moving Class I rapids.

How to get free camping at Oxbow in Oregon?

Metro honors the Oregon State Parks special access pass for free camping in the campground. Call 503-663-4708 to set up an account and receive free camping. Metro does not reimburse past camping fees without receipt and proof of pass after the reservation has passed.

How big is the group camp at Oxbow?

Oxbow has two group camping areas available to nonprofit organizations, such as scouts and church groups. Group Camp Area 1 is a drive-in camp that can accommodate up to 150. Fires are permitted. Group Camp Area 2 is a remote, hike-in area for up to 35; nearest vehicle parking is approximately a quarter mile away.

How much does it cost to park at Oxbow?

Know when you go. Oxbow is open 6:30 a.m. to legal sunset. Parking fee is $5 per car or $7 per bus (free with annual pass). Accessible picnic areas, campground restroom/shower buildings and some campsites. Alcohol and other intoxicants are not allowed. Smoking and vaping are not allowed.

Where is the Snake River Campground in Oregon?

Campground is in front of the Snake River and the Oregon and Idaho state lines. Water and electric only at RV sites. RV dump station near RV park exit. Paved lanes and semi-level, paved RV pads.