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Overview of Boulder Oaks Campground

Number of Sites 30

Pad Type dirt

Open Seasonally June-Feb

Elevation 3,149 ft / 959 m

Max Stay 14

Max Length 27 ft

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Boulder Oaks Campground 2 people have reviewed this location.

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North Bend, WA
22' Outdoors RV Creekside FQ20 Titanium
Chevrolet Silverado Crew 1500
15 reviews
“Convenient for PCT access”

Reviewed 6/2/2019

Nightly rate: $14
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 9
Overall Rating

Located at mile 26.2 of the Pacific Crest Trail. Small (14 sites) NFS campground adjacent to an equestrian campground. Reservations not available. We arrived on a Thursday and no one here but by Saturday morning they were nearly full. Highway is very close. Sites are appropriately spaced. Pit toilet, water available in the campground, no site-specific services. Probably not great for larger rigs. No problem for 23’ TT. Back-in only. Bumpy dirt road, most sites require leveling.

Site Quality

NBDvh would stay here again

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3 reviews
“Quiet relaxed campground. Very easy access”

Reviewed 1/8/2018

Nightly rate: $14
Days stayed: 7
Site Number: 15
Overall Rating

Spent a week here. The campground has dirt roads and dirt pads. There was very little traffic, in fact, there were only 3 other campers over the course of 7 days. The park also functions as a staging area for horse trails as well as a parking spot for the PCT. As a result, there are some decent, easy hiking trails.

It's $14/night, and you're not getting much, but I figured it's worth it for the water supply and ease of access to the campground. They also have a $5/day vehicle fee, but we were exempt thanks to the 4th grader in our family. (4th graders get a free pass to all national parks/forests!)

Sites were clean. There's a dumpster near the entrance to the camping loops. Pit toilets weren't the nicest but got the job done.

Access is right off old CA-80, which runs parallel with I-8. The highway is relatively close, but the highway noise was barely noticeable.

Not a very strong signal from T-mobile, but incredible speeds. I'm currently getting 54 Mbps down and 11 Mbps upload speeds. We've learned that signal strength and speed aren't necessarily related. When I get a phone call my speed drops to 2g speeds, but then when I'm done it's right back up to the LTE speeds noted above.

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Tim & Sara would stay here again

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