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Spring Drive RV Campground

Mt Hood National Forest

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Keeps Mill Road Maupin, OR 97037 541-467-2291 503-668-1700 Reservations: 877-444-6777 Official Website

GPS: 45.1253, -121.5325

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Overview of Spring Drive RV Campground

Number of Sites 8

Reservations yes

Elevation 3,248 ft / 989 m

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Reviews of Spring Drive RV Campground 2 people have reviewed this location.

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Last reported 1/4/2020
45 reviews
“Nice park big spacious Private Sites”

Reviewed 1/4/2020

Nightly rate: $16
Days stayed: 8
Site Number: 6
Overall Rating

We had a big site, your neighbors are so far away you can't see them or hear them. Nothing to do in the campground but so much to do around here. We had full hook up and with the Lifetime senior pass we got half off the original price. The water was broken they brought in trucks with water & filled up our tank along with put a fill tank location when you entered for people coming in.

This campground doesn't have many sites, its so quiet, loved it. Mt. Hood Winery was so nice, great wine. We drove to the Columbia river gorge, beautiful area, bought some local smoked salmon there, Bonneville dam, Multnomah falls, then hit the Mt. Hood Winery and a few others on the way back to camp.

Close by Frog lake, beautiful place & good for Kayaking. Small but nice, eagles, ospreys & fishing. Went to Trillaum lake beautiful but very busy. Also close by is Timothy lake about 25 miles from our campground great for Kayaking. There's several places you can put the kayak in depending on the wind you have options. There is camping there too, nice lake. Lots of trout to be caught. Close to our campsite a small road we turned off on & found a creek. My husband did some fly fishing but no catch.

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Verizon 4G/LTE

Justchillin would stay here again

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Mike and Holly
Bend, OR 24' Creekside 20FQ Ford F150 3.5L Ecoboost
33 reviews
“A Forest Service campground with full hookups!”

Reviewed 8/25/2018

Nightly rate: $30
Days stayed: 6
Site Number: 3
Overall Rating

That's right, 20, 30 and 50 amp electrical with water and sewer. This is the first Forest Service campground we have stayed in with hookups. The campground is not on a river or lake. There are no towns nearby. The main attractions are the towering trees and hiking trails.

There is access to a Forest Service road at site 5. The campground is fenced but there is a small gate that can be opened just before reaching the road from site 5. The road is a nice hike and also leads to other hiking trails.

There are only 10 campsites but they are long, wide and private. Our favorite sites were 6 and 7. Our site 3 was OK but had the sewer connection on the wrong side of the site. Sites are gravel and close to level. All sites will accommodate any size rig. The campground is very quiet with the exception of an occasional car or truck passing by on Hwy 216.

There is a small brown building at most of the campsites. In the past, these were bunkhouses used by Forest Service employees. They are now empty.

The only negative about this campground is the lack of cell signal. There is no Verizon or AT&T signal unless using a booster. Even with our booster we only had a 1x signal with Verizon and no AT&T signal. Using the booster we could send and receive text messages but could not make phone calls. To get a Verizon 4G signal, drive 3 miles east on Hwy 216 to the "Leaving Mt. Hood National Forest" sign. There is a large pull off on the south side of the road where we could make calls and use the internet.

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Mike and Holly would stay here again

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  • 30 Amp
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
  • recreation trail
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
  • trash
  • water available
  • pets
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