Overview of Thousand Springs Sno-Park
14-day camping is allowed from May-October. Oregon Sno-Park Permit is required between Nov. 1 and April 30.
Longest RV Reported: 22 feet (Travel Trailer)
Reported by thebrisnos on 7/15/2019
Pad Type asphalt
Elevation 4,396 ft / 1,339 m
Max Stay 14
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Reviews of Thousand Springs Sno-Park 1 person has reviewed this location.
“Quiet stop close to Crater Lake.”
Great stop on our way to Crater Lake. It is basically just an open parking lot in the summer which is exactly what we needed. Only one other vehicle in the huge space. Nice wooded area surrounding the lot makes you feel like you're off the beaten path. We only heard a couple cars go by the while time we were there.
thebrisnos would stay here again
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- dry camping
- recreation trail
- restrooms: vault
Terrible Winds & Park Staff!!!
Just about the closet hookups to Crater Lake. Be ready for mosquitoes!
Camp management is awful, black dirt mixed with pine needles is awful.
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