Oregon Trail Fact: Pioneers could purchase a pound of bacon for a penny. The pioneers with excess bacon considered it worthless and dumped along side of the road. One pioneer reported seeing ten tons of abandoned bacon in one pile
The campground is open all year. If you are camping with us in the winter months help is available to winterize your RV to prevent frozen pipes both to your RV and to the campgrounds water lines.
To make an online reservation just click RESERVATIONS button. Its that simple
All RV's must be self contained in the off season.
Restroom facilities closed from Labor Day until May Memorial day
Anytime shorter price will be
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Group cookouts available. Let us know how many and we will do all the work for you while you enjoy your stay.
You can hike the winding trail that takes you to the base of Chimney Rock through ravines and canyons pioneers once walked.
There is a "history" mystery located at the end of the winding trail. Remember what you see, then stop in Settlers Trading Post to reveal your answer. If you are correct you will receive a 50% discount off of a fresh waffle cone.
Ezra Meeker, (December 29, 1830-December 3, 1928) at the base of Chimney Rock with his oxen Dave and Dandy. In his 70's he worked diligently to memorialize the historic Oregon Trail with markers so future generations would always remember the patriotic pathway of the pioneers.
Tipi designed and hand painted by the owners. The view is amazing, especially at night with Chimney Rock bathed on a sea of lights. It is a must see.