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RE: Trillium Lake Campground, Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

Thanks everyone for your help. Yeah we have checked on Campendium, looked at the photos on campsitephotos.com, Google Maps, Google Earth Pro, Rec.gov and I'm sure some others. We've done pertnear a gazillion searches. Just thought maybe someone on here had actually been there and knew the sites. We'll endeavor To persevere. Thanks
milo 02/13/20 06:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trillium Lake Campground, Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

USFS "Facilities: The campground offers dozens of single and double sites for tent and RV camping. Some first-come, first-served sites are available, as well as some fully accessible sites. Parking surfaces are mostly paved, but some are gravel. Each site is equipped with a table and campfire ring with grill. Accessible vault toilets and drinking water are provided. An accessible picnic shelter is adjacent and can accommodate up to 30 people. Parking is available. An accessible amphitheater within the campground can be reserved for day use and can accommodate up to 30 people. Educational programs are held on weekends throughout the summer." Here is a hint, to get that info I highlighted the name of the CG in your post, right clicked it, selected Search Google. And the first hit in the list was this. Try that next time. The reservation site will have individual stats on each campsite. Or use google maps. agesilaus, Thanks for your time but you know what...I did that. I went thru 1/2 dozen googled sites + the USFS site. But I was asking "Does anyone have any KNOWLEDGE of the sites". You know like has anyone actually been there and seen the sites.
milo 02/11/20 06:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Trillium Lake Campground, Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

Good Evening; DW and I are in need of some help please. Last September we stayed at Oak Fork campground at Timothy Lake. The site we booked, the 5er would not fit in it and we were lucky there was one open we did fit in. This year all the sites but 3 were already booked and I got aced out of the last 3 this morning at opening bell. Trillium Lake Campground just north of Oak Fork campground still has 4 or 5 sites left. Question ...Does anybody have any knowledge of what the sites are like. We have a 30ft. 5th wheel and I'm not to keen on pulling into a forest service campground 4,000 miles from home out in the middle of nowhere, hoping our rig will fit in to a particular space sight unseen. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Milo
milo 02/10/20 05:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Bow Lake 55+ Residential Community in Seatac Wa

Thanks ScottG & 2scootn, I finally found those 2 not so stellar reviews on a yahoo site. Was just checking to see if anyone had accidentally stayed there but so far no one has admitted it...lol.
milo 12/19/19 06:25am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Bow Lake 55+ Residential Community in Seatac Wa

Looking for feed back on this 55+ RV park. I've searched on here, RV Park Reviews, RV Parky, Campendium & Trip Adviser ...nothing, no reviews. If anybody has stayed at this RV park we'd like your opinion of it. We stayed at the KOA in Kent Wa last fall, so we're looking for reviews on this Bow Lake 55+ Residential park for a possible stay this coming September. Also if there are any other parks in close proximity of Kent Wa please let us know. Thank you Milo
milo 12/17/19 08:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: West Rim Drive ... Crater Lake NP ?

Thanks for all your replies. It's a big help. Roy&Lynne ... Thanks .... Went to see the High Desert Museum a few years ago when we stayed at Cascade Meadows RV Resort just north of La Pine as we traveled southbound from Hood River down through Klamath Falls. Yes Madras is a planned gas stop but we'll leave 97 just north of Madras and head up 26 as we are planning on staying at the Oak Forks CG south of Government Camp. Milo
milo 07/27/19 10:26am Roads and Routes
West Rim Drive ... Crater Lake NP ?

Did some searching but no find any info on here. DW & I are gonna be headed up through central Oregon from the Lassen Volcanic NP area the first part of September. We plan on staying 3 nights at Mazama Village CG at Crater Lake NP. When we leave out of there we plan on continuing to head up hiway 97 through Bend and up to a campground near Government Camp Oregon and then on into Washington. My question is... When we leave out of Mazama Village, hoping we don't have to back track down through Ft. Klamath toward Chiloguin, how is the West Rim Drive north around the Crater pulling a 30 ft. 5er? Mountain driving is no problem as we do 70-80% of our towing in the Southern Rockies of Southwestern Colorado (8-10,000 ft elevations). Just asking bout what kind of road it is and would anyone for see any potential dangers towing on that road. In other words is it anything like Hiway 550 between Silverton & Ouray Colorado cuz I aren't allowed to tow over that stretch of hiway (DW says). But we have been towing all over the other mountainous hiways this country has to offer. P.S. I do consult our copy of Mountain Directory West bunches in our travels but nothing on that road. Thanks Milo
milo 07/24/19 03:19pm Roads and Routes
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