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    Come camping along the beautiful Santiam River at Waterloo County Park, roughly half-way between Salem and Eugene, Oregon. Our 128-acre park offers superb facilities with our hiking trails, river access, playground, ball field, and four day use/group facilities. You can relax in the gazebo, go kayaking on the river, or play a game of Frisbee golf in the trees. This is the perfect place for a family reunion or get-together!

    Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Waterloo County Park is set off Highway 20, five miles east of Lebanon in lovely rural Oregon. Our Lebanon campground is open year-round, so you can enjoy Santiam River camping during any season of the year. Come take advantage of our 120 campsites, our off-leash dog area, and access to the gorgeous Cascade Mountains.

    Enjoy fishing for Chinook salmon and steelhead in the spring and fall, go inner-tubing or river swimming, or explore sparkling Waterloo Falls. We have two boat ramps, special play areas for the kids, and nearby attractions like the Larwood Covered Bridge, historic Moyer House, and the annual Strawberry Festival that's held each year in late May and early June. With lush woods, lazy farmland, and glimmering rivers making our countryside so lovely, we know you're going to enjoy your stay at Waterloo County Park in Lebanon, Oregon.
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    • Quiet Atmosphere
    • Family Park
    • Pets Welcome
    • BBQ Facilities
    • Dump Station
    • River
    • Tent Sites Available
    • ADA Accessible
    • Group Area
    • Groups Welcome
    • Seasonal Rates
    • Biker Friendly
    • Firewood Available
    • Clubs Welcome
    • Open Year Round
    • Picnic Area
    • Pavillion
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    • Biking - Road
    • Swimming
    • River Rafting
    • Fishing
    • Fly Fishing
    • Boating - Limited
    • Outdoor Games
    • Boating - Paddle
    • Playground
    • Wildlife Viewing
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    • Bird Watching
    • Sightseeing
    • Scenic Driving
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    A minusOverall Rating

    Nice park

    We spend a lot of weekends at Waterloo Park over the years. For the most part, the park is a really nice place to camp but lately it seems that the water issues aren't resolved 100%. The overall condition seems to be going downhill with trees needing trimmed to reduce damage to our trailer as well as others. I am sure that is as well as other items are a simple oversight which will be addressed and resolved soon. Overall, I will always stay at our local campground
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    A minusOverall Rating

    First Time

    This was our first time camping at this park and I have to say that overall we are very satisfied. The grounds are well maintained and the camp hosts/staff are very friendly. The other campers were friendly and courteous. the tables, fire rings, RV pads, dump station, and bathrooms were all in good working order. Lots for the kids and parents to do. The ONLY thing that really was a bit of a pain was the showers. It takes a very long time to get hot water and once the water warmed up it was TOO hot. Other than that the location (just outside of Lebanon) was terrific and so was our experience.
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    A minusOverall Rating

    Beautiful Campground With Park-like Setting

    We've stayed at Waterloo several times in 2017 since May. We've noticed some of the negative activity that has been posted in prior reviews. However, we have also observed that the staff, rangers, and hosts work tirelessly to keep things running smoothly. All are dedicated to the success of the park. The park is beautiful and is in very high demand in the summer months for camping as well as day use. The weekend crowds can push the facilities to their limits and tempers can flare up. Most of the problems that I observed could be avoided if visitors would odey the rules of the park, monitor their children's activities, keep their dogs on a leash, and be considerate of others. These problems are common everywhere, and are not the fault of the management. My suggestion is to try to visit during the week and avoid the crowds.
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