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    Located in the scenic Willamette Valley region of western Oregon, Whitcomb Creek County Park offers breathtaking views as well as comfortable accommodations to its guests. Situated near Hwy 20 in Foster, the 328 acre park offers plenty of campsites on the forested shores of Green Peter Reservoir and is open from mid-April through mid-October. A convenient online reservation system will make planning your trip as easy as possible, and the activities available in and around camp will allow you to experience the best of the American northwest.

    Spectacular mountain views surround you as you enjoy sailing, fishing and water skiing on the water, with a boat ramp onto the Reservoir located just a mile from camp. Bring your speed boat, fishing boat and jet skis and enjoy the sparkling waters of this cool mountain lake. Hiking is ideal up in the mountains, where you will come face to face with the stunning flora and fauna of the region on the many trails that wind through the park.

    When you are ready to venture off-camp, be sure to visit the Larwood Covered Bridge in nearby Sweet Home, a lovely spot to take some photographs, hike and picnic. The region also hosts some fantastic festivals and events, including the Oregon Jamboree, an open air concert which offers delicious food and beer and wine gardens. The Sportsman's Holiday and Sweet Home Rodeo that takes place each July is another memorable event that has something for everyone. Whether you are visiting to get back to nature or enjoy the many events in the area, or both, the Whitcomb Creek County Park Campground will have you coming back to Foster year after year.
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    • Quiet Atmosphere
    • Family Park
    • Pets Welcome
    • BBQ Facilities
    • Tent Sites Available
    • ADA Accessible
    • Group Area
    • Groups Welcome
    • Forest Areas
    • Biker Friendly
    • Firewood Available
    • Clubs Welcome
    • Picnic Area
    • Rural Setting
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    • River
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    • Biking - Road
    • Swimming
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Bird Watching
    • Fly Fishing
    • Scenic Driving
    • Boating - Paddle
    • Water Skiing
    • Water Sports
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    • Sightseeing
    • Wildlife Viewing
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    Just some feedback and I think VERY important and should be addressed immediately.I recently went to the park website to make reservations and was frustrated thinking the park was full on weekends all year.after spending some time clicking around on dates I became frustrated and called the reservation phone number for the park.The staff member told me that the park had a three day minimum on holiday weekends and a two day minimum on all other weekends.THIS WOULD SEEM TO BE VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO POST CONSPICUOUSLY, IN SEVERAL PLACES! PLUS LIST THE YEARLY OPEN DATES FOR THE PARK! I bet allot of people give up without realizing this.the staff said it was posted somewhere but I still have not found this information!
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    happy camper

    stayed here many times and have always been happy with the campsites.
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    Not Satisfied

    This campground is a joke. Most of the tables are falling to pieces, covered in moss. There were at most eight tables that are usable. And there are at most six tent sites that aren't on a slope. The toilet was clean and they do empty the trash; other than that, this campground is a complete joke. There's no access to water unless you can traverse a hillside; absolutely no way for children to get to the water, and when you do get there, there's no beach--only boulders. Buyer beware. This campground isn't worth $5, much less the $550 I paid for it. What a waste of money. Oh yeah, we got smoked out from all the fires. I called to see what they expected from the smoke (knowing about the fires) and I was assured they expected clear skies. The children could barely breathe on the second day so we bagged it...and lost all that money. And, we were supposed to have the entire campground to ourselves (expected for $550!) but there were several squatters so we didn't. The squatters said they came out there all the time without paying. All in all, a complete waste of a LOT of money. I would never go back.
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