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Milo McIver State Park in Oregon
Milo McIver State Park is located in northwestern Oregon just 45 minutes from Portland and a little over 2 hours from the beautiful Oregon coastline.
The park is along the scenic Clackamas River where kayak, rafting, and canoing enthusiasts can challenge themselves.
They include: - hiking trails, one of which is a self guided bat trail with bat houses and several stations to stop and learn about the bats (click here for a brochure explaining the bat trail) - biking trails - horseback riding trails - model airplane field - boat and raft access ramp - an Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife fish hatchery that raises and releases over a million Chinook salmon each year - a 27 hole disc golf course (discs are available at the park for rent or purchase) - pet exercise area - Civil War enactment every September that over 300 actors participate in - bird watching - nature watching - fishing - evening and interpretive programs at various times of the year
The campground has an RV waste dump site, phones, showers, restrooms, handicap accessible campsites and group campsites.
The campground is open from mid March to October 30. There are 44 electrical campsites, 9 walk in tent sites, 1 hiker/biker site, and 3 group tent sites. To view a map of the campground, click here.
To view a map/brochure of the park, click here.
Pets are allowed in the campground but they need to be controlled at all times. When outdoors they need to be on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
Reservations can be made from 2 days to 9 months in advance. Reservations can be made online through the Reserve America reservation system or by calling 800.452.5687.
There are fees for day use of the park and for camping.
For more information on the park, visit their website by clicking here or calling 800.551.6949 or 503.630.7150