Blackberry Campground is perched on a heavily wooded bluff among tall cedars and Douglas fir overlooking the Alsea River. Some of the 32 sites overlook the river and others are situated beside a large, manicured grassy field. Parking spurs are paved and each site is equipped with a campfire ring and picnic table. No dump station or electric hookups are available. The nearest dump station is in Waldport.
The Alsea River is a favorite spot for drift boating, and a boat ramp is located on-site. Anglers cast by boat or from shore for Coho and Chinook salmon and Steelhead trout. Crawfishing is also a popular activity. Swimming in the Alsea River is a popular summer activity.
The area is known for elk hunting, and the campground makes a great base camp for hunting parties.
At a Glance
Reserve online at www.recreation.gov or phone 1.877.444.6777.
From September 5, 2016 to May 18, 2017 all sites are first-come first-serve.
Camping: $24/Night for single unit, $7/Night for extra vehicle
Interagency Senior and Access Passes (and the Golden Age and Access Passes) may receive a 50% discount on the use fee for individual campsites. This discount does not apply to extra vehicle fee or multiple campsites