Area Status: Closed
Riverside Campground is an excellent outdoor retreat designed for campers more interested in a remote experience. Guests are greeted with grand, mature cedars and Douglas fir trees as they drive into the 37 site campground. The campground is comprised of two sections. The southeast (upriver) section has more secluded sites on a bluff overlooking the river. Northwest (downriver) sites have partial shade and a more open setting. Drinking water spigots can be found throughout the campground. Waste grey water disposal sites are provided. Firewood is available for sale on-site.
The Coffin Mountain Trail Area is located nearby, with splendid trails to explore like the Coffin Lookout and Bugaboo Ridge Trails. Anglers enjoy fishing for rainbow trout on the river. Hikers looking for a challenging trail will enjoy the Minto Mountain Trail. The Marion Forks Fish Hatchery, along Marion and Horn Creeks, is an interesting place to visit. Here, visitors can see rainbow trout, summer steelhead and spring chinook being harvested.
At a Glance
||Detroit Ranger District: Campground closed through May 18, 2017
||Reserve online at www.recreation.gov or phone 1.877.444.6777
||Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water
||Campsite must be occupied every night paid
*Multiple Campsites have two tables*
- Single Campsites - $16 per night
- Multiple Campsites - - per night*
- Extra Vehicles - $7 per vehicle, per night
- Day Use - $7 per vehicle, per day
||5/19/2017 - 9/10/2017
- 14 day stay limit
- Maximum trailer length 24 feet
- Check-in time: 2:00 pm or later. Check-out time: 1:00 pm
- Use of chainsaws in campground is prohibited
- Dogs MUST be on a leash at all times within the campground
- Marion Forks, Oregon (1.9 miles)
- Idanha, Oregon (9.8 miles)
- Detroit, Oregon (14.1 miles)
||Vault Toilets (3)
||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.
||American Land & Leisure
||Detroit Ranger Station
14.1 miles southeast of Detroit, Oregon
From Detroit, Oregon, travel east on State Highway 22 for 14.1 miles to Riverside Campground. Campground is on right.
Parking is limited in most campsites. Please be aware that overnight campers have priority in the campsite parking.
Fire rings, firewood available
Campground host onsite
Read about camping rules, regulations and camping tips on our Camping Rules & Things to Know page.