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Susan Creek Campground, Roseburg

4.2
#6 of 8 in Parks in Roseburg
Biking Trail · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
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Susan Creek Campground reviews

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  • The campground was beautiful and we had a great site. All of the facilities were well maintained. Too bad the 2020 fire damaged so much of the surrounding area. 
    The campground was beautiful and we had a great site. All of the facilities were well maintained. Too bad the 2020 fire damaged so much of the surrounding area.  more »
  • Contrary to other reviews we did not find it crowded. There is enough vegetation between sites for some privacy. The campground is in the middle of a massive burn scar but they were able to protect... 
    Contrary to other reviews we did not find it crowded. There is enough vegetation between sites for some privacy. The campground is in the middle of a massive burn scar but they were able to protect...  more »
  • We thoroughly enjoyed our first time camping here. I've read other reviews where there were complaints of noise so maybe we got lucky that this place was filled the whole time we were there but it... 
    We thoroughly enjoyed our first time camping here. I've read other reviews where there were complaints of noise so maybe we got lucky that this place was filled the whole time we were there but it...  more »
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  • Great campsite with good amenities and access for all types of campers. Each site was paved and had stones carving out the area for setting up camp. The forest floor was blocked off with wooden posts as a barrier between us and the thick plants and bushes. It's next to the river, with a few access trails directly to the water. The area did have a decent amount of mosquitoes though. We stayed at site #14, which was pretty central. It connected to the site across unfortunately, but we had nice neighbors. While not a rowdy campground, it was not exactly quiet and peaceful. Lots of kids, families and friends gathering in groups and the close proximity of sites doesn't lend too much privacy. Still a fun campground that had free hot showers, running water, plenty of trash and places to dispose of waste water. A bundle of firewood was dry and affordable too. The campground host was friendly and helpful, plus they had brochures for waterfalls along HWY 138. Last but not least, I have T-Mobile and did not have service out here.
  • One of my favorite campgrounds. Nice fairly level pads and well maintained sites and they have free hot showers! The campground is set right along the north Umpqua River. There's a little road noise but it really quiets down at dusk.
  • What a beautiful & serene campground. I hope & pray it doesn't get burned away, like all the other campgrounds, that surround it have. Little amphitheatre, a short walk to the water, horseshoe pits, lots of firewood to buy, (when & if we are allowed to have campfires again) super clean & tidy bathrooms, showers are not able to be used right now, showers are closed until further notice, this may be a Covid thing. The camp sites are very spacious & lots of parking. Due to the Jack fire, the campground may also be closed now. It was open on Tuesday & all spots had been reserved or were occupied. I can't wait for these forest fires to end, it all breaks my heart deeply. The loss of lives, homes, land & livelihoods is quite sad. This campground is on the top of my list to visit, once all is well. Bless the Firefighters, the Camp Hosts & Camper's to keep them all safe. I have also included some photos of the surrounding area that was burned previously, as well as smoke clouds from the current Jack Fire.
  • Nice spot with flush toilets and showers. Plenty of campsites that are close, but plenty of trees and shrubs for quiet. We looked at sites 6 and 7. They had a beautiful set up on the creek, close to the trailhead to go to the Susan falls area, but they were by the entry away from the bathrooms so we got spot 22 in the back. Right by the horseshoes and "amphitheater" with a short walk to the creek. It was right by the bathrooms, but that just meant we had lights skimming on us all night. We'r would still book thre same spot tho...
  • Very tidy and well-maintained campground with clean, hot showers. Most sites provide decent privacy. There are great trails from the campground to hike along the river. The hosts keep things in great shape and try to maintain a quiet, relaxing atmosphere for campers, which is much appreciated! We've already booked our next stay.

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