Fun for All Seasons in Oregon and Washington with Hoodoo Recreation

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March 31, 2018

Hoodoo RecreationWhether you’re a tent camper looking for a perfect spot in a National Forest campground, a snow skier looking for a spot to park your RV or an RVer looking to enjoy the weather and scenery of the  Cascades. – Hoodoo Recreation has you covered.

Hoodoo manages more than 3,000  Forest Service RV and tent camping sites in various national forests throughout Oregon and Washington. In addition, Hoodoo owns Ski Hoodoo just west of Bend, OR, and four Good Sam parks in the Oregon cascades.  And, for those looking to experience the outdoors but without an RV, there’s Hoodoo’s Cascade Lake lodge with cabins, dining and water activities.

All your choices can be found at HoodooRecreation.com and reservations can be made there too.

Good Sam Parks in the Cascades

In Oregon, Hoodoo offers four RVing opportunities at its Good Sam parks located in the Cascades. Camp Sherman to the east sits at a lower elevation than most, is open year-round and offers early spring access to fishing the Metolius River Basin. Wi-Fi is available in the park. Some sites are full hook-up.

Further west, Patio RV Park also is open year-round but with limited facilities in the winter. Located on the McKenzie River, with waterfalls and fishing, Patio welcomes RVers for short and longer-term stays. Offering carports, storage sheds, cable and garbage service – and Wi-Fi of course and full hookups.

Hoodoo Recreation - grassy spot with benchesOn the western slope of the Cascades, a short distance from Eugene, Dexter Shores sits across the rod from beautiful Dexter Lake. Boat ramps are just a short distance away. The welcoming deck outside the clubhouse offers great views of the lake and the park prides itself on its grassy areas and trees. Dexter Shores is a perfect spot to sit and relax, tour the area’s covered bridge or enjoy the library, pool table and arts and crafts areas. Some full hook-up sites.  Wi-fi at all overnight sites is available.

Back on the eastern slope, west of the town of Crescent, Crescent Junction offers shady but open, paved, full-hookup sites. Just down the road is Crescent Lake and the Crescent Lake Resort with 21 cabins. The resort offers boat slip rentals and rentals of all sorts of watersport equipment from boats to personal watercraft to paddle boards, kayaks and water cycles. The full-service Pines Bar & Grill serves breakfast, lunch and dinner Thursdays through Sundays during the summer.  There is also a full cocktail bar and televisions for sports enthusiasts. All resort facilities are open to guests at Crescent Junction RV Park.

So visit us at HoodooRecreation.com and learn more about camping the Hoodoo Way.

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  1. Anonymous

    Just heard Hoodoo Recreation lost it’s contract with the Forest Service in Central Oregon to manage about 150 campgrounds? Is this true?