The Spring Drive RV Campground is a family-friendly destination in Maupin, Oregon. It's conveniently located near all sorts of wilderness spots and recreational activities, and the campground itself sits among tall trees in the Mount Hood National Forest. Campsites are spacious, and the campground is easily accessible off of Highway 216. You can bring your pooch along to enjoy this campground, but be sure to keep them on a leash when they aren't in your vehicle. Always clean up after your pet and be mindful of other campers.
Each site at Spring Drive is well-spaced and comes with full electric hookups, which isn't common at many national forest campgrounds. Your site will also come with a picnic table and a campfire ring and grill. There are no toilets or drinking water available, other than the water hookups. Visitors should note that cell phone reception is poor so you may need to drive a short ways away to make phone calls.
This secluded campground is rugged and peaceful, making it ideal for campers who want a simple getaway where they can enjoy the outdoors. There are several hiking trails and plenty of breathtaking scenery surrounding the campground, but not much else. Anglers can try their luck fishing in the mountain streams around the campground, and there are also several beautiful picnicking spots to choose from. Campers can also head to nearby Government Camp where they can ski even during the summer, rock climb, raft, horseback ride, and mountain bike.
Tent camping is not allowed at the Spring Drive RV Campground, and if you bring a second vehicle, you'll be subject to an extra $8 fee per day. You can get your spot at the Spring Drive RV Campground for only $29 a day, and day passes for national parks in Washington and Oregon are $5 a day. If you camp on a holiday weekend, your site will cost another $2 a day, and you'll want to book your spot ahead of time so you don't miss out on this pawesome campground!