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Edson Creek Camping

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Address:

Coos Bay District Office 1300 Airport Lane North Bend, OR 97459

Latitude/Longitude:
42.815155, -124.410274
Directions:

From Port Orford, Oregon, travel north 5 miles on U.S. Highway 101 or from Bandon, Oregon travel south 25 miles on U.S. Highway 101. From U.S. Highway 101, turn east onto Sixes River Road. Travel approximately 4 miles, and turn left before you cross the Edson Creek Bridge.

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Fee Description:

$8 per night, $4 per extra vehicle, $30 per night for group site, $2 day use area.

BOATING
CAMPING
DAY USE AREA
FISHING
PICNICKING
SWIMMING

Edson Creek Camping

Overview:

Escape the fog and wind and set-up your tent in the sunny meadow next to Edson Creek. Tall alder trees mixed with myrtle, big-leaf maple and Oregon ash flank the open meadows. The campground is located at the confluence of Edson Creek and Sixes River, offering a popular swimming and fishing spot. A boat launch is located across the road from Edson Creek Campground in the day-use area.

Know Before You Go:

  • Open Memorial Day to September 30.
  • 27 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings; first come, first serve.
  • 5 group sites, accommodating 25 to 200 people. To reserve a group site visit www.recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777.
  • America the Beautiful Pass accepted.
  • Campground Host on site.
  • Drinking Water available.

Point of Interest:

Watch Out – Poison oak is common at Edson Creek. Look for the plant’s distinctive, often glossy leaves with three leaflets. Dogs must be on a leash.

Accessibility Description (ABA/ADA):
Restrooms and Campsites