OR - Chamopeg State Park Site B-6

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  1. johno97007

    johno97007 New Member

    Oct 15, 2006
    Avoid this site like the plague. It's downhill from the restrooms and during heavy rain the water that runs through the campsite smells like a sewer. The rest of the loop is probably just fine.


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  2. phager

    phager New Member

    Apr 27, 2007
    The wife and I just spent last weekend in Champoeg in the "A" loop however. To be honest, I'd avoind the whole campground. The sites are small, there's virtually no privacy and very few trees in either loop.

    The park does have some nice family type events and a very nice fishing dock, but I'd recommend staying somewhere else and just visiting the park seperately.

  3. TammyJ

    TammyJ New Member

    Aug 29, 2008
    thanks for the info! we will remember that in the future...

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  4. jhornsby3

    jhornsby3 New Member

    Jun 6, 2014
    Over many years living in the Yamhill County area, This has been a fun place to go. We have only had one issue with this camp ground when we got asked to leave when there was a Geocacheing event the same weekend we planned on going.

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