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River Mountain RV Park: Idanha, Oregon

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September 7, 2023

River Mountain RV Park is located on the North Fork of the Santiam River in Idanha, Oregon. This forest retreat offers spectacular views of Mount Jefferson and easy access to popular attractions and amazing outdoor recreation. As a year-round park, River Mountain is the perfect destination during the heat of summer and the snow-filled winter months. Families and couples love the friendly atmosphere, relaxing environment, and breathtaking scenery.

Experience River Mountain RV Park

At River Mountain RV Park, campers can choose from 24 full hookup RV sites, lovely tent sites along the river, or comfortable cabins and trailers. All of the tent sites are spacious enough for 2 tents. Two cabins are available, one small and one large, for those who want to be close to nature but still enjoy the comforts of home.

Campers have access to fire pits, picnic tables, laundry facilities, a playground, bathrooms, showers, drinkable water, and free Wifi. Pets are allowed at both RV sites and tent sites.

Attractions near Idanha, Oregon

River Mountain is located in the stunning Cascade Mountain Range near Breitenbush Hot Springs, Hoo-Doo Ski Bowl, Mount Jefferson, and Santiam State Forest. Mount Hood, Mount Bachelor, and the Willamette National Forest are all great day trips from the park.

Hiking, fishing, ATVing, biking, kayaking, whitewater rafting, and winter sports are all popular activities near in and around Idanha. For those who bring along boats, Detroit Lake is only 3 miles from the park. Guests can also spend the day around camp relaxing, taking in the views, and meeting new friends around the campfire.

Book Your Stay At River Mountain RV Park

Ready for a camping adventure in Oregon? Whether you are searching for a cozy cabin, a spacious RV site, or a tent site on the river, you will find it at River Mountain! Book your stay today on Camp Native and start planning your getaway!

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