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Oregon National Guard - Camp Rilea Campground

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Directions:
From Astoria, Oregon (start of Youngs Bay Bridge) take US-26 West for approx. 5.6 miles to Camp Rilea Rd. Right on Camp Rilea Rd. for approx. 0.6 miles .

Telephone:  (503) 836-4052

Season:  All year

Reservations:  Accepted 90 Days in advance

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RV Sites 10 W/S/E Cable T/V        -      -

Notes: 15 day Maximum Stay. Small Shoppette on Post and Commissary available in Astoria, OR.

 

Please call 503-861-4052 for other housing opportunities?


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Oregon Air National Guard - Kingsley Field Campground
 
Kingsley Field Campground Weblink

Directions:
Located in Kalamath Falls OR, 20 miles from the California boarder and 110 miles from Eugene OR, Options for travel to Kingsley Field include Rt 126E from Eugene to Rt 380, or from I 5 to I 97 to Rt 126E to Rt 380 toward Kalamath Falls.

Telephone:  (541) 885-6365

Season:  All year

Reservations:  Call for availability.

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RV Sites 10 W/E        -      -

Notes: If staying over 14 days, approval must be obtained through SPTG/CCE, (541) 885-6198.   Pets must be on a leash at all times. Do not tie up to trees, leave them unattended, or allow disruption of your neighbors. Be sure to clean up after your pet. GRAY WATER: A dump station is available and must be washed after use. No RV or car washing is allowed.


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