Saturday, September 30, 2023


This campground is top secret. Do you know where it is?

We know of an amazing, beautiful, free campground. The campsites are underneath three-tiered waterfalls, and they’re so private you can’t see your neighbors. There are doves that bring firewood straight to your door. The bears are so friendly they offer to cook and clean and wash the dishes. And the river is overflowing with trout – you don’t even need a fishing pole!

Now where is this paradise, you ask? Well… we can’t tell you. You know why? It’s a secret. (Unfortunately, it’s closed now, anyway, to provide for the protection of public health and safety and prevent the spread of COVID-19. BTW – We made up the amenities.)


Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.


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Sink Jaxon
2 years ago

In my dreams…ahhhhhhhhh

2 years ago

In an RVers after life. I remember there was almost such a place in Sedona Arizona with a river with beautiful trout abundant and my son catching one by hand.

Phil Lantz
2 years ago

That’s the campground posted in rv advertizing

Todd Burton
3 years ago

It’s in every ad, where manufactures market their perfectly built trouble free Rv’s.

Michael Theis
2 years ago
Reply to  Todd Burton

Dang Todd…you stole my answer!

3 years ago

South of Oakridge, OR on Rigdon Rd.

3 years ago
Reply to  Bobkat

Interestingly, it is by What Creek! Someone was creative in that area.

3 years ago

This campground used to be in a remote part of Washington State. Thanks to reduced attendance caused by the Corona Virus it is being forced to close. Fortunately a land developer is in the process of purchasing this pristine land very cheaply and will develop it to its full potential. I don’t know how they intend to do this, but I know this company is called “Clear cut logging corporation.” They also operate internationally with a major operation in the Amazon rain forest. This is likely to be a profitable undertaking as they are receiving taxpayer supported subsidies and low interest loans. LOL

3 years ago
Reply to  Pammy

Doesn’t that company own a restaurant? I remember the featured dish was “spotted owl”. I thought it tasted a lot like chicken!

Bill B
3 years ago

Middle Fork of Willamette River, Willamette National Forest, Oregon
3 years ago

Where? in your imagination!

Donald N Wright
3 years ago

Other side of the fence at Los Alamos, NM ?

Eric Ramey
3 years ago


3 years ago

The ferns scream Washington state.

RV Staff
3 years ago
Reply to  doug

That’s very close, Doug. 😉 —Diane at

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