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Salmonberry Park Campground: Seasonal Park Separated from Highway by River
The park is open all year, but the campground is only open to overnight stays from mid-May to mid-October. The campground (but not the day use area) is closed the rest of the year.
The camp sites have no hookup connections, and are simple paved spots with a picnic table.
However, at $20 a night you will not find a cheaper place to stay with similar facilities this close to Alsea.
The campground is first-come first-served and no reservations are taken.
There are 13 trailer sites and 15 tent sites, but I didn't see any significant difference between the tent sites and the trailer sites. Both are $20.
Showers are coin operated and cost $0.25 so bring some coins.
Also, firewood is not officially available at the campground, but there are some places along highway 34 that sell local wood from time to time for use in the campgrounds.
While it is close to the highway, the campground is far enough from the highway that traffic noise isn't severe. Also, it is close to the rushing water of the Alsea River, which covers up traffic and other noises. You can still here the occasional loud vehicle, but it isn't as if you are spending the night severely close to lots of traffic.
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