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Quosatana Campground

 

Campground Description:  The Quosatana Campground is owned and operated by the Forest Service.  Quosatana Campground is one of the nicest full service Forest Service campground in southern Oregon.  It exists primarily for fishing the Rouge River and offers beautiful campsites for both tent camping and RV camping enthusiasts.  The campground consists of 2 loops.  The camping sites on the east loop are more open to the surrounding area and offer the chance to tell tall fishing stories to your neighbors.  The west loop is much more private with trees and shrubbery between each camping site.  All roads and camping sites are paved.  Wild turkey and deer can often be seen and are relatively tame.  Of course, never feed the wildlife!  Groceries, restaurants, services and sporting goods stores are all available in Gold Beach.  You can purchase fresh fish in Gold Beach and claim that you caught them yourself!  Open year round.  Reservations are not possible.  In the state of Oregon it is illegal to hold a camping site for another party.  Significant penalties apply.  Campground host resides at Quosatana year round.

Number of Sites:  43 RV camping or tent camping sites and 1 group site

Electricity:  No

Water:  Only at the fish cleaning station

Sewer:  No

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From Highway 101 southbound - travel south on Highway 101 and cross the bridge at the north end of Gold River.  At the southern base of the bridge turn left onto Jerry's Flat Road (also known as County Road 595) and follow for 14 miles to the entrance to Quosatana Campground.  The entrance is on the north (left) side of the road.  From Highway 101 northbound - travel north on Highway 101 through the town of Gold Beach.  At the northern end of town is a bridge that crosses the Rouge River.  Near the base of the bridge (do not cross the bridge) turn right onto Jerry's Flat Road (also known as County Road 595) and follow for 14 miles to the entrance to Quosatana Campground.  The entrance is on the north (left) side of the road.

Fishing:  This campground is every fisherman's dream.  A beautiful campground, a boat launch and a modern fish cleaning station - what more could a fisherman want?  Fish for Steelhead and Salmon, in season.  If the river foils your dreams of landing "the big one" then head back to Gold Beach for deep sea charters or a fishing guide.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Somewhat limited due to the surrounding trees but the large lawn area between the pay station and the dump station will work.  The exact location for computerized telescopes
is 42.4984° N, 124.2337° W

Nearby Golfing: 

Cedar Bend Golf Course
34391 Cedar Valley Rd
Gold Beach, OR 97444
(541) 247-6911
Cedar Bend Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
3040 Biddle Road
Medford, OR 97504
(541) 618-2200
Quosatana Campground

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The sign at the entrance to Quosatana Campground on the Rouge River

 
 
 
 

A map of Quosatana Campground showing the camping sites and other facilities

 
 
 
 

The restroom facilities at Quosatana Campground offer flush toilets but no showers

 
 
 
 

One of the typical tent camping or RV camping sites in the east loop at Quosatana Campground

 
 
 
 

The fish cleaning station at Quosatana Campground can get crowded

 
 
 
 

One of the typical tent camping or RV camping sites in the east loop at Quosatana Campground

 
 
 
 

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