Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground

  • Address: Lower Nehalem Rd, Seaside, OR 97138, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-5033255451
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Camp, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Fishing

Located in the moss laden woods along the Nehalem River, the Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground is a primitive camping site offering activities like fishing, hiking and biking. The second-growth Douglas Fir woods are home to a plethora of birds like Hermit Warbler, Orange Crowned Warbler, Wilson’s Warbler, American Dipper, Grey Jay, Steller’s Jay, Chestnut Backed Chickadee and Golden Crowned Kinglet. There are 32 drive-in sites and 5 walk-in tent sites having access to the day use picnic area, sealed vault toilets and hand pumps for drinking water. Each of the picnic table offers a picnic table and a fire ring. The nearby Lost Lake is a favourite spot for fishing enthusiasts. It is a perfect summer retreat far from the madding crowd.

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  • Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground Address: Lower Nehalem Rd, Seaside, OR 97138, USA, United States
  • Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground Contact Number: +1-5033255451
  • Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground Price: Free
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  • Our new favorite places to camp. We liked it so much we had to squeeze one more trip in before the end of the year. Hopefully the water level comes back up

  • We went After season and still full! 12 spaces available. Rvs welcome.. Great place closer to home. Nice sites

  • If I could give it more stars, I would. I've never had a bad experience here. The camp host is an awesome guy, who keeps the campground tidy and the bathrooms well stocked. Great place to camp!

  • An awesome little spot not far from where we live! Perfect for a quick getaway.

  • Beautiful campground on the river. The most expensive tent site I have ever stayed at though. $20 a night is rough. The spruce run hike is a beautiful one through old growth ending at a lake. You can walk out into the lake on a number of grassy logs. The lake is loaded with newts.

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