Skull Hollow Campground, Oregon

Top photo — Found a site with with plenty of sun for the solar panels, and shade for relaxing.

What an interesting day! We were going to have an easy 28 mile drive from Mecca Grade to Skull Hollow Campground, this drive turn into 79 miles with a lot of uncertainty.

Skull Hollow - National Grassland/Forest Service Campground, near Smith Rock SP: Site #72 (76 RV sites total) - This site has: no hookups or water available. Campground Notes: vault toilets • no dump station available • trails from campground • trails nearby • 4,700’ elevation. April 18th - 20th. Miles traveled: 79.
• No reservations — all sites first come, first serve.
• Many spacious sites, some with adequate shade.
• Good example of Central Oregon hight desert camping with an abundance of sagebrush & juniper trees.
• At times, some highway noise.

Overall Experience: Smile

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Skull Hollow Campground is a public campground located in the Crooked River National Grasslands in Central Oregon. The campground is situated at an elevation of approximately 3,500 feet and is surrounded by dense forest and rolling hills. It is a popular spot for hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. The campground has a total of 25 campsites, each of which is equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring. There are also several amenities available at the campground, including flush toilets and a seasonal drinking water supply. The campground is open seasonally, typically from May through October, and reservations are recommended. Fees are required for camping at Skull Hollow Campground, and campers must follow all National Forest Service regulations while staying at the campground.

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