Reserve your campsite at Collier Memorial State Park (2012)


Spring Creek in Collier Memorial State Park, Oregon

Spring Creek and the Williamson River converge near the campground.

Reservations are now accepted for the RV sites in B Loop at  Collier Memorial State Park. The tent and RV sites in A Loop remain open to first-come, first-served campers.

“The combination of reservations and first-come, first-served sites  provides the best service to all our customers,” said Park Manager JR Collier.  “Many of our visitors want to be guaranteed a site. At the same time, campers making last-minute plans may still find a site in our first-come, first-served loop.”

Call 1-800-452-5687 or go online to make reservations for arrival dates beginning May 1, 2012 .

Collier Memorial State Park (park info, map & driving directions)

Collier Memorial State Park campground, Oregon

Collier Memorial State Park is 35 miles north of Klamath Falls and just 25 miles southeast of Crater Lake National Park. The campground is open seasonally mid-April-October.

Posted on January 11, 2012, in state parks and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. What’s up with Collier State Park managed by Mr. Collier? there must be a story here. Please explain.

    • Just coincidence! The first lands acquired for the park were given in 1945 by Alfred and Andrew Collier of Klamath Falls as a memorial to their parents, Charles Morse Collier and Janet McCormack Collier. The Colliers gave additional land and helped acquire other land up through 1962. JR Collier isn’t related to this family, but we know he takes a lot of pride in “his” park!

  2. Well, as usual, those with pets take over the parks. Now I can’t stay in a yurt because I am allergic to cats. I guess pets are more important than human beings.

  3. Your pets policy is terrific — good balance between those who treat pets as family and those who for whatever reason prefer not to be around them. Thank you!

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