Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area, Crater Lake National Park

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Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area is a state park located on the Rogue River approximately 40 miles (64 km) from Crater Lake National Park and 35 miles (56 km) northeast of Medford in Jackson County, southern Oregon. It is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Campsites are provided overlooking the Lost Creek Reservoir.
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  • Evaluation ordered at Lassen volcanic National Park (Lake Manzanita area) in CA. Park closed. Traveled NW and found this Park on route 62 south of Crater lake headed to interstate 5. Friendly... 
    Evaluation ordered at Lassen volcanic National Park (Lake Manzanita area) in CA. Park closed. Traveled NW and found this Park on route 62 south of Crater lake headed to interstate 5. Friendly...  more »
  • Been coming here for 13 years. Great place but sad to say after this trip probably not again. The state is now charging extra 30% to all out of state RVers. Regular rate $25 and if you are out of... 
    Been coming here for 13 years. Great place but sad to say after this trip probably not again. The state is now charging extra 30% to all out of state RVers. Regular rate $25 and if you are out of...  more »
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  • Someone had passed and we got the whole family together to go and celebrate their life. It's a first come first serve kind of park. Once we got there, we started the barbecue and got everything together including a memorial board. Then some so-called Church moves in and tells us that they have reserved the space that we are on, which we know is absolute bull on account of the area being first come, first serve. Rather than arguing with a bunch of people who wouldn't know what Jesus would do if he showed them, we moved to the area next to it which was absolutely flooded from a broken sprinkler line. Mud everywhere. I wish I remembered the name of that church so I could put them on blast. They're Minister was pretending to be understanding while he was lying to us about the reservation. Other than that experience, and the broken water main which made everything up muddy mess, the Park was okay.
  • Love our stay at this lovely campground. Meticulously well kept. Friendly staff. Great location near Crater Lake.

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