Eagle Rock Campground
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Eagle Rock Campground offers easy access to the North Umpqua River and scenic vistas of some outstanding rock formations. Eagle Rock, for which the campground is named, and Rattlesnake Rock tower above the campground. The site is adjacent to the Boulder Creek Wilderness.
Facilities include well water with hand pump (iodinated), fireplaces, gray water waste sump, and garbage containers.