Cold Springs Resort And Rv Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCold Springs Resort And Rv Park Camp Sherman
This is a nice place to stay, the people are very pleasant. I don't know if I would come back in the cold months because of water freezing problems. Make sure your water tank is full if you do. It would be great in the summer months.
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Travel Blogs from Camp Sherman
... no vegetation to break things up. A few hours later, you'd never know it happened. The sun was out and the trail was dry. So were we until Russell Creek. That was a high flow high volume snow melt canyon ice cold creek that we spent an hour deciding how best to cross and where only to ford it directly across the first place we encountered it. Cold creek with high adrenaline, fading ...
... a gorgeous sunny day, with blue skies. It was an easy short walk with great views. Once we reached the head of the river, we could see Mt. Jefferson in the distance making a picturesque view. We snapped a few good shots, and then headed on to Camp Sherman, which is the little town nearby. Gabe remembered exactly how to get there. We pulled into the general store, and it was hopping. Lots of people. We decided to pick up a bottle of wine and some ...
... this is nearly a national sport. So we drive on to the Metolius River still in search of a place to sleep. We check all the campgrounds on that 9 miles long river. One has two free spots. I want to stay, David wants to find better. It’s 9pm. Stubborn as he is we drive on to the next campground which is full. My turn. We drive back to the one having still two ...
... in these waters, many pioneers floated their wagons down these rapids, Native Americans fished for salmon with traditional long-poled nets for 10,000 years, salmon fought their way upstream for eons to spawn upriver. The river was wide and churning with frothy waves in The Dalles--extremely windy and we picnicked in the amazing wind. However, this century has brought a number of dams and ...
... I chose the wrong ones and I lost the trail. The fog was starting to lift so I headed back to where I started when I saw some other hikers about a hundred yards away sliding down the snow towards the trail. Thank God because that would have sucked to get ...