Skull Hollow Campground

Your RV not working out to stay at the Bivy?

 
Sprinter van campers at Skull Hollow Campground near Smith Rock State ParkOr you just want to build a campfire and can’t do so at Smith Rock State Park?

Maybe you just came to share ghost stories about its origin

 

Skull Hollow Campground near Smith Rock State ParkSkull Hollow Campground (aka The Grasslands) is 8 miles northeast of the main parking area at the park.

Fires are allowed, although firewood is virtually non- existent so you’ll need to bring your own.

The campground this year opens on March 4, 2016 and is generally open through November 15. The daily fee is $5 per campsite, and reservations are not accepted. 

campers at Skull Hollow Campground near Smith Rock State Park

There are 28 campsites with parking pullouts.

You can also sleep in your vehicle if you’d like. 

Water is not available.

Bathroom at Skull Hollow Campground near Smith Rock State ParkServices are very minimal so please take your trash with you.

There are two pit toilets, so not entirely uncivilized.

The popular Gray Butte/Cole Loop Trailhead is located just northeast of the campground.

So bring your mountain bike or just go hike.  Just a heads up–you may be sharing the trail with horseback riders too. Check out the area map.

 

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Online resource for adventurers to Smith Rock State Park. Detailed information for rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, slacklining and horseback riding.