Clay Creek


Clay Creek Campground is a favorite if you enjoy riverside camping with an interpretive trail to old-growth timber. The Siuslaw River is a salmon watch site that runs fast and cold during the winter months, providing exceptional habitat for Coho and Chinook salmon that can be observed spawning during the fall and winter.


Clay Creek Campground is located south of Highway 126 between Mapleton and Eugene on the Siuslaw River Road. It is located about 12 miles east of Mapleton or 33 miles west of Eugene. Follow the Siuslaw River Road for about 8.2 miles and bear left on Siuslaw River Access Road. Proceed another 6 miles and turn right to reach the entrance of the campground.





Eugene District 3106 Pierce Parkway Suite E Springfield, OR 97477


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