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Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground

Campground Description:  Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground is privately owned and operated.  Located on the shores of the Snake River in Eastern Oregon, Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground is ideally situated to be the headquarters for your next fishing trip.  The RV camping and tent camping campground offers everything your family will need for a week or more of family recreation - showers, a Laundromat, convenience store, boat launch and even seasonal fresh produce sales.  A fisherman told this author that the catfish fight to see which will be allowed to jump into the fishermen's boats!  This may me a tall fish story but the campground does have many photos of happy fisherpersons holding impressive stringers of fish.  Open year round.  Reservations are accepted.

Number of Sites:  44

Electricity:  At every RV camping site

Water:  At every RV camping site and centrally located in the tent camping area

Sewer:  At 34 sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From I-84 Eastbound or Westbound - Follow I-84 to exit 356 (3 miles East of the exit for Farewell Bend State Park).  Take exit 356 and then turn east on highway 201.  Follow Highway 201 for 2 miles.  Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground will be on the left (north) side of the highway.

Fishing:  Absolutely!  Seasonally, fish for Salmon and Steelhead.  Also available are Small Mouth Bass, Catfish and Walleye

Astronomy Opportunities:  Yes.  The only light pollution is from the RV park and the adjacent property.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 44.25654 N, 117.13875 W

Nearby Golfing: 

Two golf courses in Ontario (24 miles east on I-84):

Ontario Golf Club
1345 Golf Course Road
Ontario, OR
541-889-9022
Ontario Golf Club
 
Country View Golf Course
3780 Arabian Drive
Ontario, OR 97914
541-881-1171
Country View Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Catfish Junction RV Park and Campground
6170 Hwy 201 N.
Huntington, OR 97907
541-262-3833
Catfish Junction RV Park and Campground

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Sign at the entrance to Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground

A map of the facilities at Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground

Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground offers in-season, fresh produce

A typical gravel RV camping site at Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground

The private restroom facilities at Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground offer flush toilets and hot showers

The paved boat launch at Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground

Do you need just to relax and unwind? Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground may be one of your best choices

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