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Anderson Park

Campground Description:  Anderson Park is owned and operated by the city of Vernonia, Oregon.  Anderson Park is located within the city limits of Vernonia, just south of the downtown area.  The park offers a total of 19 tent camping or RV camping sites.  Additionally the park offers a varying number of tent camping and RV camping sites without electricity, water or sewer.  Anderson Park has a day use area with a covered shelter that can accommodate up to 250 people.  Open year round.  Call the park host for reservations.

Number of Sites:  19 full hookup and an undetermined number of partial and no utility sites

Electricity:  Yes

Water:  Yes

Sewer:  Yes at 19 sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  Northbound or Southbound on Highway 47 (the Nehalem Highway) - Follow Highway 47 into Vernonia.  Turn south on Jefferson Street and follow for 3 blocks to the park.

Fishing:  Yes on both the Nehalem River and Rock Creek.  Rock Creek outside of the city limits can be very productive for Rainbow Trout.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Astronomy camping is fair and there are several open areas in the park.  There will be some light pollution from the campground itself as well as the town of Vernonia.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 45.86355 N, 123.19296 W

Nearby Golfing: 

Vernonia Golf Club
15961 Timber Rd E
Vernonia, OR 97064
Vernonia Golf Club

Contact Information: 

Park Host
450 Jefferson Ave.
Vernonia Oregon 97064
Anderson Park

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The sign at the entrance to Anderson Park in Vernonia

A typical RV camping site with full hookups at Anderson Park in Vernonia

The RV Camping sites at Anderson Park in Vernonia are well spaced

A typical RV camping site with full hookups at Anderson Park in Vernonia

The restroom facilities at Anderson Park offer flush toilets and hot showers

The playground equipment at Anderson Park in Vernonia

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