You guessed it, finding a campsite can be easy in an area like Silverton. Because we were going to be there for so long we looked at staying at an established campsite for the first two days and then looking for primitive camping sites later while riding. Initially I thought this was easy, but then found that the place books up very quickly. Here is what we learned.
All established campgrounds in the area are nice. Some are more in the town than others. We ended up staying at the Silverton Lakes Campground. We picked this site because according to locals and online reviews they were on the river, right outside of town (5 minutes from campsite to downtown Silverton by ATV), very clean bathrooms, showers, etc. When booking the campsite, we met a very nice lady Ann Miller and the caretaker Dan.
Here is the info:
Price for tent dry site: $28.00 per night (includes fire pit, bathroom access, and showers)
Pictures of our campsite:
I am not just an adventurer, but I am a project enthusiast. I look for projects and overall love the hunt for an adventure. My nickname is Bubba who loves fly fishing, photography, building things, and is open to finding an adventure anywhere.