Sunset is probably best remembered by those who use it for its large day use area that is perfect for launching large sailboats or motorboats. This campground is located next to Odell Lake, and offers opportunities for fishing, sailing, and windsurfing. There is a boat launch area within this campground.
The campground is nice, better than Princess Creek, but not as nice as Trapper Creek. That is especially true if you are camping in an RV. The campground does have a pressurized water system. This is an early opener for fisherman, weather permitting. This campground has the longest season of any except those that are open year around. Because this is a popular campground it is recommended that you get here early in the week. Vegetation at Odell Lake is dominated by large Douglas fir, white fir, spruce, and hemlock. This type of vegetation is typical on the west side of the Cascades because of the climate. Due to its orientation and location adjacent to Willamette Pass, winds can be quite brisk on Odell Lake and whitecaps occasionally form.
Fees: Per night, per site fee: $16/first vehicle; $8/each additional vehicle. Mutli-site: $30. (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Restrictions Maximum site spur length is 50 feet.
RV Camping: There are not many RV sites for the large RVs.
Directions: From Crescent, travel 12.2 miles west on County Road 61, then 6.2 miles north and west on Hwy 58.
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