Funding challenges could change no frills camping at Mount Hood and other parks

Not all RVers share the same idea of the ideal camping vacation. While some RVers demand WiFi, showers facilities, and other amenities, other campers just want a place to park and a low price. features a story on the challenge facing the U.S. Forest Service and the idea of providing simple camping. Funding is drying up for more modest parks, like The Mount Hood National Forest's White River Station, where ten dollars provides great views, a place for picnic, and not much else. Such parks may have to see changes to generate revenue or face closure. Some RVers like the simple nature of such campgrounds, while other prefer parks that offer electrical hookups and other luxuries. Is there still room for the simple campground in the age of the
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