Friday, August 29, 2008

Chief Miwaleta SP Campground Opens - Roseburg,OR,USA
AZALEA —The minute Dustin Rivera heard a campground would be opening Thursday at Chief Miwaleta Park, all other plans were pushed aside.

He and his two kids, Dakota Rivera and Cyrus Green, were the first in line to cruise their Extreme recreational vehicle into the coveted spot toward the end of Galesville Reservoir. The family showed up at 7:30 a.m., unaware that the new Chief Miwaleta Campground wouldn’t be open until 2 p.m., after the grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The 31-acre campground is open, with 20 water and sewer hookup sites and one cabin with a lake view. On a first-come, first-serve basis, visitors can camp overnight for $20 year-round. Douglas County residents pay $18.

Douglas County Parks Director Jim Dowd said a shower and restroom facility are in the works, as well as several tent camping sites. And shoreline debris will be cleared, providing families with a beach.

The reservoir is prime for fishing, especially for bass, and there are no boat-launching fees. The $460,000 campground was designed by MAP Engineering and built by Neatline Construction and was completed in three phases over a two-year period.
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