Grants Pass Koa

Josephine County, Oregon

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Located next to Jumpoff Joe Creek, this KOA is just 15 minutes from the Rogue River, a National Wild and Scenic River. Book a tour with Hellgate Jetboat Excursions or go whitewater rafting, hiking and fishing. Back at KOA, you'll find 54 RV Sites and Tent Sites - or make yourself at home in a cozy creekside Cabin. Take a dip in a natural swimming hole at the base of a waterfall. Relax and enjoy the ample wildlife that includes deer and turkeys. Pets are loved and have their own safe, fenced areas. Be sure to meet the resident goats, Vinnie and Frankie, during your stay. Visit the fully stocked general store for all your grocery needs. The campground's mountain location and abundant trees may limit the free Wi-Fi and satellite reception. Cable TV is not offered. The waterfalls and variety of wildlife make this KOA something very special! Max pull thru: 80 feet.

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