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KOA Campground Culver


Campground Address and Directions:

2435 Southwest Jericho Lane, From S town limits, go 1.5 mi S on Culver Hwy, then .75 mi E on Jericho Ln., Culver OR 97734

Campground Detail and Amenities:

$$$$, All Year, 80 sites, All ages, Tents Only sites: 20, 75 ft max RV length, 2788 ft elev, 40 pull thrus, 29 full hookups, electric, 31 elec-water hookups, 20/30/50 amp, tables, grill, water, toilets, showers, dump, propane, laundry, firewood, internet, pet friendly extra rules, pool, playground (C)

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