Whittaker Creek Recreation Area
and the Siuslaw River, this recreation site offers a wealth of activities including old growth forest hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, salmon watch, picnicking and camping.
Whittaker Creek is part of the Siuslaw River watershed that drains water from the Coast Range to the Pacific Ocean. The creek is a designated watchable wildlife site because it provides habitat of vital importance to anadromous fish species which include coho and chinook salmon, steelhead, cutthroat trout and other fish species. Chinook and coho salmon, as well as steelhead trout can be observed in the fall and winter months spawning in the creek next to the campground
Whittaker Creek offers a summer swimming area, a picnic site, children’s play area, horseshoe pits and potable water available from hand pumps in the campground.
Camping: $10 per day, additional vehicles $5
(maximum 3 vehicles per campsite)
No fee for day use