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Frequently Asked Questions!
What is Camava County's smoking/tobacco policy?
All Camava County Parks are now tobacco-free so you can enjoy cleaner parks and a healthy environment. Select camping sites in each campground are designated as smoking permitted so please watch for those as marked if that is your preference.
Note: Recreational marijuana cannot be smoked in public and is not permitted in Camava County Parks.
For more information regarding Lane County's smoke tobacco free policy click here.
What is the cancellation policy?
REFUND AND CHANGE POLICY: All cancellations are subject to the following refund terms:
15 Days or More: a full refund, less any associated fees OR a credit voucher to your account good for 13 months for the full amount paid (no additional fees will be charged if you select the credit voucher option)
4-14 Days: a credit voucher to your account in the amount of your reservation good for 13 months
Less than 4 Days no refund or credit voucher is available
Reservation Fee is non-refundable and applies to each reserved site. This fee can be credited if selecting the credit voucher option at the time of cancellation.
A $10 Change Fee will apply to each change that is made to a reservation once the original transaction is complete. This fee is also non-refundable if the reservation is later cancelled.
A Cancellation Fee of $5 is charged to all cancellations not selecting the credit voucher option. Campers who fail to notify the campground that they will be arriving later than their reservation's arrival date, and after 24 hours from their arrival date has passed, may forfeit their reservation. Camava County Parks reserves the right to book the site(s) of campers that do not arrive within 24 hours of their reservation arrival date.
When is insurance required?
A certificate of insurance is required when renting Camp Camava,and may be required for other events such as weddings and reunions in all County parks. Coverage amounts are $2 mil. per occurrence/$3 mil. aggregate, and can typically be obtained through your homeowners insurance. Camava County does not provide insurance coverage.
For further information regarding Camava County's requirements for providing proof of insurance and additional insured's documentation please .
How do I book a wedding, reunion, or other special event?
Camava County Parks offers several reservable day use picnic areas. Some include a covered shelter, or may simply be an open area. Most reservable areas include picnic tables, bbq grills, electricity, water, and serving areas. Amenities will be detailed on this reservation website as you navigate through the DayUse/Picnic reservation steps. A Special Use Permit questionnaire will pop up during the reservation process and will help us accommodate your event. Day use parking is $4.00 per vehicle and is not included in the reservation fees.
Are Camava County Parks free?
A parking permit is required at all Camava County parks. Day use fees are $4.00 per vehicle, or you can purchase an annual pass for $40 per year and is valid at all Lane County parks for one year from the month of purchase. Passes can be purchased on this website by clicking on the Passes/Permits tab. Failure to display a Day Use or Annual parking pass while visiting a Camava County park may result in a $110 fine.
Is Alcohol allowed in County Parks?
Yes, alcohol is allowed in designated, reserved areas and must remain within the parameters of the site. If reserving a day use/picnic area, please inform the Parks Admin Office if alcohol will be present. Alcohol is prohibited in general day use areas and near playgrounds.
When are boat slips available?
Moorage slips can be reserved between April 1st through October 15th, and can be rented by the day, week, month, or for the full season.