This State Park In Oregon Is So Little Known, You'll Practically Have It All To Yourself
By Sarah McCosham|Published June 21, 2022
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Oregon is home to more than 100 state parks, each and every one of them unique and worth visiting. Whether you’re in the mood for epic waterfall chasing, lakeside camping, a scenic coastal hike, or a fascinating history lesson, you’ll find it all — and more — at our Oregon State Parks. However, some spots tend to get a bit more attention than others, as is the case with today’s feature destination. Catherine Creek State Park is a spectacularly scenic, little known Oregon State Park that’s peak Beaver State beauty, and sure to capture your heart.
Have you visited this little known Oregon State Park before? What a glorious treasure!
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