Our nightly ritual consisted of listening to the crickets chirping their nighttime symphony, gazing up into the night's sky at the universe's vast array of constellations and going for walks spotting deer. Mostly does and their fawns would come into the campground to graze. It was amazing and truly awesome to see and experience them in their environment. There are other wildlife as well, that thankfully we didn't encounter, such as bears, bobcats, snakes, fox and others. We even saw many a squirrel spiraling up the trees after one another and tons of feathered friends such as ducks, blue jays and humming birds.
This was a wonderful place to get away from it all and just enjoy being together with our family. Everyone we met and their four-legged children were friendly and fun to play with. The campground staff was also nice and courteous and we would PAWsitively recommend Thousand Trails-Lake of the Springs in Oregon House, CA. as an absolutely dog-friendly destination to all of our dog peeps and their families!