Stayed two nights. The park is clean and laidout nicely. the park has a lot of bird nest boxes that are all being used. Fun to watched the birds. The staff gave us recommendations for dinner and sighting for the Wildlife refuge and the diamond loop. Also for lunch... the Diamond Hotel south of Diamond loop. Great hotel build in 1896. Overall Burns is a area where you could spend a week or more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful, clean park. The roads are gravel, but well maintained and easily navigable. The sites are level and wide, and the utilities are easily accessible. They have a robust cable and many sites have satellite access. The owner is on site and is extremely personable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Out in the vast sage brush and canyons of Eastern Oregon is the tiny town of Burns and the oasis of Burns RV Park. Real shade trees, level gravel sites, good Wi-Fi coverage & cable TV, small & clean laundry room, old timer but cute & clean bathrooms with 2 toilets & 2 showers, rustic & cozy office, full hookups & just $32 with our Good Sam discount. A real "mom & pop" type operation (the woman greeter was friendly & helpful) - not a sterile commercial concrete slab. We would stay there again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a Good Sam park. We had a nice site with lots of space compared to lots of RV parks. People were friendly and helpful. Gave us our choice of sites. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great place to stay. Very small town. This park has Huge pull through sites with gravel, and lots of grass in between. The ladies in the office were really fun to deal with. Great Mexican food in town. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is literally the only place for miles in either direction. It has excellent Wi-Fi and cable. The staff is friendly and helpful. Our site was quite small, but the owner had given us a choice and I am sure we could have changed had we been so inclined. That said, we did have issues with the power spiking. Would recommend a surge protector. We had several power outages triggered by our surge protector. If in the area, we recommend you try the excellent restaurant Rhojos if they are open. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Site 10, $33 +8 Burns RV is good park: level, treed, well-kept, and although on highway 20, the noise is not a problem. -2 no real negatives, it just doesn’t rate a 10. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great little park in a small town. Good /large pull through sites. Good cable TV. Nice staff. Stayed for only one night but would be a good place to spend a few days to relax. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park for overnight, or area activities. Sites vary in length. We have a 38' 5th wheel, and it was easy in and out here. Site was a pull-thru - long, wide and level. Quiet and pretty, with trees and grass. Wifi was good. We would stay here again. Price was with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff. Nice wide sites. Each site has grassy area and a picnic table on concrete pad. Gravel roads and sites are well maintained. There were some trees but still satellite reception was good. We are total length of 68' and had no problem maneuvering in and out. Even though it is right on the highway we didn't hear traffic. If we return to this area we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park with good sized sites and easily accessed pull throughs. It is well maintained and makes for a good overnight or two in the Burns area. The staff was friendly and helpful. I would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice little park in an area without any real RV parks. The management was welcoming and helpful. The sites are good sized and there is ample shade. This is a very good stopping place for a couple of nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When there is only one RV park in a town in the middle of nowhere, one wouldn't expect much. However, this one is a jewel. Lots of trees, everything works as it should and easy in, easy out of Highway 20. My only complaint is that the sites near 20 are somewhat noisy although it gets better at night. I highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was a pleasant surprise considering there aren't many options in the area. Friendly staff, mostly level gravel sites, large trees and grass. Bathrooms were clean but need some work. Wi-Fi and cell service good. 30 amp only in the back-in sites with lots of road noise. It was a fine park for an overnight stay, and will use it again when in the area. Would recommend reservations as it was full the night we stayed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lovely campground with delightful and committed owners! We camped in Site 11 which was very quiet, despite the park's proximity to Route 20. Bathrooms small but clean. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Burns RV Park is an older well-maintained park. It has mature trees and lots of green grass. The roads and pads are gravel. The park can accommodate any size rig. The owner is proud of her park. We would stay here again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very well maintained park that sits adjacent to highway 20 in central Oregon. The sites are large and level gravel pull throughs and back ins. We were in a site near the highway, but for one night it was very nice and not too noisy. If I were to be staying longer I would ask to be moved further away from the road. The staff was pleasant and accommodating. I would stay at this park again without hesitation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very, very old former KOA campground. Wi-Fi was spotty at best The shower was the size of a phone booth although clean. The men's room was a "one holer" and the stall was about the size of a shoe box. Only one rest room for the entire campground. I'll give it a pass next time, needs lots of work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff is friendly. Park is very nice. Lots of shade trees and sites are spaced nicely with lots of lawn. Had a bit of trouble with leveling at our site as not too level. Verizon air card worked great. We would stay here again. Rate included a GS $5.00 coupon. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The rate was a Good Sam rate, less the Good Sam $5 coupon. We had a very long, 50 amp pull through site, but because of two large trees on either side, we were not able to get our roof top satellite. If we had not pulled forward as far as we did we might have gotten a signal. For 1 night we did not want to move when good cable TV was available for most channels except Fox. The park was quiet, clean and the rate was good, so we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very helpful staff on phone and at check-in. Asked for a shade spot and they were very accommodating. Lots of grass for dog to lay around. Easy to negotiate in a motorhome with a tow vehicle. Roads and sites are gravel with grass and tables. Right on the highway but not noisy at night. Depending on your site, your satellite might have problems but the cable is excellent with about 60 channels to keep most people very happy. It's a great stop-over between Bend and Boise. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Welcome stop between Bend and Boise, lots of large shade trees and grass but close to highway (quiet at night). pretty grounds, good sites, but bathrooms and laundry were pitiful. Rundown and old. Excellent cable tv , strong VZ aircard and cell signals. Use the RV car wash on south end of town to get the bugs off . We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly check-in. WiFi and cable TV excellent. Spaces rather close together. Level enough. The area has been flooded, and half of the CG is closed. It was pretty muddy, but that was expected because of the weather. Right on Hwy 20. I heard some road noise, but it wasn't bad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good WiFi, but lots of dog waste in park from the owner's dogs being let out to roam free in park. We have stayed here many times and it has not been like this before. The owners need to clean up their own act. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice park. We had a huge, clean site. It is on a secondary highway but there was no traffic noise at night. Close to town for groceries, etc. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would have been a more pleasant stay, unfortunately the sheer number of barking dogs make the park unpleasant. Owner/managers stay right on premises, but did nothing about the dog noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is right on US 20 on the outside of the city of Burns, OR. As advertised, there are some pull through sites for the huge Class A busses, but they are in the full sun. All of the back-in sites offer shady large trees and full hook-ups. There is a laundry room. The park features excellent cable TV and WiFi at each site. We would stay here again for a few days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park. The pull-throughs are long and there's plenty of space between sites. Quiet even though next to the highway. Good internet and lots of cable TV channels. Great place to stop for the night while crossing Oregon. Previous owners didn't welcome pets, but it is now pet friendly. So if you are like us and were turned away on a prior trip because of a pet, give them another try. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have a 40 foot fifth wheel, a long tow vehicle, and a car, so we always prefer a long pull through site. This park certainly met our need. Within the last couple of years, the owner converted a portion of a very large pet area into 2 pull through sites that are at least 100 feet long and 30 feet wide. Our site was gravel and very level. Road noise was noticeable, but not annoying. And at night, it was very quiet. Wi-Fi was good. The owner and her family were extremely kind and friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice overnight stay RV Park - easy in, easy out, nice pull-throughs for long RVs. Gravel roads and spaces, concrete pad with table, nice green grass around campground, some shade locations, stayed in space 52 which was in back of park and was easy access. Campground was quiet and road noise was minimal especially after about 10 PM. Hookup was easy and well located with good selection of TV channels.Two negatives were the mosquitoes which were plentiful - likely the peak time of the season - and the cotton from the cottonwood trees was like snow falling - also likely the peak time of the year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful old campground with huge shade trees and lawn at every site. It was so pleasant to sit outside to listen and watch the many birds in residence. We will definitely be stopping by again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not the prettiest park you'll pull up to, but don't get discouraged! Great stop over park! Very nice helpful folk, and good working sites. Quiet, safe sites and close to stores for those items you forgot about. Easy access on and off the road. Driving thorough eastern Oregon, there are not many places to stop over, and when the weather gets nasty out there, this park is an oasis to hunker down at. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park. Owners were very nice. Check-in went quickly. Wi-fi was fast. Great cable with lots of channels. Very quiet even with the main highway in front of the park, Hwy.20. Will stay again . We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is mostly older but is decent for an over night stay. It is best described as having 3 areas. There are the permanent sites east of the office. There is the original back in sites among the tall trees. And now there are several VERY LONG modern pull through sites that have new power boxes, etc. Yes, the lady was very pleasant when I checked in. I mentioned Wi-Fi was important to me, and she registered with this. She assigned us the most distant site from the office and showers. This happens to be the shortest of the pull through's. I mentioned we were not towing, had a rather skimpy 29ft class A, and could handle a back in site. She was insistent that the site she had selected was the best for Wi-Fi which seems strange as the antenna was closer to the office. The park is reasonable clean, but the showers are somewhat small and narrow. The Wi-Fi did perform well. We stayed here in a motor home for $28.71 after discount. I would stay here again. Note: The 9 hole golf course in nearby Hinds is only 4 or so miles west. They want $12 to walk the 9 holes. You may have to walk as the office opens at Noon. It is rather rough but a good walk. Watch out for the Goose droppings. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for a week. Very relaxing, and the staff was very nice. Plenty of room to leash walk your dog but would be great if they would at least have a pen so the dogs could run a bit. Other then that, we really liked the park and would stop again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicest RV park in area. Some very large Pull throughs and the back ins are in the shade. Wi-Fi strong and Cable plentiful. Restrooms smaller but very clean. Friendly staff. Will stay again when in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park with a very friendly staff. We had a level pull thru site with a table at the site. The utilities and cable worked very well. This is a well kept park with some shade trees. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice park with a very friendly owner. With all the heat, he was doing a good job of keeping the grass green. The sites were gravel and we didn't have a lot of trouble leveling our 5th wheel. The sites were large enough with tables at each site and most had shade. Wifi and cable worked good. The bathroom and shower were clean. The laundry room had large machines and a low price. We didn't notice any noise as the A/C ran some of the night. There were lots of geese which looked great flying across the pink night skies. There was a good sized book exchange. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our site was very small with no table, and we had to unhook our tow to get into it. There seemed to be a lot of permanent residents, which we prefer to be with fellow travelers. It was well kept and landscaped nicely. Staff was very friendly and nice; laundry room was small but clean. Very close to the road, so we had road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is my second visit. I paid $400 for a monthly rate--hence the lower nightly rate. The park is very clean and the staff is cordial and helpful. There are a few spots with good shade. I enjoyed all of the birds in their many bird houses. My Wi-Fi connection was strong. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly owner. On the highway, but not real noisy as the road is flat. Long gravel sites, mine was perfectly level. She is almost done with 4 sites that must be 65 feet long, they will be perfect for 40DP with toads. Green, grassy, large trees away from the rigs. Staggered sites with room in between, nice setup. The stream adds mosquitos in the morning/twilight but that is the price of green vs. brown and dry. Recommended, paid $30.69 with Good Sam discount. Ours was 30A full hookups and cable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A little over priced, even with the Good Sam discount, but a very nice little park. Easily could stay much longer. It is close to Highway 20, but I think the noise will subside as the evening comes. Very friendly hostess as well as her dog Turbo. We will definitely stay here again, if we are back in this very isolated area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly owner and quick check-in. We stayed in a very long pull-through in a new section put in to maximize satellite reception, even though they have cable TV. Very clean park, level gravel sites are wide and long to allow for any size or combination of rigs. We would return any time in this area. We are thinking of staying an extra day to enjoy the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful place to spend one day or several. There is some noise from the nearby hwy but has very nice spaces with plenty of room to back in the largest of rigs. The showers were clean and laundry was clean. The mgt was very helpful and courteous. We will definitely make plans to stay again when in this part of Oregon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Has WIFI, easy access, good power, we needed an overnight stop this, and this was perfect. Owners on site 24 hours a day, friendly and helpful, the park is opened from March 1st. thru Mid-November. Our site was parallel to the road, no problem with road noise after dark. Will stay again when traveling this direction. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Old park, not the nicest management. Big rig access is limited, and pull throughs are parking lot style. Park is over priced for quality, and on the main highway with road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park – lots of beautiful shade trees & lawn at sites. Picnic table and potted petunias at each site. Good voltage, high water pressure. Some highway noise, not excessive. Very small laundry facilities & restrooms, but very clean. Gravel sites & roads. Pay WiFi with good signal. We would return for a longer stay next time we’re in Burns. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nicest park in Burns but it's pretty basic. Close to the road, only 2 showers and toilets, 2 washers & 1 dryer working, tight sites...but the shade trees, good cable tv , and wifi save the place. Wifi signal is strong but was pretty slow during the evening; better late at night. Try to arrive early enough in the afternoon to get a decent site and hope that the regulars don't walk thru it all night, which happened to us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this park adequate for our one night stay. The clerk was friendly and accommodating. She was just helping out that day but got us checked in OK. We had a nice view of the grassy tent area and our spot was shaded by big trees. There is traffic noise but not bad at night. This park fills up by late afternoon so make reservations or get there early. The WiFi works great, am using it right now to do this rating!! It is a little rustic but not a bad place for the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here 1 night. Small tightly packed spaces. They were gravel and level.Was told Wi-Fi was powerful but never could get on with a strong enough signal to get on internet. Neither could other person I talked to.Advised owner but she was unsure of what to do.To be fair she said she just bought park and seemed eager to do a good job of managing park.Would probably stay here again and see if she follows up. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was very clean. WiFi, for which I gladly paid, had been installed within the past two weeks. Management was extremely polite and helpful. Restrooms and laundry were exceptionally clean. I would recommend this park to anyone. I loved the shaded sites and the pull through sites, as well as the cable TV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
OK park for an overnight. Highway noise but was quiet at night because traffic stopped. Nice owners/managers. Only has 50 amp plugs so an adapter is needed but supplied by park. All gravel roads and sites. Not much else in the area to choose from. Was wet and cold when we were there so a lot of standing water and wet leaves etc. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice, small park on the outskirts of Burns. It is an older park, but well maintained by friendly, knowledgable owners. It makes a good base for exploring the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, the Diamond Craters area and Steens Mountain. Although it is located on the highway going out of town, the park is quiet and situated along a small tranquil river. Our site was gravelled and required some levelling, but nothing we couldn't accommodate. There is free coffee in the morning at the office which is stocked with a good supply of paperback books, jig-saw puzzles, some RV supplies and tourist information. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great price-nice hot springs pool. Pleasant managers. The draw for us was hot springs, unhappily for us it was very windy so the pool was only 95 degrees. Still had a nice time using the tv and WiFi in rec room. Also the cooking shack for guest. Nice touch for only $18. We will be back. Would have given a 10/10 but the cost for private rooms were too high and the pool area needs indoor/ outdoor carpet or cement as you get out. Tracked too much dust/ gravel into RV We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a hot springs and the RV Park is there to accommodate the hot springs. They accept the PA discount for one night which is all we stayed. The Park itself is all gravel which is dusty and there is no sewer hookups for one night stays. It doesn't matter, even there is room available, you cannot buy sewer hookups for one night period. Overall we enjoyed the Park and it's quietness and I would stay here again. You can't stay anywhere for nine dollars - a very good deal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is only 3 miles from Crane, but has a Burns, OR address. There are several small cabins and pull-thru RV sites with full hook ups in gravel parking lot. Friendly staff and owners. Small store. Rate is Passport America and does not include fee to soak in hot springs-fed pond. Many locals appeared this Saturday night to partake of the springs, but when the sun went down they all disappeared. Good birding. I would stay here again. There are few options for an RVer between Bend and Boise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent one night here under Passport America. It is a small park but we did enjoy ourselves. They have a natural fed hot springs pool that guests can utilize free of charge. We found the hot 'pool' very relaxing. The staff was very nice and in the morning when we left, the camp host came by to thank us for staying. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed one night on our 2 month trip here. The staff was amazingly friendly, giving us a tour of the facilities. The campground is basically a gravel parking area for motor homes and trailers, and a grassy area for tents. They also have 5 cabins for rent. There is a nice common area with books and big tv. A kitchen is available for use as well. The main draw is the hot springs. There is a pond that is about maybe 1/5 acre, fed by hot springs that made the average water temperature on the day we were here 100 degrees. Wade over to a different section and the water would be warmer or cooler, depending on proximity to the water inlet... different and fun! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason we stayed here was to experience a hot spring and indeed it was a wonderful experience. I really don't think the owners take the RV side of this park seriously. The pull through sites are just marked off areas in an incredibly dusty dirty parking area. The showers were just gross. We paid for two nights but left one day early because i was so disappointed with the environment. We would never return. Cannot recommend this park at all. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
No, this RV facility is not a 10 but the hot springs pond that is free 24 hours a day, the friendly staff, the clean facility, easy level pull through spaces and the PA rate of $12 makes this place an eleven. I drove an extra 100 miles to send my birthday here. We stay here on our way south and back when ever possible. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very neat little RV Park. They have a natural hot springs that guests can soak/swim in, very nice place, very nice staff/owners. Easy in and out. If you're ever near Burns OR and need a place to stay for the night, this is it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Normally I would have rated this park a 6 but the hot springs (free to campers), easy pull throughs, and friendly staff (and the low price: $18, 1st nite $9 for Passport America) made me bump it up. It really is a nice relaxing place to soak in the hot pond. Large pull throughs take any size rig, even triple towers. But it is remote, the nearest restaurant is 25 miles away in Burns. But if you're going across Oregon and need a place to spend a nite or two this place is just fine. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a primitive US Forest Service campground adjacent to US-395 about 20 miles north of the town of Burns, OR (closest town) located on the west side of the highway. I think it was about 55 miles south of the town of John Day, OR. We "dry" camped here for a family reunion. We used the one site in the middle of the campground that would accommodate two large fifth wheel trailers and several tents. Other sites are a mix of back-in and pull-through. Most are relatively small. The roads are narrow and it took some work with walk alongside guides for me to move my 40 footer through the campground around several curves to the site. I pre-walked my route out to make sure I had a good handle on where I had to start my turns to clear the large Ponderosa pine trees. No significant problems other than a few rubs against some low hanging branches that waxed out when I got home. If you need a great deal of room to move your rig through a campground don't even try this one. Once you enter you are committed to a curving route through the entire campground or you have to back out onto US-395 (really bad plan). The campground is right alongside US-395 but we rarely heard much road noise even when outside. Much of that is probably due to this campground's very rural setting and the fact that there just isn't much traffic on US-395. The campground is designated by the US Forest Service as a "horse" campground and as such it has a corral and hitching posts. There was no smell or fly problem as those facilities are quite a ways away from the actual camping area. We saw two horse there briefly during our stay. I suspect during the fall hunting season the campground sees more. There were maybe 3-4 other small groups camping here. It doesn't see much use except during the fall. The restroom is brand new and was in great shape. It's a pit toilet with no running water. It stayed in great shape except for the lowlife that pulled in late one night and his young wife threw up all over the floor and drove away. Our group carried water in and washed the floor out. There is a solar power water supply system and it is slowwwwwww!! Figure 20-30 minutes to fill a five gallon container. Make sure your RV fresh water tank is topped off prior to arrival. No sewer hookups or dump facilities. Plan on hauling it out with you. Some of the sites have US Forest Service concrete picnic tables (ours did). Even with it's shortcomings it's a beautiful location and we had a special family reason for wanting to be there. With a little planning and a few extras (we had two 6000kW generators, a Traeger BBQ grill, and many other self managed amenities it was a wonderful trip. I'd recommend it for a getaway from people location any time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access and generous gravel sites for all sizes of rigs next to a small casino with adequate restaurant. The park has a few trees that are too small for shade and no grass. Rest rooms and showers were very clean. The only other campers were a fifth wheel, the absent host's beat-up trailer and a guy living in the back of his pick-up. Casino website has been out-of-date for years, but they say they can't correct it. We'll go elsewhere next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Came here to stay one night as we wanted to see Diamon Crater (a waste of time as it turned out). Arrived at the campground and only one trailer was there and it was a piece of junk with lots of trash around it. Turned out it was the hosts trailer. We did not stay. Drove 20 miles to the west and stayed at a nice BLM campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is ok for an overnight stop. Not all sites have 50A, some are 30A only but are marked as such. Sites are nearly level, and just long enough for a 40' motorhome and towed. Roads and sites are gravel. Casino is up a hill. No office, just a camp host that hasn't showed up yet to collect the rent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Basic parking lot RV park. Sites gravel and not very level. Okay for an overnight. Casino has a restaurant that offers reasonable priced meals. If you don't want to unhook or cook, this will work. Very quiet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a satisfactory place for an overnight stay. Sites were level and utilities worked fine. Nice and quiet for sleeping. There were a lot of wasps around, though. They appeared to like the trees in the campground. So beware. If it had Wi-Fi, we probably could have rated it higher. Nothing fancy but would probably stop again if we just needed a place to stay for one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in 40' quad-slide motorhome with tow vehicle. There are only a few sites that are level. Good for overnight as the park is open, easy to get to, full hookups with 50 amp and a $5.00 match play slip. Casino is very small but has a restaurant. We would probably stay here again, if we came this way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For an overnighter on the way to visit the slot machine store - you can't call the 'casino' anything else but that - it's a good stop. Easy in and out. Clean. Quiet. Easy access for satellite set up. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground should only be considered if you are going specifically to the Casino. Most of the sites were uneven and required some type of leveling. It was over priced for what was available. We noticed on our way out of town the next morning on hwy 20 West, that there were other unlisted campgrounds available. We also observed a town park and truck stop on the west side of town that was being used as a free overnight dry camp by other RV's. We probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is by no means a fancy campground. It's affiliated with a tiny (and I MEAN tiny) Indian casino, The Old Camp Casino. The campground is an open area with no shade between sites (there are young trees in boxes between the sites). The sites are all pull-through, made of gravel and not particularly level. No pool or anything like that. The bathroom and shower areas are very clean, though, which is nice. Burns is in the high desert of Oregon which means that there tends to be a wind and the nights, even in the Summer, can be chilly. The camp host, Doug, is a very nice guy who was helpful to us first-time RV'ers. The campground is a short walk or an even shorter drive (30 seconds perhaps) from the casino. It should be noted that the casino is EXTREMELY small and closes at 11 PM from Sunday to Thursday. It's open until 2 AM on weekends. This is not a campground I'd go out of my way for, but if you were in Burns, Oregon for some reason and wanted to stay the night cheaply, it's certainly adequate. As of June 2004, the campground offers a special: pay for five nights, stay seven. We camped here in a Motorhome.