Easy check in with an escort to the site. Has fairly level gravel sites with asphalt roads. There is some grass next to the sites but it's not in great shape. Some sites have shade trees. Appears about 25% of sites are full time residents. Not too much junk, but they could be a little cleaner. Decent tent sites in an adjacent grassy area. Nice pool and rec room. Laundry room was in good shape. Store had some basic stuff but had to make a trip to the local RV shop for sewer hose. Had good satellite reception and strong Verizon signal. Cable TV in the park was ok but nothing special. Park is situated next to a lumber mill which could bother some early in the morning. Foster Lake is across the street but no real access to the water from the park. Not a destination, but a nice place to stay a couple of days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice, manicured RV park, just across the street from a lake. Very friendly/helpful staff. A convenient base from which to explore the surrounding forests roads and trails. We stayed there 8 days and would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Frustration has turned to anger. We checked in on a Thursday, were greeted by a cheerful office and escorted to our site. The manager made sure we backed in with no problems, checked our electrical box for wasps that make nests inside and brought us a fire ring for the night. Our kids were treated to a Koi feed by the manager. Friday was great. Then Saturday hit like a ton of bricks. The weekend woman running the office was abrasive, short tempered with the kids looking to buy ice cream and told them to leave the store if their parents were not around. Things went further down hill after that. We left a day early. If you stay at this park make sure to do a Monday through Friday only stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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I along with fellow Elk's campers stayed here this last weekend. The folks at the RV park really know how to treat their guest...kind, friendly and very helpful. The restrooms and showers were the cleanest I've ever seen at any RV park I've visited. The park is walking distance from Foster Lake and has a pub right next door. The only noise you hear is an occasional car on Hwy 20 or the logging mill next door. Be advise the mill starts at 6am, that's early if you're trying to sleep in. My wife and I would stay there again along with our dogs...we all had a great time. Keep up the great work We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is easy to get into and out of. Management was friendly and helpful letting us know what was in town and things to see. Many come here because of the fishing in the lake and river systems nearby. The sites are easy to pull into with any size rig. The gravel sites are very level and with the grass along side the edge of the gravel, you're not tracking the loose gravel into your rig. Didn't use the heated pool, but it looked sparkling clean, as did the whole park. There is a wood mill next door, about 1/4 mile away, so during the day you did hear their noise, but it was not bothersome and they quit work about 5 pm and then it was dead quiet in the park. The cable TV and free WiFi worked fine. We will make it a point to return here should we ever be back in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We attended a rally here (20 rigs) and this is a great campground for that. It is very well kept, has a friendly and helpful staff and a wonderful kitchen/clubhouse area. Great views of the lake across the street. We really liked the long (68') pull-thrus. We would stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pleasantly surprised at how nice this county park was. Privacy between each site. River access by walk or bike. Large paved sites with picnic tables on pavement area. Long term park hosts very friendly & helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located on the banks of the upper South Santiam River, River Bend is the newest addition to the Linn County Park System. This 90-acre park offers a full range of outdoor recreation opportunities including trails, river access, camping, day-use and group facilities. With a total of just 45 campsites, River Bend is perfect for quiet getaways. All campsites come with one fire ring and one picnic table on a concrete pad 14' wide by 16' long. Great hiking trails and pathways meander through River Bend County Park. Enjoy a quiet walk as you wind gently around the park and get in touch with nature. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful county park, part of the Linn County parks. Well maintained grassy park with easy access to the reservoir. Wonderful spaced RV spots, picnic tables and trees for shade. We had a wonderful show from the squirrels living behind our spot. The park is just gorgeous and not crowded at all when we visited. Would stay a week here next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.