Another fabulous Oregon State Park located along US97 on the Williamson River. The sites are large and was quite peaceful. You do get some highway noise even though it is a quarter mile away. Great place to stay when visiting Crater Lake National Park which was about 35 miles away.
Very nice park along side I-5 just south of Redding. This park was very clean and staff was friendly. The Sacramento River runs next to the park and it is near restaurants, fuel, and groceries. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for three nights and thoroughly enjoyed the peace and solitude. The park is very clean and the owners very friendly, we talked a few hours away. Close to Baker City where the Oregon Train Interpretive Center is a must see. This park is in the Blue Mountains which are very beautiful. The Sumpter Valley Narrow Gauge RR is located here (not running until Memorial Day), We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for five nights at a time of the year where it was cool at night and 60's and 70's during the day. Very happy with this park: was very clean, staff is super friendly, and made us feel at home. This park is a short drive from Joseph, Wallowa Lake, Devil's Canyon, and LaGrande. We would stay here again.
We have stayed in many of the Oregon State Parks, first time for this one. We were not disappointed at all. Very large sites and quite private. We had site #7, backed up to the John Day River. Close to town for fuel and groceries plus fairly close to John Day Fossil Beds. Only negative was highway noise occasionally, not a real busy road. Would stay here again.
Stayed here overnight. It's really out in the middle of nowhere: millions of stars at night. The hot springs was okay, located in an old wooden structure, lots of swallows inside, the owner is trying to get rid of them. The also have outdoor pool which is great at night. Hopefully owners will put some money into this park.
I rated an 8 just because of the beauty of the area this park is in. You can be intimidated by the one mile road down to the park. The road had four switchbacks but no problems driving the truck and 34 foot 5th wheel down. This park is at the confluence of the Moyie and Kootenay rivers. Near Bonners Ferry, Canada, and western Montana. Will definitely return here.
Nice park in a relatively quiet spot south of LeGrande, OR. Railroad tracks nearby but did not bother us. This part of the valley can be very windy. Park is near many attractions and about five miles outside LeGrande. Enjoyed our stay here.
This is a good park to stay at if your frame of mind is to get out during the day and sightsee which there is plenty to do of in Portland. Small sites, decent bathrooms, but not quiet because of the nearby Portland airport, also trains. Did not bother us. Shopping right across the street. Very convenient to either drive into downtown Portland or take the train system nearby.
One of our favorite Oregon state parks, very reasonable in price, and central to many things to do. Great hiking trails and many waterfalls. B loop seems to be the best for larger units. We stayed in B-26 which was more then sufficient for our 34 foot 5th wheel and truck.
This RV park is either at the top or near the top on the list of places we have stayed at. We were here for three nights. This park is so well run, friendly staff, shuttle to casino and restaurants, near to many attractions. The park is absolutely beautiful and super clean. Quite reasonable for the price and well worth the stay. We will definitely return.
We stayed here overnight before returning home the next day. Sites are small, you can get a bigger rig in, but there's not much grassy area between the sites. Has a free continental breakfast every morning. Nice one stopper for us since we use the truck/RV wash in Corning on the way home.
Pricey but very well maintained park, huge sites, and great amenities. We have stayed here before since our son and family live about two minutes away. We're glad they finally added cable TV but our portable satellite dish worked by finally finding a hole in the trees.
Small but very clean park, located directly across the Columbia River from Hood River, OR. Can be noisy with the highway and Santa Fe railroad tracks on either side. Conveniently located to all the sites the area has to offer.
We've stayed here before. This park is located on the Icicle River which was really flowing fast when we stayed here. The park is very clean and well maintained, with big generous sites. The park is located close to Leavenworth and the Leavenworth Golf Club.
We have put this Clallam County park in our top five. Absolutely fantastic views of the Straits of Juan de Fuca and Vancouver Island, even the lights of Victoria at night. We had three rigs and reserved four months in advance, it's an archaic reservation system but well worth it. Start through their website. We stayed in sites 26, 27 and 28, these are on the top row with great views. Many things to do in the area.
First stay in a Washington State Park, very impressive. Very clean and huge sites, plenty of room for any size rig, the ocean was a two minute walk from our site. Restrooms were very clean. Sites are water and electric, dump station on the way out. We stayed here for 3 nights, would stay here again.
We love this park, ocean is a two minute walk away. Sites can be difficult to back into, but it can be done. Another excellent Oregon State Park, as always the staff and hosts are friendly and helpful.
We've stayed here before and like all Oregon State Parks, we are very satisfied. Always clean and well managed. We have a 34 foot fifth wheel and some sites can be a test getting into. I would highly recommend the Oregon State Parks.
We have stayed here many times, it is an excellent one night stopover or longer term stay. We were here with a 24 rig group, the management treated us very nicely, allowing us the use of the meeting room. Golf course leaves a lot to be desired, close to cow pasture golf. A great place to stay to see the surrounding sights. Will stay here again.
Rather pricey for dust bowl RV sites but in the tall pines. Large group of bicylists staying there so real tough getting into use the showers. This RV park is conveniently located for sightseeing in the area, which is beautiful.
Pricy, but conveniently located near the strip. We have stayed here before, and find it always clean and very well run. The construction is complete on the high rise building nearby so quiet. Restrooms and showers very clean. Sites are rock and concrete.
We got here on Labor Day and it was great, there at the most 25 rigs total in the park. It was quiet! This park is located just outside Bryce Canyon National Park. The park operates a grocery store, restaurant (cowboy buffet!), fuel station, and general store. Large sites and very clean including restrooms and showers. Great time to go, right after the holiday.
Very nice park, but since it was Labor Day weekend, it was a full house. Very neat sites, grass and concrete pads and conveniently located near Zion National Park. Restrooms and showers were very clean.
We had an enjoyable stay for three nights at Gouldings. Conveniently situated to Monument Valley and had all of amenities. Sites were clean and good size and the only negative was the red dirt and dust, but the dirt is everywhere. Restrooms and showers were neat and clean.
Very nice RV park with great vistas of area around Santa Fe. This park had some of the nicest restrooms and showers we have seen. The only negative is there was no cable TV, but satellite reception was readily available.
This is by far the nicest and cleanest KOA that we have ever stayed at. Very nice staff, very clean and large grassy sites. We would not hesitate staying here again. ATV trails are easily accessed from the park.
We stayed here for three nights. This is the most convenient RV park to stay at since it is minutes from downtown and Temple Square. This KOA is showing it's age, expecially since this was there busiest time of the year, it was looking tired and worn out. Park needs some updating.
RV park is located just off of U.S. 101 very near Gold Beach. Restrooms and showers are very clean. Ocean beach is a two minute hike away via a path under 101. Cable TV was not working although no problem with satellite. Spaces are liberal in size.
A very nice state park, very clean all around. The RV spaces are very limited if your rig is over 35 feet though. Space D31 fit our 34 footer plus truck, but little room to spare and this was one of the largest spaces there. Easy hike to the beach, very quiet and pristine.
Very nice and clean resort. Spaces are nice size with green grass. All of the facilities are very nice. The only negative is nearby I-10 and railroad tracks but the amenities of the park off set the negatives. Will stay here again.
We stayed here for four nights, not much you can say about this site. Tight squeeze when backing into space, had to hunt for the cable hookup, no sewer hookup (it was behind a fence, unable to reach it), spaces are among the employee RV's. The Stovepipe Wells RV park is much better. Won't stay here again.
Gorgeous area of Oregon, will definitely stay here again, restrooms and showers were very clean. All of the sites were very large and included picnic table and fire pit, some of sites you could not see your neighbor.
Very nice RV park, super clean restrooms, and well tended grounds. Staff is very nice. The sites were gravel with an eight foot wide grass area and patio with picnic table. The park is close to downtown Chico and all it has to offer.
This is a new park, very neat and clean. Restrooms and showers were very nice. We thought the price was steep although it includes a round of golf for two. We did not play golf so I thought an adjustment should have been made. Spaces are very nice with paved patios and green lawn.
Excellent RV park located next to the Grand Canyon Railway depot, hotel, and restaurant. Total package included 2 nights, Grand Canyon park admission, and round trip on train which was $167 for two persons. These are the best restrooms and showers we have encountered, absolutely beautiful. RV's are parked on pavement with nice size spaces.
Very nice overnight park located just off of I-40, large truck stop is nearby for fuel and food, they even have a RV wash. Very neat and clean park as well as the restrooms and showers. Sites are nice size.
This campground is a decent overnight stay when passing through. In this case we were enroute to Phoenix from Northern California. Many permanent residents but restrooms and showers were clean and acceptable. Campsite was large but on dirt and sand.
We have stayed in a few of the Oregon State Parks and think they are the best bang for the buck. Clean restrooms and showers, large sites, full hookups minus cable, all for $17.00 a night. Best bargain there is.
This is a very nice RV park, very clean. We thought the fee was steep for this time of the year, the park was only about one fifth full, the most we have paid after a month on the road. Not very quiet, US 95 to the west, a logging mill that operates about 18 hours a day to the east on the Spokane River. Cleaning service comes by daily offering washing and drying, $2 a foot. Overall, satisfied with the park.
The park had decent size pull thru spaces. Bathrooms were clean and good size. It seems that a good part of this park was for full time residents with aging RVs. This was a convenient starting point to Glacier Park, Kalispell, and other nearby areas.
This campground is near Butte, Anaconda, and I-90. Very clean restrooms and large showers. It had very large RV spaces and the WIFI worked fine. Just down the road is the Fairmont Hot Springs which was great, especially in the cool evenings.
The staff was very friendly and informative. Park is easy walking distance to the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and downtown Cody. Bathrooms were very clean. The WIFI could only be accessed from the corner of the gift shop. Supposedly the wrong type of antenna was installed, soon to be fixed.
Very nice campground located central to everything in the Black Hills. Very friendly and informative staff on hand to assist. We were lucky to get one of the four large spaces located near the creek at the rear of the property. Bathrooms clean but showers rather small. But overall, we were very happy with our stay there.
This was a nice clean park but the space we were in was quite small. Restrooms were clean and staff very nice. Nicely located near the Sierra Trading Company store. Good for an overnight stay or several nights.
Very nice park, located right next to the Fort Bridger State Park which was very interesting. You can actually walk to the the State Park if one desires. RV spaces were huge and the restrooms were some of the best we have encountered. The staff was very friendly. This is an excellent place to stay, great for a one or two night stay.
We spent one night here on the way to the Black Hills in South Dakota. The restrooms were in terrible condition and you had to get the key from the office to get in. This RV park has many permanent residents. The police were in the park twice on calls during our overnight stay. THe park is squeezed between I-80 and the Union Pacific rail yard.