At one time (30 years ago) this might of been a nice park but now is run down. The owner is a nice old man in his 80's so he isn't doing much more than just hanging on. We used it as a base camp to explore the area. He had no water when we arrived but got it fixed somehow, he wanted at first to run a garden hose from across the road. We didn't drink the water as was a little nervous but probably was OK. Small town so glad to find any RV park. Do not think we will ever go back to Jordan Valley but if we do guess we would stay again as basicly no other choice.
This park has a canopy of trees that is just great. On a hot summer day (it does get hot in Roseburg area) makes for great shade. The roads are a bit narrow. The entry way is very narrow and not sure what I would do if a big rig was leaving while another was on the way in. In October it is like New England when the trees turn color. Our Good Sam Chapter has stayed many times and it is always a good camp out. Staff is nice and friendly. Reservations were easy.
Kah-Nee-Ta RV Park is a very nice place to bring a family for a water base outing. The sites are for the most part level except for a few that have some bad pavement dips and bumps. The upper part has trees while the lower has more room (might have been newer) all have lot of grass which is kept up very well. If swimming, laying in the sun, golfing is not your thing not much else to do except a small casino. The shuttle bus comes around about every half hour or on call which is nice. The staff is very nice. Electric is OK maybe a little low on voltage when the afternoon comes and the A/C’s go on. Wi-Fi is just OK. As a person who does not swim, don’t think we will return; but it is because of the activities available and not the park.
I have stayed at Crooked River several times and always liked it. Very friendly, scenic RV Park close to a nice golf course. This time due to the Rally in Redmond, all the sewer hook ups were taken so we got the electric-water-cable only in D loop. On the south and east side of the nice large grass area the sites are almost impossible to back into. It looks like they added another row of sites on the outside but didn’t have room. It looked like the west and north side of D loop was better. One camper who said he had crossed the US several time and even went to Alaska but never had such a tight site. Wi-Fi was weak but the eclectic looked very new and worked well with strong voltage. Good reservation system except can’t take a deposit until after May 1st for some strange reason, but guess it’s not that big of a deal. Take reservations but just can’t even give them a credit card (or cash) until later. I will be back but never in D loop.
This is a small very tight friendly park in a great part of the state. Only have some sewer hookups and they are under the rig and not on the side so makes it a little hard to hook up. I have stayed several times and while not my favorite park will more than likely come back due to the location. Satellite is a little hard due to the trees and no cable. Some sites are a little uneven while others are OK. Have several full time run down rigs but that is not that big of a deal. Wi-Fi has a lot of problems and only was able to sigh on for about a hour during our three day stay. No cell coverage or at least on Verizon.
This is one of our favorite parks. Someone might rate it lower as it is a little tight, gravel roads and pads, far from a major town, etc but the location along the Umpqua River is just outstanding with a great manager and hosts. Our Good Sam chapter tries to go every other year or so. Only 30 miles or so from the Oregon coast. We will be back. Only draw back is no showers if that is a concern.
PROS: Nice office staff, close to a lot of activities and sightseeing, campsites have lots of trees and just a great area to visit. A very nice golf course (27 holes) just a few miles away. Didn’t use restrooms but was told they were clean. CONS: Dirt road with deep pot holes (some like 6 to 8 inches deep). Poor electric (30 amp didn’t work). It is NOT a resort but more like a below average state park with cable (some sites). Rates of $42 with our group discount are way too high. Guess they can get it as not that many RV parks in the area. It is a large park and maybe other parts are better, didn’t take the time to investigate. I will not return unless I have no other choice.
A great place for an overnight or few days getaway. A small park with 22 spaces and I think 7 are pull throughs. The pull through sites are great as they parallel the river. I was told fishing is good on the John Day River that is adjutant to the park. No sewer but has a dump station. Not a fancy place but just an easy in and out removed a bit from the train and road noise. I am happy to find this place and if you have the Golden Age Pass it is half price ($11.00) from the regular price of $22.00. Reservations can be made on the internet but about 40% are first come first serve. I rated it a 9 based on the kind of park it is. It can’t be compared to a full service place as it purposes is so different.
This is just a plain park that is used for a quick layover, or that is my take on it as almost empty’s out during the day but fills up a bit a night. I bet in the hot summer it is a blast furnace as no shade. The electric I think might be a little weak as in the morning I noticed the voltage dropping (I guess to the higher use) and might be a problem in the hot summer with a lot of A/C going full blast. This is just a thought and I am not sure. Reservations are a little weak and had a little problem with our group, nice enough but the reservations process is just funny, $20 weekdays and $26 on week ends. They have different rates for different days which are kind of weird and you pay on your way out. I would stay again but don’t think I will because of other nice parks in the area.
I have stayed at this park several times and it is slowing going down hill. When it rains (at the coast it does rain) water does not drain and puddles are up to 4 inches deep. The manager is a little out spoken but his wife is great. The store is very lightly stocked. In the summer it is a fishing camp and has a good fish cleaning station but If you get a spot close to it kind of smelly. Has nice club house. In the summer it also has several fishing guides that stay there so if fishing is your thing very handy. I would stay again but it would not be my first choice.
This is a good news and bad news RV park. GOOD: Nice layout, sites drain well after heavy rains (and did it rain one night), friendly owners and the front row is set up for motor homes to pull into the site so you can look out at the golf course from your front window. BAD: This is a park in the making as the owner stated he has run out of money and can’t get additional funds so the last 10 percent (showers and restrooms and other items) is being done as the profit comes in. To be fair we were told in advance that it didn’t have them. I think it has been several years with no showers and restrooms so might be several more. The golf course doesn’t drain well and was unplayable when we were there. He did offer to let us play free but not worth it. We found other courses in the area and no problems, a little wet but playable. Don’t think we would go back.
Nice park but no shade and in the summer that might be a problem. Only a small part of the park has cable. Easy to find and park. Had a break-in on a car one night in the park. Don't know if that is a problem or just a one time thing. We would stay again.
This is a hard park to rate I gave it a 5 but if you just look at it as a overnight stop nothing wrong with it and maybe in that light it should be higher, like a 7. They had a great reservation system with email confirm when I signed up our 5 rig caravan. The staff was friendly. I would stay again for a overnight.
Nice park, we had a stream spot (pulled in head first and had the hookup on the correct side and that was nice.) The only problem we had was the manager who was a little rough. We came in with a five rig caravan and got the third degree for coming in all together and not dropping off our tow cars in town. That kind of started the visit off on the wrong foot. If the manager was nicer I would of rated it higher. I would come back even if I thought the rates were a little high.
Nice location close to ocean, great staff but dusty roads, dead grass, some sites not level. It is not a RV Resort type of park. We camped with a Good Sam group and had the use of a great club house. I know it is a coastal park but I live on the Oregon coast and it is overpriced. If they would pave the roads and water the grass, I would rate it a lot higher.
Very nice park with great people. We stayed with our Good Sam group and the club house was very nice. It would of been a 10 except for the tight spaces. We will stay again as the best in the area. Did I say the people VERY NICE. Good internet just a little hard to sign on, but FREE.
This is a old park with very small sites. Our motor home was 2 inches from a divider log on the driver side and when we parked the car as close as possible to the shrubs on the other side of the MH we only had 2 inches inches clearance on the MH front door. The extra charges are high such as 2 dollars per person over 2 per rig. We had a friend come over for a couple of hours for lunch and had to pay a 5 dollars car parking fee plus a 2 dollar person fee (plus tax). The reason I gave it an "8" is only because it is one of the few Oregon coast RV parks that is right at the ocean edge with great views and easy access to the beach.