Another one of the great county parks in Oregon. Nice quiet little park just north of Eugene, easy to get to off of I-5. Restrooms were clean, showers were clean, and the park is well kept. Had a slight problem with the electrical at the 1st site, they moved me one site over, best part, they had a County Electrician out with 20 minutes to fix the one that wasn't working. Campground hosts were very helpful, very polite. This is my 2nd stay here in 3 years, will stay here again.
As other reviewers have stated, a very mixed bag of newer and older units. Lots of long term residents, sites for the most part are kept clean. Buildings are older, run-down and in need of some sprucing up. There are two free dump sites, honey wagon is $25, unless you need same day service, then its $50. Roads are dirt, lots of dust raised as people drive by. The camp hosts or staff are called "Rangers", not sure why, but apparently the attitude is "we are in charge". Too many rules, too many obnoxious, overbearing twenty year olds being put in charge, for me. I've stayed at plenty of RV parks that have the same rules, but aren't in your face about them. Won't stay here again, probably won't stay in another Thousand Trails after my experience here.
Great place, staff was very friendly, went out of their way to make you feel welcome. Sites a large, well laid out, and have double hook-ups, one at each end. Very beautiful layout, well maintained. We will stay here again when we are in the area.
Arrived only find they had lost my reservation, although I had the confirmation from them on the day I had made the reservation. Could not get me a site at the fairgrounds due to being booked up. They did get me a site in the "new" rv park they have. What a dump, will not stay here again, full of long term residents, very run down and didn't look safe. Would let my wife outside after dark. Host was rude as could be, would not stay her again, I'd rather sleep at a walmart.
Great Park, be advised, only half of the campground loops have a sewer hookup, so verify in your reservations if that is what you want. Lots of things to do, great tours of the Military historical area. They have, i believe around 15 miles of bike/hiking trails, campgrounds are within a mile of the beach. They also have a great dumping facility, can handle 3 vehicles at a time, so rarely backed up. Campgrounds themselves are fairly private, all have fire rings and picnic tables, most are pretty flat, although with over five hundred sites, not all are perfect. Restrooms and showers are stocked several times during the day, and always found them to be clean. This has to be one of my favorite parks/campgrounds.
Nice park, sites are grouped in the center of the park with plenty of grass to wander around on. Very nice place to take kids, lots of room to run, play and ride bikes. Restrooms were well kept, staff was nice, camp host was excellent. No wi-fi, kind of nice to disconnect. When we were there in June there was a great fruit stand between the camp and the bridge. A little noise from the trucks transitioning to the bridge, but not enough to bother us. Would stay here again.
Very nice, clean well kept park. Sites are a little close together and no shade, but it is Portland so doesn't normally get too hot. Best park I've found in Portland by far. Restrooms were spotless, well stocked and well lit. Plenty of room for our 43' M/H and the toad. Easy access to the freeways, although about 5 miles from the nearest. Nice mix of long-term and short term, office staff was very friendly. People complain about the noise from the airport, but we couldn't hear it unless we were outside.
Park was nicely maintained and clean, restroom were stocked, and clean. We had interaction with 2 staff members, one was very friendly, the other acted as tho we were bothering her. As others have stated the park is very load due to being located on the Portland Airport flightpath. The majority of people in the park were long-term residents who acted as tho you were in their way. The one next to us stayed up late, partied, drank, slammed car doors until 2 am. I encountered one young couple showering together in the male showers, they acted as tho I was at fault for bothering them. Wi-Fi was very spotty. Due to the behavior of the residents will not stay here again.
Another one of Oregon's wonderful state or county parks. Well maintained, clean beautiful park. Restrooms were stocked and kept clean. Wi-Fi was a little spotty, but I'm not concerned if I can't connect so really doesn't bother me. Very quiet peaceful setting, lovely dog area, and a great little nature trail down by the river. Will stay here whenever I come to Eugene.
Hard park to rate, older, a little neglected, but owner is very friendly. His business is primarily fisherman, hunters and folks who work in the area for the energy companies. This is a great park to use as a base camp for fishing, hunting or working, but don't think I would bring a family here. Electrical, water and sewer are in good working order, restrooms are kept clean and well stocked.
Hard park to review, lots of full time/long term renters. It appears that all the short term RV sites are up front, where there is a fair amount of road noise. That being said, the park was immaculate, grass was well trimmed, restrooms and showers were absolutely spotless. Staff was friendly, helpful and seemed to genuinely care that your stay was comfortable. Small gas station quick-mart type store within walking distance. Long term spots were very well kept. Only downside to us was the inability to get any type of Wi-Fi connection. Will stay here again, good spot for us on the way to Portland.
Great park. Grass sites; ours was completely level front to back and size to side. Manager/owner takes you to your site and shows you where all the hook-ups are. Very quiet, serene, beautiful view of the river. The drive in to the park is through farmland and some industry, but the park is grassy and nice with only views of the river. About an hour from Boise, 10 minutes from Homedale. While a little isolated, if I was looking for a nice place to stop in SW Idaho while passing through, this place is a hidden gem. We live about an hour away, and this is our go-to park for a three or 4 day stay. Only reason for a 9 instead of a 10, is sites could be a bit more private.
Nice park; camp hosts were very friendly. Does not have sewer connection but has an easy to access dump site. Plenty of grass and an enclosed off-leash dog run. Sites were easy to access; the lower sites on the river was closed due to time of year when we were there. Only downside was lots of stickers to get stuck in dogs fur, but nature is nature. Didn't try to access satellite TV, so no idea if that's available. Rate is for disabled vets; if you are a disabled Vet, Oregon's state Parks have a great FREE program for in or out of state veterans