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RV park is one of the better ones in Salem. Nice sites with adequate space between RV's. Negatives are the FedEx facility next door which is noisy at times and the lack of TV cable channels given to daily RV guests. The cable was basically useless with a few local channels and a lot of shopping, etc channels. Only the long term guests get the total cable channel package. Bring your dish and receiver if you want good TV channels. I do not remember the cost, but around 30 to 35 a night.

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Very nice, clean, well organized RV park. Enjoyed a short overnight stay using a pull-thru. Arrived after closing time and my info was all ready in the box outside the office with all the directions marked to my site. Hookups were all well placed. Green grass between sites and level pads for the RV. Wide enough drives for easy check in and maneuvering into and out of site. The only negative was the small pet areas for our doggies and the limited TV channels on the cable. I would definitely stay here again. Got a Good Sam discount but I can't remember exactly how much I paid but I think it was around $28-$30.


Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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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.