Date of Stay:
October, 2010 -
This RV Park was one that we really enjoyed. It is situated atop a hill off Highway 101, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. There are a few sites along the upper level that has an Ocean view, and wonderful sunsets. The Park has 2 levels and some really nice deep sites for Big RV's. They offer some excellent Wi-Fi that was really nice and fast. Everyone of the Staff was really friendly and helpful. The Park has a Fantastic Club House with a small gift shop, a large common area for large groups and a Big TV. The Public Restrooms/Showers were spotlessly clean and had very large showers. The weekend we stayed there the Park offered a FREE BBQ for everyone who was staying in the Park. The weather cooperated so we went to the BBQ. We met some really nice people from all over the USA and Canada. That was really fun and very nice of the Park to do that Free of charge. For those who not been to Lincoln City, OR, this a great part of the beautiful Oregon Coast, that offers so many things to see and do, I could almost write a book. What I can say is this, go to Lincoln City, stay at this excellent RV Park, and go explore the beauty and bounty of the Oregon Coast. We camped at Premier RV Resort of Lincoln City Oregon in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2010 -
We absolutely love this RV park. We have made this an annual trip and stay for 8-10 days each year. The park is very clean, has a great staff, and always do whatever they can to make your stay as pleasurable as possible. The park has sites that are very large and deep for the really big rigs, and others that are better for the smaller RV's or tent trailers. The one thing that we especially enjoy is watching the deer wander through the park. Across the street from the RV park is the office with an internet cafe to check your e-mail etc. They make great latte's and cinnamon rolls. We take our laptops to the cafe each morning to check e-mails and enjoy a latte and cinnamon roll. For families that want to meet friends or other family members, that don't have an RV, there is a motel and cabins available, not to mention a really nice pool. The kids can be kept happy riding their bikes, playing putt putt golf, or getting an ice cream cone or blackberry milkshake. This is a very peaceful and quiet RV park that just so happens to be in a little piece of heaven, Wallowa Lake and Joseph, Oregon. The scenic beauty is just breathtaking, and makes this RV park that much more special. Less than 200 yards from the RV park entrance is the gondola ride to the top of 9000' Mt. Howard. This is a must do, and is not overly expensive and is affordable for a family outing. The ride to the top is spectacular. Be sure to take some nuts for the squirrels, they are everywhere on top. I hope you can make the trip to Joseph, OR and stay at "Park at the River". Once you have, I would bet you'll leave a bit of your heart there, when you leave for home. It's That special a place!! We camped at Park at the River in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2010 -
We stayed at this wonderful RV Park over Memorial Day weekend. The Rouge River is right next to the RV Park, with many sites that have River View/Frontage. We got an interior site, which was OK and was roomy enough for our 30' Travel Trailer. The RV Park is far enough off the Highway, to make it very quiet. We used the Wi-Fi which we found to be adequate but not too fast. The Park is very well kept up and that is very refreshing, as some we have visited are less well kept. The Staff was very friendly and helpful, especially when we first arrived giving us an escort to our site, and assisting us into our site. We had some nice weather, and the large trees within the Park made most sites pretty shady, but not overly so that it got too cold. We really enjoyed our stay here and will most definitely will return. I forgot to mention that the RV Park is located within easy access of the I-5 Freeway, making it a great stopping place for those traveling the I-5 corridor. The City of Grants Pass is a beautiful City located along the banks of the World Famous Rouge River. On Memorial Weekend they have a Celebration called Boat-Nik. This involves some really fun Jet Boat races over many miles of the Rouge, and draws teams from around the world. There is also a really fun to watch, slalom Jet Boat Race right in downtown, making it easy and fun to watch. There is also a Tour Company that offers Jet Boat Rides downriver through the Hells Gate Canyon. We have done this trip, and it is well worth the dollars spent. With the RV Park being so close to the City of Grants Pass, this makes for a great location to bring your RV, and enjoy everything the Rouge Valley has to offer. Great RV Park, lots of outdoor activities, fishing, jet boats, outstanding wineries, and great scenery. What more can you ask for? We camped at Bridgeview RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.