We have stayed here many times. It is the best place to stay between Portland and points east on I-84. Very friendly hosts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Nice place overall. A lot of good shade trees but could be a factor for satellite but I don't use one so no big deal. Sites toward the back are wider and longer for bigger rigs. Up front sites are pretty close together. I'd come back. Perfect for Oregon Trail Center. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You get a bad first impression of this park because the front is full of old trailers with permanent residents. The sites in the back are nice with some shade. You also get a bad impression from the woman that works in the office. She was downright unpleasant and complained about "all of us baby boomers coming in the fall." Guess she doesn't want our business. Trains come by very early in the morning and very often, so not much sleep to be had here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pretty little campground. Pull-through space for our 33 ft RV was tight, but accommodated our slide out. Very friendly personnel and clean restrooms. We were delighted to find this RV park and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park over all but a bit pricey. $2.00 extra for Wi-Fi that is somewhat spotty. Big trees make satellite reception difficult in some spots. Very quiet at night. Best choice in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate based on monthly, electric extra after 400KWH. We chose a site in the adjacent MH park because it was much larger than in the RV park, but it didn't come with cable TV or Wi-Fi. We considered it a fair trade-off. The park itself was western-themed and well maintained. The staff was friendly and helpful. The location was very convenient to shopping, restaurants, and exploring the area, surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, still snow-capped in June. We'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice older campground. Spaces have grass between and picnic tables so its not too close together. Well maintained park with good laundry, pool and store. Some perms across the way from our row but were quiet. Internet cost extra and not worth the money, as it did not work half the time. Pool was clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice owner who is really accommodating and helpful. The park is well maintained by the caretaker and everything was in good working order. Our pull-through site had 50 amp. service and plenty of room for our opposing slides. Nice grass area with picnic table at each site. Some sites have large older trees, some have new trees that need a few years to provide shade. Overall we really like this park and will continue to come here when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here several different times when traveling through Oregon. They have always been helpful and considerate of our needs. We have a 36 foot fifth wheel and have not had a problem getting into spaces in any rows in the main area. I am surprised about the comments on the water since the March weather was very cold. Since they use city water I am sure they turned it off to keep pipes from freezing. There are lots of parks that do this in the winter. Don't hesitate to stop here. The office is open for late arrivals and they do try to make your stay pleasant. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Keep driving past this one! They tell you they have cable and WiFI but don't, no water available this time of year and no staff on site the manager shows up at 5pm to collect We didn't feel safe in the park the sites up front are very tight for a big rig. If you do choose to spend the night, stay in the back rows. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park had all the amenities listed and Trailer Life gave very high ratings, but it was run-down, old, and needed a facelift. The Wi-Fi was extra and stopped working the next day. Many of the resident rigs were broken, dirty or un-drivable giving the park a sleazy feel. The spaces were very close together and the playground was filthy. The staff was great which saved us from leaving, but we don't recommend staying here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park with long spaces, although not too wide. Good cable TV reception and Wi-Fi is available for an extra $2 per day (price of $31 per night includes this fee and Good Sam discount). It is quiet for the most part, but the train tracks are very close by and there were a lot of trains and horn blowing during the night. We live in an extremely quiet area in the mountains and are not used to this much train noise at night. If you are used to noise, this is not a issue. We would stay here again but probably only for a one night stopover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are staying for a few days while doing family history research. Nice park, helpful staff, and a terrific location. I would recommend this location to anyone traveling through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent park, very well maintained. The office, laundry and other entry buildings all are in old west style. The sites are quite large and each has a grassy lawn. The town of Baker City is a very clean friendly town. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here in a 40' 4-slide motorhome with tow vehicle using our Good Sam membership. Very nice park with long asphalt pads, full hookups with 50 amp, good TV and phone signals. Grass between sites with table. Site width isn't great but acceptable. Lots of shade trees. Some train noise. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The first thing we noticed entering the park were a couple of killer speed bumps. I believe they are totally unnecessary but it is not my park. Park had a nice pool but the water was cold. Quiet at night and during the day. Adequate space between sites, some grass, plenty of shade, playground. Pet friendly but you have to walk your dog outside of the park along the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is the weekly rate during Hells Canyon Motorcycle Rally. Owners could not have been more accommodating. The park was very clean and every effort was made to make sure everyone had a great time. We have stayed here before and will stay here again when in the Baker City area. Only wish we could have had a campfire but it is a city ordinance not a park rule, that prohibits fires. Lots to do in the area and this park is centrally located. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was very clean and well kept. The staff was very friendly and pointed out many of the local sites and places to see. We found this a great park that we will visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here several times in the past and this park has alway delivered. It has full hookups, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and a pool. Everything worked fine - we had no problems with the cable reception or Wi-Fi in the RV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice RV park, but the first week we stayed there it was completely full due to a softball tournament. Our site was on the end under some trees and after two weeks there was a lot of bird poo on our trailer. The maintenance man loaned us his ladder so we could clean the trailer off at the end of our stay. The trees were sappy and fortunately, we were able to park our truck along the fence to avoid the trees. The Cable reception was not the best. Wi-Fi worked pretty well. It is a good location for exploring Hell's Canyon, the Oregon trail and gold mining history. The price reflects the weekly fee, pay for six days and get the seventh free. We would stay here again but will request a site away from the trees. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It was very nice but the area we were parked in didn't have grown trees, it was warm. The Wi-Fi worked in the camper until two larger vehicles parked between us and the office; our $2 fee was waived. The person in the office was extremely thoughtful and helpful. We do not camp at KOA's because of the charges for things we do not use. I feel this campground was great but too expensive for an overnight stay as we didn't use any facilities. Our haste in needing to find a place determined our disregard for cost at the time. We would recommend it, however, for families with children. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Price reflects Good Sam discount. Wi-Fi is $2 a day. Sites are long and level. Really cute gift shop with a lot of Oregon Trail information. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed two nights (just for a break). Old facility but generally kept up. Nothing for pets. Very high water pressure. Sites somewhat close together, but manageable. Adjoins a truck equipment repair shop but we were there on the weekend and did not hear any noise. Might stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed there 2 nights. Very nice people that checked us in. Everything was clean. Wi-fi worked great and cable TV was good also. Quite a few permanent trailers but they were separated and did not notice them at all. Would stay again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is only a couple miles off I-84. Nice long pull through sites in the back. Unable to get Direct TV satellite due to the trees. There was a charge for Wi-Fi $2.00 per day but it was strong and fast. There was some grass between sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An OK park. Nothing special, but the staff are friendly and helpful. There are several long term residents in the park, but we did not notice a lot of junk around those trailers. Would stay there again. It is the nicer of the two parks in Baker City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was one of the best parks we stayed at during our 3 month trip. Clean, has a pool and an indoor hot tub. The showers and toilet areas were nice. There seemed to be a few semi-permanent folks but the sites were clean and well maintained. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This park is located at the rear of a mobile home park and many of the camping sites are taken up by semi-permanent units as well. While the staff was friendly the "campground" itself was lacking in any style at all and to our mind, was not worth the nightly rate charged. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has many manufactured homes in the front portion. Most appear well maintained. RV section has many "permanents" some of which are in poor condition. Be sure to arrive with a full water tank if traveling before April 15 as the water to sites is shut off. There is no adjustment to the nightly rate for lack of water at the sites. A faucet is available near the office. The rest rooms and showers reflect the age of the park. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a night stop for us. The website looks good but forgets to mention the Mobile home park on sight, Once checked in we found the site we were on had a lamp post in the middle of the sight so the awning would not even go out. Once moved to a sight that was more RV friendly. This place needs to space out their guests by removing some sights and focusing on quality not quantity. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Has Wi-fi but charge for it. Tidy laundry facility and clean pool. Appeared to have long term residents but the park was quiet. Looked at a couple others and this appeared to be the best in the area. Sites are not level. We have stayed here on two different occasions and if going through the area would likely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with mature shade trees. Showers are fully tiled and well maintained--great water pressure and plenty of hotwater. Park has indoor hottub, outdoor pool and large laundry facility--all well cared. High water pressure so be sure to use a pressure device at the faucet--they sell at office if you do not have one. Office mgr said they get water at 125 psi if not irrigating. Only real negative is proximity to mainline train track--frequent trains esp in early am We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park a couple of miles off I-84. The check in staff was very nice and helpful. Pointed us to some good restaurants and things to do in the area. Sites are a bit tight (narrow) but acceptable for a couple of nights stay. Grass, playground, pool, jacuzzi all added to the pleasure of this place. Wi-FI worked well, even in the back part of the park where we were. Was a $2.00 charge per day. Trees blocked satellite but cable had plenty of stations to watch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You must pass through an area of older house trailers to reach the RV park. I would guess that maintenance has been minimal for a number of years. The park itself has wide roads and long sites. Three repeaters allow a good Wi-Fi signal. Satellite will work if you ask for an appropriate site. Very quiet location. We have stayed here before, and probably will again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Has a few full time residents. The site was large. We enjoyed staying here. Park is away from the freeway noise. Has plenty of trees and squirrels. Close to shopping. We loved visiting the back roads and learned a lot about the Oregon Trail. We also visited the Fruit Loop, it's kind of like visiting the Napa Valley, but only this is fruit orchards, really enjoyed that. We like lots of space and quiet, this was a great area to stay for us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not much to add to other reviews, except that they have a very nice pool right at the entrance. Of course that means you have to walk past the "trailer park" (a row of maybe a dozen permanent trailers along the entrance road) another review mentioned. You can walk to a few places just down the road, but getting into the main part of town will require driving. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This rustic campground is just average, there is nothing special about it. You have to drive thru a trailer park to get to the campground. There are several long, level pull thrus for big rigs. Most sites are shaded, so satellite may not work, but they do have cable. Wifi was $2 a day. There are a lot of seasonal/permanent residents in older RVs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were traveling through the area on a cross country trip with no specific destination and just pulling off the highway to check out RV parks for the night. Found a few along the way with virtually no services, so we kept on driving. This place is like an oasis in the desert! Nice shaded spots, channels 2-40 on Cable TV, WiFi at the site, full hookup with a drive through site was available on the day of our visit, although the park appeared mostly full when we pulled in. Pool, playground, fairly well stocked camp store, and very pleasant office staff. Lots of people with kids and dogs, but the campground was quiet. Mountain view, definitely! Without even getting out of our RV. Several miles off the interstate, so no highway noise. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Except for a few trains, very quiet park. Lots of very tall shade trees making Satellite & Internet very difficult. Recommend spaces 115 thru 121 if Satellite is required. 37 Cable channels included with site rental. A lot of extended stay rigs here. Park was created in 1959 but well maintained and very scenic. Have stayed here before and will return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park, with transit RV's shoe-horned into narrow sites, Our pull-through site, although level, was barely long enough for 40-foot RV and toad. Many trees, so satellite access for TV was impossible --- no cable available. We had only 30 amp service, but we don't know if 50 amp was available. Although there are many trees, this is not a particularly attractive park. The rate is Good Sam rate. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent one night here and found this to be a low-level, so-so, park. Our site was level, but without much appeal. The park is full of "permanents", with the usual old and awful looking trailers, junk and stuff (e.g., old tires) strewn around. The dog area is an un-mowed field with a with a loud barking dog caged in the center. The restrooms were clean, but the stalls and showers are about the smallest I have ever seen. Not certain we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This site is strictly an overnighter, if that. Dirt/gravel roads and sites. The sites are relatively level. Lots of trees so if you want satellite access your choices are limited. The only site they say will get satellite reception is site 26 which only has 30amp service. We stayed in that site and no problem with reception or electricity. Not sure if there are any others. This park will do in a pinch but I will probably look elsewhere in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
True there are places in this campground which could use some sprucing, including watering the grassy areas, but overall for the price this is a good stopping place. This is our first time in Baker City, so for us this place works. And it is so quiet at night that one cannot help but get a good night's sleep. A plus for us is the fuel station plus the selection of food items in the office. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an old 50's sort of park. Site surfaces have deteriorated and grass has given way to dirt in most places. Trees are big and beautiful. Bathrooms are very small and should have been rebuilt years ago. Asphalt at entrance and in park is breaking up. We stayed here a week, but left early because in the night, above our trailer, hundreds of birds were roosting. In the morning the Airstream was covered with bird droppings. Comment from the manager when we asked to move, "All other sites are reserved and it was worse last year." We cleaned the trailer for a couple of days and then left. In Ogden Utah we found a "do it yourself truck and RV wash." $22 worth of quarters and one hours work got the trailer back to the condition it was when we entered this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always stay at this campground -- easy to get in and off the freeway. Dogs love their dog run which is part of a field. Lots are large, with lots of grass and trees. Five miles from the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Call for a reservation because this park fills up with over nighters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little campground right off of I-5. Large pull throughs accommodated both our 35' fiver and our truck. Nice friendly staff. Clean laundry room. Table at each space. Strong wi-fi available. Would return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, clean park. Easy to access from Hwy 84. Shaded pull through spots. Gasoline available onsite, which is a very nice feature. Bathrooms clean. 2 Shower stalls. Great view from campground. Surrounded by mountains in the distance. Only stayed one night but will return for an extended stay to check out the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good Sam Park. Free Tengo Internet is exceedingly complex; after a half hour of failure to set it up I used my Verizon Air Card. Although it is very close to Interstate 84 and an on/off ramp, it is amazingly quiet. Paved roads, gravel pads, grass between larger than average sites. Mature trees, good laundry. We would come here again. Water pressure 45#. Environmentally unconscious; no recycling. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Older but with nice long sites that didn't require us to disconnect our truck. Next time through this area we will stay here but for a longer stay to explore the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy off the interstate, but not too noisy from it. Lots of permanent residents in back. There was a motorcycle rally going on in town but they were all well behaved and quiet at night. Only one person in the bathroom at a time, so there was a line I could see, but did not use it. The site was narrow, but shady with big trees all around. It was wet and rainy so we did not use the dog run area. It would be fine for a one-night stop over but not for any length of time. What is there to do in Baker City, Oregon anyway? We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park with a very friendly staff. The park is shady, access to the Interstate is easy, they have a huge dog exercise area, propane sales, WiFi was good, and their unleaded gas was the lowest in the area. Even the locals fill up here. Site 26 was very spacious and easy to get into/out of. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, quiet little park. We were here about a week in the snow -- easy access to the interstate, super nice people in the office! Greatest dog run in the country! It's like a forty acre horse pasture. Makes it really nice to be able to turn the dogs loose and let them run! Really only have two complaints -- one, the laundry room is only open when the office is open. Crazy, right? It is in it's own little building, but they lock that sucker up when they leave. Two, the bathroom is terrible. Nice and clean, but they really need to get rid of the urinal and make the toilet area bigger. You literally cannot sit on the toilet without the door hitting your knees. Then, the door to the bath opens in and guess what it hits? That's right, the door that is now touching your knees! Probably wouldn't been as big of a deal had our water not been frozen, but it is what it is. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park with a very friendly staff. The park is shady, access to the Interstate is easy, they have a huge dog exercise area, space rent was very reasonable, WiFi and laundry were good, and their unleaded gas was the lowest in the area. We will stay here in the future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park although we could not put our carpet out to keep from tracking dirt into the motorhome. We had a lovely shaded site. The WiFi worked fine and we had a good cell phone signal. The bathrooms were clean but the stalls were small. My knees hit the stall door so I could not close it all the way. There are 2 showers but there is a common dressing room for both and it was cold. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. The dryer was 10 minutes for a quarter so you could put in as much or as little time as you needed. There is a lot to do in and around Baker City so staying here worked for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older park, with many large trees as seen on an aerial map. Laundry and bath were clean, the laundry very reasonably priced. Middle of campground has sites with grass. We called ahead, but did not reserve a site: calling ahead gets you a site. Overflow parking is on grass but has only water and electric. They ran full so our site was to the far edge. These sites have no grass, they are fairly large rough gravel/rocks. This was more than made up by the lovely tall tall trees and great breeze. And they sell huge chocolate berry bars. Yum! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a great little campground for an overnight. Very friendly people in the office. Sites were a decent size and their WiFi worked pretty good. No cable TV but you could pick up some local channels that are still analog. Quiet place. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is easy access from the Interstate but far enough away to eliminate highway noise. A good stop for those visiting the area because the only other RV park in this area is Mtn. View Holiday Trav-L-Park mobile home park with a few RV sites for short-term visitors. Lots of large trees for shade, but provides very little room for satellite reception. Lots of green grass, freshly mowed when I arrived. Most sites are pull-throughs, but my site was not quite long enough to accommodate both my RV and pickup. Nice Laundromat. Bathhouse with two small shower stalls and a common dressing area. Free Wi-Fi but I used my Verizon air card instead. The air card signal was strong. Permanent and seasonal residents occupy the spaces along both sides of the park and in the rear, the park allows them to enclose the area underneath their RV with panels. These panels are a hodgepodge of plywood, Styrofoam, and other insulating materials of very poor workmanship and are very unsightly. The park filled up each afternoon that I was here. Reservations might be a good idea. The rate was with a Good Sam discount and after taxes. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park. Clean and well manicured grounds. Lots of nice large shade trees. Easy access with mostly "pull through" sites. Not far off interstate but noise not an issue. Friendly staff. They appear to have some long term guests, but this was not an issue. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is good for overnight. The sites are quite narrow and required a little leveling. The washrooms were very tight. Quite a large long term group. Staff were friendly. Good internet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here in a 40' quad-slide motorhome with a tow car. Very treed park but we did get satellite signal. WiFi was good. Side-to-side spaces had grass between them. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We had 50 amp, table, and full hookups. There were lots of overnight stays. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A smallish park with great shade trees, great staff and very clean showers. Handled our 40-footer with truck attached. Lots to see in the surrounding area, including a small-gauge railroad and mining town. Some permanent residents here, but it's quiet and well maintained. Enjoyed the week. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Rate is daily rate with Good Sam Discount. Roads are asphalt and pads gravel. Appears to be an old KOA in a previous life. If you are coming in off I-84 pull straight in perpendicular to the fuel pumps, otherwise you find yourself making a sharp U-turn. Has seasonals and permanents around the outside, while the center pull thru site are for travelers. They have a good turnover every night with most people only staying for one night. Even with the trees we were able to connect to the satellite for our Internet, though many sites would not be as open. We have stayed here before and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, non-fancy, smallish, older park with large mature shade trees, asphalt interior roads, gravel RV pads, and grass between sites. There should be no problems for large rigs to maneuver around. The little office has a gift / souvenir shop and gasoline pumps (no diesel). And can you believe it... this RV park is located near an Interstate highway yet there are NO RAILROAD TRACKS next door... so no noisy trains to keep you awake! In short, it's peaceful here. Eastern Oregon is windy, so you can expect to encounter that here also. Voltage is a solid 120 at 60 HZ. Water pressure is good. There appears to be quite a few full timers here with some older run-down trailers and cluttered sites, but everyone seems friendly or keeps to themselves. Tengo Wireless (a pay-for-use system) is available in the park with a strong signal. AT&T Mobility has a good solid cell signal here. I would definitely recommend this park for an overnighter or even for a few days if you just wanted to get away from the crowds or to visit the local attractions. Price listed includes Good Sam discount and tax. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
No cable, no TV reception, to many trees for dish, and qualifies for the world record of "the smallest bathrooms". I'm 5'10", 170lb and could not fit in the toilet and shut the door at the same time. WIFI is a new addition, (it's a pay for), don't bother. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice place that's far enough off the Interstate to be quiet. The owners are friendly and helpful and the gas pumps make it very handy when getting back on the road. The restrooms might be described as unusual but they're what I expected when I saw the office. It's an original KOA a-frame and was the newest thing when KOA got started. Because of the building design and size, the stalls and showers can be a "bit of a challenge" for anyone past their early teens. One unique feature - the mirrors are mounted somewhat overhead on the sloping wall/ceiling. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park convenient to I-84 but far enough away so there is no freeway noise. There are not a lot of amenities, but the park has good access for rigs of all sizes and lots of trees to shade the sites. There is no cable TV but there is good reception of broadcast stations from Portland and Boise. Restrooms/showers were clean, but are very small. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Welcome to the Great Outdoors! This is a beautifully maintained U.S. Forest Service park located on Hwy 7, 18 miles SW of Baker City, OR. Bring everything you need because there are no conveniences nearby. The campground is at 4100' elevation nestled among Ponderosa Pines and just above Phillips Lake, which can be seen from several campsites. It is open May 1 - September 30. There is a 6.5 mile shoreline hiking / biking trail, a swim beach, a boat launch and plenty of fishing for trout, bass, and perch. There are 3 large reservable group tenting sites near the shore of the lake. There is no TV reception and satellite reception is questionable due to the trees. Our Verizon services worked well. The camp hosts are very helpful and friendly. Firewood is sold on site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.