Good for what it is. Makes a convenient overnight at one of the best rates (even without any discounts) I saw in this stretch of I-5. Primarily long term residents but pull-through and others available for transients. The park is kept up, but some of the units are on the older more cluttered side. No problem, I'm not going to live there. Road noise noticeable but not bad. Couldn't get in to wireless but there is a good Verizon 4g signal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU, pull through site. Host said they no longer give any discounts due to all the problems they had with people claiming to have forgotten their membership cards and then aggressively complaining if they didn't get the cheapest rate. Just off I-5, it has gravel roads and a large number of permanent rigs. However the overnight spaces are nice pull through's with asphalt pads. Makes for a convenient overnight stop if you want to stay close to the freeway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are many full timers and some run down rigs. The management is helpful and it is convenient to I-5. The sites are small and close. Overall, it is not bad for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you like easy access to and from the freeway (I-5) and in and out of your space, while being in the country, this is a pretty okay place. It's located right off I-5 about 20 miles north of Eugene. It's 6 miles to Harrisburg, a very small town; 15 miles to Junction City (Country Coach factory is here), a little bigger town with the nearest grocery store, and 10 miles to Coburg (where Monaco and Marathon factories are). It's located on the edge of a massive grain field that is harvested in July. So, there's a real country feel here. It's pretty quiet. The freeway noise is noticeable, but not annoying. Geese fly over constantly and swallows nest nearby. Ducks frequent the place. Country roads are all around. There's a lot of history in the area. The price is very reasonable. The park is older, but well kept. There are a lot of monthly residents, but the park is clean, orderly, and quiet. The managers are friendly and helpful. Tenting is allowed, but the rate is the same for RVs. Many of the spaces are positioned end to end, so your back window looks into someone else's front window. The managers put you into a space that will work for you whether you have a 5th or a motorhome. The downside of this place is the cottonwoods shed in June and July, so it's constantly "snowing" cottonwood seeds for a couple weeks. For those with grass allergies, this isn't the place for your. The field is harvested in mid summer, creating a lot of dust and grass debris. If that doesn't bother you, it's great, cheap entertainment watching the fields being cut and combined. I don't consider this a downside, but there is a trucking terminal next to the park, where trucks flow through mostly during the day with a few nightly arrivals. I heard them occasionally. If all you need is a place to pull off for the night and sleep, you have two nearby options: a state rest area 2 miles south of the park (on both northbound and southbound sides) and a large dirt parking lot just outside the park used by truckers. Of course, neither have RV facilities. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here for a month. The sites are good size with 50 amp, water, sewer. A lot of permanent residences. Site is side-by-side site with enough room for our chairs and BBQ. Personnel are friendly and helpful. A good place for us to visit family. We would return here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Has a mix of pull through and back-in sites. Roadways are gravel, but most camping spots have a level concrete pad. Pull through sites are doubled front/back and alternate facing direction (apparently to facilitate efficient hookups). I stayed 2 nights on my most recent visit and previously stayed 1 night several months before. The park is quiet and sufficiently far from the Interstate so that traffic noise isn't a serious consideration. Plenty of room to maneuver my 42' rig. Laundry room was small (6 washers/6 dryers) but sufficient -- and clean. "Exercise room" was a joke. It was next to the laundry room with an unpowered treadmill and a stationary bicycle -- next to a hot water boiler. I would stay here again, if I pass through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU, back-in site. Roads and pads are concrete, several sites in the pull-through area are badly cracked, but the back-in sites are in good condition. If you come here thinking it is a resort you will be disappointed, but if you are looking for a an RV park in an area where there are many facilities to service, repair, or remodel your RV, this is an excellent place to stay, which was what we used it for. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The RV spaces in this park are being greatly neglected. Many are severely cracked and some have completely caved in. They have dumped a bunch of gravel on those sites. Of the 12 pull-through sites, only 11 are usable because there is no water at the one site. The perimeter sites are too narrow to put out your slides and park your car in the designated area beside your rig because your car will touch the slides on the rig parked next to you. The laundry has been created from one of the rooms in the motel. It is partially unfinished, has 3 washers and 3 dryers, of which only 2 dryers work. The smell from the Harrisburg Sewage Treatment plant about a half mile away is constant and ruins any time you may want to spend outside. This place may be all right for one night while you need work done at some of the repair facilities in the area, but if you are expecting this to be a true resort as the name implies you will be greatly disappointed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We travel in a 45 ft motorhome with a trailer and it is difficult to find parks that can handle our 69 ft unit without unhooking. This park can handle it and the staff was very friendly. It is a quiet park and very neat and clean. The sites are concrete and the streets are paved. We definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Restrooms are clean, staff was friendly, spaces seemed average size for this type of park. Very few long term residents, Wi-Fi was fair. We have stayed here twice now and would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 2 nights while our motorhome was being repaired. I disagree with the writer who said that the sites were tight. There was grass between each space and "YES" they do need to have picnic benches for each site. The park was clean and could use some TLC. The park is only a couple of years old and they need to plant some trees to make it look even better. Since it is bank owned, until it is sold and $$$ can be sent on it, it is still good enough to spend a couple of days at and enjoy the slow and quiet time. We would and probably will spend time here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in receivership and is now bank owned. The sites are not level as the concrete on most all the sites has broken up and is caving badly. Due to financial problems, it doesn't appear to have any maintenance going on. The sites are painfully close to one another and there is not a lick of shade. There is a beautiful section of the Williamette river here but there is no access at all. Train noise is also very noticeable. Yes, Wi-Fi is good. If you want privacy and a little breathing space, then this is not the place. There is very little to do in Harrisburg but I hear the fishing is nice. The clubhouse is in good shape, but the campground is way too tight. No shade, no privacy, squeeze tight so it gets a 3 overall. We were here for an RV rally, otherwise we would have only stayed one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed in for some time. The roads are paved, sites are concrete and level, with grass in between. The Wi-Fi Internet was excellent. The sites are very open for satellite. The only thing missing was a picnic table or I would give it a 10. We would stay here any time we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I understand this property to be bank owned. The park was fairly well maintained. The pool and hot tub could use a cleaning. No umbrellas at the pool! Good Wi-Fi. Paved roads and concrete pads. Some pads are falling apart. Some sites are a bit tight for 45-footers. Near several RV service companies. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park on a whim while traveling home from southern Oregon. This park seems to have been carved out of a hay field and is surrounded by such on three sides. What has potential to be a nice little park, has fallen short for our camping preferences. There is no shade (100's today), no landscaping, and what lawn is present is not watered or otherwise cared for. There were three dead field mice on our "lawn" which I assume were carrion for the local birds. The RV park is part of the motel also on site. There is a small outdoor pool which is nice but not even an umbrella for a bit of shade when needed. There is nothing here to do but sit in your rig which is fine. Kids would have a difficult time. However, if you drive into Harrisburg there is a great Chinese restaurant and public access to the riverfront perfect for swimming and tubing. We actually stayed a couple of days just to enjoy a splash in the river. River Bend is 6+ miles off I-5 but an easy drive. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Bank owned property lacking maintenance. Attended rally here. The Wi-Fi was good most of the time but slow. Had nice meeting rooms and office facilities. Had very bad water to each site. Not too good but the best in the area. Was close to motorhome service facilities for out of business motorhome manufacturers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paved interior roads with concrete parking pads. Pull-throughs have no patio, but back-in's do. No picnic tables or fire rings. This property is deteroriating. No security or rules enforcement. Everything that breaks stays broken. Laundry is in one of the motel rooms. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place to stay. First, it is QUIET. The highway is miles away and there is very little local traffic. The pads are concrete although some have serious cracking issues. Clearly there was some substandard construction done. The place is right on the river although there is no river access. The banks are straight down with no beach. Everything else is in good condition. You might have to step on grass to get into your basement but its called camping. Since it is fairly new there is no shade but dish reception is great. I would look forward to staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were pretty crowded with caution needed when extending slides. The staff were very friendly and helpful which came in handy when one party in our group had major issues with the electrical hookups. This could have been an incredible place to stay, but it suffers from poor initial construction (just a couple of years old) and lack of maintenance. A couple of the sites aren't suitable due to problems with concrete that was poured very thin and with no reinforcement steel or wire. Very nice area for our group to gather indoors. All in all, we had a nice weekend and most of us agreed that we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is under new ownership and improved. Office girls are very helpful, pull throughs are long but not wide enough for our 4 slide 45 ft MH. I gave a 6 because if you need to pull something out from the storage bay or for dumping you have to go on the very wet grass -it was raining- and you we got dirty shoes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park appears to be pretty new. Well maintained with level concrete pads with concrete patio. Our site was 1 away from the main building and our internet connection was good. Disappointed in that for the money it was very basic: no picnic tables, no activities. However, it had facilities for rallys, family reunions, etc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No frills but a nice little place. Everyone was very friendly. The spots are level and clean but very bare bones. No tables or fire pits or anything like that. If you want extras bring them with you. I agree with the previous review that said that the place seemed unfinished (maybe due to the economy?). The hotel portion was a ghost town. Even so, everything was clean and kept up. The pool and hot tub were wonderful and had a lovely view of the river to enjoy as you swam or soaked though there is no actual river access here. Wi-Fi was spotty at best for us but we were also in the very last spot so it's possible that we were just out of range. It was a very peaceful place to stop and rest before continuing on and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here two years in a row. Very convenient if you are having work done on your RV in this area as Country Coach is here and Monaco used to be. We were in one of the most distant sites and the Wi-Fi worked well. This park is right on a river. The spaces are all cement pads. They have a large laundry facility. There is also a small hotel here. The power, sewer, water all worked well. There is plenty of room for the biggest rigs here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here while attending a two day Camp Freightliner seminar. Nice enough park, nice pool. No shade trees. Nice view of the river. Somewhat lacking in pet area but plenty of places to walk dog. This is a newer park and somehow get the feeling there was suppose to be more to it but waiting for the economy to improve. Motel on site. No cafe or restaurant in park. They do weddings and conferences also. Great high speed internet Wi-Fi. We would gladly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is surrounded by farmland which we found pleasing, however there is construction on Peoria Road where the camp is located and that meant a detour. They did not alert us to the road construction and we ended up taking a road that we could not turn around on, (which is how I know we were in farmland). Prospective campers should inquire about the best route for them as we encountered a very steep railroad crossing that is not recommended to drive a big rig over. The water had an unusual taste to me but is drinkable. If you are fickle about water you might want to bring bottled for coffee, etc. The 8 rating reflects the failure to alert us to the road being closed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate was fantastic for a week long stay. Laundry room was clean and staff was friendly, but I missed the nice landscaping you can have at other parks in Eugene (Deerwood). Overall though, this was a good park to have repair work done at and we would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was here for Camp Frieghtliner in August with 90 degree temps and there were tons of rigs with multi A/C and the power never wavered. This place was built several years ago with the idea that people getting their rigs worked on at CC, Monaco, etc could stay here, but then most of those shut down and they haven't finished parts of it. It still is an Awesome place to stay. The sites are wide enuff, long enough and the help is knowledgeable about the local area and very friendly. I really hope that they can keep it open and I will be staying there again next time I'm in the area. It's great being able to sit out in the front and watch the river run by. It is also a Camp Club USA site, but I forgot when I checked in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fairly new RV Park, which also has hotel rooms. Located right on a large river. We had one of about 12 spacious pull through sites. The others were back in sites, but plenty big enough for 40'. This park has agreements with some of the many local RV upgrade and repair places that are in this area. I was able to have a couple come out and do work on my coach while I was here. This is a good location to a large Camping World and Guarantee RV Parts. There is also a conference center here. Freightliner was having people in a few days after we stayed here. There is nothing wrong with any of the facilities here. I did not give it a 9 or 10 because the park is not visually stunning. Maybe a bit more grass and trees would help. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pros: friendly staff; big rig sites; quiet; they allow mobile RV service techs (Country Boys RV is great!) and cleaners (Mobile Mike's is great!) on site, Wi-Fi works great, Cons: Slow to clean restrooms, no privacy in showers. Because this park met our needs so well, we will return. Price indicated is monthly rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is where we stay when going to Guaranty RV for service. It's clean, nice and quiet. Very easy to get in and out of. The management is always friendly and accommodating. Easy for our dogs too. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here a month. Has nice paved roads and pads. Some pads are broken and cracked. Most sites have weeds/grass growing in the concrete seams. Grass needs mowing. The restaurant is closed and there is no continental breakfast. Swimming pool wasn't heated. Personnel were friendly and helpful. Located right along the Willamette River. If you park a car/truck on the site pad, then there is no place for chairs and a table except the small grass area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is based on 50 amp FHU weekly rate. Nice wide interior roads with concrete pads. The row of long pull thru sites easily accommodates big rigs. Grass around sites, but if you are looking for shade, there are no trees, great for satellite though. Showers use curtains for privacy in the stalls with a common dressing area. There are a few longer term residents, but overall it is still a new enough park that they don't detract from the overall appearance. We would certainly stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fine resort park with a very good restaurant, swimming pool, club house and many other facilities. The park is well situated on the Willamette River and on the outskirts of Harrisburg, giving great access to the many companies servicing the RV industry in this region. It is also only a short drive from the I-5. The staff were very pleasant and professional, as one would expect in a resort park. We found the resort to be very peaceful, with no traffic noise. The inclusive continental breakfast was a pleasant surprise. We will certainly return when revisiting this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is an 8 right now, but will be a 9 or a 10 when construction is finished. Beautiful clean sites and a friendly staff made my visit enjoyable. If you are a bird watcher the Willamette River Valley is tops. I got to see a bald eagle and numerous osprey. I will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This is a new park with a huge clubhouse and hotel. The park is still under construction. Mostly needs landscaping. There was one 5th wheel in the park. I meet with the owner who described the intended uses of the facility. Lots of amenities. The park has possibilities but needs lots of marketing and word of mouth recommendations. We camped here in a Motorhome.