I highly recommend this publicly-operated park. It has a manager who considers it to be “her park” and oversees it and its occupants with a great deal of caring. The facility is well maintained with workers constantly present. The sites are narrow but of sufficient length for large rigs. It can be somewhat noisy due to a heavily used adjacent city street. Traffic on this road decreases markedly after 9:00 PM. Redmond and Bend are ½ hour away making this a great spot to base while exploring Oregon’s high desert region. The park offers very basic cable consisting of the major networks. The Wi-Fi service is very good. It wasn’t working when I arrived due to an antenna problem, but the manager saw that it was fixed in short order. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well run, very quiet, RV park. Adjacent to the County Fairgrounds via a mutual gate from the RV park. Bathrooms are clean, but very under-vented so very humid inside. Also, shower stalls are small and the shower heads hard to direct away from your face and great care must be taken to not flood the small dressing area just outside the stall. Not possible with the handicap stall, just wear flip-flops is the best advise. The park is very well shaded with mature trees and the spaces are very adequate, each with an individual picnic table though they seem to mostly need a new paint job as they are peeling. Each space has grass which is well watered on timers and cut regularly by staff. WiFi works fine. Just a short drive up the street to the middle of town and several restaurants on Main street. One supermarket in town (Rays) down at the east end along with a decent laundromat and a Rite Aid. This really is a decent little town to visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with big shade trees. Roads and sites are paved, but sites are narrow and just long enough for our 37 foot M/H and towed. Has grass between level sites. Power, water, and cell (AT&T) was good. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a jewel and the best bargain for your money. We have been coming here for a few years and just love it. The park is very well kept and well run. It has nice green grass, paved roads and RV pads. There are doggy areas and waste collection bags are readily available. Amazingly enough, visitors seem to actually pick up after their dogs here. The manager is wonderful and treats us like family. Her daughter also will help out, and she does a great job as well. Some may complain about the size of the spots, but this park was put in before RVers had monster rigs with multiple slides. The park is by the fairgrounds, so there is open space to avoid that closed in feeling some parks might have when located within a town. And the fairgrounds have large grassy areas if you wanted to take your pet on a clean walk outside the RV park. I highly recommend this park as a base to explore this part of Oregon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, but cramped. I moved to an end spot after the first night which was much better. Spent 5 nights total. Some full timers, but well kept spaces. Great Wi-Fi. Great dog walking area across the street. I will stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Run by the parks and recreation department, the Crook County RV Park in Prineville, Oregon. The park and bathrooms (with nice hot showers) were clean, grounds keepers were working on the property, and the office staff was friendly and helpful. Nightly cost is $28 for full hookups (including Wi-Fi, cable and sewer), 10-percent discount to AAA; there are also weekly and monthly rates. Most of the other occupants where long term tenants. Convenient to downtown, grocery, fuel, fair ground. Could be warm in summer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped for one night while traveling, and were provided a long enough pull through not to have to unhook. Pleasant enough with lawn and trees between sites. Lots of long tenancy's but not a problem. This park is adjacent to the fairgrounds and would probably be noisy when events going on but was quiet while we were there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is a weekly rate, with tax included. We stayed in a long, big 5th wheel. This park is beautiful, well kept, easy in and out, good amenities and the staff couldn't be better - which is really one on site person that was great. We would definitely stay again, and again, if ever passing this way. We are full time RVers and this is one of few 10s we've ever given. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located approximately ½ mile south of the center of Prineville, this park features fully paved access roads and pull-through sites. Sites are separated by a grass strip and there are number of large trees within the park. The level of maintenance was excellent. Since the park is adjacent to the county fairgrounds, there may be some noise during the times that events are held there. The staff and residents of the park were friendly and helpful. While Wi-Fi wasn’t available when I visited, I was told that it would be installed within the next few weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access to the park. Nice clean park. Staff was friendly. We have stayed here before and the quality was the same. Good fishing in the area. We could use our air card and Verizon phone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. We spent a week and are going back for 2 weeks next year. It's a county RV Park and is adjacent to the fairgrounds. Nice trees, well run and well maintained. We had a nice view of the fairgrounds and were there for the high school rodeo competitions. Next year we will spend two weeks over the county rodeo event as you can walk right into the fairgrounds from the park. No WiFi and no pool but Verizon worked just fine for data. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice park with good sized paved sites. There is a 10' wide well maintained grass area between sites. There are lots of trees. It's a good looking campground. The only problem we found was that all the services are at the back of the sites. We are in a great pull-thru but it was easier to disconnect the truck and park it in front than to get out longer sewer and water hoses. The cable is clear but only a few stations. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was the first RV park I ever stayed in since this was my first RV trip. The facilities were exceptionally clean and secure. We enjoyed the grassy area next to our spot, and we had fun attending the rodeo taking place at the fairgrounds next door. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is $27.59 for 30 amp service and $29.57 for 50 amp service. They have a ring of tall trees that surround the park and provide nice shade but it interferes with the use of a satellite. The streets and parking are paved and there is grass between the sites. They are quite long as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is right next to the county fairground and is just outside of Prineville. The sites are very close, with very small grassy areas. The RV's are parked back to back, but there's room for slide outs, and the park was quiet when we were there. Upon arrival we had to listen to the park employee chat with a customer for about 10 minutes about her last trip to Europe. She reluctantly ended her gab fest to take our registration. This is a well maintained park, and was very busy when we were there, even though the fairgrounds were closed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice well maintained park, well treed and landscaped. Friendly helpful staff. Good roads. Difficult to get satellite Internet. Would stay there again if we could get satellite. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice, newer well maintained county RV park. Streets are asphalt. Sites are asphalt and are level. Most are long pull thrus with some back ins. The park is big rig friendly. Cable TV doesn't have very many channels. There are quite a few trees and some of them need to be trimmed. We would stay at this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, sites close together, didn't get to meet staff, as they close the office pretty early (6 pm?). With no staff to consult, we didn't have restroom code, had to knock on neighbor's door after dark. Park is nice, but compact, fairgrounds imparted a slight odor. Nice for a stopover or if you have a fairground activity. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very well maintained and managed RV park with seperate area for tent campers and two darling dry log cabins. RV spaces are roomy with lawn area between spaces, pull throughs and back-in spaces available. Park is adjacent to county fairgrounds with access gates, and is very close to city center without being "in town". Very quiet and pleasant atmosphere and a very friendly and helpful staff. Lots of fishing, hiking and sightseeing in the nearby area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground looked nice and we were excited to stay and head down to the lake and do some fishing. We arrived and 4 out of the 22 sites were occupied (one being by the host) so we picked an open spot and had just backed in when the host came and said we were too early and we couldn't check in until 2pm. It was about 11am. He wouldn't even let us park in the spot we were already backed into. We were shocked! The place wasn't crowded and he wouldn't bend even when we told him we were from out of state. We left and camped elsewhere. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent campgrounds. Narrow pads, but level. Personnel at desk wonderful to talk to. Have a 37' MH with tow. Had to disconnect before pulling into space 80 - was not planning to disconnect. Call to reserve. Will camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park for Dry camping by the lake, don't know if they have a dump but water hose bibs are spread out through the park for water. We were just passing through and it was to far to late to make it to John Day so we pulled in for the night, i would come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park on the reservoir. Satellite TV seemed accessible for many sites. There are some sites that overlook the reservoir. Phone service & personal internet were not too good. It is about 15 miles from the nearest town so try to take the things you need. There are a lot of deer in the area in the evenings & they're not afraid of people or small dogs. There is a boat ramp in the day use area if you want to take a boat. We would go back if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the cleanest and most meticulously maintained state park we've ever stayed at. Everything is just kept immaculate. The sites are nicely laid out, although not all are very level. The views of the reservoir are wonderful and the staff is very friendly. They have a nice recycling area and the sewage dump area looked brand new. This park would be good for Tents and RV's. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We found this to be one of nicest State campgrounds we have stayed at. The lake is beautiful for water sports. The showers are individual private rooms with ample space and conveniences, although a spot to place your soap would make it more handy. Restrooms and campsites are well kept and very clean, staff was very friendly. We had our 21' boat with us and had reserved a slip, but found access to the marina very steep and we cancelled in favor of launching daily. For the disabled or elderly, climbing the stairs and up and down the hill in the heat of the day might be stressful. We stayed in site C20 with plenty of room for the boat and our truck and camper and a little shade. The water front sites are a bit smaller with less shade. The launch was nice and uncrowded except on weekends and the lake activities are mostly family oriented. We were able to get cellular service through US Celluar, but it was a bit spotty and limited. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We stayed here over a weekend in July. Most sites are large and roomy. Showers' cost
money but reasonably priced @ 3 tokens for $1.00. 3 minutes per token. Some waterfront sights have 30 amp hookup the rest are only 15 amp. Nice well stocked
store, with reasonable prices. Small restaurant, but never ate there. Only complaints were the electrical hookups. Overall we enjoyed our stay and will be back again next year. If possible make sure to get a waterfront site. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Our annual trip to Prineville Reservoir was another great adventure. We rented the Deluxe cabin at Sun Rocks RV. It's only 5 minutes from the water, but completely away from the crowds. We really enjoy being able to park our boat at the cabin unlike most parks. The swimming pool was very cooling and relaxing after a busy day of boating. There are plenty of showers and bathroom stalls so never a line. The managers of the park were friendly. We will keep coming back! We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This place isn't even in the same zip code as "resort." The owner didn't make us feel welcomed. The website is also very misleading. The grounds aren't well taken care of. The plants are out of control, things look like they are falling apart little by little, and you just don't get the sense that you are going to be in a friendly environment. I would highly advise going elsewhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My family enjoys staying here each year. In the past we've stayed in cabins, tents and motorhome. All were fun years, even though I really don't like tents much. But the sites were nice and clean, we enjoyed the locations and amenities. This year we rented the 2 deluxe cabins. They were the perfect size for our group. They each had a microwave and small fridge but we didn't use them. The bunk bed and full bed were just right for our family. The reservoir is only 1 mile from camp so we took the boat down each day for lots of tubing and fun. Late afternoons we would enjoy the swimming pool and hot tub. It's nice to have showers and restrooms too. My friend brought her 2 kids from Denver Colorado and they LOVED it. We will always stay at Sun Rocks RV. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
There should be a law or some guidelines for when an RV park can call themselves a "Resort". This was not a resort! There is a lot of potential at this RV park. However, the first thing that needs to be done is LEVEL the sites. The second thing is too get rid of the white rocks and other poles or rock columns that make it difficult for a big rig to maneuver through the park. The turns are a bit tight. The third item on my "to do" list is to widen the spots. We pretty much invaded our neighbors space in order to hook up. Other than that it is a pretty good park and there is a lot of potential. The owner closed the pool and spa early because their employee quit. Not sure what that had to do with anything, but it "is what it is". We camped here in a Motorhome.