We just needed one night to stay somewhere so we could go to the Wildlife Safari the next day. This park was very closely located to the Safari. It feels more like a trailer park. I think most people live there. But it was convenient. Nowhere to play or wander around. Nice park host. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here as it is the closest to the Wild Life Safari (1 1/2 miles). Good for an over-nighter. Older campground, but with modern amenities. 27 sites are permanents, with 10 sites for travelers. Gravel pull-throughs, level, with shade from well developed trees. Free Wi-Fi worked fine, lots of cable channels. Three clean restrooms, were individual locking rooms with toilet, shower, sink and chair. Poor signage makes it hard to see from highway, go 1/2 mile past the green bridge, left side turn lane. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Umpqua RV Park. No wi-fi. No campfires. No playground. No pool. But the guy who runs the place is very very nice and the park is very clean and maintained. I would camp here again only if I was passing through. If you are wanting to be in the area and not hang around the campground then this is a great place. If you have a pile of kids then I would not recommend unless you are passing through. Great place if you need peace an quiet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.