15 Parks near Alsea, Oregon
Apr 2016 - $20.00
This is the hidden gem along Hwy 20 between Newport and Corvallis. Whether you stay a night or a month, this is a great place to stop. Very friendly owners and residents. Wide spots can accommodate big rigs as well, but only 30 amp service, but who needs to run everything at once anyways. Dog friendly, large areas to walk and let them run. Wildlife right outside your door, plus the beautiful, quiet views of the mountains. Great facilities, bathrooms, shower, laundry, all are in tip-top shape if you want a break from your RV. If you don't like the city RV parking, and don't mind being away from it all, this is the place for you. Enjoy. - Tony and Jen
Aug 2016 - $31.00
Small park full of permanent residents. Sites for travelers have no sewer and are very small. If anyone else had come in for the night besides our friends and ourselves, I would not have been able to put my slides out.
Website said $21.00, I was charged an extra $10.00 for my dog. No where on their website does it say that there will be a $10.00 charge per dog. I had no where else to go, so I had to pay it.
The lady checking us in was rather schetchy, don't know if she was high or sick. Do not recommend this park to anyone. - Wilma Owens
Aug 2014 - $22.00
This small, quiet, friendly fish camp is on two levels: the upper level near the road is mostly old mobile homes and permanent RVs, the lower level on the river is short term and more attractive. Interior roads are gravel, sites are grass and there is adequate maneuvering room. The only two full hookup sites on the lower level are strongly sloped. Electric is good, water pressure is low but functional, wifi is fairly good, AT&T phone/data service in the area is good. The boat ramp is badly silted in and non-functional at low tide. The price reflects the weekly rate. - never settled
May 2011 - $23.00
We had a beautiful spot next to the water. Very pleasant office personnel. We even received a thank you card for staying here. It could have been that the water lines had not been used for awhile, but we had to run the water for several minutes to get the rust out of the line. Even with our filter had to use bottled water for coffee and drinking. It could have been tricky getting into some of the spaces if it were busy, as some are at odd angles. Shower was good. A tranquil setting, however, we were the only ones by the river. - paxton
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here for 14 days and it was an awesome place. We would go back next year for our vacation. Make sure you ask for the honeymoon spot; it was the best spot in the park. - DandMandS
Jul 2016 - $17.00
Have stayed here for 3 years now during the month of July and August.As previously stated, owners are very friendly and helpful.
Our site is large enough for our 40 foot motorhome and space alongside for our toad.
Keep coming back as it is just a short walk to the Alsea river and wildlife.
Will be back again. - Bluebird Bob
Jun 2016 - $31.00
We stayed here one night and found it very nice. Great view of alsea river. Best dog run we've ever seen in a park. Showers/restrooms very clean and nice size. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Recommend???? - mcomeaux
Jul 2009 - $14.00
This is a very low end park, and appears that it hasn't had anything put into it for some time. The bathrooms and showers would have been marginal except for the risk of falling through the floor. There were seasonal (or permanent) campers for the most part, and a few of these units will never see the road again. The price we paid reflected the Passport America discount; we would otherwise not have found the place. It was OK for an overnight, but not for anything longer. There were plenty of other overnight sites, albeit at higher prices. Our Verizon air card worked well at this location; there is no park Wi-Fi. - Jay Rutherford
May 2016 - $30.00
Stayed for a week while visiting friends. Camp Host was a no show. Had to call the Expo office to find out the procedure for check-in. Parked in overflow, so water and power only. Overflow is on the main road into the full hook up sites and very dusty until it rained then it was muddy. Large oak trees one had fallen across one of the interior roads. Large oak limbs hanging over dump station and several other roads. Actually saw a limb break off and fall. Had we been asked to park any closer to the trees it would have been a deal breaker. Shower and rest room have a strong odor of mold. Shower with high fixture have the spray of a water pick, and low fixture not high enough to get under. - Cactusflower
Jun 2015 - $34.00
I was here to move my son out of OSU at the end of the school year. Due to graduation and prior reservations, I was in the full hookup, lot B, the first night then had to move to the open gravel overflow water and power only, lot E, the next two nights. B sites were gravel and were not level. I needed three to four blocks under the front wheels just to get close. Online reservations were fast and easy but the onsite host, Ken, was non-existent. I had to call the listed number three times just to get the wifi and bathroom codes. Keep calling because he doesn't return calls. Bathrooms, although heavily used, were fairly clean. Free Wifi was over taxed. The host lets you know from the get go that it doesn't work and that "there's nothing I can do about it." The open no shade overflow E lot ($7 less per night) is the gravel lot on the other side of the fairgrounds. There are no bathrooms here and you have to walk through the fairgrounds to get to them. Luckily only every other space in this lot was occupied or else it would have been parking lot tight. You're in the fairgrounds, what do you expect. It's about a 1 1/2 mile walk on the walking / biking path to OSU or just a short drive away. I wouldn't stop here again. We stayed here in a motorhome. - Neckbone
Jun 2014 - $34.00
Really nice for a fairgrounds CG - quiet, shady, level, very nice host. WARNING: If you are taller than 13' 4" do NOT follow the website directions "From the South on 99W" (turning onto SW 53rd from Philomath Blvd.) There's a low train trestle overpass. - TheRollingJones
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Good campground, water view. Clean and electric, water pressure and cable all worked great. - snrstang
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Stayed a week, enjoyed our stay. Water View site. ALL Utilities worked well. Verizon Card strong. WiFi OK. Quiet and very Clean. Office staff very helpful and knowledgeable of area. Crestview Golf course Close, Pacific Sourdough Bakery and Rays Market Close. Dog Friendly.Very Clean Laundromat. Mosquitoes in Dog Walk area morning and evening. - silverado
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Positives: Concrete pad, totally level, new power posts with excellent connections. Power strong and constant, good water and water pressure. Small community yard with games on the lawn. Walking distance to grocery, hardware store and downtown area. WiFi and cable were both good. Power cost is 9 cents per kWh. Meter was read at time of parking and accurately reported at time of departure. No additional costs added to usage. Waterfront space 62 with excellent view of bay, tide changes, sea otters, harbor seals and multiple birds.
Con: After 4 years of fulltime RVing, we encountered a mouse problem here. The hardware store said it is common along the waterfront. Traps caught the first and droppings a few days later revealed a second visitor. Relocated to different park and after several nights of traps, we think the "visitors" were coming in/out from the large pampas grass planted between every space along the waterfront. The office personnel were nice, denied any mouse problems; however, other resident RVers have had the same experience. Truly this is not the fault of the park, however we will not return.
If you are not petrified of mice, this is a great park and wonderful location for multiple beaches and state parks. - Eureka12
Jun 2016 - $32.00
$32 rate includes $7 extra vehicle fee. Our site was heavily shaded and did require some tree trimming prior to our back-in. We were in an interior site and they were pretty close together. The pull throughs, while having no shade would have been nicer with our big rig and offered more privacy. The back-ins around the perimeter were of various lengths but offered nice separation between sites. The park is nice and if we were able to reserve one of the pull throughs we would happily stay here again. Our Verizon did not even think about working, not sure if it was the location or the trees. - PBuds
May 2016 - $28.00
We have stayed here several times in the past and have been happy with the park and the staff. During this stay - which is admittedly early in the season - the park didn't seem to be ready. There was a tree down, a couple campsites were closed, porta-potties were set up while restrooms in the day-use area are supposedly undergoing maintenance and the dump station was closed. I would have given an even lower rating but the camp hosts were excellent. The nightly rate did not include the $10 reservation fee. - RickB
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Very nice park. Easy access. Excellent layout. Open or shaded sites available. Very quiet. Large space between sites. All roads and sites pavement. Convienent location for day trips. - JJV
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Rate based on weekly stay @ $230/week. FHU, pull through site. This resort is listed as closed on some internet search engines,but it was purchased by a church and is open for business. No cable TV but WIFI was good when it worked (most of the time). Although this park is right next to the river there is no river access from the campground and no view either. We had several days of strong wind from the north so I would not recommend leaving your large awning out while the RV is unattended. We stayed here mainly for windshield replacement for our rig in nearby Coburg and to visit with an old friend, otherwise we would probably have continued on up north. - Bob & Stephanie
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We just stumbled on this park when we were waiting to get some work done on our Country Coach in Junction City. The pads are level and the park is well maintained. They apparently do no advertising since we found out about them from the receptionist at Country Coach. The park is part of a large church campus. There were no trees which was not a problem when we were there. They have a small pool and spa and the setting is right on the Willamette River. We would stay here again and use it as a base camp to explore the area. - Cc rambler
Jun 2015 - $38.00
Where do we start? We knew there was construction going on at the park, but when we arrived there was only a sign with a phone number to call to register. What they needed was a sign that told motorhomes not to proceed further, or they couldn't turn around without great difficulty. After we called to register, we were given a space and told to walk to the office to pay after we set up. We were about a third of the way into setting up, when a young man showed up at our coach, wanting to know if we had paid yet. We had reservations, and we called, so what was the rush? At the front desk we were told there was no internet or cable, yet they still charged the full price, even though we would have to put up with all the construction and traffic. Huh?!?!? One of the park employees drove so fast, and insisted on passing the construction equipment at a high rate of speed, that he almost took out my wife and two small dogs. When we complained about this, we were met with a shrug of the shoulders. As we understand it, this park has been bought by a church. The main building will house the church, but they will still have limited RV spaces and the hotel. They had better wise up fast about how to run an RV park and treat their customers, or it will be a short run. We will definitely never stay here again. - Berthagal
Sep 2014 - $29.00
Not much to look at, but great for an overnighter to look at the whales. Wifi weak at night, but strong in am, close to food. Would stay here again. - Jim Lee