6 Parks near Ashland, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This campground is great, especially for larger rigs. We have stayed at the private campground close by in the past, and would not go there again. This place is clean and has a lake view. All of the spaces are paved (but not necessarily level) and have full hookups. They are not too close together, but you can see your neighbors clearly. That's because it is a fairly new campground and the trees are still small. The only negative (not the campground's fault) is that we camped here in August. Not only was it hot, it was smokey from the forest fires in Washington and Oregon. The fires were not close, but the smoke was thick. One local told us that this is typical every summer. We left two days early because of the smoke. - bings5
May 2015 - $30.00
This is really a gem of a campground. The campground is situated on the banks of the Immigrant Lake surrounded by the Siskiyou Mountains and is part of the Lake County Park system.
For a small county park, it has a lot to offer. There is a water park, a couple of playgrounds, picnic areas and boat launch areas. Area F is reserved for tents and popup trailers. Area G is reserved for RV's and is named Point RV Park. From Point RV Park you can barely see the tent area. The lake also provides usual water activities.
Point RV Park has a total 32 sites. Of which, site 1 and 26 are reserved for the two camp hosts and the handicap site was #18. During our stay site 31 and 32 were not available. Sites 26 through 32 were situated on a small hill overlooking the lower campsites as well as the lake.
The entrance to Point RV Park is narrow. The interior roads and sites were on asphalt. The utilities (FHU) were situated on the appropriate side. There was both 30 and 50 amp electrical service. The voltage was good, hovering around 119. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring.
There was a bathroom with 3 private showers. The bathroom as well as the entire campground was spotless. There is no WiFi service at this park but Verizon air card and cell phone worked well.
The evenings were very quiet and peaceful. This is a great park - off season. With all of the activities this park has to offer I can see it becoming a zoo during the summer months. We would definitely come back to this park off season. - adsaxs
May 2015 - $30.00
Ever since the county built this RV park, we have been staying here on our annual visit to the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland town. It is 6 miles out of town but quiet and scenic. Have full hookups, but not many pull thru sites. - GrammaGinny
Aug 2015 - $35.00
We stayed here for 5 nights at a full hookup site during our annual stay in Ashland. We didn't really use the facilities as we prefer our trailer given full hookups but they were clean and in good shape. It was quiet, shady, clean (for the most part, our site had some cigarette butts and garbage in the fire ring), the couple of permanents were nice and friendly. Cable TV was included and we got free wifi from our site (not all do, but it's available on the patio at the office). We will be back next year for another week long stay, much better than a hotel for our annual OSF trip! - Jenrenee
May 2015 - $41.00
We booked this campground online. The website looked great and this place definitely has potential, however, there are quite a few "residents" living at this campground. There is junk, cars, old RVs and trailers all over the place (mostly toward the end of the campground just before you drive out). We were reserved for 3 nights and only ended up staying there for one night, due to the fact that we did not feel comfortable having our children at this campground. The camp grounds were actually not bad (clean and seemed somewhat maintained) but the people that were "hanging out" and "driving around" the campground made it terrible. We will definitely NEVER stay at this campground again and do not recommend it to anyone!! - Peace-love-trailer camping
Jan 2015 - $32.00
We stayed one night on our way south. This park is for long-termers with most sites filled with old RVs and junk. The manager was friendly. Washrooms were clean. We might stay here again. - Living Skies
Aug 2013 - $28.00
Nice Jackson county campground about 4500ft in elevation. Large sites with lots of trees, but not very level for large RVs. There were deer, ducks, geese and two bald eagles fishing across the lake. Sail boats, ski boats paddle boats and of course fishing boats. They have friendly staff and host. Little store with mostly fishing tackle, cafe, soft serve ice cream and marina. Clean restroom and 25 cent showers. We had no Internet or satellite. Others had satellite dishes on a 100ft cable out in a clearing. We did have cell service. Very peaceful, even with it being a busy weekend. We will return. - Lu Larson
Jul 2005 - $25.00
This park is located about 20 miles east of Ashland but has an Ashland mailing address. It is well worth the drive if you are looking for a quiet, cool and friendly park next to a great fishing and boating lake. I would have given this park a "10" but reserve that for parks with Wi-Fi. You can plug your laptop into a phone connection in the restaurant but the connection is slow. There are boat rentals, a great restaurant with soft-searv ice cream. This park opens about April 15 and closes October 15 of each year. Virtually every spot is in the shade, good for the summer months, but cold during the off season and of course rain drips off the branches onto the trailer. We have camped here early, middle and late season and aways enjoy this resort. Don't count on getting a holiday weekend spot unless you arrive early. - rccdale
Jul 2011 - $12.00
We stayed one night at this site. It is located on the shores of Hyatt Lake. It is beautiful, quiet and peaceful. All the sites have a table and fire pit. The bathrooms are clean and have free and hot showers. The camp host is very helpful and friendly. There is a beach area with playground equipment and supposedly great fishing in the lake. The site has a dump station that is convenient. Some sites have a nice view of the Lake, although I guess they don't qualify as "waterfront". One surprise for us: our friends who arranged for us to camp there told us "It's 16 miles off I-5 on Highway 66." What they didn't tell us that it is a steep winding road that ascends about 4000 or more feet; it might be a challenge for big rigs. Be sure you are all fueled up before you start the drive, as there are no gas stations along the way. We were told there is a gas station about 6 miles past the camp site, but the gas is very expensive. - neuronz
Aug 2012 - $33.00
We were here over labor day and were lucky enough to get the biggest site they had for our 35' motorhome with a huge covered patio and "backyard" area. It's a funky little place where we've been before so knew what to expect. We were surprised that there was only a water and electric hook-up and no cable and sewer as others had stated on here that they had. We did not hook-up to the water. We were able to get a few local TV stations with our antenna and our Verizon MiFi, cell phone & AT&T cell phone all worked well here. We would definitely stay here again. - Bill & Debby's Wild Ride
Jun 2011 - $25.00
The only reason to stay here is the large swimming pool, spa and sauna. The camp ground is nearly all long term residents and most sites are junky. There are only a few sites available for brief stays. The spa and pool are open to the public. - waterwoman
Sep 2009 - $25.00
WARNING!!!! DON'T HOOKUP TO THE RV PARK WATER! Make sure your tanks are full before staying here. The sulfur water is not only smelly, but attracts flies as the smell is kin to a carcass. This campground is more for people coming to use the Springs. As stated there is only 5 available spots, the rest is taken by hippie-oneness. Management accommodating & hard working, the rest of the staff is not. Nice facilities for the Springs. Nice pool, hot springs pool, sauna & spa. It seems they only use the sulfur water as the secondary water & tap into a separate spring for the pools. Good place to rent a tee pee, swim naked after dark & remember your youth. - millie5
Nov 2009 - $29.00
We pulled in to this location due to bad weather and a review that didn't sound too bad; however, just the appearance of the motel should have been a clue that this was not going to be a quality experience. For $29 you get a tight pull through between antique 30 amp power pedestals, with your tow in a grass/dirt lot and most of the coach hanging into the parking lot. Only the cable TV kept the rating lower. Seedy looking permanent units, noise from the highway, and big rigs using the space behind all night contributed to a restless night. A good $12 stop, but for $29 it's a ripoff. We'll drive through the area in a blizzard next time rather than stop here. - Meanderman
Aug 2008 - $27.00
This is a very convenient park for overnighting. It's literally right off the freeway, easy to pull in, pay, put the jacks down and hook up, and go the next morning. No shade to speak of, but all the hook ups work. It feels exposed, being basically part of the econolodge parking lot, but we felt safe, and it was really quiet. You get use of the laundry and pool at the motel, which was a bonus. Cable is very good with 90+ channels. Decent Wi-Fi signal from inside my trailer all the way across the motel parking lot. If you're either doing an over night stay, or if you'll be out of the camper a lot, this would be a decent option. The others in this area are a bit more spendy, and farther away. Worked perfectly for me. - beartoothweb