3 Parks near Baker City, Oregon
Baker City, Oregon (map) | (541) 523-4824
Sites: 72 | Latest Rate: $33.00 | 69 Reviews
May 2015 - $33.00
Showers and hot tub very clean. Level pull throughs are long enough that we did not have to unhook. The spots are a bit narrow, but with careful placement we had enough room for both slide outs.
Close enough to the highway for easy access, but far away enough that there is no road noise. We did hear trains in the distance.
The front part of the park is a single wide trailer park, the back is the RV area. The trailer park is clean and well maintained. - Impkitti
Sep 2014 - $33.00
Price reflects Good Sam discount. Easy on/off the interstate. Do not follow the signs on the billboard advertising the campground because they are just trying to get you to drive through town. Follow your GPS and avoid the downtown while towing. Utilities were adequate and well placed. Did not use or check out the bathhouse/laundry. We requested a satellite friendly site but the trees interfered. Verizon cell/mifi worked well. Site was level and a pull thru. There are some long term campers in the rear if the campground and a mobile home park located at the entrance. Check out the local Baker County Museum and the BLM Oregon Trail Museum. We would stay here again if in the area. - roadking
Sep 2014 - $36.00
Great little park. Owner/manager was very nice and very helpful. The sites were an easy in and out, level, and gravel. Freeway access was also easy. The park was very quiet with no road noise. We did hear a train once or twice, but no problem. Very nice place, we would come back. - SAU51
Jul 2015 - $27.00
We choose this primarily because of it's location along our drive from Idaho to the Columbia River Gorge. It had decent reviews and was convenient. We stayed only overnight and did not use any facilities. The staff was welcoming and polite. The sites were easy in and out being mostly all pull throughs. It seems many people just stayed the night; there are a lot of semi-permanent people as well as quite a few transient work crew RVs. But most places were neat and orderly and the campground was quiet.
Just across I-84 is a nice Oregon Trail interpretive center. We're glad we chose this campground and visit the interpretive center the next day.
There are many trees in this campground which makes satellite reception a challenge (or nonexistent). - TRDAWG
Jun 2015 - $28.00
We have stayed here before due to location as it across I-84 from Oregon Trails Interpretive Center as well as easy on/easy off access. And once again the area is quiet and office/store has many items in grocery and other sections. Staff is friendly. - Travelers3
May 2015 - $27.00
This park was inexpensive, family friendly (2 loud toddlers and people were still lovely) and had the facilities I needed. There was wifi but it was a pain in the butt to access so I didn't. There was a coin laundry facility available but it was locked up by the time I arrived at about 6:30pm with no one to open it up for me. On the bright side there were pull through slots, picnic tables and a decent loop for my 3 year old son to ride his bike, as well as a play structure that we didn't get a chance to use but would have been great if we had had time. Right off I-84 but almost NO road noise, and still safe for the kids, remarkably. - MrsMay
Sep 2014 - $13.00
Golden Age passport rate. Nice sites, lots of room between sites. Had sat TV on site c13. Would stay again if in area. - gafidler
Sep 2014 - $15.00
Golden Age Passport rate. The Forest Service maintains this CG 19 miles west of Baker City on RT 7. The CG is divided into 3 or 4 separate sections and A is the only with full hook-ups. Some sites are paved, most are not but plenty of room and privacy site to site. Restrooms are clean but no showers and no other amenities. Camp Hosts in each section are friendly, courteous, and helpful. The Phillips Lake is down to 20% of capacity for irrigation in the valley below. Boat launch is possible only at the dam, the ramp from the CG is high and dry. This CG is a pleasant surprise and is remote. Baker City is closest for services, 19 miles away. Shoreline Hiking Trail isn't any where close to the shoreline as the water is so low but it is a pleasant hike or bike ride. Lots of Pine Trees make satellite reception near impossible but cell phones are intermittent. This was a pleasant stop and we would return. - SilverBear
May 2013 - $16.00
Welcome to the Great Outdoors! This is a beautifully maintained U.S. Forest Service park located on Hwy 7, 18 miles SW of Baker City, OR. Bring everything you need because there are no conveniences nearby. The campground is at 4100' elevation nestled among Ponderosa Pines and just above Phillips Lake, which can be seen from several campsites. It is open May 1 - September 30. There is a 6.5 mile shoreline hiking / biking trail, a swim beach, a boat launch and plenty of fishing for trout, bass, and perch. There are 3 large reservable group tenting sites near the shore of the lake. There is no TV reception and satellite reception is questionable due to the trees. Our Verizon services worked well. The camp hosts are very helpful and friendly. Firewood is sold on site. - JustPassinThru