2 Parks near Boardman, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $27.00
We wont be back this way for a while, so I guess its ok to let the cat out of the bag. This was a nice place, at a very reasonable price. The only nit was the train. Perhaps 200 yards from our space. It was quite noisy. Without the train, this place gets a 9.5. Paved roads and spaces. - Mortimus_G
Aug 2015 - $25.00
The nightly rate I have indicated is based on five nights, including all taxes and GS discounts. Check-in was simple, perhaps because I had booked and paid for our site in advance. The young girl at the registration office was pleasant and cordial giving us directions to our site - no pilot escorts here.
We have a pull through site that was more of a lay-by, running parallel to the campground roads. It and the roads are asphalt, in good condition but fairly narrow. Our site was also alongside the public road on the perimeter of the campground. The site was fairly level and long enough for our 41' 5er after some maneuvering.
We had 50amp power, water and sewer. 30amp was also on the site. There was a large gravel patio with a fixed in place bench table and seating. This looked very weathered and you'd be prone to splinters and snagging you clothes sitting at them. There was also a small fire grate. The sites were very well spaced apart but not particularly private. Many sites had mature shade trees. There is no cable and satellite would depend on the trees around you but we did get a dozen or so OTA tv channels. Sites along the river looked very nice and had a paved footpath running parallel to the river.
The washroom block was clean but dated. Three stalls and two showers - that we did not use. There was no privacy for drying or dressing. Laundry was $1 for a 30 minute wash and $1 for a 50 minute dry. Two of each machines. Also a payphone on site. All disable accessible.
Small play area for kids, lots of soft, green grass to walk on. No street lights.
WalMart is 20 miles away. The wi-fi is included in the rate and was pretty strong but intermittent. Plenty of garbage bins around the CG which resembles a municipal park. There are frequent and noisy trains running within 100 yrs of the CG. On our last night there must have been 8 or 9. Some noise too from I-84. - Hutch333id
Aug 2015 - $25.00
The park was very busy when we arrived and had a sign to say no vacancies. Check in was very professional and fast. The road to our pull through was narrow and we were not able to make the turn so had to go round a loop to face the correct way.
Many of the sites are very short - we had a pull through which worked for our 41' unit. We had requested a river view but were told that those sites were too short for us to use.
Large sites and lots of trees for shade, we also had a privacy fence as we were alongside the main highway.
The park has 2 washing machines and 2 driers which cost $1 each, powder and washing liquid are available for 75c each also. The driers were old and had some rust spots on them.
The restrooms were also tired looking but adequate, accessible for those with mobility issues although the toilets themselves are quite low. The toilets were in need of cleaning but it was a busy weekend and they may have been cleaned earlier in the day. I did not use the shower but they are small and there is very little room to get dressed etc.
The free Wifi was very good and I was able to stream a program to watch on my laptop. There are a few digital channels but no cable.
We had booked 5 nights here and enjoyed the peace and quiet. - DianeH
Aug 2015 - $31.00
Park could use a little TLC. In its day was probably considered a resort, but I don't think so now. Pros: good for overnight stay, site and most of the roads were asphalted, didn't have to unhook, they did have full hook ups, and staff was super friendly. Cons: not too much around, lots of workers and permanents, looked like all the water connections leaked. Camped here in a motorhome, would not stay here again. - Lucky Lady from Florida
Nov 2014 - $30.00
This is a good park for an overnight or two. However, it's way out in the boonies and not close to anything in Boardman. The office was open until 7:00 PM which was a good thing if you are traveling late. Every site is a pull through. Some of the sites are very long! And I have to rave about how level the sites are! My control box for my stabilizers indicated I was already level before I lowered them. Although the sites themselves are close together, each individual site is very wide so the close together thing isn't a big issue. One of the perms had a nice deck built. Some of the sites have shrubs between them for more privacy. The laundry and bathrooms have 24 hour access codes and were clean. For laundry, at $1.50 to wash and $1.50 to dry, if you are just passing through FIND something to wash just to get ahead on laundry! The cable was all analog channels and had a good selection of most any channel you would want. WiFi was good, required an access code good only for the period of your stay. Only one negative: If you are given site 11, ask for a different site. I was initially assigned site 11 to be close to the laundry. Although site 11 is close to the laundry, it is also so close to the handicap access ramp that people will be tempted to cut through site 11 to walk up the handicap ramp. The problem with this is an issue with people possibly tripping over your hoses, cords and cables as the hoses, cords, and cables lay across the area where they would cut through. - DXSMac
Apr 2014 - $30.00
This was a nice park for an overnight stop on our way home. We called ahead because we were going to be a late arrival. Not a problem. Got excellent directions to the park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our site was gravel, but very level and was just off the pavement. The park was very clean and well maintained and the area was very quiet. Lots of long term RVs but not a problem at all. Great park for an overnight stop. - OldJim