10 RV Parks near Camp Sherman, Oregon
Jun 2011 - $28.00
This is a small very tight friendly park in a great part of the state. Only have some sewer hookups and they are under the rig and not on the side so makes it a little hard to hook up. I have stayed several times and while not my favorite park will more than likely come back due to the location. Satellite is a little hard due to the trees and no cable. Some sites are a little uneven while others are OK. Have several full time run down rigs but that is not that big of a deal. Wi-Fi has a lot of problems and only was able to sigh on for about a hour during our three day stay. No cell coverage or at least on Verizon. - RV Jim of Oregon
May 2011 - $30.00
This RV resort is a joke. DO NOT STAY HERE! It is the maintenance yard for Hoodoo Recreation Services. Their company trucks and employee private vehicles are parked everywhere including the reserved spots. The sewer connections are conveniently located in the middle of parking site so you have to crawl under your rig to hook up. Electrical post are knocked over and Wi-Fi: forget it. Roads are too narrow for rigs much over 30 ft. The management is unresponsive to complaints about unruly staff. RV'ers be warned. - camper 38
Aug 2009 - $28.00
Small park in a nice setting. Right off a Forest Service paved road but real quiet. Short walk to the Metolius River with a lot of fly-fishing. Gravel bike and walking paths across the road from the park. Sites are closer together than I prefer and the roads are extremely tight. The road layout leaves a lot to be desired. When you stop at the dump site you completely close the road. Gravel pad was very close to level. Pad was a bit narrow so you were on the grass when you stepped out of the rig. Also a number of long term occupants but things were neat and clean. Restrooms neat and clean but men’s shower stalls were cramped. I could never get the Wi-Fi to work even though it said I had a good signal. Office staff seemed very pleasant. Overall enjoyed the stay here biggest negative was narrow main road. - SWID
Jun 2016 - $18.00
South Shore is your typical US Forest Service campground. There really aren't any amenities. The campground is situated along the south edge of Suttle Lake 14 miles NW of Sisters, Oregon. Some of the sites overlook the lake and a few go down to the water's edge. There is an area with a dock for launching boats and a trail around the lake. The area has many bird species including osprey and bald eagle. Most site are large and the campground is full of trees. The restrooms are concrete buildings that were very clean. Water is available from several spigots throughout the campground. We plan on staying here again. - Another brick in the wall
Jun 2012 - $12.00
This is a standard forest service campground with a pit toilet in the center but no frills. There are lots of tall trees but a few spots have several hours of sunlight if you need to recharge solar panels. The loop road is paved; the sites are dirt. Each site has an old picnic table and fire pit with a metal grate. The sites are huge and your neighbors won't be close. Some road noise from highway 22. One loop is for tents; one loop for RVs. More scenic sites are nearby along the Metolius River, near Camp Sherman. - John Mosley
Sites: 60 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 15 Reviews
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Walking distance to town, restaurants, shopping. In the middle of town but we had deer grazing in the morning.
The park is well maintained by the City if Sisters. The park roads are paved. The pet areas are green and pretty large. Plenty of room for kids to play ball, ride a bike or roller skate. Some of the area was shade and others had more sunlight. The best thing is it's right in the little downtown of Sisters. - Scott_OR
Oct 2015 - $10.00
We dry camped here. The campground is fairly cramped and shares the restrooms with an adjacent rest area. The showers are for CG guests only. There are several green grass areas in the CG for dog exercise and an abundance of places outside the CG to walk including the beautiful small city of Sisters. If you are reserving ahead of time, make sure to compare the campsite map for the CG with a satellite or map image! Several of the dry camping parking pads have impossible angles for entry and exit and there are large rocks along roadsides that further impede site access. I had one of them. Lots of generators running! All of that said, this CG - in the city - beats the "resort" east of town as a camping experience. - RickB
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This is a nice wooded campground a few blocks from the city center. Sisters has great bakeries, coffee shops and antique stores. Next to the campground over a covered wooden bridge is a city grass area hosting city events.
Some sites are quite crowded and open while others like 64-67 were nicer. The restrooms were aging and quite like "public" restrooms. Dump station in the campground was $5. I would return here because of the nice walk to town. - smoothsailin
Sep 2017 - $44.00
This is a beautiful park but it is right next the highway and we were unlucky enough to have a spot closest to the road. We asked if we could move and they could only move us down a couple spots which would not change the noise level. We asked if we could have a refund (we are staying for two weeks) and were told that since we already paid, they could not issue a refund. Of course we already paid, you can't stay unless you've paid. If they are so crowded that they couldn't move us further away from the highway, then they would likely be able to re-rent our spot. Not providing any sort of refund is ridiculous. If their cancellation policy is 48 hours, their refund policy should be the same. We should have to give them 48 hours notice. Also, if you are a dog owner, this is not a dog friendly park. There is so much beautiful grass but you aren't allowed to take your dog on it, instead you have to take them on a gravel path (much of which is right next to the highway). For little dogs, the gravel is painful on their feet and the noise of the highway kept scaring our dogs. I am so disappointed in this place, not sure how it gets such high reviews except that the park itself is pretty and there is a nice pool and hot tub. I guess if you are hard of hearing and don't have a dog then it's not so bad. For the first time in owning our 5th wheel with a side porch, we will not be able to sit outside for TWO WEEKS unless we want to listen to the highway noise the whole time. So disappointed, was really looking forward to a positive experience since the park was rated so high. - Kris10D
Sep 2017 - $57.00
Great staff, easy in and out, neat, dog walk and rodeo grounds next door to let your dog run. Close to Sisters. Only complaint- for $60 a night the wifi should work, it is very poor, non existent! Verizon service worked well. - ChiefUSN
Sep 2017 - $57.00
From 5/14 thru 6/16, we were full-timers traveling throughout the US. From California to Florida to Maine and everywhere in between, we stayed in more RV parks than I can remember. What I can't remember is a park that was as nice as this one. The pavement meets the grass like the park was punched out by a laser. Little brick circles around the sewer dumps, again all precise. Even the large park power panels were hidden by wooden structures so as they wouldn't stick out. We didn't use a bathroom, but we went inside to see how they looked. They are inside their own little log cabin structures, and looked - like everything else - clean as a whistle. Staying here was like staying in a well-manicured park, and it was just a few miles out of the charming town of Sisters. Just looking around at the clientele, you could see it was mostly newer Class A's (and just a handful of long-termers - perhaps the park crew?) Perfect? No, but pretty close. WiFi was not the greatest, and cable TV wasn't digital and had too few channels. - coffeetime
Jun 2017 - $20.00
Full hookups, WiFi, great views, and a nice helpful owner. - summerdude
Sep 2015 - $17.00
Very nice camp and camp hosts. Very clean, park was full. Good water, good electricity, good sewer hookups. Very good WiFi. Gravel, hot water in showers which are clean. Sites are close to Crooked River bluffs. About half residents seemed to be seasonal. - Jim Lee
Jul 2015 - $27.00
We stayed in our fifth-wheel for 4 days. We made a mistake with our reservations and they still accommodated us. Apparently lots of the customers come and stay for 3 or 4 months during the summer, but the park owners are on site at all times and so the sites are clean and the park is extremely quiet. Not a place that caters to children, as no play areas, but we prefer the quiet. Bathrooms are the cleanest I have ever seen at an RV park. Wi-Fi is fine for basic use and they tell you it is not designed to watch Netflix, etc. TV reception is great. Would definitely come again. - mrs-c
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Park is very nice. Quite a ways off the interstate, in fact we kept driving and driving. My husband wanted to turn around, thinking there was no park, but we found this jewel and it is very nice. On the side is a great golf course that was being used by many. Only downside to this was that there were a lot of ants out on the artificial grass that was at each camp site. I was a bit worried they might come into the RV but they didn't. Hostess was very cordial as well. - shar44
Jun 2017 - $35.00
What a beautiful place; including the golf course. The grounds were immaculate; one of the most clean, manicured, and well-kept we've seen. The surrounding canyon is very picturesque. Our one singular complaint was the coin-operated showers. I'd rather pay more on my nightly rate (which was very reasonable, by the way). If they need to limit use, or whatever, I can understand that. However, if they're going to charge for showers, PLEASE, install a stinkin' quarter dispensing machine! Still, it's a beautiful place and I would stay again if needing a central-Oregon stop-over. Recommended. - fricard
Jun 2017 - $36.00
The office people were helpful and polite. Our site, as most if not all, was gravel and fairly level. We had a bit of grass with a picnic table, but no firepit/grill. No fires are allowed. Hookups were easy; the sewer is slightly above ground level. WiFi was a bit slow but not bad, and mostly stayed up. Verizon signal was strong. Bathroom/showers and laundry were clean. When we didn't have a neighbor, the view from inside our RV was fantastic. When walking around, you can get all kinds of great views, including one from an observation platform they set up at the edge of Osborne Canyon. This is a super nice RV park and we would love to stay here again. - RobtL
Sites: 208 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 16 Reviews
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Even though we weren't boating as many people do here, we really enjoyed this campground during our first ever two-night stay. We found the the sites to be fairly spacious and the grounds well maintained. The bathrooms and private showers are some of the best we've ever seen. As the Crooked River campground is on a plateau, lake access is via several day use areas 1/2 mile away. We also visited the Deschutes Campground which was also nice - a little more undulating with boulders and trees everywhere but perhaps the sites were smaller overall. Another camper told us that the Deschutes campground (a couple of miles away) can get hotter in the summer evenings as you get less of an evening breeze. There is also a very nice private marina/store near the day use area for boat rental, provisions and ice cream, etc. My only minor gripe is that the dumpsters aren't really within walking distance. - the5reeds
Sep 2016 - $28.00
The campground is in an oasis of tall trees and green grass on a flat area of otherwise high desert. It is high above Lake Billy Chinook. You can't see the lake from the campground. It's easy to walk to the campground entrance and go down Jordan Road a very short distance to see views of the lake and a small waterfall. If you get out of the trees on the western side of the campground you'll have great views of Three Fingered Jack and Mount Jefferson. There isn't much of a trail system which would have been nice. There is grand scenery all around you. The park has plenty of space between sites more than we've seen at other Oregon State Parks. There is a lot of open space at ground level so visual privacy screening is minimal. Sites 12, 41, and 47 are some we'd recommend. - Neil and JoAnn
Jun 2016 - $28.00
A nice state park, easy access for large RV's.
Really enjoyed our stay here, weekends were busy but during the week I think we were one of 8-10 rigs in this campground that probably had 70 or so sites, and 4 of those were occupied by the work campers. Very quiet during the week, we had a row of 15 empty sites to ourselves.
Good Verizon connectivity, AT&T was okay with a booster.
Beautiful views of the Cascade Range and the rivers in the area.
thankful for 50 AMP W/E hookup as we had a few days in the high 90's.
Had to do a bit tree trimming to be able to open our slides.
We've stayed at OR state parks before and find them to be much more big rig friendly than either WA or CA and much more affordable than their neighboring states. - DRFink
Aug 2017 - $34.00
Loops A and C include almost entirely full hookup sites, which is a bargain for the price. The best and worst things about this campground is the drive in. It is 4 miles down the canyon on a road with no guard rails and over a bridge, however, the view as you go down into the canyon and view the reservoir is incredible! However, the distance and steep drive means you cannot run out to a store if you forget something. Campground roads are good, and sites are paved, but when it is crowded, you might have trouble with a very large rig, especially with a toad. Also, the camping pads are too narrow to the point where you step out onto dirt instead of asphalt--another two feet in width would have kept you out of the dirt. Another negative is that the campground is nowhere near the reservoir, so you really need to drive and have a boat or something for swimming. I did not see a beach, although they may have one I did not find. Also, no cell service or data through Verizon available and few spots will allow satellite signals. Price includes $8 reservation fee split between two nights. - judy_online
Aug 2016 - $32.00
This is one of our favorite places to come. We've stayed in both A and C loop and had a terrific time! The staff is super friendly and the spaces are perfect for our size travel trailer. We do not have a boat but we rented at Cove Palisades Resort & Marina - Very affordable and perfect for getting out into deeper water for fishing. Everyone is super awesome and friendly showing how to use the boat features, goes over safety, provides life jackets, etc... The facilities are really clean and we love the little mini 'store' at the entrance gate. We've often forgot something - and they have had ice cream which is awesome on the hot summer days! - WereGoingCamping
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful park in the middle of the desert. The C loop has terraced RV spaces. The bathrooms were the cleanest I have ever seen at an Oregon State campground. (And they are all very good!)
The Deschutes campground has full hookups (some others do not), which was nice for a 3-day stay. If you're into fishing, a fish-cleaning house is available on site. Very nice campground, I'd visit again! - NotSoPro
Aug 2017 - $45.00
We rented an RV spot from Madras/Culver KOA. We have a toy hauler with our quads and dirt bikes parked in front and our Raptor parked in front of that. We set up a wire fence around our campground on posts to keep our two Australia Sheppard off-leash but constrained. We are regularly complimented on this tactic and were complimented at this campground also. 24 hours into our stay ...the manager/hostess came by telling us to take the fence down. First stating that "people complained", then changed to "people might complain", then stated that "if it was a fence purchased at petco it would be ok but this looks ....", and finally said that "any bad reviews would kill her and we need to take it down" Also the campground is like a parking lot, no seclusion at all. One whole lane of trailer spots are residence of which is not the most comforting appearance of safety. The pool is rather dirty, upon my kids first usage they found a dyeing bird in the water and had to get the staff to come and rescue it. The bathrooms were closed for cleaning for about 2 hours and were still not very clean. One of the mens showers was not working. The store/office staff gentleman was great with the kids and checking us in. Although we were asked not to put any tents on the grass as it has been hard to keep it green this year but there are tents all over the grass and it is not at all green. - Tas0823
Aug 2017 - $48.00
We stayed in a small travel trailer and a tent. The restrooms were very dirty and appeared to not be cleaned the 2 days we camped here. In the men's restroom, only 1 of 3 toilets were working. The women's restroom had slime in the showers and very dirty floors. - Yepp
Aug 2017 - $43.00
This is a smallish KOA as KOA's go and as such, suited us better than a lot of the larger, busier ones we've visited. We visited for 5 nights over the eclipse. When I first called for a reservation a full 12 months out, was told we could have a site for our first several days, but on the day of the eclipse (Aug 21) had to move to an overflow area since they were booked. Then just before Oregon was going to open up sites at Cove Palisades, she called me with a cancellation and that we could have a site for our full 5 days without moving. I thought that she went above and beyond to make it work. Beyond the excellent customer service, we found the sites ample, shaded for the most part, and level. We would definitely come back again. - GilesScott