4 Parks near Dayville, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $18.00
Recommend if you don't need a full hookup.
Electric only or dry camping. Host did everything he could to accommodate us. Most sites shaded. Boarders on a small river. - nrkmann
Jun 2015 - $18.00
Hard to find right next to the city park, but worth it. Sites are right on the south fork of the John Day river. Spaces are located in a park like setting. The owner greets you at the door if it is early in the morning. The place felt like home. Owner and his son work on the place all day long, it is a beautiful, rural, small town RV park. Plenty of space for tents right next to your RV. Not like your average city McRVpark. WiFi is up by the office/church. The owner will tell you about the history of the place and offer you an otterpop! He has created a great place. Don't forget to ask him for the "arizona special" 3 days for $50. - lonfu
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Given the price of this campground it was the best we have stayed in on this 5 month trip. There are only 6 sites but they are plenty big, level, and well maintained. The entire surrounding grounds are beautiful grass and trees. Because of the number of sites it is very quite. The owner was very friendly and helpful. You can tell that he takes a lot of pride in his campground. If we did not have other places to be we would have loved to stay here longer even though there is not much around close by. The campground was that good.
We would definitely stay again for longer. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This is a very small park in the midst of a small town. Only 7 sites, but very long gravel pads. Grass was green and well tended. 50A power and full connections. The owner/manager is a little off-beat and very laid back. I had to track him down on the second day, since his credit card machine did not work on the first day. Our site was very long and started getting afternoon shade by mid-afternoon. This is a very good home base for exploring the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. - kco
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This really is a gem in central Oregon. Great location for visiting the John Day Fossil Beds NM. The park is small with only a handful of sites. The manager was great. Grassy sites located in "downtown" Dayville. Had no problem leveling my 38' MH. Small park within walking distance. Well, the whole town is within walking distance although we did not partake of any of the amenities. If you are coming through this is definitely a great place to stay. - BoatEscape
Aug 2016 - $24.00
31 sites with one one pull-through; it is located just outside the gate, so if you want a pull-through and this one is empty- grab it.
There are 3 individual shower rooms(very secure)- at opposite end of the rest rooms- all very clean. Bagged ice machine at entrance- $2.00; firewood bundles at $4. Park is right along #26 highway, but it gets very quiet at night. - Michael Fisher
Jun 2016 - $24.00
Nice park on the John Day River. Paved sites with attractive landscaping that lent a private and spacious air to the site. Walking trail, and small pond with fishing pier nearby. Camp host(s) were very friendly and helpful. - SeenAll50
May 2016 - $24.00
Beautiful well maintained campground. Some mosquitoes along riverwalk. Only one pullthru, but otherwise all long spacious sites. Fills up fast even midweek. Camphosts very helpful. Would definitely stay here again. - brauneyz
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Monument is located on the North Fork of the John Day River, approximately 120 miles southwest of Pendleton, 60 miles northwest of John Day, 142 miles northeast of Bend, and 190 miles southeast from the Portland airport.
This is a combination Motel and RV park. The park is very quiet and peaceful. Located directly next to a large open field where wildlife such as deer, Mountain Goats and wild turkey can be spotted.
It is a very simple park with a friendly family owned staff. It could stand some improvements, but considering the very small town size, it is amazing it exists at all. - Oregon_Adventure