4 RV Parks near Dayville, Oregon
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Park has 2 back-ins (sites 5 and 6) and one pull-through (site 10) with 30 Amp electric service. No water or sewer at the sites. There is a water tap and a dump station. There is no TV service and no ATT phone service. But best of all, we were able to use the park's wifi from site 6. The shower/bathroom was clean and roomy. Sites 5 and 6 fronted right on the river and was very quiet. There was a picnic table. The owner is very informative and will provide good directions and details. - Markk
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Perfect spot for passing through. Laid back, friendly, and super comfortable. And the best campground bathroom I've ever seen. - Lazlita
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
Oct 2017 - $30.00
This is one of my fav places ever. Maintenance is perfect. So quiet, and room between spaces. Chickens, ducks, quail, deer, so many animals moving thru, not to mention neighborhood dogs and affectionate cats. And a great cafe down the street, plus Halloween decorations. We come thru here twice a year and love it each time. - LeeL
Sep 2017 - $33.00
What a GEM! Wonderful owners who are on site and keep the park immaculate. The park, although small, is easy to get in and around with our 40' Bus. Only 7 sites with full hookups. We were in #7 and I could get Dish with my Portable setup. Wifi was worked very good. Thank you for a great stay! - ChiefUSN
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This is a pleasant campground with lots of foliage, well maintained landscaping and free range chickens seen eating squashed bugs off of RV front caps. All sites are back ins. Satellite TV was unavailable at most sites but might work at #6. Included WiFi was very good. There is no restaurant, fish house or otherwise, at the camp. The town has only two retail stores with limited stock. The Dayville Café, two blocks away, was a very good restaurant for such a small town. The John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is nine miles up the road, has beautiful and varied geological formations and is well worth a full day. Trails are mostly easy. Going west from I-84, filing stations are infrequent; fuel up in Ontario, particularly if you use diesel. - Mtmoi
Oct 2016 - $32.00
One of our favorite campgrounds, especially in the fall. Best if you can get a site next to the river. US 26 runs past one side of the campground but it is not a busy highway. John Day is a few miles away and a pleasant, friendly town. - bobinidaho
Sep 2016 - $24.00
This is a small campground with water, power and a dump station. Sites are level with some being a little tight with trees and boulders. The hook-ups worked well and are placed in the proper area. This fills up early and has a constant stream of campers trying to get a site till around 7. They do have an overflow area for $10 a night. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777
Sep 2016 - $24.00
Outstanding. Smaller park with 50A and water. Lots of space between sites, almost park-like. Traffic noise on US26 dies almost completely by 10pm but can be intrusive during the day.
Great walking areas. Good showers, firewood is a bargain. One pull thru. Several sites are very long.
First come/first served, so arrive early or plan on dry camping in the parking lot. The park was full by 4pm on Wednesday night in late September.
Good ATT, two PBS OTA TV stations. Heavily treed, so folks were having sat issues in some sites. - bobcovey
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