8 RV Parks near Elgin, Oregon
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Elgin. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Elgin in the left hand column.
Nov 2015 - $16.00
This is a remote park along Hyw 82, Minam, Oregon. Campground is 1.6 miles off the Highway via narrow dirt / gravel road along the Minam River... Fishing is superb... Deer in camp nightly, Bear occasionally. Paved sites are mostly level. Spigot water in season. Managed by Wallowa State Park. We camp here often, especially in the off season. - Bob Nelson
Sep 2017 - $33.00
Really like the Park, good time to visit. We were mostly interested in relaxing...hectic summer. Open sunny spot, quiet, a good Park. - JessP1981
Jul 2017 - $23.00
Stayed here for five days - it is a city park with some people that live there full time (as mentioned in earlier reviews). However, we had no problem with any of them. The noise levels were quieter than many state parks we've stayed at. The restrooms are individual bathrooms with a shower and are free. The laundry room had two washers & dryers and was one dollar for each. We'd stay here again! - Wandering With Us
Sep 2016 - $29.00
Not a "typical" rv park. Self sign in which was ok but I prefer a person. A person did end up stopping to check on us and showed us where the site was (very nice guy) he took our credit card and was able to process it, if he had not been there, we were to put cash or check in a slitted lock box. The grounds were clean. A lot of units look like they live there. No amenities except a soda machine. Wi-fi was not great, cell reception good. Our site had own large yard with no parking on entry side of rv, rv on the other side only. - Bernadette Newman
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Jubilee Lake Campground is a beautiful place to stay at. My family and I were there 31 Jul - 3 Aug 2017. It has a few clean flushable toilets and more regular outhouses. Potable water is near almost every site that you can fill water jugs up wth. The lake is a lot of fun to kayak, float, swim, etc... We used the rope swing on the end of lake near the dam and had a blast! We took our 35' 5th Wheel to the campground. Consider this your warning...FSRD 64 is wash board hell. If your load is not secure, you will find out when you get to camp. I drove as close to under 10 mph that I could...and still got the hell beat out of us. If you have anything over 35', you will be hard pressed to find a site that accommodates you. There is maybe one pull through site that could accommodate me...do not attempt to use them unless you know you can get in and out...I came back to camp to see a 40' Toy Hauler stuck in the pull through...USFS had to do a lot of tree cutting to get him out. In closing, it is a great campground...just getting to it beats your equipment, and the longer trailers...don't attempt. You will not have a site that fits. - deerklr
Aug 2005 - $14.00
We found Jubilee Lake to be a very nice campground. The lake is beautiful with an almost 3 mile nicely maintained trail around the lake. Our site was quite private and shaded, which we like. We would definitely camp here again. - DebB
Jul 2010 - $12.00
We stay at this campground whenever we visit Wallowa County. The sites are neat and well kept. There is a laundromat on grounds and a car/truck wash near. The owners are personable and very laid back. We usually stay 1-2 months at a time and intent to return in 2011. Great value for the money! - mamaNpapa
Aug 2007 - $24.00
I do not know why I stayed here when I could have stayed in Joseph. Dumpy gravel rv park. - Marylou
Jul 2006 - $14.00
Gravel sites with gravel roads, it's a little dusty. Management is very friendly and helpful. Big laundromat on site with commercial machines. Self serve car & truck wash next to campground. Would stay here again. - Enophite
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Great place right on the river. Great hosts, escorted us to site. Lots of room to walk and play with our dogs. Easy walk to town. Easy in and out. Unhook before you head to site. Park was quiet and well taken care of, very clean. Wifi and cable both worked. We will be back. - ChiefUSN
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Beautiful area around the park, river and shade trees. Only complaint the park has been there for awhile therefore the sites were made for smaller rigs and can be a little tight. Other than that it's perfect. We would stay here again. - AZtravler
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Nice, clean, well kept park. Spaces are to the short side, first thing I was asked was "how long are you?" I'm 35' and leaving my tow dolly on filled the longest space right up.
Several long term residents, but not to worry, three of them are LEO's. Owners extremely nice. Their pride in the park showed. Every day they were out doing something.
The Wallowa River runs on one side of the park so I guess if you are a fisherman that would be a plus. The river is fast flowing so if you have children they must be monitored.
Site pads are gravel but fairly level. No fire rings, two community rings. Several sites have water shut off for winter, rest have frost-free faucets.
Park WIFI is, well, park WIFI. Not bad but not fantastic. Solid AT&T cell.
We certainly enjoyed our stay and would have enjoyed it more if I wouldn't have gotten a cold from hell. We hope we can return soon. - RWSchuster
Aug 2017 - $34.00
The showers were ok, nothing to brag about. Our spot was nothing but weeds, dirt and dog poop all over. Had to take my toy poodle to the big grass area by the showers just to avoid her walking in poop. Would I ever go back? Not a chance in hell! - Mersadeez
Jun 2017 - $32.00
My wife and I stayed at this RV park for one month. The rate for a month was $490. The two guys who run the park are great. The RV park is convenient to local stores - Walmart and Starbucks.... Our site was a pull through. With our 35 foot fifth we could still park our Car and Truck in the space! Yes, it is right next to the interstate, but since the interstate is higher, I was surprised we never noticed the traffic noise. There is a picnic table and trees on each spot. - ETRMGuru
May 2017 - $34.00
A lot of residents Was a little disappointed in the "resort" title. No convenience store, only ice. It was just a large clean RV park. Plenty of dog walking grass areas, close to a Mexican restaurant, walking distance. Close to 2 large thrift stores. Close driving to many restaurants, Walmart etc. - Bernadette Newman
Jun 2008 - $20.00
Lovely shaded pull-in sites that were very private. Sound of rushing river (Walla Walla River) was lovely to sleep through. Nice facility (kitchen with refridgerator) for family reunions, big gatherings. All types of campers were here--truck toppers, trailers, Class A, tents, and our Class B. Just a beautiful setting. No showers or dump station, though. - JCLC
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May 2018 - $45.00
This is a pretty little park nestled between a grassy hill and a wildlife refuge. The park is mostly open grass with dirt and gravel roads and sites. There is adequate room between sites and the full hookups were flawless. The bathroom and showers were brand new. We really enjoyed our stay. - whizbang
Oct 2017 - $34.00
Very friendly Host. Pulled in on Halloween night and they were all dressed for the part! Even though we didn't get any trick or treat'rs, they had put together a nice information card about where we could eat etc. The spots were larger than 90% of the parks we've stayed in. Would definitely return! - kcjflea
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Its one of 2 parks in/near La Grande, its the better of the two. Facility is fine. Price seems a bit high - especially for late October. They have 2 pools (one is kind of a hot tub, but no jets... just hot water) - water seems treated, not hot spring water (no odor at all of hydrogen sulfide). Overall, its a place to stay. VERY windy - especially when compared to the town - just a few miles away. - alansills