17 RV Parks near Estacada, Oregon
Aug 2011 - $18.00
Beautiful National Forest Campground in Mt. Hood NF, 6 miles away from Bagby Hot Springs. The campground is one of multiple along the road through the park. Sites are spacious with lots of trees and plenty of room between sites. Lots of hiking and fishing nearby. Pit toilets are cleaned daily and a water spout for potable water is available. - mikeyair
Oct 2016 - $28.00
This park was right up our alley. You are definitely in the woods. There are several trails that you can hike on within the park (access to one is right from your camp site). There are almost 1000 acres and access to the River. We hiked to the Bat Barn on the property, and really enjoyed that.
The parking pads are paved, but the sites are pretty much just dirt because you are in so much shade. The way we had to park we were unable to open our awning, but that was fine as it rained the whole time we were there. There is water and 30 amp electric at the sites, and a dump station. The park was very quite while we were here, but it was definitely slow. I hear it is busy during summer. - The Michellis
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Nicely wooded, spacious sites, very quiet even tho full.
Water and electric, dump station available. - sismo
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Sites are all shaded, large, paved level back-ins, electric/water - no sewer (one dump nearby). The park is quiet with good hiking/horse trails. Picnic tables are extra large. Clackamus River runs through the park. Only 30 amp service and low voltage in the early mornings - trips our surge protector between 8-9am. Great, helpful camp hosts. Views are limited because of all the trees, but lots of green. Mount Hood is nearby. Definitely stay here again. - Livermorered
May 2014 - $26.00
This is a wonderful county run campground. Near Portland, but far enough away to be in the country near Mt. Hood National Forest. Big open play area for kids, swings, b-ball, volley ball, and playground equip. No full hookups, but good dump site, with water and electric on 60 sites. Best for rigs 30-35 feet and pop-ups and smaller trailers. Maybe only a half dozen big rig sites, #63-70. On line reservations system has pictures and site dimensions. - Oregon91
Aug 2013 - $32.00
Very nice park directly across the street from marina at the lake 6 miles south of Estacada. Great Wi-Fi and level sites with lots of room. Didn't even know this park was here. We always parked our motorhome near Portland and drove to Estacada to visit family. We will stay here from now on. - 4Freeman
May 2017 - $26.00
Barton Park is a Clackamas County RV Park. The Clackamas River flows through the lower campground. The east campground is newer and set up very nice. It is a beautiful campground, and the spacing between sites is good. They keep the campground nice and clean. There are beautiful plants and trees. It is a very quiet place to stay, with no traffic, planes, or trains to interrupt your sleep. The park staff are very nice people. Sweetwater was especially helpful and kind. Portland was only 30-35 minutes away when you avoided morning or afternoon work traffic. The only improvement would be to remove a couple of trees at the dump station, and to supply a hose. It was a tight maneuver with our 36 ft. 5th wheel, and the tree limbs scraped our unit. We would return to Barton Park when visiting the Portland area. - Lindy White
May 2017 - $24.00
Barton Park is yet another Oregon gem. It's a well kept county park near Portland, right above the Clackamas river. There is a lovely park on the river below the campground with a boat ramp and fishing. Like someone else said, it would be a lovely place for a wedding or family reunion. We stayed in one of the pull through sites in the west campground. We have a 25' motorhome, so we were able to make it work, but anything bigger would want to be in a bigger space. The hookups were on the wrong side in most of the west campground pull-throughs. We ended up backing and filling and going into the space backwards. There was also enough of a slant that we weren't able to correct it, and with the record rainfall this spring, the ground was really (really) soft. We'd place our blocks, then drive them right into the ground when we drove up on them. The west campground is prettier. Landscaping is more mature. Trees are bigger. The east campground looks brand new, and is better suited for bigger rigs, but isn't as pretty. Both campgrounds are next to wetlands. In the summer, mosquitoes might be a problem. The camp host was excellent. We made a reservation for five days, then couldn't count, and stayed six days. On the sixth day, we were in Portland shopping, and got a phone call from the host, telling us we'd left some of our things at the site. That was really nice. Verizon and AT&T were solid. OTA TV wasn't. We didn't get any channels. - AnnP
May 2017 - $30.00
We stayed in the East campground and this side is a fairly new park with paved streets and sites. The pull-throughs are big enough for a large 5th wheel and we disconnected the truck. It's nicely landscaped with open spaces and several ponds. There may be mosquitos in the warmer months though. There is water and electric but no sewer. We will definitely stay here again when in the area. - Hands For Him
Nov 2016 - $20.00
I have actually stayed at this park several times. It is just a couple miles from the Airstream dealer and works great when I am taking my RV in for service.
The gate is closed from 10pm to 5am. And the host specifically checked that I had holding tanks. (Mine is the Airstream Mercedes Sprinter van, so a bit incogneto)
When I have been here in the summer the park has been popular during the day. Things quiet down at night.
This is a great inexpensive place to stay when in the Portland area.
The only reason I gave a lower rating on the cleanliness and the site is because it's been rainy, and the sites are pretty much all muddy. It doesn't not seem they have done anything to mitigate the mud.
The spaces are close together. Plenty of room for a van, someone with slide outs on both sides may find it rather snug.
The host was friendly, as they have been in the past as well.
I would recommend this park to anyone who wanted a safe, friendly stopover in the Portland area. - StormRunner
Jul 2015 - $20.00
We needed an overnight stop and most RV parks in the Portland area (very few to begin with) are full for the summer. Make reservations early, the locals love camping in RV's! This was fortunately one spot that seems to get overlooked if you need a last-minute place that is secure at night (gates are locked at 10pm). No reservations, it's first-come first-serve. Most sites are pull-thru and big-rig friendly. Check-in was a little confusing, no place to park without blocking the entrance. Might be best just to pick a spot you like and pull-in? That's what we did and the camp host met us at our site to take a credit card or exact cash only (no checks accepted). Sites right next to the river are extra, maybe $5 more? We arrived on a Wednesday evening and the campground was less than half-full in the middle of July. You will want to be self-contained to stay here, no showers and I can't remember any restroom either, except if you walk over to the park (not far). We were in the 3rd row from the river but could still see it. Sites are crammed next to each other though, so it's practically a gravel parking lot. At least no one pulled in next to us that night - we picked one between empty sites. No picnic tables for sites here. There is a dump available here. Lastly, we work online and make sure to say something about Verizon's coverage - surely no need to worry being in the middle of the city here, full bars LTE data and cell signal. - Sara C.
Oct 2014 - $20.00
The best sites are along the river. 2nd row is pretty good, too. All sites are a little close to the next. Good rate makes up for it, plus you're in the city. Road noise is moderate. Easy to access off the main road. I was able to pull in over 100 TV channels. I think the other review had issues with his TV. It's a great spot to drop in your kayak or do some river fishing. - Craig H
May 2017 - $65.00
Beautiful location. We chose it because it's so woodsy and very "squatchy" ;-) Wide and easy to navigate in our 38' A class and we are newbies. Nice check in procedure. This place has a playground, a fully stocked store with almost everything you could imagine as well as a bakery that serves breakfast and lunch only. We stayed in VM98 and were backed up to the woods. Beautiful spot. Not a ton of sun. The only con was the fire pits were all full of junk. We didn't have a fire but if we had I would have been upset. A lot of garbage. My 2 year d was obsessed with fire pits during this trip so I feel like we looked in all of them looking for a "fire". They all had garbage and debris in them. We bought a TT membership here and will definitely be back. Many many sites were not even. No gravel. They do need to shovel some in or something to help with the mud in some of them. For this price at least. - JoleneRobert
Sep 2016 - $1.00
This was our first experience with an Encore park. Stayed here 5 days using a free promotional offer. We were visiting Oregon and selected this park as a home base for the Mt Hood and Columbia River Gorge area. Easy to find from Hwy 26. Check in was efficient and staff was courteous. The facilities: pool, office, store, clubhouse and onsite restaurant are very nice. The park is extensive. No escort to site. We were in the VM loop. Interior road is paved but site is a mix of gravel/dirt. The site is overgrown with vegetation with an area just clear enough to fit our 43' motorhome. The drop off from the asphalt into the site is about 6" at our site. The site starts uphill then levels out with a slight lean left to right. Tricky backing in. Our power box was held on by electrical tape that was wrapped around it making it functional. Utilities worked fine. Cable was marginal and satellite was impossible due to canopy. Our site had a fire ring/grill with trash that needed cleaning. As we can drove in we noticed trash dumpsters along the side of the loop. In front of our site we had two dumpsters making it very unsightly. The CG sites/loops are neglected and need maintenance. Other sites have the same appearance. No doggy park. The location is great for visiting many local attractions: Timberline Lodge, Mirror Lake, the Gorge, waterfalls, many hiking trails and the town of Sandy, etc. If we had to pay for the site we would not stay here but the location is great. - RTM
Aug 2016 - $55.00
This camp has a restaurant, pool and is near the river if you like to kayak or fish. It is an short drive to Government Camp and Mt Hood, and a pleasantdrive to Columbia River Gorge. Lots and lots of families so the he pool is filled with kids. All sites are different, so we really cannot speak to levelness or location of utilities. We were in #1 which was a pull through. It was on a slope in the pines, and where it was level, the site was very, very damp. Still, the wooded ambience was great. - OH2SD
May 2017 - $26.00
This is a very small park in a great location for sightseeing. Getting to the park has it's challenges. One option is a 1.5 mile 10 percent grade hill and the other is a narrow, curvy, two-lane road for 7 miles. Neither ideal for a big rig but I did it in low traffic time of day. It's easiest to get into the park by going through the fire station parking lot. Discuss all of this when making a reservation. I called way ahead and got the best site in the park - a long pull-thru, FHU with 50 amp. Not many are open for satellite but this one is. All utilities were great and free Wifi was excellent. Strong Verizon signal. All sites looked pretty level but I don't know the hookup situation at others. Office staff is excellent - friendly, helpful, flexible. Rate is partial Passport America for a week stay. - cwier
May 2017 - $20.00
Mix up with reservation and they didn't have a spot for us when we arrived. Turns out that we were accidentally booked at their sister resort. They were very apolegetic and acommodating. This park only has 25 spots and approximately 15 are full-time residents. They allowed us to use their overflow spot for our 3 nights. Site had water and sewer but no electric and they allowed us to use our generator. Luckily we didn't need it too much and only ran it sparingly so as not to upset the neighbors. We would stay there again as everything else was great. The staff was friendly and allowed us to complete check-in after we were set-up and satisfied. They also gave lots of good tourist info and a few maps. Clean laundry and bathrooms and the location can't be beat. Rate reflects the inconvenience of not having electric. - Dream Chasers
Aug 2016 - $23.00
Water & electric site. Very helpful manager. She thought the site had 50 amp service but it was only 15 amp. Fortunately there was 30 amp service available near another site reachable with an extra power cord. Site required quite a bit of leveling. If using I-84 to reach the park use exit 18 rather than 22, since 22 requires climbing a 10% grade with many curves to reach the park. Park sign is very small and entry is directly east of the fire station and will require a wide turn into it. - Bob & Stephanie
Jul 2009 - $18.00
We stayed here for a week, and were not especially happy with the park. The sites were too short for our 39 foot motorhome. The grass/weeds were not taken care of. There were many resident rvs, some not well taken care of. The rules, especially for quiet time, were not enforced. We will NOT return. Also many of the sewer connections did not have covers. - Kent Savage
May 2017 - $28.00
I don't know why this park gets so many high reviews. It's fine. There's a slice of grass between each site but due to rains, the entire park was severely flooded and the grass was a mudpit. There's a picnic table on each patch but you're literally right next to your neighbor's slide. It was in a cute part of Oregon and right near the bike/walking paths, but I wouldn't go out of my way to stay here. It's functional. That's about it. I know the rains were bad this year but the drainage was horrible. There are about 70% residents and the rest in and out folks. - Kamnel
Apr 2017 - $45.00
'Standard' modern RV park, with pull-through sites in the middle (mostly overnighters) and back-ins along the periphery (mostly perms or semi-perms--nice rigs, no clutter). Extremely clean and well managed (aside from the office hours being quite limited). FHU perfectly functional (for the pull-through sites, electric and water at the back, sewer in the middle); nice grassy strip between the sites (not overly wide, but acceptable in such a park). Train tracks are very close to the park, but for the most part, it looks as though they don't blow their horn very often, so we didn't mind the rumble when they (frequently) go by. - wolf59a
Oct 2016 - $49.00
Arrived on a Sunday & could not reach office personal. Needed to use laundry & restrooms but could not. Off hour accommodations were tacky. Paying the bill & leaving early was a problem. Office opened at 11am. Facilities seemed nice but crowded. Access to management poor. Possible bad timing for all. Stayed over night. - zzzya