5 Parks near Eugene, Oregon
May 2015 - $30.00
The Armitage campground only has 32 FHU sites surrounded by a large day use area along with a number of group camp sites. Without reservations you can stay only for two days. Reservation fee was $10.
All of the interior roads and sites are on asphalt. Some of the sites were heavily shaded and some were in full sun. The sites were pretty level. The utilities were on the appropriate side but located towards the back of the site. All sites had a picnic table and fire ring.
There were 4 private bathrooms with a shower. In addition, this campground also had (3) washers ($2) and (3) dryers ($0.25 for 15 minutes). There was no coin machine for change.
Verizon air card was NOT usable. Most of the time there was only 1 or two bars. The campground's WiFi was usable. Verizon cell phone worked well.
The electrical voltage was very low. With only the refrigerator on electric the voltage hovered between 117 or 118 volts.
This is a very clean, quiet park. We would definitely come back here if we were in the area. We stayed at this campground with a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Apr 2015 - $30.00
Very pretty county park. They have an online reservation system, but you have to book three days in advance. If you call, they can get you in on the same day. All of the spots are great. Big, asphalt paved, full hookup, close to the bathrooms. Some spots have shade, some don't. No separate "patio", but the spots are big enough to have walking surface all around your coach. No problem parking a car in the spot. Some are pull-throughs. The bathrooms are more park-style with stone floors, but not bad and they were clean and well-stocked. We will definitely return. Lots of space to walk around, nature trails, and a 2-acre off-leash dog park. - NotStockPhoto
Jan 2015 - $33.00
What a peaceful little spot. It's a county park and was very quiet when we were there in late January. Since we'd just purchased our coach from RV Corral, the first-night shakedown location was very convenient for us. Our site (pull-through site #4) had a fire pit and picnic table with large grassy area in front. There was plenty of room for our 36' motor home. Other sites looked just as big and their is plenty of space between sites so we didn't feel crowded.
Our site had great Internet reception. No problems with check in. We didn't book ahead since it was the off-season and we had our choice of sites. The cost for our 50-amp full-hookup site, including wifi, was shockingly inexpensive for us So Cal folk, at only $33!
Very quiet and peaceful, while sights are far apart for privacy and you only hear a small hum from the traffic on the 5 freeway. Easy in and out as well. Would highly recommend this park for an over night or extended stay. - kiwi14
Feb 2015 - $39.00
This is a very nice wooded and landscaped RV Park with pull-through sites 1/2 mile off I-5. The pads are a little narrow. The staff is friendly. I've stayed here twice. - Howard Kallio
Sep 2014 - $38.00
Friendly staff, Immaculate restrooms and showers. Very nice park. We spent one night in a deluxe site. It had shade. Sites are paved and fairly level. On the phone for reservations and when we checked in, we were treated as valued customers. We would definitely stay here again. - traveling
Jun 2014 - $48.00
Most sites are back-in and ours was long enough for our 40 foot motor home and toad. Sites are level concrete pads with a small patio and grass in between, with good separation between neighbors. There are many trees but none blocked our satellite TV. The park was landscaped and immaculate, and the front desk staff friendly. Wi-Fi is adequate. Good Verizon 3G/4G service. Cable TV has a modest number of channels. The park is probably the nicest one in the Eugene area but a bit on the pricey side given the level of amenities. One annoyance is that there is only one set of dumpsters for the entire park and they were quite full during our entire stay. We like this park and it is very convenient to visiting family but we will probably try another park further away next time. - arpijay
Oct 2013 - $24.00
Out of convenience we had to use this park as all the other parks were booked. When I pull into these old mobile home/trailer parks I never know what I'm going to find or not find but this park does have about 12 sites that are strictly used for overnighters. The other sites that they say are for overnighters I wouldn't want to use them. What happens in these parks is they get a lot of permanent people that are in here for three or four months at a time and with that comes a lot of junk accumulation which when you pull in for a overnight stay you have to look at this and it's very undesirable. The manager here and the people are very nice. It's just not what I call a RV friendly park as far as the aesthetics of it go. Even though it is convenient to the college and the football game that we attended I would not stay here again. - monaco cruiser
Oct 2011 - $24.00
This is a clean park with some train noise. Sites are narrow, short, close-together, close-to-level asphalt in fairly good condition, with little or no shade. Roads are medium wide asphalt in fairly good condition, with lots of speed bumps. The office might have been open once, briefly, while I was there; I never met any staff. Verizon data service works well. The rate is total including tax; credit cards are not accepted. - wjzcbn
Jun 2007 - $30.00
The RV sites in the front of the park were unkept. The manager was very difficult. The permanent sites were kept up. The pull through sites were easy to access. There were nice trees in the park. - two
Jun 2015 - $37.00
Beautiful park with paved roads, long paved sites, and very nice grass between sites. Verbally told us about "activities" when we checked in, but without written list, who can remember when is Karaoke Night vs Taco Tuesday vs. Ice Cream Social Day. (Okay, Taco Tuesday self evident!) Wi-Fi is way too weak for a park this size/quality. Often thrown off in the middle of what we're doing and slow all of the time. We've stayed here often and will again, but Wi-Fi problem is discouraging as was being without water off and on for about 18 hours with no notice. - bjcamper
Jun 2015 - $52.00
We enjoyed our stay in this park. The sites are roomy with plenty of space between sites. We were in site 143, a pull in site in front of the pond. The managers and staff were very friendly and accommodating. They provided snacks for BYOB happy hour Friday evening and had karaoke afterwards. S'mores were made by the pool on Saturday. There is a small pool and a hot tub. They have cable TV and wifi. The wifi was very slow. The grounds were beautifully manicured and the pond with fountain and fishing dock was a nice touch. New pool lounge chairs arrived during our stay. Would stay here again! - Longhorn Fan
Dec 2014 - $49.00
Nice park and very friendly & helpful staff. Easy off & on I-5. Close to I-5 so there was road noise but not bad enough to be a problem. Sites were level with small patios and grassy areas between sites making for a very roomy feeling. Sites are angled to give feeling of more privacy between RVs. Verizon signal was 3 bars. - GenBug
Oct 2014 - $18.00
Upon arrival, I actually drove around the block because I wasn't sure I wanted to stay here. Even though I had anticipated a 50% discount with Passport America, the neighborhood and trailer park scene was almost unbearable. My wife told me the price was too good to just drive by and not stop. The host was very friendly and helpful. Eager to show me my site, I couldn't help to notice how narrow each site would be to my neighbor. I was an early arrival. By nights end, the nearest neighbor was right on top of my slide out. As I review, trains are rumbling and blowing their call. Tracks are close and horns are loud. Be aware of sirens. The good can be found in the WiFi. 30mbs are standard. Enough bandwidth to stream your movies or Skype your family. Overall, come here with our PA discount but don't expect the Oregon wilderness you may be used to. Appreciate being close to all the city has to offer and the good WiFi. You're going to be distraught by the tight turns and close neighbors. But we are not in the pristine forest! Expect city dwelling with a trailer park feel. - Craig H
Jun 2014 - $28.00
Before we booked our reservation I read the previous reviews and was really skeptical. We were in Eugene for the U of Oregon graduation ceremony so amenities were not important. The receptionist was pleasant and helpful. The area of the campground for short-term stay was very tight for Class A rigs. Use caution! The trees were trimmed back, the asphalt was clean and moss free. The power was adequate. The trains were frequent but not bothersome as others have stated. I guess it has a lot to do with how well your rig is insulated. The park is close to the University. Of course it rained! - WindsorDave
Mar 2014 - $28.00
The manager was very friendly and gave good directions to our site. In the office is a sign indicating that a very active train runs adjacent to the park. The train ran several times throughout the night. Recommend ear plugs. Sites were heavily covered with moss as well as the pavement covered in moss. - Debs F