5 Parks near Eugene, Oregon
Sep 2015 - $40.00
This is a nice county park, we stay when we care travelling in the area. The sites are paves long and wide. It is close to services but yet you feel like you are remote. - JDR
Sep 2015 - $33.00
Very nice county park, spacious site locations that are asphalt. Some sites had a bit of a slant to them but no problem. Big trees with river nearby. We had a back in space with EWS. Very comfortable, we stayed three nights and would return. - Thirdtime
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Really nice campground, sites are mostly well spaced, price reflects out of state, and reservation fee. It is very, very dry here this year. Free good wi fi was a bonus. Easy bike ride to town, and a must along the Willamette River. - NXTSTOP
Jul 2015 - $46.00
This is a very nice, clean, well maintained campground. But the interior road is very narrow so you have to take it slow. A lot of trees and grass and a lot of long sites. Some sites have patios. Some open, others under trees. We were parked at the end of the loop and close to the highway that runs along the campground. That is the main reason I don't think we'll stay here again. The noise was constant all day. Just a little less at night. Maybe a site in the back would be quieter. Check-in was fast and welcoming. - mkaiser
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
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
Sep 2015 - $46.00
Premier RV Resort in Eugene caters to high end RVs. We were bookended by a large motorhome and a forty foot 5th wheel. Enough space existed between the other RVs by a large portion of perfectly manicured grass so the two vehicles were unobtrusive. The wi-fi in the park was very good and we had no trouble getting online. Also, the spaces are wide-open enough to allow portable satellite dishes to be easily set up.
After registration we were guided to our site by Bob, an employee, on a golf cart. He was full of helpful information about the RV park and surrounding area and this was much appreciated.
Noise from Interstate 5 was minimal. We were tired after having to wade through Seattle area traffic's stops and starts because of the president of China's visit to the Northwest. I guess taking a helicopter was out of the question; Interstate 5 was stopped for 17 miles in both directions so one person and his retinue could get securely into Seattle.
Enough grousing. We enjoyed our visit and would recommend Premier to fellow travelers who would appreciate a superior RV park and beautiful surroundings. - Professor Ken
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Very peaceful setting and large pull-through sites with a separating hedge and green picket fence. Beautiful club house with a small stream next to the entrance roadway with green fields on the other side. Close to Camping World and I-5. - theallde
Aug 2015 - $49.00
Spaces are mostly pull through and have a grass strip between. Very close to I5, so you do get some road noise, but it didn't bother us. The park WiFi does not actually function. It connects you, but is unable to open web pages and is so slow that they just time out.
Construction is underway so there is some of that traffic through the park. There is no gate or evidence of security, but we didn't see people cruising through either.
It is a nice park, but the price is pretty high for what you are getting. - TCDON
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