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Date of Stay: January, 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. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $30.00
We've stayed at this park a few times before. The pull-thru sites on the side of the park that are like an arc are great. Easy to get in and out. We always have a fire in the fire pits and their tables are nice for sitting & eating. It's a pleasant walk a few hundred yards through the day use park to a river. The park seems bordered and covered with trees, yet open enough for satellite usage. Right in the middle of two major cities (Eugene/Springfield), with major stores and many RV parts/service businesses. We'll be back. We camped at Armitage Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $33.00
Another one of the great county parks in Oregon. Nice quiet little park just north of Eugene, easy to get to off of I-5. Restrooms were clean, showers were clean, and the park is well kept. Had a slight problem with the electrical at the 1st site, they moved me one site over, best part, they had a County Electrician out with 20 minutes to fix the one that wasn't working. Campground hosts were very helpful, very polite. This is my 2nd stay here in 3 years, will stay here again. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $30.00
What a gem! This is a beautiful Lane County park located on the McKenzie River. Sites are level, blacktop and with excellent hookups and cable TV service. We first chose a site in the more wooded section (#30), but decided to move to site #13 for better satellite reception, and sunlight. Sites are spacious, private, grassy, and clean. Each site as a fire pit and picnic table. There is a beautiful new restroom, shower area and laundry room. Streets are paved, and wide. There is a huge open area for family games, picnics and get togethers. There is a day use area, with a boat ramp, sports field, and plenty of picnic tables. There is a great off-leash dog park across from the campground as well. There is plenty of shopping and restaurants just 2.5 miles from the park on Coberg Road in Eugene. We will definitely stay here again! We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $30.00
We really loved this park. It is secluded and our site (31) was nicely shaded by the abundant trees. We were here to have our motorhome serviced by Cummins in Coburg so it was more of a necessary stay over but we were pleasantly surprised. The staff is very casual and, because we had reserved and paid ahead of time, we got set up in our site with minimum fuss. A river flows through the park and there is a nice short trail that runs parallel to it. The traffic coming over the bridge can be a little noisy but we couldn't hear anything from our site. If you like antiques then Coburg will suit you well, otherwise nearby Eugene is the place to go where you'll find all the usual assortment of your favorite stores and a beautiful city park. Armitage Park itself, however, is a lovely place to just hang out, relax and listen to the sounds of nature. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $30.00
This was our first stay at this small campground and we went there based on the previous positive comments. This was a great place to land for a few days. Very large, spacious, level sites in a park-like setting. Full hookups, including cable TV. We were unable to get satellite because of the trees, but were very surprised and happy to have the cable. Wi-Fi was intermittent. Nice safe area to walk both in the park and in the day use area, which by the way, does have access to the McKenzie River. They take reservations up to within 3 days, otherwise it is a first come first serve. Would like to be able to make reservations within the 3 day period to be able to ensure a spot. We will definitely stay here again and recommend to others. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $43.00
Nice quiet park setting close to the river, plenty of room for our 45' with 4 slides, easy in and out, gravel site, close to shopping and the airport. Only $33 per night, but a one time $10 reservation fee, which bumps up the price if only staying one night. New laundry with big machines, clean restrooms and showers but we didn't use them. Nice dog park at the entrance but mostly for big dogs. Tents, trailers and big rigs all had plenty of room. Never did see the hosts and the office was closed our whole stay but the park was nice and clean. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $30.00
Check in was going to your spot & there was a paper with your name & dates. The spots were big but the grass was filed with weeds and stickers. I used the washer and dryer which was new and just wonderful. There was some highway noise. There was no swimming in the river. Lots of room for the kids to ride their bikes. I would stay here again. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
This park is such a jewel I almost hate to give it a great review since it seems harder and harder to get reservations here. We've stayed at this park anywhere from 1 night to 5 nights. They have recently added a new structure with showers and brand new laundry room. The spots are almost all level and spread out well so that you don't feel like you are right on top of each other. They also have a large off leash dog area. The proximity to Eugene is very handy and is not far off I-5. The managers are friendly and helpful and all facilities are very clean. I've heard some spots have better TV or satellite reception but since we don't use our TV this hasn't been a problem. The WiFi definitely works better in the 1 to 15 sites than in the more treed spots in the park. I would recommend this park. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $40.00
This is one of the nicest places that we have stayed. Lots of space between sites and a tidy place to stay. My only complaint was when I called a week prior to extend our stay, an extra night, I was told that to extend our stay was the same price but an additional $10.00 every time you add additional days. This makes it $40.00 per night. We went somewhere else for the extra night. This is a bit high dollar. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $30.00
Good paved park road. Sites are large with a good size pad for any size rig. Our site was a paved and level back-in that included a table and fire grate. The grass around the site could have used a mowing. It was self registration when we arrived as the check-in place has limited hours. The campground host advised us to pick out any site that wasn't reserved and then register. All hookups worked fine. Cable TV had around 70 channels and picture quality was excellent. Wi-Fi had a good strong signal. I haven't come across many county parks that included both cable TV and Wi-Fi. This campground is far enough away from I-5 to be quiet. I would definitely come here again if in the area. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $30.00
We stay at a lot of municipal campgrounds and fairground campgrounds when traveling because they are usually a lot cheaper. This place was also cheaper for the area but not as cheap as I would normally expect for a municipal campground. Imagine my delighted surprise to find this is not a typical small town campground. The cable TV has 71 channels, the WiFi is intermediate to good speed, the campsites are long and spacious. There is also a really nice fenced large dog park a short walk from the campground, a real treat for our pouches. This is a big-dog park. There were no chihuahuas, just labs, spaniels and boxers. There is a boat launch and walking trails. The place has a live in host and it felt clean and safe. Two caveats. Even though we arrived in mid March, we did not have a lot of campsite choices due to so many being reserved. So I recommend reservations. Second one couple took the campsite we picked while we were driving around and they said they were changing sites due to a really bad ant infestation in their trailer overnight the night before. If ants bother you then take an inner spot. We did and we had no ant issues. Pull through sites are $33 and only on the outer loop. The regular sites are plenty big enough for any rig we have ever encounters. We had a whole truck length to spare in our space. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $33.00
Rate is for a full hookup pull through site. The distance to the interstate is about half a mile, so traffic noise is noticeable. However, only three miles from the interstate exit this is so much better than the parks that are literally located on the shoulder of I-5. Excellent hookups, level sites. All sites are paved and provide some space between each other. We didn't use the restrooms, thus can't comment. WiFi worked well but there were a few more campers in the park. We'll come back for an overnight stay when passing through. We camped at Armitage Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $30.00
Great overnight stop for us, very close to I-5. Large sites, easy to get in, only 4 campers in December. Sites are back-in and pull-through. Lots of space, very nice municipal park, along a river. Full hook ups and good Wi-Fi. Self registration. We camped at Armitage Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $30.00
An excellent county campground, adjacent to a very nice day use area and a big dog park. The back-in sites are $30 and the pull-throughs are $33. Strong Verizon voice and 4G data service. Excellent paved interior roads, wide enough for any size rig, as are the sites themselves. I saw a sign at the host's office "No Showers Until 2014". Currently, about half the sites are shut down for the season, but even on a weekend there were only three or four sites occupied, so no need to pay the $10 reservation fee; just show up. There is some train noise, but the trees screen out a lot of it. Strong, free Wi-Fi, with a download speed of 5.5 Mbps. We camped at Armitage Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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