2 Parks near Fairview, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $45.00
This is a very nice park. Would get excellent reviews if not for the train. Upper level noise might be less we stayed in 2nd row away from tracks. We would stay again. - roadkingray
Aug 2015 - $42.00
If you want to stay near Portland this is a good choice. We have stayed here a couple of times. In the upper area there are lots of very nice rigs. Lots of very nice people stay here. In fact walking around with my dog and greeting and meeting the good group of folks around me might be the best attribute of this park. Far far better than the next park we stayed at. When we stayed here last week there were a total of 10 RVillage members in the park.
On the other hand sites are tight for large rigs and especially for large rigs with tow. I had to move my Jeep to be able to use my basement slide outs fully. We found the utilities very good. It was very hot during our stay and a couple of times our total amps draw was about 60 and we did not blow the circuit. It is also fairly noisy here. Trains, planes, and traffic noise.
We needed to use a Kaiser medical facility when we were in the area and that is only about a 9 mile drive. And we found two leash free dog parks 7 miles away. - RFCN2
Jul 2015 - $43.00
We have been to this park three times in the past and we were always satisfied. However, we had stayed on the upper level the last 3 times. We had asked to stay on the upper tier again this time, but we were told there were none available on that tier and pretty full.
When making reservations, my wife asked if we would be assigned a spot among long termers. The office person told her the long termers were interspersed throughout the park. We agreed to reservations for a week.
Beware, the lower tier is nothing like the top tier. No views, dead grass, and lots of clutter from full/long termers. The park states that no storage is allowed on the site, but the guy behind us had a dozen or more cardboard boxes in his site.
There isn't a lot of space between sites, no view of any kind, and you are jammed into a long row of rigs.
Ironically, there were several empty spots in the top tier. I'm thinking they stick people in the "cattle call" spots when they stay for more than a few days.
We were extremely disappointed and will be forced to look for another RV park next time. - Discover
Aug 2015 - $35.00
I've visited here many times over the last 11 years and if never seems to change...except they keep raising the nightly/weekly rates. WiFi is email and FB speed only, short term pads are broken up and tilt to the right (uncomfortable during showers and stuff), cable requires box, with a $50 deposit (refundable), and then doesn't work (OTA is OK though), bathroom is clean but it's 100 yards away, and requires a key ($5 deposit...refundable). All in all, I would not stay here if it wasn't so conveniently close to my friends living in the area...
When I'm lucky, and a good pad opens up, I stay here for weeks at a time. But that was last year and years past when the weekly was $180, now it's freaking $220. Really, place isn't worth that. - User35
Aug 2014 - $40.00
The place is rundown with 99 percent permanent residents. The pads are terribly un level and narrow. The manager is an older woman with a nasty attitude. Don't waste your time stopping here - Doctorlock
Jun 2012 - $30.00
Price was OK for the area and what you get. Office personal was very dramatic and every request and change seemed to frustrate her. Most sites are permanent residents. Laundry and restrooms are clean and nice. Most spots have trees, making it difficult for satellites to receive. We would not stay here again if we could find another place. - JoyceG