10 RV Parks near Fort Rock, Oregon
Jun 2013 - $25.00
Owner has lived on site since August 2012. Sites not possible to level. Showers dirty. Bathrooms filthy. Laundry room very dirty and disorganized, looks more like a storage area. No garbage disposal, must take away your own garbage. Small store available on site. Bought a 6-pack of beer and all lids rusty from previous spill. Free WiFi works close to the front office. Stayed here in a motorhome. Will not be returning. - fd536
Sep 2012 - $20.00
This is one unique place: new owner lives on property and runs a very small store. Sites are grass and not possible to level, no TV hook ups and no satellite connections could be made. Phone service only at land line in store. This appears to be more of a hunting camp type of operation as there is a bow and arrow range. An interesting spot for a stop over for the not faint of heart. - Tahoetom
Oct 2011 - $25.00
This park has a lot of character, starting with its management...Good People. The park has been in business since 1950 and is both well-established and well-kept. It's on State Highway 31, the scenic outback shortcut from I-97 to I-395 between Bend & Reno, right on the edge of the Fremont & Winema Forests, overlooking the high desert Fort Rock Valley. I stayed only for one night and enjoyed a good clean hot shower. There's a store with the usual amenities and some pleasant surprises. There is a performance stage on the premises and during the spring/summer season they host a series of music and art festivals. It's also a popular hunting base camp during deer season. - arbortender
Sep 2014 - $12.00
We stayed in Little Fawn campground within the Paulina Lake area. A little down the road from Paulina Lake Campground. A smaller campground with sites right on the water. Boat ramp available. it is beautiful and was quiet this time of year. Easiest to get a site out of season. - saturn7
Aug 2010 - $16.00
Located in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Paulina Lake is the first campground within the caldera. The campground is located on Paulina Lake with a boat ramp available. The sites are located in the woods with ample space for setting up tents or campers. The facilities include flushing toilets and water throughout the campground. The facility does require a $10 fee for entering the National Monument. The site was level and wood was available. The park was beautiful with nice hikes around the Paulina and East Lake, on an Obsidian Lava Flow, and to the top of Paulina Peak. The night we stayed was cold (35 degrees), but the sky was clear and the stars beautiful. There are two small resorts with stores and restaurants in the monument and a small visitor center. - dmaerz
Aug 2016 - $32.00
We live in Bend, Oregon and decided to try East Lake for a few nights of local camping. First of all the road off Highway 97 to the RV Park is two lane, paved and very nice.
We travel in a 36 foot motorhome and did not take our tow car with us.
we opted for an "interior" site pull thru, we stayed in Site #40 it was on the end. The campground is laid out very nicely, the middle sites are pull thru the others are back-in. We had 50 amp and water hook up there is a dump station as you leave.
Our site was very large, clean, fire ring and picnic table. The campground is maintained so well and the campground host is on site and very helpful and friendly.
We camped five days here, four nights and it was great. We were able to walk across the road to the resort and East Lake. The area is breathtaking and you will no lack things to do or see.
Big rigs would fit into the interior sites of this campground, in fact the host told us they had a 46 foot RV stay there and had room.
There is NO wifi and there is no cell service at all. This was not a problem for us but if this is a must for you this campground would not work.
We enjoyed the campground and the nightly camp fires and will stay here again. We travel a great deal and have stayed at a lot of campgrounds etc, this is a very very nice one.
We booked our reservations on line and then had something come up so we called and talked to the owner and moved our dates and they were very nice and helpful about it.
There on line site for East Lake Resort will give you a map of the campground so you can see what the sites are and their location. Suggest bigger rigs select site in pull thru's. - OregonGirl
Aug 2012 - $25.00
We stayed here over Labor Day, very nice as usual. However I notice they have Wi-Fi for a very spendy price: $5per hour or $10 per day. I think the price should be included. - saturn7
Aug 2010 - $25.00
This is a woodsy spot near the lake. There are cabins down by the water and a regular campground nearby without power and water. The site is beautiful with tall trees, not busy, beautiful lake. The cabins/restaurant area has Wi-Fi but we didn't try it. The showers are open to the public so the bathrooms and showers get heavy use. The area is known for its hiking and fishing. A beautiful spot. - saturn7
Aug 2015 - $7.00
Typical small NFS campground. Great camp host. Very quiet except for the occasional train. Some pull though sites. Lots of space between sites. We would have been able to get into half of them at 43'. The trees could use trimming. Pit toilets. Good dog walking in the surrounding woods. Nice stream in the meadow next to the camp sites to play in or just enjoy. Drought made sites and roads quite dusty. Good water available, but no threads on spigots to attach a hose so fill up before arriving. - bobcovey
May 2017 - $38.00
Spaces are very small and you are intimate with your neighbors. The overnight spots are right next to the "dog park", so hope you don't mind loud barking and people yelling at their animals all night. Right on the freeway so very loud. Lady in the office is polite and was willing to tell me about local sites to see. Wifi was spotty and hookups were in someone elses footpath ie, they open the door into your sewer/water/cable hookups. - RoadWarrior9
Jul 2014 - $30.00
This is a small RV park right on the highway with gravel sites that are very close together and don't have any shade. Very poorly laid out sites and there was a lot of dried sewage scattered in gravel around next site hookups which also is right where our front door opened requiring great care to avoid stepping in it. We would not recommend this park. We stayed one night because we were tired and didn't know that 20 minutes further down the road there was a much nicer park. - candyd
Aug 2013 - $35.00
The sites were very close together. No amenities other than a dog area that is very close to the highway. Spaces were very tight and with parking allowed on the roads, difficult to get into assigned space. - djslawson
Sep 2011 - $28.00
What everyone else has stated is true -- we really liked this campground. The manager (owner?) was very nice and helpful. There was lots of space between sites and the lawn and trees were beautiful. It was quiet and peaceful. We were parked near the office and I had no problem with the Wi-Fi at all. If we are back in the area I know we will stay there again! We used our own bathroom so didn't use theirs, but looked inside and they were clean and roomy, albeit old. - PortiaN
Sep 2010 - $25.00
There are two sections to the Riverview Trailer Park. The first section is a trailer park which is kept very well. The second section is the RV park. There are mostly long term residents at the campground. The grounds have plenty of grass and it is obvious that the owners take great pride in their establishment. The interior road and sites are gravel. The widths of the sites are a little narrow, but there should not be a problem getting into them. Some sites are more level then others. There is a picnic table at each site but no BBQ stand. All sites have FHU with 30/50 amp electricity. The bathroom and showers were a little dated but very clean. There are two washers and two dryers and are reasonable priced. Wi-Fi is available, but the signal was weak at our site (we did not use it). Verizon air card and cell phone worked well. Cable TV is also available. Your GPS will probably tell you to take Doe Lane from Burgess Road. Doe Lane is a dirt road. A better route would be to continue on Burgess Road to the traffic light. Turn right onto South Huntington road. The RV park will be on your left. We would come back here again if we were in the area. - adsaxs
Aug 2010 - $25.00
We found this little park after checking into another park in town that we considered unacceptable for more than one night. We are happy that the first one was so bad as to force us to look elsewhere, because this one is a jewel. We are almost reluctant to praise it for fear that there will not be room when we return. Nothing fancy, just large, flat, shady sites with good hookups including free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Cash or checks only. - 2005-Fulltimers
Jul 2016 - $41.00
First this park has a website which contains a map and photos. The park is NOT like the on-line photos. The grass is all dead and the park is not maintained at all. Do not be fooled! Specific problems are:
No staff at park. When you arrive you must call number posted and eventually a "manager" will arrive. No staff on duty to address issues.
Spaces so narrow that they will not fit large double slide outs.
Very unfriendly staff and owner who refuses to resolve problems (read below for details.)
Unsecured credit card information! Your credit card number is written on post-it style note with your information and arrival date, paper-clipped and at desk for anyone to take or possibly see. (Office is locked as no one is there, but when you do enter with staff it is there.)
Park is mostly full-time "greatly discounted" monthly guests. This park is NOT geared to weekend travelers.
SHARED space outside your RV door. Yes that is correct. You must share your table space with your neighbor.
No room to walk dog or grass area for dogs to do their "business" in. Again see photo. If you want dead grass area, you must walk your dog directly next to someone else RV.
Park is in LOW INCOME trashy residential area. As in run down single wide mobile home and cars which do not run on other side of RV park fence.
Also rather weird is only one phone number is posted by the telephone... The Deschutes Sheriff's Department. (Not like in case of emergency, but like trouble is expected it seems... wow!)
I had to leave. My RV would not fit in the spot I had left. Park refused to refund. Feels like you are in the ghetto.
I strongly recommend holiday travelers to avoid this park. The State Park is just a few miles up the road. But if you want a "budget minded" property with no supervision, then this is your place. - Oregon_Adventure
May 2015 - $33.00
Nice older park and quiet!! Everything is clean and works as it should. Owners are fantastic and really take good care of the place. About 2 miles west of Hwy 97 just north of La Pine, OR. The distance from the hwy really eliminates the noise. This is a small park and big rigs would be tight though OK in some spaces. Nothing I need worry about for now. Lots to see and do in the area and there is a fish cleaning station at the park. Sites are somewhat cozy but I've seen worse. WiFi worked fine for us, we checked email and did some browsing. Would definitely stay here again. - DRKM
Jun 2014 - $22.00
Great little park off the beaten path! Had a great pull through site for our 40 ft. Shaded spot with grass on one side. Park has some long term residents evidenced by the guy mowing his lawn! Still a great place for a short stay or even a longer one. Everything worked great. Sewer, Power, & electric. WiFi was a little weak but we weren't there to surf the web! People were extremely friendly and helpful. They had to upgrade us to a full hookup site and charged us the quoted Good Sam rate for the lesser site. Will definitely stay again! - Rydell Smith
May 2017 - $5.00
Easy to get in and out of. Interior roads are dirt and all one-way through the rows of pull-through sites. Utilities worked well. We did not pay for the WiFi. Verizon signal good. Site was grass, level, clear for satellite and very large. Bathrooms were very clean and laundry clean and nice. Price is ROD plus the $5 50 amp charge. Check in process simple, friendly and helpful. We'll stay again if in the area. - cwier
Apr 2017 - $10.00
We used our free "get acquainted" stay to check out this campground, and ended up joining as Members of RPI. Our stay was a little early in the year after a very snowy winter, so they were still getting set up for the camping year. Bathrooms, showers, laundry areas are clean and nice. All sites are pull-through. We were parked in the NE part of the park, which has some trees, but most of the campground is without trees. The view of Mt. Bachelor and the Three Sisters was great, and hwy 97 going by as close as it was did not cause any undue noise that we noted. The best part of this park is the people. Everyone was great at making sure our stay was pleasant and that we had all the information we needed. We chose this as our "Home" campground because of all the great things to do in the area. The owners of this park are new in the last year or two, and are in the middle of several upgrade projects that will continue to improve the usefulness and livability of Cascade Meadows. - DocWMB
Feb 2017 - $15.00
We absolutely loved our stay at this resort. The sites were very large and it was a very peaceful park. The resort was always very well kept even with the heavy snow and cold winter we had. I never had an issue getting in or out of the park because the manager and his staff kept the roads clear for us. He was always so helpful in anything we needed. One day he even took the snow off the hood of my truck for me. The manager and his staff really made us feel like family while we stayed there the few months we did. They even invited us to a Christmas and New year party. I highly recommend this park to anyone looking for a quite family friendly park you cant get any better then this in Central Oregon. By the way the views of the mountains are amazing. - Joe and Mikki Morris
May 2017 - $24.00
La Pine State Park is a large state park in the high desert, off of highway 97. Highway 97 is quite buggy, but the park wasn't at all. The campground is six miles off of the highway, next to the Deschutes River. The campground is large, with lots of space between the sites. Hiking trails all over the place. The river is beautiful. We were there in mid-May. It was quiet. Only a few other campers. I would think during the summer, it would be a busy place. The roads are easy to navigate, and there are a number of sites that big rigs would fit. Our site was a back-in site that had water and 20 amp electric. the electric outlet was upside down, and it was a struggle to bend our power cord enough to get plugged in. Once we got plugged in, it worked fine. The dump station is on the way out of the campground. With our WeBoost, Verizon and AT&T were fine. Without, cell service would have been marginal. There aren't as many trees as in a lot of the rest of Oregon, so a satellite dish would probably work. While we were there (mid-May), it was literally raining giant pinecones. We had several loud BANGs on the roof of the rig while we were there. The only trash cans in the entire campground were near the entrance to the campground, by the dump station. We think this was probably because of wildlife. We saw a large and healthy looking wolf wandering through the campground early in the morning. The ranger at Newberry National Monument confirmed that there's currently a pack of seven wolves in the area. - AnnP
Nov 2016 - $1.00
The only section that was open (Nov 2, 3) was the south section and I found the sites to be nicely spaced. We were greeted by an angry chipmunk who let us know that we were parking in his space and he wasn't happy about it. Shower could have been hotter and bathroom could have been warmer. - Desertthorn
Sep 2016 - $1.00
We have camper here for 20 years . It is one of the best cared for and beautiful parks in Oregon . The showers and restrooms are clean . The park is kept clean and manicured . - Dan Highsmith
Mar 2017 - $47.00
Beautiful location just south of Bend. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We were there off season so it was not crowded...we were told summers are quite busy. Saw staff driving through park frequently keeping an eye on things. - Linda and Terry
Nov 2016 - $58.00
We are not TT members, nor will we be based on this stay. We made reservations 3 months in advance. 38' Class A, 50 amp. We arrived, were told there were no specific reservations (see below). Go drive around, find an empty spot, come back and tell us where you are. We drove around, campground was very full, lots of really large sites occupied by small travel trailers. Only a few sites we could fit in. Mostly 30 amp. We found one 50 amp site, next to bath house, set up, went back to office, told them the site #, they said, oh, you'll have to move to another site tomorrow as that site is reserved starting tomorrow! I said "I thought you said NO RESERVED SITES!?! Oh, not for YOU, only TT members. Very dusty, site was dirt, no gravel, our reservation conf. stated 50 amp, but we ended up being forced to move to 30 amp site. Miniature Golf Course was in a SAD state of disrepair. "Grass" on putting greens deteriorated, or missing. Boundary rails rotted or broken, the putter they gave me was bent. I asked for a straight one, they said, they're all bent! See below for comments on the sewer dump. - One the Rhode
Oct 2016 - $1.00
Really enjoyed staying here. Roads can get a bit dusty though. Easy access to Bend. Staff was friendly. Wi-Fi worked well. - jprisbe