27 RV Parks near Gold Hill, Oregon
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Highly overpriced. The campground is probably at least 95% permanent residents and there are many mobile homes with various older RVs mixed in. Quite messy and dirty - clearly no rules regarding the appearance or maintenance of the residents outside areas. The sites are narrow and packed in - neighbors are very close, cats are running around.
The river is below the park, and the highway is very close by. Quite a bit of road noise.
WiFi is open and quite slow.
The whole park needs maintenance. The restrooms could be cleaner.
One of the residents helped our kids unhook a small fish by the river, and was very nice to them - and came by our RV after to say hello. Very positive ex-service person with a great attitude. That person saved our day :-)
Would not come again, though. - International tourist
Mar 2006 - $17.00
Beautiful, older park with views of mountains and river. Each space is huge providing the occupant with their own "yard", giving plenty of space for privacy. Owners are very friendly and knowledgeable of area interests. Rates are very reasonable and park is kept clean. Would definitely stay there again. - txtransplants
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Upon arriving, we were pleased with the cute park and we were looking forward to our stay. When my husband checked in, he was greeted by the man manager who was very helpful and nice. Since we were on end site and not sure if we were going to be able to park our truck on the site with our 35' fifth wheel, the man manager said that we could park the truck in front of the tree between the two entry lanes. As I was preparing the inside for the slides to go out and my husband was moving the truck, our dog was outside tied on her leash to our steps. The female manager came knocking on the side of the RV just as my husband was coming back from parking the truck. She proceeded to tell us that the dog could not be outside tied up and then asked if "that" was our truck. When we said, "yes", she said, "You can't park there! You have to park on your own site!" We told her that is where we were told to park, she said, "I don't know what (he) is talking about! You have to move!" We also explained that our dog was outside because we were just getting ready to put slides out. She didn't care, the dog couldn't be tied up. (No where in their rules does it say that). At 3am, the power and water were off and weren't on all the way to 9am so we went to eat. Came back quickly, check out is 11. As we are very obviously packing to leave, SHE came up and said, "You have to be out of here at 11!" We said we knew that and we were getting ready to leave. While my husband was outside putting away the hoses, SHE came back to him and told him that if we weren't out by 11, she would charge us for an extra day. We would have been out sooner if the power and water had been on. We left as soon as we could. - tomandlori
Aug 2016 - $32.00
This was our second visit to this little park. A lot of permanent residents, but neat and well maintained. WIFI was excellent. Manager was very friendly. We will definitely come back.
Easy on and off for I-5. - vwbluestar
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Nice little park. Power is good. Water pressure is OK. Nice and quiet. Since it is small and most are permanents you need to make a reservation ahead of time. Main roads are asphalt and sites are gravel. Pretty level. Have trees for some shade. Grass between sites. The only issue is the 5th wheels park their trucks in front and can be hard to get out. Cannot beat the price of $28. Would stay again. - neilontheroad
Jan 2017 - $36.00
Difficult time to stay, region under extreme weather, ice storms, high winds. There were multiple down trees, no staff to check in, park hosts on site, but we didn't have any interaction with them. We are 45' RV w/F250 tow and additional car. We barely fit in site 90, tree next to slide, overlaps next site, but got in! Right on Rogue River, beautiful! Restrooms close by, but did not use. A little close to I5 road noise, but not a problem inside. I think it would be enjoyable in warmer weather! - CupcakeRIA
Oct 2016 - $1.00
In October there are a lot of snowbirds stopping at the Valley of the Rogue for an overnight, but even on the weekend, it never completely filled up. If you want a pull through site, you might want to get there by at least late afternoon as some of the sites are not level and will not accommodate long loads and they do fill up. Walking trails were paved and nice. Views of the mountains were wonderful. - Desertthorn
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This is another of Oregon's fine state parks. A Loop is for tent or yurt campers (with 2 additional yurts in E Loop). F Loop sites are only electric and water. B, C, D and E Loops have a total of 95 full hookup sites. We found the back-in sites in outside loops (B and D) preferable as they seemed less congested. Most have large grassy areas which are not found at the pull-through spaces. However, most sites in the full hookup areas are quite spacious. The sites closest to the highway can hear the traffic sounds during the night. There are some inconsistencies regarding the amount of shade and sunlight as well as the slant direction of the not-always perfectly level spaces. It is probably best to count on your second and subsequent stays to select your favorite places for reservations. That allows you to walk through the entire campground on the first visit to note your choices. Added features include a volleyball court, coin operated laundries available in Loops C and F, a disc golf course, good walking and bike trails, and, of course a very nice river that flows by the park. Park personnel and camp hosts are friendly and helpful. We will return. - adley s
Apr 2017 - $38.00
For a journey particularly, this is a very nice KOA. Not a typical gravel parking lot. There are two sections to the park - long term and short term. We stayed in the short term. The sites are narrow but long enough for our 45' class A plus tow. We happened to show up while the office was closed (1 pm) but they provide a list of available spots to the left of the door. We chose a spot and set up without issue. This place is kind of in the middle of nowhere. Nothing in the vicinity. It is very close to I5 so convenient on/off. You do have traffic noise. Neighbors are cows and sheep. It's a private spot. We wouldn't go out of our way to stay here but would do so if we were passing through again. - Kamnel
Nov 2016 - $14.00
We stayed here for two months while visiting the area. The rate reflects a monthly rate with electricity billed separately. Some have noted difficulty in locating the CG; note that the actual address is Central Point, even though the CG is next to Gold Hill, about 10 miles north of Medford.
The low rating is because we had two bicycles stolen. In our 11 years of full-time we had never had anything stolen. At this KOA, during the night, someone cut the lock and took the two expensive bikes. In talking with other campers, this was not the only case of theft in the park, including bicycles. Most of the park is long-term campers. Nothing wrong with that, but there are some pretty shady looking folks around. Also, Gold Hill has a lot of street people. We never felt completely safe there.
The owners are mostly absent. The park is run by workcampers that are very nice, but it has more of a feel of a trailer park than a KOA. So, if you do stay there, lock and protect your stuff.
There is some road noise since the CG is right off of Interstate. It was OK in the winter when we had everything closed. The CG is fairly easy to get into and get around. Utilities were good, but sometimes the trash dumpsters were overflowing.
Our Verizon voice and data worked well. We were able to get satellite using our portable dish.
The State Park just a few miles away is much nicer, has full hookups and is cheaper. We would certainly stay there rather than this Gold Hill KOA. - TheJim
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Our Garmin GPS couldn't quite get us to the CG. It kept wanting to put us in a continual loop, north on I-5 then south on I-5; rinse, repeat. Wife's phone got us there. All access roads are asphalt, lined, in excellent condition. Big KOA sign can't be missed. Staff and owners are friendly and helpful. Credit cards accepted. Tent camping, cabins, no yurts. CG roads are asphalt, somewhat narrow, in excellent condition. Gentle turns but watch for trees and barricade posts, no overhead obstacles. FHU-20/30/50. Sites are dirt with grass between, level with pedestal location at mid-rig, sewer at rear just above ground level. No patios, have picnic tables. Tall trees challenge satellite views. Fires permitted depending on drought conditions. Firewood sold in office. Fair water pressure with good taste. Nice office store with some groceries, souvenirs, soft drinks, some RV items. Clean, modern restrooms/showers with lots of hot water (score "A"). Propane at $3.00/gallon. Laundry with restricted hours. Token playground. Cable TV. Free Wi-Fi but very limited bandwidth (hard to download anything). Verizon coverage at "4-bars"; Jetpack 4G coverage at "4-bars". Seasonal pool. No noise. Bug Report: tree wasps (no issues as CG has placed traps). No recycle bins. - StephenK
Jun 2016 - $40.00
We spent four leisurely days at Bridgeview RV in Rogue River. We were greeted effusively by the very knowledgeable managers, Georgia and Al who provided us with a ton of very useful southern Oregon literature. In making the phone reservation, Georgia had asked what we were interested in doing during our stay, and the brochures she provided were tailored to those interests (fly fishing, Shakespearean plays in Ashland, and notable wineries).
During the check-in process, I could see that I may have made a mistake in pulling my 5th wheel up to the office. When departing the office area, we barely fit between a motorhome and fifth wheel that seemed to belong to permanent residents residing within 25 feet of the office. Close...very close quarters. Even being guided to our pull-thru spot (#29), we dodged numerous parked vehicles adjacent to their RVs. The helpful guide maneuvered us into our spot with relatively little difficulty. Bridgeview seems to have very few sites for short term RVers, but those sites parallel to the Rogue River are gorgeous! Even with the ever present road noise from Interstate 5, we very much enjoyed our stay.
With a little jockeying we got a good satellite TV signal. Water pressure was very good, but the wifi was very sketchy along the river sites. A lush pet area with beautiful flowers and shrubbery rounds out Bridgeview RV. All in all, we would return to Bridgeview when traveling through southern Oregon. - Professor Ken
Apr 2016 - $41.00
First off, the good. l must say the management here is wonderful. They are so helpful and informative, and will go out of their way to help in anyway possible.
We were in a riverfront spot, which was huge. We had room for the fifth wheel, the truck, the car, and a picnic table, and still had tons of room left over.
Park wifi worked pretty well with our wifi ranger, so we saved on our data while we were here. AT&T phone, Verizon data and phone, and our rooftop satellite all worked well. No utility problems. The unobstructed view of the river was very nice.
This park is 80% residents, which only leaves 5-7 spots for short stays. We were highly entertained by the local honkers. They get very territorial during mating season.
Now the not so good... The traffic across the river on I-5 is deafening. Some say it is white noise, but you cannot hold a conversation outside, at a normal level, and after a couple days, it gets quite frustrating.
Due to all the long term residents, maneuvering though to the river front spots can be quite challenging, if they are all
" home ", if you have a bigrig.
We were there during boxelder beetle mating time, and there were literally millions of them. It was ok at first, then it started creeping me out. Also, the trees were shedding some sticky substance, which created the biggest mess we have ever had, and we have traveled many thousands of miles. We still haven't gotten all the sticky stuff off.
Next time we come through the area, we will stay at the State Park down the highway. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Nice clean park. Grass between lots. Good power and water. Concrete pads and pretty level. The people working here are great and friendly. As other have said will give you lots of info on the area. The only complaint is the road noise. You are parked closed together also. Small park so you better call in advance because all the parks around here fill up fast. Lots of trees for shade. - neilontheroad
Apr 2017 - $38.00
I was very pleased with Southern Oregon RV Park. The registration building was open in the evening when we arrived, and we were greeted by helpful staff. I find the park to be very safe -- they have camp hosts available, good fencing, and nice lighting at night. The trees are still smaller, but the grass is lush and thick. The park is brand new, high quality, and clean. Nice to have trails to walk the dog on. - boymayor
Apr 2017 - $39.00
Well thought out Park with plenty of restrooms, dog park for little dogs, walking path and nature areas. Park is located on a greenway (recreational trail) and has ponds that fed into a creek. There is a fence around the property and plenty of parks workers to discourage rif-raf. WiFi was free and worked well during our 3 night stay. No cell phone reception issues. - Miss Betty
Apr 2017 - $36.00
The design of the park is superb! Easy, pull-through sites, wide roads, and good signage. The restrooms were clean and immaculate. The paved paths, fenced dog area, and well-lit parking lot/restrooms make the park accessible and safe. My kids loved the grass and fire pits... and free, high-speed wifi. The registration building is lovely (free coffee too). Friendly staff and good fishing in the ponds. Close to amenities. - T_Lam01
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a fair ground with a few power poles for electric, a dirt parking lot with horse poop all around. Camp Host was rude and all but call my husband a liar. We paid a premium price for nothing we will never stay here again and will consider never coming to southern Oregon again. They are putting in an RV park next to the fair grounds. I would have put no stars if that was possible. - sherryh1014
Apr 2017 - $39.00
Pros: Very clean restroom/shower OK t.v.
Cons: Narrow sites Unreliable internet Early office closure Expensive laundromat Lack of seating outside, including picnic tables.
If you're desperately tired, have plenty of money, and will either be resting or gone all the time, this park is fine. If you enjoy walking around, eating outside, or have a family, I'd recommend a different RV park. - DragnTamr
Feb 2016 - $36.00
I have stayed at Moon Mountain RV on numerous occasions over the years. The park was recently acquired by a new owner and who was once a wonderful manager, is leaving. The new owner is extremely unfriendly and unethical. We ended up staying for several nights and had to pay electricity. We took a picture of our meter the day we arrived and he grossly overcharged us. We thought maybe it was a mistake but after running the numbers and confronting him on the issue it became a big battle instead of something he chose to work out with the customer. I was very disappointed. The park was full of dog poop and what used to be the area where I could walk the dog, is closed. In addition, there are aggressive dogs in the park that came after my dog while in our campsite! The freeway noise make the visit more like a truck stop.We stay here for three nights and couldn't wait to leave. We are saddened that the other options in town were full. I would not recommend this place to anyone and I will not be returning again. - RVLife4us
Dec 2015 - $28.00
Moon Mtn. RV is currently under new management and ownership as of December 2015. Many positive updates are now in place to make for better wifi and overall experience for guests. The trash is no longer picked up at 5:50am (yeah!) and the laundry and bathrooms are spotless. The manager couldn't be more sincere and helpful and we greatly appreciated his help when we needed to depart a week early from out 1 month stay. The park is clean and quiet despite being near the freeway. The slope of the property keeps traffic noise very low. We enjoyed walking down the road to Tom Pearce Park and playing disc golf and accessing the paved bike and birding paths along the Rouge River. Moon Mtn. RV has level sites on concrete with trees and landscape. The location is ideal to town and a super hub for Crater Lake, river rafting and fishing. We stayed here in a 37 ft 5th wheel for 3 1/2 weeks with two dogs and would return again. This park is safe and the neighbor's were very friendly. - RVLife4us
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Small Park - about 50 sites. Lots of trees right by the Rougue River. The shade would be nice on a warm sunny day but on a regular spring day in Oregon it makes it kinda dark and dreary. Some sites are quite long - the rest are average 99% are paved. All sites are back in. We arrived on Easter Sunday so the managers/owners were not there but they left us the site map and pertinent information so it was fine. The wifi is poor at best. There were 4 different servers to choose from but none of them were very good and it often took several tries to get connected. Other than the wifi - it is a fine place for a night or two. Verizon signal is very good so I was able to use my 4g. TV is fine. There are interesting wood carvings around the park. The owners appear to be doing a lot to make this a nice place to stay - new plantings and some new concrete being poured. There is no specific dog run but people seem to be good about picking up after their pets. We would stop here again for a night or two. Bathrooms are nice & clean. - NiMo
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Road is narrow and not much room to navigate most of the back-ins. Site A was easy, but most others are not. Laundry is large and reasonable. Rules say "no barking dogs" but they were, everywhere. This is not a good time of year for this area. Box Elder bugs were everywhere, literally. Rogue River is high and swift this time of year. My wife was walking our daughter's small dog and it was attacked by two other dogs our last evening, apparently not the first such incident. The park is not far from Grants Pass and shopping, restaurants and fuel. Each site is narrow concrete, not much space to park tow vehicle or toad. Utilities are at the rear of the site and you need to position the RV deep enough to make room to park the other vehicle. This is a pleasant place to stop and we likely will return when in the area. - SilverBear
Dec 2016 - $41.00
Had a great river front spot at this small park. It has everything you need, but felt a little crowded. The laundry room was big and in good working order. They had recycling available which was nice. - Adventure in Moving
May 2016 - $15.00
We chose this park because it offers monthly rates and allows users to have broadband cable hooked up at the site. There is no wifi and occasionally weak cell signal in the park. Pros: site manager is very pro-active, involved and friendly, maintenance crew is great, park is quiet, well-maintained. Cons: stray cats in the park, with their urinating/defecating and fighting were a slight nuisance. There are a lot of long-term residents and some of the rigs are showing age. The area is industrial and there was some noise at night related to industrial activities. The area around the park has a lot of transient / drug user folks passing through, although we did not have any problems with theft and never felt unsafe. Overall, though, it was a fairly convenient location for visiting attractions in Southern Oregon, such as Crater Lake, while still being close to Medford. It is in a semi-rural area with a beautiful view of Mt McLoughlin and quaint ranches with mini-horses and goats, etc. Even though we weren't sure what to think when we first arrived, and this place is not a "resort" type park, we would stay here again. Our three months here were pleasant and fit our needs well. - ErikaN
Jan 2016 - $35.00
Much as other reviewers said. Nice little park, we got in after dark, and some one was there to help us find our spot and led us to it. Left at first light. A little steep for what you get, but it is right where we want it as we head south. Wish they were PA. Quiet and near stores. We will stay here again. - Kalama Traveler
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This park is about 5 miles from I-5 which helps it not be so loud. They have full hookups with cable, 50 amp, pull through, no wifi. The street is paved and site is gravel and needs a little leveling on your part. The showers are good size (group dressing area). The ladies area is decently clean, but the men's could use cleaning more often. There is a reasonably priced laundry room with two of each. The grass is kept mowed. There is a little patch of grass between some sites. There is no store in this park. This exit off the interstate has good shopping like Walmart, Target, Lowe's, many places to eat, Costco. To find the park it's easier to turn on Merry Lane instead of Gramercy Dr (which your GPS may tell you) (both get you there). And a tip to leave: Turn right out of the park and follow it around then turn left at the stop sign and it takes you to a traffic light at hwy 62 which gets you to I-5. - Jjtrips