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
Nov 2017 - $38.00
Very nice state park right off the 5. Very clean, well run park. A couple of the loops were closed for the winter, We were on D loop pretty close to the river. Large pull thru sites get take quickly, but for $8.00 you can reserve one. No wiFi/cable or OTA, nice... Great place to stay a week or over night. We will be back! - Tredguy
Oct 2017 - $35.00
This is a great place to spend the night or a few days to see the area. The rangers are very accommodating, and helpful. The park host are also very nice. - averybound
Sep 2017 - $1.00
This park is one of the nicest state parks we have ever stayed. I was very impressed with the pull through sites. Very pretty park. Good Verizon signal. No cable or OTA channels. Not sure about satellite. Our site was free because my husband is disabled Vet. - lb0456
Oct 2017 - $42.00
I never received service the office was closed at 1 PM when we arrived. It's a great place to just spend the night. We've stayed twice. Dirt pad. Pool, playground. Clean nice bathrooms. Shaded spots. - Ncogneeedo
Aug 2017 - $41.00
Had gravel, pull through site. It took one 2" board and one 1" board to level the trailer side to side. There is grass on both sides of site. WI-FI and AT&T work well. Camp K-9 was full of stickers. Only used it once. Cable TV worked well. Nice small pool and play ground. Very smoky from forest fires. Office staff were friendly. There are trees that will provide shade depending on the location of the sun. My rig is 50 ft long when connected. Site was long enough that I did not have to disconnect the truck. Would stay here again if traveling on I-5. - travelcouple
Jul 2017 - $42.00
Easy access from I-5. Clean well kept Park. Would stay here again. - RCM11
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We spent 2 nights in this RV park and we couldn't have picked a nicer place to stay. The park has one of the sweetest camp hosts we have had the pleasure of meeting. She was extremely helpful in suggesting places for us to eat, things to do in the area. We stayed in site 16, it was perfectly level and had a small grassy area in our site for our dog. The grounds were very clean, my husband used the restroom and said it to was very clean, didn't use the showers. We enjoyed strolling through the park and sitting under the trees enjoying watching the river in the evening. The next time I am through this area I will be staying here again. - Debbie Blankenship
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Right on the river! So quiet and serene. Super clean, spacious, and private bathrooms. Watch out on the lawn by the river though.... lots of doggy poop. I would go again for a nice relaxing time. - Aaangelicaaa
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
Nov 2017 - $36.00
This park looks new- No trees but grass in between the sites. 60' std pull thru or 75' back in sites that are level and grass in between them. Restrooms were spotless! Saw quite a few folks fishing in the ponds. We had trouble finding the entrance, it's by gate 5 of the fairgrounds. Easy on/off Hiway 5, but not too much noise. Great place to stay over night on the way home. We would stay here again. - Tredguy
Oct 2017 - $38.00
We are new to campgrounds (since over 30 years ago), but this was a an excellent place. Very nice and new campground. Nice level sites. Very spacious. Had no issues -- other than a few insect bites when we pulled in at dusk. - Escaping
Oct 2017 - $38.00
This campground was open about 2 years ago and the front office was finished in April 2017. The entrance to the campground is at gate 5 and is located at the northern end of the fairgrounds. All of the interior roads and sites are on asphalt. The electrical utility box (20/30/50 amp) and water are located in the middle and the sewer connection situated at the back of the site. The voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. The premium sites are the back-in rather than the pull-thrus. The back-in sites are wider and longer. There is grass and shrubs between each site. Nice touch but poorly designed. In order to access the utilities and sewer you have to stomp over them. Each site had a picnic table and a fire ring. Free WiFi that actually worked. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. There is a dog run and 2 fishing lagoons. The street lamps do a good job of lighting the roads around the campground but the sites are pitched black. I can see this as a safety hazard. Two of the three bathrooms had showers. The showers were in individual room. All of the bathrooms were very clean. In the coming month management will be installing a locking key pad to prevent non-residents from accessing them. Medford and the surrounding cities have a homeless issue (although we did not see any within the campground). The front office has two bathrooms, a siting area and a book exchange. The laundry room (right next to the front office) has 2 washers at $2 per load and 2 dryers at $1.50 for 30 minutes. Bear Creek bike trail was extended to the campground. From here you can bike about 20 miles to the city of Ashland. Medford is about 5 miles away. There was noise from I-5. Overall this was a nice campground (a bit over priced). We would return to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
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
Jun 2017 - $35.00
As noted in other reviews, the sites are very narrow. We stayed in a 40 ft RV with 4 slides and could only get 3 out of 4 out without hitting a bush or tree. Other sites were as narrow, but had fewer trees. The park has mostly long term residents and is impeccably maintained. Our site did not have a picnic table nor was their room for one. It is close to the freeway but since it is in a hollow, freeway noise was not a bother. Utilities were fine. Didn't use the Internet as Verizon worked fine. We got satellite and Campground cable tv worked. My only complaint about the service is that they wanted to be paid in full at the time of the reservation. - Jamul
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 2017 - $32.00
We arrived at Grants Pass without a reservation. We kind of expected to be able to pick and choose any park we wanted given the time of year. We were just looking for an overnighter but discovered the parks close to I5 were full (mostly permanents). Riverpark was first one that had room for us. It was easy to find and the access roads were good. The office was not open when we arrived but the camp host met us right away. Check in was quick, pleasant and informative. He also insisted that he help us park even though we told him he was not needed. This is a small older park right beside the river. The perimeter roads are asphalt and in good condition. Maneuvering was easy, lots of large trees in the park but none that caused any issues. Very Big Rig friendly. The pads are concrete and paving stone. While the concrete was badly cracked it was still level and flat (no tripping hazards). There was a table but no fire ring. All of the services worked and were well placed. Cable TV (without the box) was included. Channel selection was great including two for movies. Wifi was fair. Not strong enough to stream but for e-mail and browsing it worked well (we were pretty much right across from the office and that may have been a factor). The park is all grass and flower beds. Because we arrived in December (rainy season) the ground was mushy. I would have preferred gravel (for drainage) next to the pad but we survived. There are a number of permanents but all of the sites were tidy and uncluttered. There is no Dog Run but lots of dogs around. We did not discover any droppings in the park. This is a quiet place. We did not hear any road noise. There is a path down to the river but it did not seen to go anywhere else. No walking trails around. There are no food or other services within walking distance. We found this park to be a pleasant overnighter. We paid $32.00 including GS discount and feel we received good value. - Rollin Ollens
Sep 2017 - $41.00
The park is very dark, the sites had pads that were uneven and cracked, the path to the river was dangerous, there are no "dog areas", the smell from the septic tanks were overwhelming and they indicate they have Wifi but you will never be able to connect. There are also no pull thrus. In addition, they do not offer refunds if you choose to leave early. Definitely not worth the price. - Ltlurk
Sep 2017 - $32.00
Management caters to long term regulars. When we arrived I was told that we would be moved to a different space (site 1). Barely long enough for our trailer. Had to park in overflow parking. Concrete pad was broken, mud and gopher holes everywhere (they water the "grass" every night). Do yourself a favor and stay somewhere else. - nvken
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Stayed a month. Quiet park, level spot, large enough to park RV tow vehicle and car. Good park. Would stay again. - JW Black
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