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22 RV Parks near Grants Pass, Oregon
Aug 2016 - $23.00
This is a very neat and lovely smaller RV park. There are a lot of long term people but you would never know it by looking at the sites. The owners/managers take real pride in the park. We were put in a pull thru site that was simple to get in and out with our 40 ft rig. Moving through the park was very easy. Cell and Verizon air card worked okay but not great. This park is a little out of town but it was very peaceful, so I would stay here again. We could hear a couple trains in the evening, but nothing that bothered our sleep overnight. The price was excellent and was for full hook ups and 50 amp service. The site was level, utilities worked well and there was an area for the dog to play, although it wasn't fenced. Fencing the area would be a good idea, but otherwise the park was great. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - Danni
Nov 2015 - $27.00
Great small park. I'd give it a 10 if it had cable TV. The WiFi even works most of the time, until someone starts downloading video.
We had a back-in site that must be over 60' long and 30' wide. We can park the car in front of, or beside the coach. The driveways are very wide, so access is outstanding. Very nice restroom/showers. The laundry is small and dated but works fine. Two large fields to walk the dogs, but no fenced off-leash area.
Most of the sites are long term or permanent residents. A few of the sites were a little cluttered but none are junky. I met the owner, and he is on site every day keeping an eye on things. A train goes by a couple of times a day about 1/4 mile away. There was no noise at night.
Call ahead. They don't have many open sites, even during the off season. - bobcovey
Jun 2015 - $24.00
This is a good basic park. Not many amenities but level rock pads on the pull throughs with easy hook ups. A lot of full season occupants but park is very quite and very clean. No cable as advertised but you can pick up some over the air stuff. I would return. - aznumwa339
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
May 2018 - $39.00
I had a bad feeling about this place when we found out that the office closes at 3:00pm. Our package was there for us and when we got to the site, one of the permanent residents was parked in our site. With that resolved we pulled in and it was a little smaller than we would have liked. If the office were open we would have asked for another site. We were just staying a night so didn't want to unhitch. Setting up, I couldn't find a cable outlet. Easy to locate at other sites. Took the dog out to do its business at the pet area depicted on the handout. Thought it was easy to find when I got to the place where a 8 1/2 X 11 piece of paper with a picture of a dog was. As I was leaving with my dog one of the permanent residents started giving me a bad time about being in that area. As it turns out the paper said that the area was closed. This guy was a real jerk and he got extremely angry when I pointed out the fact that this was the designated place on the map. I don't know how many permanents are here but they definitely are the majority. Perhaps the management here should consider just having permanents. It doesn't matter to us. We won't be back. - Woosch
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
Sep 2018 - $47.00
We were offered assistance with backing which we gladly accepted. Service was excellent and the grounds were beautiful and very clean. Lots of trees and grass. The sites were very close together but I didn't mind as I had a prime river spot. I may not stay again unless the river spots are available as the inner sites had very little privacy. There are a few residents and monthlys here but they keep their sites very clean. My truck didn't fit in the site with my 32' trailer and they don't want you parking diagonally unless you can fit no more than one tire on the grass. The front parking area was full so he let me keep my truck there. - airtime247
Jul 2018 - $43.00
Very clean, well kept park. Sites in the center of the park can be close, but the sites right on the river are awesome. Very woodsy. - User3274
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Sweet hidden gem of an RV park! Small park of perhaps 50 sites with sites 4-24 on the river's edge. Quiet and friendly neighbors. Excellent park staff with appreciated personal help backing into our site. Site pads are narrow cement pads with grass, a picnic table and beautiful shade trees. Lots to see along and in the river (birds, kayakers, tubers, colors of the sunrise/sunset). Good restaurants nearby. We recommend this RV park without reservation. - ibfrog
Sep 2018 - $41.00
A good overnight park for travelers. We had a 50A full hookup pull through site that was an easy in and out for our 45' coach and Jeep towed. A few trees, but our DirecTV had no trouble connecting. Sites are bigger than average. Paved roads, but sites were a very dusty fine gravel. - SuperRep
Jul 2018 - $1.00
The co-owner of the park checked us in. She was very helpful when my husband accidentally left his brand new impact wrench at the site when we left. She took the time to walk around the park looking for it, found it, and agreed to mail it to us at our home and pay for the postage. My husband and I think she went above and beyond the call of duty. She was very helpful when we were hooking up also. Her husband was taking care of the grounds when we arrived. The grounds were very neat and clean. - Sylvia Step
Jul 2018 - $42.00
Good Location not prettiest park but alright for the few days we were there. Would go back again if in the area. Lots of nasty speed bumps - PJ Norris
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Great location on the Rogue River, launch and fishing access, good accessible FHU, asphalt for 5er, picnic table and outside area dirt, full shade, easy reservations through county parks director. Camp hosts were very dedicated to " their" park, worked hard to be sure trash was dumped area was clean and secure. Nice dog park in adjacent park and all the blackberries one could ever eat. Stayed for 10 days. - njb13
Oct 2017 - $30.00
We stayed just for a weekend to have full hookups and dump our tanks. The park is right along the Rogue River and there is a boat launch available. The sites are not on the river, but it is an easy walk to the river. The staff were doing a great job while we were there keeping the sites free of leaves (a continuous task!). There are a few places where the road is very unlevel due to tree roots (think speed-bump made by roots). We particularly appreciated the friendliness and help of the staff at the park. - pattic777
Jul 2017 - $32.00
County park located near the city of Grants Pass - on the Rogue River. Kids loved the proximity of the river - floated on tubes. Last year it seemed alot of homeless were using the restrooms-this year they added locks with a combination. Full hook-ups so a great value at $32.00 per nite. - ctravelgal04
Sep 2018 - $41.00
We stayed overnight on our way south on I-5. The staff were friendly and the campground was quiet and mostly empty, but we were staying on a weeknight in the shoulder season. We use a class B van but the site we got was very tiny in both length and width; there were other larger sites so perhaps because we have the van we got the smallest of all sites. Everything seemed well maintained and clean, but just a bit dusty since it was underused. Wifi didn't work at all, but we were camping right next to the waterfall and really far from the registration office so that might have something to do with it. I used T-Mobile service instead. - tritecoyote
Jun 2018 - $42.00
To put this review in perspective, we need to state that we seldom camp at KOA or private campgrounds. We prefer wilderness boondocking or state/federal campgrounds. We camp in a class B Travato. This campground has an outstanding location on a creek with swimming hole and waterfalls. Great outdoors experience. Sites were close together but that may be the standard for private campgrounds. The cabins and teepees were nice and the tent spaces had privacy fences. WiFi worked fine for us but, as usual for most camping areas, slowed later in the evening when more campers arrived. We were located close to the creek and waterfall at the lower end of the grounds and had sporadic cell service which improved once we walked up the hill a short distance. The KOA was spotless and the staff was beyond belief friendly and helpful. Definitely worth a stop if one does not mind close RV neighbors. - Gwwing
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Very small but quaint and nice and friendly spot. We stayed here two nights and took a scenic jet boat cruise on the Rogue River, on a trip that was taking us towards Canada. It is a good two night place. We stayed in site #103 and if your 5th wheel is about 35-37 feet, and you like shade, #112 or #117 would be good too. There was a real nice grassy area right next to our site. - Vipermanden
Aug 2012 - $22.00
Another jewel in the Josephine County Oregon park system. Very small park right on the Rogue River - excellent swimming ! We saw deer, blue heron, river otters, ducks, and geese. No cell phone service or Wi-Fi but we picked 2 quarts of blackberries. Camp Host very friendly and helpful. Generally we camp in California and the $22 per night fee for full hook ups was unbelievable. Would stay here again if I ever have the chance! - ctravelgal04
Sites: 10 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Apr 2017 - $15.00
This is a county owned public gun range that has an RV park as part of it. If you like clay target sports or other shooting sports this is your RV park. Very nice and helpful people run the place. You can shoot Sporting Clays, Skeet, Trap, Five Stand, Cowboy Action, Rifle, Pistol and Archery. The RV area is where the old trap ranges are. There are approximately 10 spots for RVs of any length. Lots of gun fire during the day, but ceasefire is at 5:30PM, so you have plenty of quiet time, too. - vtofa
Jun 2018 - $44.00
We've stayed at this park numerous times over the years. Though the "resort" in the name is a little over-the-top, since there are no resort-like features. It is, however, a nicely cared for park. There are a few long-term tenants, but most spaces are held by short term visitors. Both long and short term spaces are kept clean and neat. Having failed to reach anyone via phone, I chose to place my reservation on the Internet ... and when I arrived at 4:05 PM on the day was surprised to find the office closed. (Hours are 9-4.) However, there was a printed sign on the door with my last name and assigned space. I picked up a form and envelope to pay my bill (no money was taken online) as we expected to be back on the road before the office opened in the morning. Since my Class B RV is only 22 feet, it was too bad we were assigned a 70' pull through (when I could easily have used a smaller space). This park generally fills up every night. It IS right next to the freeway (be prepared for the noise, but summer time AC requirements tend to cover the highway noise). The park is just off I-5 at exit 58, which leads into the center of the "old town" area. - Pete_by_the_river
May 2018 - $35.00
We've stayed here for a month the last 5 years, but never again. They no longer offer monthly discounts for mid summer, and even though we had reservations 1 year in advance, they called us just 3 weeks before our reservation to inform us that we would not be getting the site we had reserved. And, we would be paying over twice that monthly as have in the past. With that said, we have stayed at over 250 different campgrounds over the last 5 years, and this is the noisiest of any where we have stayed. It's the only place we have ever experienced theft, and actually feel the need to lock everything up and cable our BBQ. They call themselves a resort, but even though they used to have a putting green, a weight room, used to let you wash your rigs, they have taken all of that away. So they offer less and charge more, perfect. Other than that, utilities are good and Verizon is strong and it is handy if you have to be in Grant's Pass. We are not the only people they have pulled this stunt on so beware. Never again. The roads are easy for big rigs, sites are pretty level, trees are not really an issue for slides, sprinklers are not adjusted that well, so beware of overspray. No one is a site camp host, so once the office closes there is nobody to turn to if there are problems. Close to many eateries and pubs, pretty easy off & on the freeway., nice landscaping. - hdrider
Oct 2017 - $39.00
We stayed 2 nights for a RV maintenance appointment. The park is close to I-5 (Exit 58) but requires negotiating busy multi lane business district streets with turns onto narrow side streets to reach the park. The park is small but appears to be well cared for, with manicured landscaping. The interior roads are paved. The interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RVs. The sites are a mixture of back-ins and pull thrus. The parking pads are concrete. The pull thru sites were long enough to say connected to a toad. While the sites were narrow, there was sufficient room for opening slides. The park was built on a sloping hill but there was an effort to tier the sites so the park seems to understand the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level site, as the sites were generally level and flat. The back-in sites along the outer edge appeared be extended stay sites. Distance and grassy areas establish privacy between the sites. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50/30/20 amp), and sewer. The utility connections were towards the middle to back of the sites. The sewer connection was at the ground so it was easy to establish a downhill flow. Most all sites had an outside table. Some sites had a metal pedestal for BBQ grills but there were no fire pits. There were quite a few trees scattered throughout the park and around the perimeter, so satellite reception would be dependent upon your site. The park information listed 24 channels but didn't mention anything about broadcast channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels. We had made reservations so a registration packet was attached to the office door. But it didn't contain any access codes for the bathrooms, laundry room or Wi-Fi, so we were unable to connect. Our Verizon Wi-Fi hotspot worked well. So did our NET10 cell phone. There was one small designated partially fenced pet area located in a corner of the park. - bsb814