7 Parks near Grass Valley, Oregon
May 2011 - $20.00
Found this spot in this tiny town after major car wreck closed road for hours. Surprise had excellent Wi-Fi! Good for an emergency stop, traffic noise is loud. Would stop again if necessary. - saturn7
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This is an old fairgrounds in the country that is still used for county fairs. We were pleasantly surprised by the location. It's on a hill with great views of mountains, sunsets, and with a little walk, the lights of all the wind turbines in the distance. And for $20, full hookups, cable tv, and adequate wi-fi. The only down was the somewhat close spaces. But they were plenty long pull through. A good place to spend the night. - Russell G
Jun 2016 - $20.00
I have no idea how this park received such high rating. It's very narrow sites sit on rock with a dead weed patch between sites.
Could not completely open the awning or it would hit my neighbor.
It does have new restrooms and showers; that's the only plus.
This park was built in the 90s as a work camp for the people working on the wind turbines and there a good reason for wind turbines. It blows hard most of the time. It rocked our 30,000 pound motorhome all night.
Cable TV which the host touted is horrible. WiFi is slow, as is expected from an RV park.
If you're in the area go 20 miles further north to the Washington side of the Columbia river for much better parks. - traveler1952
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This was the first night of a long trip to places we have never been to. Chose this park because it was the only one that took us toward John Day OR from the Tacoma area in a one day drive that seemed decent. Only about 7 other trailers in park and I think they were full timers. Park had very new restroom/shower facilities that were roomy and very clean. Park was out of town about 1/2 mile and very quiet. Being part of the Grant County Fairgrounds made for excellent pet walking potential. The views of Mt Hood and Mt Adams were nice especially at sunset. We did not go into town so cannot say anything about it. The host was very pleasant and helpful. - Vault
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This is a City Park un-like most! Nice campground, other than sights close to each other. Right on the river, great for rafting and fishing and all the services close by. Make sure and check out the other side, nice sights, and very clean restroom with showers. Full hook-ups and good WIFI no ATT cell service. - laears
Jul 2013 - $35.00
Great park! We stayed for 2 nights while on a rafting trip. Friendly staff, river access, power, water, sewer hookup at our site. - 3 kids & a dog
Oct 2011 - $24.00
This is a little city park right on the Deschutes River in the small town of Maupin. This town is known for fishing and river rafting. The bathrooms are old but appeared clean. There is no TV but the Wi-Fi was excellent. Lovely area. - saturn7
Apr 2016 - $10.00
This is Oregon's newest State Park and we couldn't be more impressed. There are 21 primitive campsites, a tent area with 7 sites and a group tent camp for up to 25 people, all first-come, first-served. The setting is the beautiful John Day River canyon. The sites are very well spaced. There is no real privacy except for wind breaks that are set up at each picnic table. The campground drive loop and parking pads are gravel. The pads are fairly level. The vault toilets were the cleanest I've seen. There are at least 4 water spigots available for filling your fresh water tank. The nearest dump stations are in Moro or Condon (each about 40 minutes away). Recreational opportunities abound. Before choosing this park, please visit the campground website. This is a wild and natural area with abundant wildlife viewing opportunities and some wildlife that are to be avoided. As for us, we can't wait to come back again. - RickB
Jul 2012 - $25.00
This is a city run park in Dufur. The host is extremely helpful and does a great job running and taking care of the campground. Most of the sites are back-in next to a creek and facing the ball field. Very clean bathrooms. We would stay again. - spitfirepete
Dec 2014 - $20.00
Basic, no-frills park that caters to long-termers working on nearby construction projects. Excellent for us lower-income, retired folks as long as you have your own bathroom. Wifi worked great. Staff very friendly and helpful; I called in from 15 miles out and he was there waiting for me to guide me in the dark to my spot. I wouldn't bring children, a Big Rig or anything with slide-outs here if I were you. - Old Mountain Man
Sep 2013 - $20.00
Sites are very narrow, dirt and gravel and uneven. Neighbors awning protruded into our site. NO TV! Too much emphasis placed on grass. Limited space for towed vehicle. - SmokeyBear
Jul 2008 - $20.00
Nice clean park with wonderful hosts. Small park with some long term residents. Spaces were nicely shaded and adequate for big rigs. No bathrooms, no pool, no game room, no laundry, no Wi-Fi. Just a nice, quiet place with full hook-ups to spend a night or two. If you need more - go someplace else. Cost was $20 per night when we were there. Payment by cash or check only. About 12 miles south of The Dalles, Oregon on SR 197. Coordinates: 45d 27'04.66" N and 121d 07' 44.85" W Address: 10 NE Aiken St., Dufur, OR - Gerry Brentnall
Jun 2014 - $30.00
We stayed here on our way to Montana. The park is located at the county fairgrounds, so need to be careful what days you book this park. All services worked well, with the internet very user friendly. It was not crowded for our overnight. Many families were using tents as well as rafting groups who had just finished a day on the Deschutes River. We met a group of Oregon motorcyclists(over 50)who have been coming here for the last 15 years. The sites were gravel and level. - dogdav