4 Parks near Huntington, Oregon
Apr 2015 - $14.00
The guy who checked us in was not friendly at all. There were about 20 open sites (some really pretty facing the river), but he parked us as far away as possible with no view, right beside the only other camper in a small camper. Felt sorry for the old guy, as we were almost on top of him with our slides. No reason to have done this. He guided us into our site, and kept yelling "come on, come on!" because he didn't think we were driving fast enough. It had some really tight turns, coming close to posts (why do they put those in there anyway?), so we were taking our time. Then he came up to our window and said "I've parked tons of rigs bigger than yours, so you don't have to worry when I say it's okay". We've been driving a 40' motor home for 8 years and know how to park without mishap. Games pavilion was quite grubby. Pretty setting along Snake River, too bad service wasn't a good experience. - mjac
Jun 2014 - $30.00
Nice and quiet park. We faced out to river. Good pull-thru with FH. Verizon worked good for the internet but not phone reception. Owners were very nice. Easy to get to. But we must have picked the wrong month. Fishing was not good unless you had a boat. And the mayflies were horrible. We were unable to spend anytime outside due to the bugs. And we couldn't leave any windows open as they get in thru the screens. 2 days later we are still swatting them in our mh. Do watch out for the dog poo. Another time of the year it may have been better. At least it was quiet and not many people there. - burtonsbuggy
Apr 2014 - $25.00
I stayed here two years ago. This time, it appears they did acquire the "closed" park next door. Cheap, quiet place to overnight. Pull-throughs do not have sewer, back-ins, have sewer. You get a special key for the bathrooms. I did not get one, so didn't check the bathrooms. Owners were nice people, helped me into my site. Also, I filled up my water tank so I wouldn't have to use my hose, found out my water pump went POOF. The park owner very nicely let me drain my tank (I asked permission) onto the ground so I wouldn't have to travel with a full tank. I appreciated this. - DXSMac
Jul 2016 - $24.00
It was ok, not the best Oregon State Park we have been to, looked like it had seen better days and many empty spots. We took a back in with a nice view of the Snake river and distant view of the interstate. Too hot and windy to sit outside. I walked down to the Iron Ranger and dropped off our Payment. - housecar
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Camping with roomy, level spots with excellent views of the water! Nice grassy area in each spot, fire pit and table. Nice large camping areas, full hookups too! Camp hosts and park staff were great and even helped us to jump start our tow car.
Fantastic and large fenced pet area. Lots of wildlife too!
We camped here in a 36ft MH and would definitely return! - redhead11
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Stayed in the lower loop, Catfish Loop/B. First day was exciting as Cycle Oregon was using Farewell Bend as a staging area for 2,200 bicyclists. The Park staff handled that extremely well. Sites are generally level with fair to good separation. Nearly all are back in (two pull throughs) with water and 30 amp electric. Dump station is available when exiting. - Bruce and Sue
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Stayed 1 night in a 45 ft. motorcoach. Quiet and attractive campground. Long site. Clean and bright showers/restroom. Excellent for overnight stay. - BruceVero
Apr 2015 - $24.00
Fairly new facilities. Quiet even though close to highway. Good WiFi. - BajaJim
Sep 2014 - $25.00
I am basing my rating on the camp space only. Wide spaces bordered by cement curbing. Grass between spaces with a cement sidewalk that is about 50 ft long leading to a picnic table. Nice touch as you don't have to walk through grass to reach the table for morning coffee. Wi-Fi showed a weak signal but it was fast and we had no issues. Cable TV provided, although not a big selection of channels. Downside is they only have about 5 or 6 full hookup spaces, as the rest are permanents. We carry water in the tank when we travel so we were not subjected to that sulfur smelling water. Park could use a little care but the new owners have been there less than a year. We would stop here again. - jackandh2o
Jun 2016 - $15.00
Very well kept county park. Had 50 amp service. No water or sewer at site. Dump station available for free for paying campers. $10 to dump if not camping.
Park is on a reservoir so lake levels will vary. We would stay here again.
They do currently have high levels of arsenic in the water. Come with tanks of fresh water full. - amdriven2liv
Sep 2014 - $20.00
Love this place. This is our kind of favorite RV park/campground. Low profile, off the beaten path. Sites are spread out with lawns and trees. Cell service was good and our Verizon WIFI card worked well. Great level gravel sites many with nice views of the reservoir. Unfortunately a drought is occurring now and the reservoir is down to 1% of capacity and they had to stop watering the lawns. Some sites can have water hookups if you hose is long enough. Large open areas to let the dogs run. Staff was friendly and helpful. This place goes on our list of favorites. - hhendrix
Sep 2014 - $15.00
I LOVE this little gem of a park. The sites are hugely spaced apart, grass, trees, water, pet friendly, lots of walking areas, and $15? This place is my ideal camping situation, really. If you like close neighbors, concrete, stay in your camper most of the time, you won't love it here. But if you love getting, being outside, lots of space between trailers, you are gonna love it here! - twestover