2 Parks near John Day, Oregon
Oct 2015 - $24.00
A beautiful State Park, right on the John Day River. Several hiking trails available with easy access to the park. Water and electricity at each site and our site was perfectly level.
May well be the best park on our trip. Very well maintained, beautiful park. We only stayed one night but plan to make another trip here and stay a while to explore the area. - Clyde Clevenger
Oct 2015 - $24.00
WOW, WOW, WOW. One of the most beautiful places we have been in over 40 years of camping. Beautiful grassy sites well spaced. Long, level parking pads. Beautiful fall colors and a full river make this a top 1% park. Staff was friendly and helpful, firewood and ice are on the honor system. Park borders the hiway, but was quiet after dark. Verizon voice and data were very strong. - LMH
Sep 2015 - $28.00
We love this park, it is so relaxing. It is certainly good for overnight, but is a great hangout for numerous days. John Day, OR is just a couple of miles away and has a decent sized supermarket. Showers are individual rooms. The lady responsible for this park takes extreme pride in its condition and cleanliness, grass was in excellent shape. No sewer, but dump station. They do have designated gray water disposal stations. We just can't say enough good about the park. I'm sure it is family friendly, the spots are very wide and generous. You have excellent separation from the neighbors. The river is on the back side of the park. Things might be a little tight for really big rigs. - Littleguy
Oct 2015 - $27.00
This is a very basic RV park. Pay your fee into an envelope. No host on site. Restrooms across a field, which might have been open or not. Sites are gravel, hookups work, roomy lengthwise. Place was nearly empty when we were there, so no feeling of being crowded. Lots of room to walk the dog. Fine for an overnight stay. Seems like the price could have been lower, given the amenities, i.e., none. - LeeL
Jun 2015 - $27.00
Great location close to town and amenities. Clean and level gravel sites with shade from trees that did leave a light sap film. Cleaned off easily. Would have been perfect 2 night stay with sight seeing and visiting the 1188 Brewery except there were a group of commercial mushroom pickers in the 3 sites adjoining ours and had their dryers running all the time. Would have complained but could only leave a note since we never saw anyone who worked there.
Saw a lot of sheep our first day, this is a fairground, with 4H kids bringing in their stock. Did not use restrooms or showers since they were across a large grass area and we are self contained.
Roads a wide and sites are long if you are in the middle loop. There are back in along east side that back to the grass area, We had no trouble getting Direct Tv even though there are a number of trees. - Vault
Aug 2013 - $27.00
This is a basic campground conveniently located within walking distance to the town of John Day. There are 3 different fee structures. Dry camping cost $10 located on grass. Electric only (20 amp service) cost $15. These spots are located around the red barn. None of these spots are level and can accommodate only a small rig. The full hookup section cost $27. All prices include tax. There is also a dump station, but we could not find it. The interior road and sites within the full hookup section are paved. There is 20/30/50 amp electrical service. The electrical voltage was good. All of the utilities are located in the outer middle side of the site. The pull-thru sites are long enough that you may not have to unhitch the tow. Some of the sites are shaded, but you have to be a little careful because the trees may hit your rig. The bathrooms are clean and there are 3 private showers. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. There is Wi-Fi within the campground, but we did not use it. The lights attached to the electrical box do not work, so it is pretty dark at night. Overall, this is a nice quiet park. We would come back here again if we were in the area. - adsaxs