6 RV Parks near John Day, Oregon
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Monument is located on the North Fork of the John Day River, approximately 120 miles southwest of Pendleton, 60 miles northwest of John Day, 142 miles northeast of Bend, and 190 miles southeast from the Portland airport.
This is a combination Motel and RV park. The park is very quiet and peaceful. Located directly next to a large open field where wildlife such as deer, Mountain Goats and wild turkey can be spotted.
It is a very simple park with a friendly family owned staff. It could stand some improvements, but considering the very small town size, it is amazing it exists at all. - Oregon_Adventure
Sep 2017 - $25.00
The park is located 25 miles south of John Day Oregon on Highway 395. It is not a resort but it definitely is a nice to stay. There are no extra amenities but if you're looking for a quiet place to stay with pull-through sites for a few nights, this will work. It is a plain and simple RV park with no store, no playground and no pet area. There are, however, areas to allow your dogs to run and play. We camped here in a 45 motorhome with a tow and the site wasn't quite long enough but we made it work without making it an inconvenience for others. The owners are very nice and we will definitely stay here again. I would have rated this park a 10 but deducted one point because the sites aren't long enough to accommodate a 45' RV with a tow. - travelingpeople
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Located at the fairgrounds, this place gets mixed reviews from me. The trees are lovely and it is a very quiet location from which you can walk to town if you want. There at both pull -through and back-in sites. It is small but negotiable. The grounds are very dirty with the old gravel almost gone. I was glad we had a rug to put down at the door. The wifi worked sporadically the first day and then it just went away. Management seemed confused about site assignments. If there is a public bathroom we were not made aware of it nor a laundry. I would only return because the town is so cute and the people very friendly. - Myrt & Gordy
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Call the fairgrounds for reservations. They take CC over the phone, $2.50 service charge, our cash/ check at the kiosk. Name was on our site when we arrived. Nice, water and sewer available at our site,#21. A Back-in, which was very long. Lots of tent camping space. WiFi was unsecured, but worked well for mail and browsing, didn't try steaming. Enter off of Bridge street, not fairgrounds address in Garmin. All restaurants on Main St, .4 miles away. Better than average fairground camping. - starsekr
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Nice gravel RV Park with some larger trees. Right next to the Grant County Fairgrounds and the John Day River. Sites are level. 50 amp and water, but no sewer. There is a dump station somewhere. You can call for reservations or just check in with an envelope. No one on site. It was about half full on June 3. Quiet and restful. The recently raised the rates to $30, which is a lot for just electric and water. - sfrantz
Oct 2016 - $32.00
One of our favorite campgrounds, especially in the fall. Best if you can get a site next to the river. US 26 runs past one side of the campground but it is not a busy highway. John Day is a few miles away and a pleasant, friendly town. - bobinidaho
Sep 2016 - $24.00
This is a small campground with water, power and a dump station. Sites are level with some being a little tight with trees and boulders. The hook-ups worked well and are placed in the proper area. This fills up early and has a constant stream of campers trying to get a site till around 7. They do have an overflow area for $10 a night. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777
Sep 2016 - $24.00
Outstanding. Smaller park with 50A and water. Lots of space between sites, almost park-like. Traffic noise on US26 dies almost completely by 10pm but can be intrusive during the day.
Great walking areas. Good showers, firewood is a bargain. One pull thru. Several sites are very long.
First come/first served, so arrive early or plan on dry camping in the parking lot. The park was full by 4pm on Wednesday night in late September.
Good ATT, two PBS OTA TV stations. Heavily treed, so folks were having sat issues in some sites. - bobcovey
Jun 2010 - $13.00
This is a semi primitive National Forest campground. Fifty acre lake, 5000 feet elevation, beautiful area. Fishing good for rainbow and brook trout. Swimming beach and boat ramp - small boats only and 10MPH speed limit. Eight percent grade for about three miles. Paved road all the way to the lake. - Lenp
Jun 2014 - $11.00
Nice new small park. Not a destination, but a good wayside to take a break for a day or more. The campground is next to a nice day use area with a large structure for groups. Campground and day use area is adjacent to a small earth dam and reservoir. Sites are level and gravel. New trees and shrubs planted and will provide privacy and shade as they grow. We would camp here again. - hhendrix
Aug 2012 - $5.00
New park with small trees and new grass areas. Will be a great park in 4 or 5 years. Hiking trails and bike trails. Have picnic area that can handle large numbers of campers. Vault toilets with potable water. Stop and check it out for your next get together. Off US26 Auston Junction to Hwy 7, well marked. - Roger from boise