This park is easily accessible from the road and close to attractions. Generally, it is a nice park with spacious sites and good hookups. One thing we would suggest is that the bathrooms and laundry room be updated. The floors are a painted concrete and could use a fresh coat of paint as well as the walls. The entrance to the laundry room had a birds nest above it and they were leaving their droppings right in front of the door. We would stay here again. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This "resort" is in an open field next to busy highway 97, without trees or paved roads/sites. Roads are dusty and potholed, and the gravel pull-thrus, while long and very spacious on each side, are not level. The picnic table at our site was too warped to be of use, and the sewer hookup was far back in the site and required and extension. No cable, little OTA, but no obstructions to TV satellites. WiFi was intermittent, but Verizon cell/4G was good. Unlike others, we found the road noise to be very intrusive, and trains, at least two during the night, added to the noise factor. We'll look for a quieter park next time we're in the area. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Motorhome.
I agree with other postings. Traffic heard sometimes, but not a bother. We had a nice pull-through. Always enjoy this area, so much to see. Laundry is reasonable. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $5.00
Nice park with very wide long pull thrus. Some 50 amp. Good free WiFi but slows in evening due to users. Some road and train noise. Electric can be low when every bodies ACs are on. Have stayed before and will again. Seen several campfires and no issues with staff. Rate is C2C Premier. They do water a lot but not in occupied sites. 6 miles to La Pine and 20 to Bend (Walmart, Costco et al). We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate cited is the Passport America rate was $16.50 per night plus $3 service fee. I wish they would just raise the rate instead of playing games. This campground is fine for 1-2 days while exploring the area but, for longer stays, I'd move to one of the numerous USFS campgrounds nearby. This place has all wide, reasonably level pull-throughs. Their Wi-Fi is strong and consistent at our site in D Row. The showers and restrooms are old but acceptably clean. The campground is within 100 yards of Rte 97 so it's a bit noisy but that tends to drop off at night. The trains run along Rte 97 but, again, the noise is tolerable. They're obsessive about watering the grass to the point a maintenance man connected a sprinkler to our spigot via a "Y" adapter. It didn't have an anti-siphon device and made me a bit uneasy. I don't like anyone messing with my water. We were told during check-in the campground is going to a membership model and will not accept "transients" in the future. I predict that will be a bad move for this campground. Now that we know about the USFS campgrounds, I doubt we will stay here again when we return next year. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $13.00
This is a pros/cons kind of campground. It's not great, although it does have the potential to be one nor is it bad, although if they don't make improvements it wouldn't take long to head that direction. First, the pros: The sites are huge! The park is clean. It is very easy to find and if you are looking to explore the Bend area it is in a great location. It does have a pool, a place to eat and a store. There is great internet access by the entrance. It is a very large park. The cons: The noise from the freeway is distinct and constant. They are right on the freeway. There is no security fence, so you do have exposure to the freeway. (There is about 300' of grass & scrub between). They advertise internet throughout the park. We must have been in the dead zone because it was spotty at best from our site. Their "lodge" is a room with a TV and some books and not well kept at all. There are no activities for the kids, so if they cannot entertain themselves with the pool and the playground, good luck. The only place to put your trash is at the entrance to the park. Finally, they have some "long term" RVers in the park. I realize this is a preference comment, but a few of the trailers made me nervous. Would I stay here again, probably. All in all, we had a positive experience. This is more of an "overnight on your way to somewhere else" place to camp. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
We enjoyed staying here. Plenty of space between the sites. On site, was a swimming pool and store. Convenient to many attractions in the area. We would stay here again. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $15.00
Price reflects RPI membership. Friendly staff, but are really only interested in accommodating long term visitors. We followed all park rules, but were harassed by two long term visitors for having a campfire and various other knit picky issues. Before coming to the resort, I confirmed with them their campfire rules (fire pit off the ground and have a cover.) In the end the resort owner sided with the menacing park dwellers and made us put our campfire out. They offered to move us to a different site, but could not guarantee that we would not be harassed again by any other long termers. They graciously refunded our payment for the week, we were suppose to stay, and apologized for the unwelcoming behavior of the park dwellers. This park is nice if you have no kids, no pets, and do not step foot out of your trailer. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
This is an average RV park but with a lot of potential. The sites are huge grassy pull-throughs with plenty of room. The park is clean and well maintained and does have a pool & store, although the day we arrived the store closed at 4pm. The host & staff were friendly but upon checkin they somehow lost our reservation. I asked for a 50amp site and they put me in a site with 30. It's a long hike to dump your trash. You have continuous highway traffic noise as its a wide open field and ~100 yards from the highway. The park feels like a massive mall parking lot except its grass. The kids did like the pool. Two amenities my wife requires is cable TV and a fire-pit: this place has neither. We've stayed here before and use it as just an overnight stay to get to our next destination. I will say this place is a great central base-camp if you want to explore the area. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Good location as far as easy access to Hwy 97, but a bit noisy for same reason. Big wide long pull through sites. Rate is RPI + $5 a night extra for 50 amps. Close to several nice recreation areas. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Motorhome.
We do our week out of Thousand Trails here. Nice to have sewer again and laundry close, although the dryers are not hot and take a while. The park is clean, spacious. The lady checking us in could not have been nicer. We have eaten at the restaurant and it was very good. Great trail right out of the back of the park and the dog loves it. Good location to attractions The rate reflects an RPI membership. We will stay again. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $16.00
A great park. All sites are pull throughs and at least 40 feet wide and 50-70 feet long. Sites are all meadow grass. Good sized heated pool but spa is gone. Free fast Wi-Fi. Rate reflects RPI and 50 Amp. We were in middle of park and no road noise, did hear one train during the night. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $44.00
Basically this is a membership park that accommodates others, hence the high rate. The park is old and needs work. The setting is lovely in a large grassy meadow. Some pretty trees in the park. A restaurant is in the park with good food--no alcohol. Good spacing. Downsides are: a soft sell to buy a membership. A lot of the sewer connections are up hill--really. Most sites are 30 amp. Sites are very unlevel in all planes. Moderate road noise. Would pick a different park next time. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $13.00
Nice wide open park (no trees) with wide spaces and full utilities. Wi-Fi worked great. Nice warm pool. Friendly staff. Accepts mail. Good for bike riding. Close to great tourist sites. Enjoyed my week here very much using Coast to Coast membership, and would give it a 10 if not for the road noise right next to it and the nearby train though neither one bothered me a bit inside my rig. Also, the hot tub is closed and covered over. Would stay again. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $38.00
Not so much a family friendly park. Our stay here has made me wish I never renewed my ROD membership dues. First off the campground would not honor my ROD membership due to my home resort blacking out ROD members. Finger pointing ensued and I as the customer ended up paying the public rate of $38.00 a night when ROD would have been for free. So, not happy with that as I think the campground could have afforded to let me stay at the ROD, fee free. In hindsight I think we should have stayed up the road. We wanted to use the campground as a base of operations as we explored the area including Crater Lake and the Lava Lands National Monument. We stayed in site E29. All the sites are pull through and accommodated our rig perfectly. The pool was nice and clean but as with the vast majority of the park needed updating. The playground though in existence was run down and contributed to the overall, non-kid friendly atmosphere. Many full timers here and though I am up to talking with folks, it seems I was doing EVERYTHING wrong as at least four individuals needed to come up and give unsolicited advice. The bathrooms, though clean and functional, except when a toilet was flushed, were outdated. Camp store is minimally stocked. Overall this campground would cater to: (1) Senior citizens who are full timers and stay in their rigs 24/7, (2) passer throughs. I would not stay here again and pay the $38.00 per night. We camped at Cascade Meadows RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.