6 Parks near Lakeview, Oregon
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Beautiful surroundings, enjoyed walking the dogs. I'd stay again. Full hookups, showers, laundry, bathrooms. Easy to connect to electric and water. - yama
Jun 2015 - $20.00
A small RV park just south of Valley Falls and north of Lakeview. Beautiful view of the magnificent Abert Rim, and its grand canyon style colors as the sun sets. Larry and Linda are very nice and dedicated Hosts who will do anything for you. Level pull thru's with 50 Amp & water and a few dry camp sites for $15. Only reason it was not rated a 10 was that it did not have a sewer hookup. (One available 2 miles north). No store or fuel but one 2 miles north. Highly recommend for a couple day stop point between Bend, OR and Reno, NV. - Country Coach RVer
Oct 2012 - $20.00
Located 20 miles north of Lakeview, this may be the Bates Motel of RV Parks. Signs indicate it's open, but the phone number listed in Woodall's has been disconnected. Pulled in; no one around the office and no one emerged from the nearby residence. Signs on office door, presumably about self check-in, faded to illegibility sometime during the Reagan administration. Lots of flies, but no other RVs in the park. They advertise Wi-Fi, but the only evident signal had a numeric ID and an encrypted login. No Verizon broadband. Decided to skip the place. You probably should too. - Pawticket
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Not much here but a place to stop overnight. Office staff was friendly and efficient. All we needed to check in was a name and payment, why don't more places make it this easy? Very quiet at night. Verizon voice and data worked ok. - LMH
Oct 2015 - $25.00
New owners since May of 2015, changed name to Base Camp RV Park. Very nice owners. They've done a lot of much needed improvements. Prices are very reasonable. Would recommend and plan on staying again. - yama
Jul 2013 - $35.00
This park is very well located. We stayed overnight and it was quiet. The spaces are nice but laid out a little difficult. Sewer hookups were located almost in the road with the other services toward the front of the space. It was all gravel and dirt and tons of goathead thistles. So watch your pet's feet. Staff was very friendly. - dumbodog
Sep 2012 - $6.00
Name: Cottonwood recreation are / cottonwood meadow lake Forest: Fremont - Winema Closest town: Lakeview, Oregon Directions to campground: from Lakeview drive west about 21 miles to fs road 3870. Turn right and drive ~ 10 miles to campground. Cost: $6/night No reservations 21 sites for tents /RV's up to ~ 30 ft Vault toilets (in good condition) and water spigots situated around (no water directly at each site) Garbage must be packed out. Open early June to mid October (weather permitting) Road is paved to campground. Narrow but with turnouts. Cottonwood meadow lake is a no motor lake (electric OK) so it is very peaceful and quiet. Camp host - however, host is far removed from campsite so we didn't feel very safe there. There are a few sites for horses also. Elevation : 6130 ft Do not confuse cottonwood reservoir with cottonwood meadow lake. The lake is spring fed and nicer than the reservoir (subject to algae blooms). Campground is also mentioned in "Oregon's Quiet Waters" by Cheryl McLean and Clint Brown. - theresal58
May 2016 - $20.00
Very convenient, nice quiet little stopover at good value. The lake was virtually dry, but still saw some migrating ibis. Spent 2 nights and never saw more than 6 campers. Verizon cell was strong. Hubby said camphost was helpful and kept showers reasonably clean. Would stay here again. - brauneyz
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Electrical is a 15 amp connection which was placed awkwardly so it was difficult to use our portable surge protector with the required 15 to 30 amp adapter, so we hooked up without it. Fairly level gravel spot with grass adjacent. Spaces are nicely spaced and good sized. Nothing spectacular here except that it is nice and quiet and the crowd was older and there were not the usual children running about that you find this time of the year. We were greeted by the friendly camp host. A nice quiet place to spend the night. We would stay here again. - Nevadatripin
Jun 2013 - $20.00
What a beautiful campground! Private spaces on the perimeter with lawn area under shade trees and a view out to the mountains and the valley - perfect. Too bad the restrooms and showers are not kept clean. Must have been a week's worth of paper in the trash container in the restroom, and bits of toilet paper stuck to the floor. There are two sets of hosts on site for a rather small campground so I would expect the restrooms cleaned more frequently. - Campy
May 2016 - $39.00
We spent 3 nights in this park. The park hosts were very friendly, and the facililties are well kept.
Junipers calls itself an "RV Resort". This is misleading, at least in my experience with RV resorts.
There is no pool or hot tub, and no on-site store.
The entire site loop, and all of the sites, are gravel. Wind the wind blows (as it does most of the time here), there is ALOT of dust in the air, so you have to keep your windows closed. By the end of our stay, we still had quite a bit of dust inside the trailer.
The site was far from level, which is not a big deal, but I expect a "resort" to have paved and level sites.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay here, and would return to this park if we are passing through the area. But, it is nowhere near what a real RV resort is. - Wesley
Apr 2016 - $39.00
Very tidy facility with lots of trails to walk and bike on. Fished in reservoir since it is on private property and didn't need a fishing license.
The sites are not large but easy pull-throughs and angled to give good views of mountains. - GConthemove
Sep 2015 - $20.00
+ 8 sites are wide and level; electricity is good ++ free wi-fi works good, no code needed; park is on a ranch and is quiet
- 2 access is by one mile of gravel road; receipt is by email,
We would stay again. - RaySc
Jan 2015 - $15.00
Campground is self-serve. No one on-site, you pay at the kiosk. Six W & E (30 amp only) sites with a dump station. Water is shut off in the winter. A few more dry-camping sites that are five bucks a night. All sites are level, dirt & gravel with not quite enough gravel. It's a cheap place to spend the night before making the long, desolate haul over the hill to Winnemucca, NV - a trip you do NOT want to start any later than mid-day - and not much more. - Old Mountain Man