4 Parks near Mckenzie Bridge, Oregon
Oct 2015 - $38.00
We were amazed to dind this hotel/RV park with two hot pools, and immense garden trails, fantastic art and gardening. Historic resort from 1920, now fully modern. Has many cabins and RV spaces, only some spaces have sewer. Very helpful registration person gave us choice of any RV space. Large river with foot bridge to trails and huge hidden gardens. - solarsteve4x4
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Beautiful park on River. Nice lodge and hot springs. - Donnadhodges
Aug 2014 - $47.00
The setting for this park is beautiful, along the McKenzie River with some of the sites overlooking or right next to the river. We happened to be there on an unusually hot day and our air conditioner could not be used since the 30 amp breaker kept tripping. I informed the front desk and they had a maintenance person there quickly and he fixed the problem within the hour. We were impressed with their response and how quickly it was fixed. Three cheers for their on-site maintenance person. The spots are a little tight but you can't beat being right next to the river. The gardens are a nice added touch to stroll through. The hot spring pools are awesome and they didn't kick us out as early since the day had been so hot, we had to wait to later in the evening to go in. I would recommend this as a nice stop over between Bend and Eugene and this is our second time there. The first time we got stuck in their overflow camping down the road and while it was nice we wanted to stay along the river. - Cwazymama
Sep 2015 - $27.00
This is a clean, quiet park.
Sites are near-level gravel, separated by grass strips. All have a picnic table and fire ring. Some are shaded. I measured 106V running the microwave, with just the hosts and me in the park.
Roads are gravel in very good condition.
Verizon LTE is very weak. I got 1 bar using a rooftop antenna and booster.
WiFi is weak. I measured 84.9 kB/s down, with just the hosts and me in the park.
There's no terrestrial broadcast TV or VHF weather radio.
Rate is total with tax. - wjzcbn
Aug 2011 - $25.00
This is a great park to stay if you want solitude and quiet. Only 16 RV sites which are pretty much level and easy to get into. Full hook up except no cable TV or Wi-Fi since you're in the woods. The showers are pretty good, but this year the mens toilets needed repairs. This park is an extension of the main resort located about a mile away. Full access to the amenities at the resort, but you need to drive. The road through the park is used by people either renting the condos or living in them located above the sites so a lot of dust is kicked up when they fail to slow down. For peace and quiet without the amenities of an RV park, try this place. $25 a night is pretty good. - donutman1
Jun 2011 - $25.00
We reviewed this park 4 years ago. This park is part of Belknap Hot Springs Resort and is located about 2 miles from the main center. There are RV sites at both locations; we like this because it is level, has more spacious sites, and is quieter. (http://www.belknaphotsprings.com/index.htm)
Lovely, quiet, large, well separated sites. Laundry. Water pressure 30 to 45#, mostly 30. Pond, rhododendron, fern, hydrangea, trees. Sounds of wind through the trees, falling water (from pond). No broadcast TV reception, poor Verizon signal. Environmentally unconscious; no recycling. - meanderingman
Jun 2013 - $18.00
This is a beautiful park! The lower-level sites right on the McKenzie River are great! Our trailer is 24' long, and we would have found it difficult to get into some sites. Site 16 is especially lovely as it is at the confluence of Olallie Creek and the McKenzie River. We found it easy to back our trailer into this site. We would make a point to staying here again--such a peaceful place. - Campy
Jun 2013 - $30.00
Great campground on the banks of the McKenzie River. The park has significant, dense forest, so the spots have a lot of privacy. From our spot (# 6), we could not see any neighbors or even the access roads. Water is available at a couple of spigots located throughout the park, but they do not have hose threads. So, make sure you have some way of getting the water in your tanks (we used a bucket and pump until the camp host offered to let us use his hose/spigot). This campground was probably built in the 50s or earlier, so the pads are all built at various angles -- you may need to drive the access roads the wrong way to get into your spot. Our pad was, however, perfectly level. Access generally is very tight with the trees and narrow roads. Even the pull through spots are pretty tight. Would not recommend this park for big rigs or longer trailers. The McKenzie River trail runs through the camp, making it great for those shuttling the trail on their bikes. Gas (including good access for big rigs and trailers) and basic food supplies are available nearby in McKenzie Bridge. - Dropped68
Jul 2006 - $9.00
Forest service campground with beautiful Mckenzie River rushing by. Lots of bicycles, kids, pets. very fun. river rafters going by. Need to reserve 9-12 months in advance to obtain a river site. Highly recommended. - saturn7