6 Parks near Milton-Freewater, Oregon
Jun 2008 - $20.00
Lovely shaded pull-in sites that were very private. Sound of rushing river (Walla Walla River) was lovely to sleep through. Nice facility (kitchen with refridgerator) for family reunions, big gatherings. All types of campers were here--truck toppers, trailers, Class A, tents, and our Class B. Just a beautiful setting. No showers or dump station, though. - JCLC
Aug 2005 - $14.00
We found Jubilee Lake to be a very nice campground. The lake is beautiful with an almost 3 mile nicely maintained trail around the lake. Our site was quite private and shaded, which we like. We would definitely camp here again. - DebB
Sep 2016 - $45.00
This is a great park. There are pull through paved sites as well as back in grassy sites. A very clean quiet park. There is a large grassy pet area to walk your dogs. This is very convenient to downtown and the fairgrounds as well as the wineries. - Kwanyen
Jul 2016 - $37.00
This is a nice location, very quiet. We arrived on a Sunday, and left early the next morning, so our only interaction with park staff was via telephone, but the person we spoke with was very friendly and helpful. The only disappointment was the Wi-Fi, which was so slow that we used our cell service for checking email. - Oregon52
Jul 2016 - $37.00
First time at this park. Very clean. Office staff were very friendly and helpful. Good paved roads and parking slots. Long pull thru sites. You would not be disappointed with this location. - Vagabonds_41
Aug 2016 - $39.00
This is a very tidy, convenient to downtown, campground. Our site allowed us to pull thru because there was no RV in the spot behind us. Each site has some grass, and paved pads for the picnic table and a car. There was no noise, nor any visible animals, at the humane society next door. The campground dog walking is outside the park fencing in an industrial area: not pleasant. There is one grassy area though outside the office. We would stay here again if we were in the area. - Dapper
Jul 2016 - $35.00
If you stay here try to get a space in the "Frontier" section as all the roads and sites are Asphalt pavement. If you get put in the "Outback" you will have a asphalt paved road but your site and the shoulders will be gravel. They charge the same price for all sites in both the Frontier and Outback sections. The Gravel site we had was not level so it took some time to level up our travel trailer. The one nice feature about all the sites is that they all have a concrete patio so there is no need to put down an outdoor rug or mat. And the patio is big enough for chairs and the picnic table they supply. There is not much if any shade. The cable had lots of TV channels. And though there are some long term residents, the sites were well kept and it was quiet at night. I took points off my rating due to no Good Sam discount for a 6 night stay (or week) and no discount for a gravel site vs. the nicer asphalt sites. The only amenities that this place is missing is a pool and store. - DadOf3
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Great location to downtown and wineries.
Biking trails and hiking easily accessible. - Cake on the beach
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Small RV park in Elgin with a lot of full timers. Restrooms are individual with a shower, toilet and sink which is very nice. They were in dire need of cleaning as the floors were very dirty. The manager is very nice and helpful, he came out to greet us as we arrived and made sure we had the correct site. We had problems with our 50 amp service but he let us use the electrical site next to us for the 3 days we were there so we didn't have to move. Park is within walking distance of town. No cable hookups but we had excellent antenna service. - Kitty 55
Aug 2016 - $28.00
We like quiet RV parks, so we picked this park and not the one in La Grande.
Although we had our doubts when we saw the campground the first time (it is not a resort), it turned out to be a good choice.
No camp host on duty, so we picked a spot without nearby neighbors, filled-in the form and put our payment in the safety box.
Sites are close together, but I cannot imagine this park to be fully occupied at any time. We were the only 'non-residents'.
The park was clean and the private rooms with toilet, sink and shower were spotless.
Wi-Fi worked fine. - Bluesbirdy
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Close to town, which has a couple of inexpensive diners, two nice small markets, and a Chevron station. Very quiet at night. Our gravel pad was very uneven but that's why we carry blocks. Our AT&T cell signal was 5 bars so we used our hotspot instead of their very slow wifi system. Fantastic rest rooms. We would definitely stay here again. - Lufkins
Jul 2016 - $24.00
This is a lovely campground and if it were not for the highway noise I would have rated it a 10. We first were on a dry camp spot. No hookups, but a water tap available nearby. Then when we found out it would be a week before our new A/C would be installed we switched to a full hookup site. Unfortunately for us this was even closer to the freeway and the noise! It is a great place to camp and except for the late afternoon/early evenings the sounds become white noise and not as bothersome. Another drawback to our site is no satellite signal or antenna reception available! But we have good Verizon signal and good 50 amp service. We would camp here again. - Rick & Karen
Aug 2015 - $24.00
The Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area near Meacham, Oregon is a nice stopover, positioned as it is just off the Interstate I-84. Regrettably, adjacent highway noise, at least well into the evening is a nuisance from the main East-West artery, which keeps this park from getting a perfect score in our book. After researching the available campsites and photos on ReserveAmerica, I chose site B07 as one of the spacious full hookup sites (limited availability though planned months in advance), but if it had been available, it would have been better to choose something on the other side of the B loop, which oddly has lights on their electrical hookup (generally we like darkness in our parks to see stars and feel remote), but the light might be a convenience to some. However, even these sites do not provide much better respite from the highway noise and when we were there at least, seemed to have a faint sewer-related odor, perhaps as these are nearer to the bathroom facilities. The showers and bathrooms were spotless, very well maintained even by high Oregon State Park standards, and we were surprised to read this park is decades old, parts of it built during CCC days, as everything is in excellent condition. Site was level, not too busy during weekday August stay (few tent campers in particular). Hosts very accessible and friendly. Verizon MiFi worked very well and a few over the air digital TV channels were found at night (not during daytime) from the Southern Washington Tri-Cities area (not mainstream channels but some local news and weather that kept us posted on regional fires and smoke that have been plaguing the West summer 2015). We would (and will) return for 1-2 night stays on our trips in/out of the state given routing convenience, value, maintenance, few nice (though unmarked) trails, and site size and amenities, but will not make this a destination or extended stay due to highway noise and not as much "heritage" as we thought we might find from early Oregon Trail travelers (such as wagon marks in Idaho and other areas for example, though there was a restored covered wagon, a presidential plaque, a nice historical display and marker). Interesting tidbit: A knowledgeable host informed us that the original "Emigrant Springs" was covered by I-84 when constructed in the 1950's. - dns718
Jun 2015 - $17.00
It is forested which helps that part of the day there is shading, & makes you feel your in a literal camping world. The highway is too close, that vehicle activity is loud many hours but still, the woods are filled with big trees & growth. Our site had a water spigot, picnic table, nice brick grounding beneath the tent & paved vehicle spot. I may be wrong about the site number but it was the disabiilty slot near the restrooms & was a spacious site. Good showers, good restrooms with some plugs for hair dryers. Lots of people from all over the park use the same restooms so there is a busy time. We got in there just fine. - nightofstars