1 Park near Newberg, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $8.00
This is a wonderful area to visit and stay. The sites are great -- lots of space and privacy. We especially loved the big field that is provided to exercise your dog off the the leash. I know this will continue to be a place that we will visit. Lots of great trails for walking and bikes. All the trails we saw were paved. - Newbet
Aug 2015 - $24.00
We have stayed a few nights at this campground each of the last three years for family reunions. There are two main loops, an RV group camping area, several group tent camping areas, yurts and cabins available. The two main loops are completely different from the other. "A" loop is very shaded, the sites are back-ins and it is quite compact. "B" loop has very little shade, has a mix of pull-thru and back-in sites and seems to be intended for RV's. There is a museum, lots of pioneer history and enough nature trails and bike paths to keep a person interested for a few days. The park is just a few miles from the Portland suburbs but you'd never guess except to see the mansions on the opposite side of the river. - RickB
Apr 2015 - $22.00
Another hidden gem just a few miles off the interstate. Take the seven miles out and you will be rewarded with a very quiet and nice park. Some trails around the park and along the Willamette River.
Sites are paved and level, hookups in excellent shape. In the shoulder season only the loop in the back is open. Only a few trees there, while the other loop is completely shaded. Dump station on the way in/out.
we have earmarked this place for future stops when travelling the I-5. - TheSchweitzers