16 Parks near Oakland, Oregon
Jun 2016 - $31.00
Very little freeway noise. Lots of area to walk dogs. Will definitely stay here again. - DeniseH
Sep 2015 - $34.00
The name of the park should give campers a hint that the park is on a hill. It is a very nice park and if the owners would improve the internet service (which is currently practically non-existant) and level out the gravel sites, it would be a nice park. Besides the internet, the only complaint I have about the park is that the sites are extremely uneven. I would stay here again though. - travelingpeople
Jun 2015 - $28.00
Beautifully maintained park convenient to I-5, fuel stops, and restaurants, yet fairly quiet at night. Paved interior roads and sites, with long pull-thrus, grass, and table. Row one sites are sloped downward, and our site's sewer location required and extension. Good hookups, WiFi, and cable TV, and Verizon service was strong. No obstructions to rooftop satellite dish. Very friendly and helpful check in. Not much in the area, but a great place to overnight while traveling. - Meanderman
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Absolutely hate to rate this park because it is such a little gem. The park is a little dated, the owners bought this about 3 years ago, and are gradually improving and modernizing things. Normally I don't like parks whose sites are this close together and lack privacy, that being said. the clientele the owner caters too makes all the difference in the world. Without a doubt the quietest, most peaceful RV park I have ever been too. Not right off the freeway, so it is a destination, lots of fishing, some wine tasting, mostly peace and quiet. Good location for visiting the coast, (about an hour away), and still managing to avoid the crowds. Will definitely be back. - cdat
May 2016 - $30.00
We spent 3 days in this small, manicured park with a fantastic river view. We were surprised and very happy to find that they had a clean laundry room. The owner was exceptionally accommodating to our needs. Every site has a river view and we enjoyed watching various birds and the peace and quiet. My husband was able to launch his kayak from their boat ramp. We were here in May, so everything was green and beautiful. We will be back next year. - Jan and Bruce
Mar 2016 - $15.00
Rate is Passport America (plus tax) for a 30 amp site full hookup site. We have stayed here many times and service is always excellent; pull-through sites are long enough that we do not need to unhook. 37 channel cable TV included. Easy to get here from I-5. Quiet, although you can occasionally hear the train or big wheeler in the in the distance. County location. Dog walk area. Good for a night or two but not if you have children as there is no pool or playground. For us it works great as a stopping point and we will stay here again. - lstaff
Aug 2015 - $36.00
Decent park but cramped. All sites are pull thru. Your neighbor's sewer is a foot away from the picnic table, making this another sewer park. Because the wind blew across we had to shut doors and windows to keep from smelling neighbors sewers.
Over all the park is nice. Some traffic noise. They keep it real clean. Dog run is grass. They said they don't charge for pets but they did charged for visitors and my child. Didn't watch the movies they played. Laundry is good and cheap.
Power did go out three times in the week we stayed here during 90+F days. Was restored within 5 minutes.
Might stay again, if they stop charging for family members. - See
Sep 2014 - $30.00
This is a great overnight spot while going through Oregon. Nice level pull thrus, good 50 amps, good dog area, wi-fi was good. We did not use any of their facilties. Only disappointment was that there was no movie tonight. Upon arrival I was told that movies are only on Fri & Sat nights. We had looked forward to an old fashion drive-in movie!! Remember those days? - Freedom Bus
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Second time stayed at this park. Good, convenient and roomy sites, not much landscaping pretty bare, but concrete pads good power and hookups. Stayed one night each time. Lots of golfers that come to play local course. Will come back and bring my clubs. - jimNann
Aug 2015 - $27.00
I'll echo the comments of the previous reviewer, and add that there's a nice golf course within steps of the RV park office. Several long-term residents, but well-kept, neat and quiet. No picnic table at most sites. - rv1guy2cats
Oct 2014 - $27.00
Nicely laid out park on a plateau above the town with fairly level concrete and asphalt sites. Friendly check in, good hookups, and strong free Wi-Fi. Although cable is advertised, it has been discontinued until a new system can be installed. Few trees, so no impedance to satellite, and Verizon cell and data were very good. Convenient to I-5, restaurants, and shopping with easy access. The reasonable price and quality of the sites makes this a good stay for overnight or extended period. We'll return again. - Meanderman
Jun 2016 - $17.00
The rate reflects the discounted weekly rate. One of the friendliest Escapee Parks we have encountered, everyone waves and greets you as you pass on the streets. Very large oversized spaces with a concrete pad next to your RV. Any activities in the club house are open to all visitors with a warm welcome. - Dick & Bev
Jun 2016 - $5.00
Beautiful park, nice clubhouse, friendly folks. The only thing missing was showers! The only Escapee park we've stayed in without them. - Jammmac
Nov 2015 - $18.00
Just like all of the Escapee's parks, clean, well maintained with a pride of ownership, and friendly. A short walk to the old downtown with some old shops and cafes. Wifi was great from our site, some TV channels, and good satellite reception. - LMH
Dec 2014 - $34.00
We intended to stay in this park a few days and were there for a month. It's become one of our favorite parks. The hosts are "Oregon Nice," meaning they are very helpful and congenial. The setting on the banks of the Umpqua is a million-dollar view and the park is extremely well maintained. Sites on the river are a bit narrower than others, but it's all grass - no gravel sites - and good shade. You can fall asleep to the sound of a raging river. There are several good wineries on the main street in Elkton and Tomaselli's is an incredible restaurant, an unexpected gem in this little town. - Streamer1023
Sep 2013 - $32.00
We have stayed here at least once a year for the last ten years, usually just for a long weekend. The river is beautiful, the park is well kept and the staff is very friendly and guide you into your site. Several reviewers have stated that the sites are tight and that the picnic tables are located at the back of the sites. This is true of the riverfront sites, but the pull-thru sites and sites away from the river are spaced out more. The only reason I don't give the park a ten rating is that there are no showers. This would be a very welcome addition, especially for the tent campers. - RickB
Aug 2012 - $32.00
We stayed 2 nights at Elkton RV Park. The view of the Umpqua River was wonderful and the access was easy walking down. But the spaces are so cramped that if you have a slide on both sides of your RV (which we do not, only on one side), you are not able to walk around your RV. We made a reservation over the phone and when we arrived we were not in the space that we were told we had reserved. But since most of the spaces were cramped anyway I guess that really didn't matter. You are not able to sit beside your RV under your awning. The only space for chairs or picnic tables is behind your RV and you only have a flat area big enough for a table and a couple of chairs. We were told over the phone that we could put a tent up in our space too as long as it didn't reach into the space beside us but since that was impossible, we had to rent a tent space at the end of the park for the couple who were with us. Which meant additional cost and inconvience. As far as the camp hosts and facilities at the RV park, we found that the hosts didn't seem to be real friendly. More business like then host like. The facilities were OK. A couple of restrooms, a laundry room, a central firepit and a gazebo. We didn't use any of these except the restroom. Did not see a shower room for tent campers, but didn't really look either. - M_P Trips 24
Jul 2016 - $48.00
We stayed for 7 months for work purposes, and this is one of the best parks we have ever stayed in. Very professional staff and clean park. - gypsynurse15
May 2016 - $34.00
Our 5th stay at park. The park has always been clean and well groomed. New owners since Sept 2015 have been making improvements. Located in a grove of mature trees, both deciduous and conifer, about 10 minutes west of Roseburg and very near several vineyards. We think it is the best park in Roseburg. It does have a considerable population of full timers. We will stay there again. - Doug Toye
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Attended a group rally with 30 plus people, using all the facilities. Clubhouse etc. We had a great time !
Owners are new, very pleasant and accommodating.
Location is a bit off the beaten path from the freeways, but easy to get to town with stores etc.
The park is well maintained. As I said earlier, they have new owners so the store was not stocked, but I'm sure it soon will be. The clubhouse is a bit small, for more than 30 people too small. We were able to work with it because we're a group that's been together for a very long time. They do provide full kitchen facilities.
You're in an old growth crop of trees so there is plenty of tree shade in the fall lots of leaves they seem to have enough employees to be constantly touring the grounds they guide you to your parking spot and make sure that you get part correctly. As for the cable they do have free cable. It is a bit of a pain; they need to come and connect it for you in your motorhome. It's not their fault; its the satellite or the cable that they use, but they're very very nice about doing it.
Probably the nicest managers I have run into in a very long time. They have a privacy gate that locks at 9 o'clock and they are available on site at all times
We will go again . - Ginger j 33
Jul 2012 - $15.00
Beautiful setting smack dab on the Umpqua River. If you are into views, this is fantastic. However, there isn't anything much to do here unless you are a fisherman/woman. Children can play on the exposed rocks in the shallow part of the river. If you need to be connected to the world, you need to have your own TV/Internet connections. The park is also right on the highway. It did occur to me to worry somewhat about the fact our RV would literally be pushed into the river if there was an accident on the highway. Staff was friendly. It is a hairpin turn to enter the park from the west off the highway. The park is difficult to see if one is not looking closely for it. Signage could be much better and more visible on the highway. - tudugger
Jul 2007 - $20.00
This is a tight, small park in two levels on a steep slope with a view of a wide set of rocks or rapids below (depending on water level). It has very tight curves and I recommend against taking large rigs into it. The view is very pretty but the sites are gravel and the highway is very close. - JTD2
May 2007 - $13.00
I echo the "tight but nice" comments. If approaching from the east, watch very carefully, otherwise you won't find a place to turn (a big rig) around for a few miles. If you're approaching from the west, you'll have a right hand hairpin to negotiate to get in. Once settled, the sites are tucked away, and the river provides a pleasant backdrop. Staff was helpful. - Kalon
May 2016 - $25.00
Beautiful spot, but some downsides.
This is a quick exit off of I-5 and beautiful grounds. The sites are spacious and fairly private. The hosts were very gracious and responsive. But there are some fairly important negative features. There is a beautiful pond here, but a flock of geese reside here. This means there is goose poop everywhere. The hosts tried their best to clean the campsite with a pressure washer, but we had to pick our way to the picnic table to avoid stepping in the mess. The other big downside is that you can see and hear the traffic on I-5. This does not bother me at night, but for the sensitive it might be a deal-breaker. The grounds are spacious and beautifully kept and the bathrooms were very clean.
There are no great walking trails here. We went to Cottage Grove for the attractions and this location certainly puts you in range for some great hikes, covered bridges tour, etc. - AshNor
Jul 2012 - $20.00
Sites not level, sites not maintained, questionable persons wandering around. I would not stay here again. Self check in and payment placed into a collection box. Stayed in a 40' motorhome and only stayed here because it was close to a relative I was visiting. - sbrown
Jun 2011 - $20.00
Sites are wide open with nice grass between them. The sites are a little off level but the little gravel in the grass keeps any mud at bay. We arrived around 3:30-4pm and had a choice of 4 pull-through sites. The Camp Host offered free tickets to the museum. Unfortunately we were only stopping over night so couldn’t use them. - zen_letitbe
May 2011 - $20.00
A nice, quiet setting, with easily maneuverable sites. A good value. Showers were usable and fairly clean. A good location to see the area. Camp host was pleasant and helpful. - paxton