6 Parks near Oakridge, Oregon
Jun 2016 - $39.00
Beautiful setting on the river. Some of our group went white water rafting, which ended here at the park. Wonderful clubhouse. Landscaping very nice with vegetable gardens throughout. Manager very helpful. Ice cream dispenser on the honor system. Cable TV very good. WiFi a little slow at times. Our group voted to return here next year for a full week. - Nancy and Dave
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This park is an Oregon jewel. situated in an absolutely beautiful setting along the middle fork of the Willamette River, many of the sites are pull-throughs right next to the river. Sites are spacious with level paved pads, grass, and copious flowers. One of the owners evidently loves to garden as there are large flower pots over flowing with flowers everywhere. There's also a vegetable planting area where you can harvest if you ask.
Hookups include 30 and 50 amp, water, sewer and cable TV. There were 16 stations available and the picture was poor but I got to catch a NBA plYoff game. The park has WIFI but I used my iPhone as a hotspot - strong Verizon signal, weak ATT signal.
I was with an Airstream group and we had the use of a well equipped and spacious clubhouse.
There is train noise from tracks on the other side of the river - no toots passing the park but two longs, one short. And one long as it enters Oakridge a mile away. Might irritate some folks but I enjoy it.
I get the impression that the owners really care about their park and they're proud of it. There are a lot of rules and they expect people to abide by them. They allow only hard sided RVs, no tents or tent trailers.
This is an off the beaten path (hidden. Behind a pretty run down trailer park) that stays really busy due to word of mouth. I was almost hesitant to post this review as it's such a hidden gem. - Birdmaestro
Apr 2016 - $41.00
What a nice surprise. (Can see why Good Sam rates it 10-10-10.) A beautiful RV park along the banks of the Willamette River. All long, asphalt Pull-Thru, with nice grass between medium size sites. Lots of barrels for flowers to bloom in May. Obviously also enjoyed walking along the river and Coco, our Lab, couldn't not have been happier, although the river was flowing very, very fast, due to Spring mountain melts. WiFi signal strong and Cable worked very well, (16 channels.) Since this was early April, only a few other RV's on site, but we thoroughly enjoyed the peace, serenity and beauty of this "Treasure Gem" park! We definitely will return many times in the future. - mandrgames
Apr 2016 - $30.00
The best thing about this park is the long gravel trail that borders Salmon Creek. The park, itself, looks a little dismal and there are quite a few permanent residents but it's fine for overnight. It is in conjunction with a motel next door. The Wi-Fi was good, as was the CATV but they are discontinuing the cable in early May due to rate hikes. The staff was friendly and helpful. I would stay here again. - mockturtle
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We stayed here for week while mountain biking the area. The gravel sites were level, good shade, and strong water pressure. Half of the grass was dry due to drought and watering restrictions. The 36 channels of cable were clear and ok wifi. Bathroom were dated but fairly clean. It's next to the main highway but pretty much no traffic or noise at night. Occasional train horns though the city on the hill above us at night. The owners were super friendly and accommodating. We had additional friends come into town that were going to tent camp down the road. Owners let them tent camp on the separate green grassy areas for $10 a night ea. with access to all facilities. It's next door to the Oakridge Motel. Salmon creek was flowing good right next to the property and Greenwaters Park just across the bridge. If you're here to mountain bike and don't want to dry camp, this is central to the whole town. We would stay here again. - Neckbone
Jun 2014 - $30.00
This RV park is adjacent to the Arbor Inn Motel and Mobile Home park. There are not many sites for a long rig. We parked our 34 ft. Airstream in the site next to the restrooms/laundry. There is some traffic noise and also you can hear the train whistle several times a day. This is a quiet park otherwise. Our only complaint is that the restrooms were only cleaned once in the two weeks that we stayed there. There are no paper towels or hand dryer so bring your own towel. Mountain biking and hiking are the things to do in this area. The RV park is 40 miles east of Eugene. Price reflects the weekly rate. The daily rate is $35 which seems a little high, but there is only one other RV park in the area (in Westfir). We would stay here again in the future. - sunnyaz
May 2013 - $33.00
When we arrived we checked in at the office with a woman employee. She appeared to be pleasant and helpful until I voiced a objection at her comment regarding no large dogs were allowed. When she saw my disbelief she then said, "If you are nice to me I may make a judgement/decision to allow your dogs, at my disgression." Someone such as the owners of this RV park need to teach the following business principle to their employees. The customer pays and is therefore not the one that has to be nice! The business owner wants your money and business, so therefore she or he goes out of his or her way to accomodate you! AND furthermore in Tom Stienstra's latest West Coast RV camping guidebook he states that pets are allowed with no restrictions! And even if this is true, it makes no sense to allow only "small" dogs when its a breed specific issue. The employee further added insult to injury with her lame comments about the owner having to pay extra insurance for allowing pets. DUH! of course they do and that is not relevant to me nor is it of any business of hers to tell us that. And they charged us extra for the pets, so there is the "insurance" costs. Later we saw many dogs as large or larger than ours. The whole incident turned me off completely. In my small business I would fire an employee with her attitude. The park itself had no shade, small pull-thrus and crooked sites. Won't go back again, next time we will boondock. Unfortunately there are no hook-up alternatives near Dexter Lake. - gemsinger
Dec 2012 - $29.00
Decent park. Out of the city, so no city noise, just occasional traffic on the highway and railroad. The rate is very reasonable. Great view and you can walk to the state park across the highway if you like. Sites are gravel and nearly level, at least mine was. Pull throughs are narrow; back-ins much nicer. I would stay here again. - Old Mountain Man
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Park is very clean and quiet except for road and train noise. Lady working in office was very nice. Pull through sites are very narrow and close together. Difficult to walk around your RV with the narrow sites and a slight hill where connections are, easy to twist your ankle. Not a bad park if sites were just bigger. - stella fouche
Sep 2015 - $10.00
Nice forest campground with campsites in a variety of sizes. There are also several pull-throughs which may make things easier for larger rigs. Campground hosts are welcoming and very helpful. There is a boat launch in the campground and fishing in the Willamette River which runs right by the park. Several of the campsites are on the river. There is a train track that runs on the other side of the river and there is the usual train noise when one goes by. Because the campground is not near a town, the whistle blowing is not much of an issue. The night hours are pretty quiet, although one train did go by at about 5 a.m. We would have stayed here longer if we could have. - Bobbi1948
Jun 2014 - $10.00
US Forest Service campground; one of Oregon's gems. This low-elevation campground (1,000 ft above sea level) has more Life per square foot than almost any other place on earth. Giant old-growth trees, ferns, mosses. Almost every campsite is a Place of Magic. In some spots, you can't even see your car even though it's only twenty feet away. If you're in a shorter RV less than 36 feet, or better yet less than 30, you owe yourself a visit here. There is train noise and highway noise, unfortunately. - Old Mountain Man