6 RV Parks near Oakridge, Oregon
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
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 2018 - $43.00
This is our first stay in this park and we will definitely be back. The current owner (or manager, we're not sure which) was extremely friendly and helpful in every way possible. He even came down and spent about 20 minutes with us helping us get our TV working. The park is very well kept, a guy actually walked around with a bucket and shovel picking up goose droppings from every site. We came to just relax and that is exactly what we did, peaceful and quiet all day long. The trains are a bit loud but did not bother me at night in the least. "Riverside" really does describe the park. The river is beautiful and my wife actually caught her first trout of the season, a nice 13" rainbow. The bathrooms, showers, and laundry rooms are amazingly neat and clean. We were in space #53, so even if they were full we wouldn't have had anybody on one side of us. We are very much looking forward to our next visit. - Mr Dave D
Mar 2018 - $48.00
The owners were very friendly. I called to reserve a site and left a message. I was called right back and a site was reserved for me. All the sites at this park are good, all the way to the North End, even though it's a walk to the services.
The park is called "Riverside" and that is no joke: almost all of the sites are Riverside. The only slight drawback is a train track on the other side of the river, which gets frequent use. It didn't seem to be a problem though. If your looking to take advantage of the Oakridge biking/hiking scene or just want to relax at the camp, Casey's is an extrodinary value!
The campground was spotless when I was here and someone was always doing maintenance on the grounds. - Pedal2theMedal
Sep 2017 - $44.00
This park is in a beautiful location. We stayed in site 68 which is not on the river but a very nice site. Everyone at the park was very friendly. The only reason I did not give it a 10 is because of the train. This train goes by all day which was not an issue. During the night not only did I count 4 times it went by but it blows the horn for long periods of time and I can actually feel it in our trailer. Love the park and hate the train. If you are not a light sleeper then this is a great park. If we ever come back I would stay in a pull thru on the River. Beautiful!! - TerriJ
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
Jun 2017 - $50.00
This campground does not have 'resort' facilities. The RV sites include good quality 30 amp electric. A long hose mounted on trees, will reach all sites. Pump out at your site is available weekly at a cost of $20. There is also a charge for the RV dump for 'guests'. The access road from Hwy 58 is 'rough' and narrow is places. The reason we and so many others go there is for the fishing. If you tow a boat, they will launch and retrieve it for you at no cost and if available, you can rent dock space. We go every year and enjoy it. - Rimdel
Oct 2016 - $46.00
We had an outstanding experience during a four day stay in mid-October. Sited among tall conifers on the shore of Lake Odell one has the sensation of having the Pacific Northwest to oneself. It was rainy, cool, and breezy which did nothing to dampen our spirits.
Given the time of year the resort was not crowded so we had the run of the place. One can hike the Pacific Crest Trail or any of the other numerous trails found nearby. There's fishing which is accessible by rented boat, off the docks, or shoreline. Licenses and gear available on site.
All staff members were dedicated to making sure we had everything available to enjoy our stay. One rainy day, there was chicken-dumpling soup free to anyone from a large pot on the counter. Free chocolate chip cookies at check-in.
Campsites are varied. Most have 30 amp service. Few are positioned to receive satellite TV. WiFi is available - nearer the office the better. Verizon cell service was good. Our MiFi hotspot worked well.
No sewer or water hookups at the sites but there is a dump station and a number of hose bibs scattered throughout the park from which ones water tank can be filled. A holding tank dump service is reportedly available once per week though we did not use it.
Some of the sites are not very level and/or have tree limbs in the way of larger RV's. We did not have trouble finding an excellent site.
The park has recently changed hands and the new owner, Highway West Vacations, is sprucing things up. There are some very cozy cabins, good laundry, and sparkling pay showers available.
We had a great time and will be back. - CoCoDnC
May 2016 - $65.00
Been going to this park most of my life to go fishing. You only have power that's all you get now they have raised the rates high enough to price me out will not go back. Lot spacing is close. Sites are dirt with picnic table and fire ring. - Frankanthony
Aug 2016 - $18.00
Great camping facility. Loved our campsite and the river behind us. I sure wish there was a way to completely eliminate generators. The camp across from us ran a contractor grade generator from 6 am to 10 pm. Sometimes, they weren't even there but left that very noisy, very disturbing generator run the entire day. It really ruined our experience and we wanted to leave but weekend spots are hard to find last minute. This campground is amazing, clean and family oriented. - Crazy Camping Always 1
Aug 2016 - $9.00
Very nice. Tall trees. Our site was in first loop to left as you come in. Spacious sites but were nearest the road and was quite a bit of traffic noise until around 9pm. Even with this it was just a nice site, nice park. To much shade for our Tailgater satellite. - abqnm
May 2016 - $9.00
This is a lovely park in the forest but with both shady and sunny sites. Paved, level sites and great woodsy hiking trails. Only got a weak 3G on my Verizon. Will definitely return. - mockturtle