19 RV Parks near Odell, Oregon
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Odell. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Odell in the left hand column.
Sep 2011 - $20.00
Best thing about this park is quiet which is why we chose it. Other parks are too close to busy highway and train tracks. There are about 40 sites with water hookups but no electric. Showers and bathrooms are old and run down but I suppose clean enough - they were cleaned daily. Best for smaller rigs but there are a few that can accommodate larger rigs. Pads are small but some are open enough that you can hang over the pad if needed. There was a 40 footer when we were there. Beautiful Hood River runs through it. There is a geocache at the park if you participate in geocaching. Also picked fresh wild blackberries while there. We stayed 4 days and I would stay again. - utchaps
Oct 2010 - $19.00
This Hood River County park is located on 36 acres along the South bank of the Hood River. The campground is close to town, yet quiet (no trains). The sites are kind of spread around with two sections, one mostly for RV's and the other for tent campers. Sites are available on a first come first serve basis with no reservations. We stayed in site E which had a wonderful view and sound of the roaring Hood River below. There is playground equipment, a picnic shelter, tables, and fishing. RVs up to 30' are allowed. The showers and bathrooms were in terrible condition and we didn't use them. Also be aware that the two electrical outlets next to sites M and N were not working at the time we stayed and didn't look like they had worked in a long time, however there is plenty of water at almost all the sites. - josh970506
Sep 2016 - $10.00
Spots are level and spacious. It was very nice for a fair grounds.
The only thing I didn't like was the lack of a dump station. - Impkitti
Sep 2015 - $15.00
This is a clean park with occasional distant train noise. Some events can also be noisy.
Sites are near-level unshaded grass. Voltage is good.
WiFi is strong. I measured 868.5 kB/s down.
Verizon LTE works well.
TV: ABC CBS FOX PBS. VHF weather radio is very weak.
The manager is friendly and helpful.
Unfortunately, camping is only allowed when some event is held, so it's best to call ahead well in advance. - wjzcbn
Sep 2011 - $15.00
This is basically large open fields with various pedestals with the lights for the parking area of the fields on them that also have power boxes with outlets for 20 and 30amp plugs. There's not too many of 30amp outlets available, so pick a spot near a pole that hasn't got too many people already hooked to it. Water spigots are available, but no sewer hookups, but there is a dump station on site. Best to call ahead, as the sites are not always open, depending on weather the fields may be too wet to allow vehicles in to without sinking. Bathrooms are very clean and well built and coin operated, but very generous with the amount of time you get per quarter. All proceeds from the showers goes to help support the local 4-H Club in the Odell/HoodRiver area and hot water is plentiful. One of the funnest times to visit is if you're passing through the area and happen to be able to hit it during the Blossom Festival in April, if you're lucky you might run across a group of classic Winnebago motorhome owners who hold their "Hoodstock Jamboree" there each year :). - The Redneck Express
May 2017 - $45.00
Smaller and somewhat compact park. I was initially concerned it was going to be difficult to maneuver my 38ft fifth wheel, but had no problems at all. Like others have mentioned, the train passes thru frequently and the park is also right off of highway 14 = noisey, however my wife and I both slept great. We have two big dogs (Lab and golden) and found the pet area to be big and super nice. Lots of breweries and wineries in the area and some fantastic scenery. Had a great visit to the area! - dcline97
Apr 2017 - $45.00
If you take the Hood River Bridge from the Oregon side, be prepared for the narrowest bridge you've ever seen, Lots of traffic, we had to hug the Yellow line and our mirror was mere inches from the rail when passing oncoming cars, thank goodness we did not met one of the many trucks that cross here, it's a real white knuckle experience. It is much better to approach from the Dalles or Cascade locks . The train and highway at the park are noisy but were expected. It looks like there are some permanent residents but they are very neat and tidy. The WI fi and AT&T worked great. The staff very kind and friendly. - Ruffin It
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Nice clean park, quiet in the park. The trains go by often but no horn so we did not notice them very often. Level sites our 40ft MH and CRV toad just fit into site. Office staff was good. Great place to explore the gorge from. - houseonwheels
Jun 2016 - $29.00
This park is an absolute gem. It's a bit tight for big rigs, which ours is, but the setting is just gorgeous, and the full hookups (50 amp, water, and sewer) all worked well. Hosts were super friendly. Playground for the kids. Convenient to Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. We'll definitely be back. - kmghmg
Jun 2015 - $29.00
We stayed a week at a full hookup, back-in site. There were 2 camp hosts visible. Hosts were helpful with maps and trail information. Nice park with paved internal roads and paved level pads. Our site was surrounded mostly with dirt and dry grass but some sites had much more grass. Most sites were under and surrounded by trees. We had one of the few sites open to the sky. All full hookup sites are back-ins. Some partial hookup sites are pull-throughs but they're in another loop.
Verizon data and hotspot was practically non-existent. My cell was always roaming so we went into Hood River for Internet. No cable, no laundry. Water pressure was strong. No off leash dog park but plenty of places to walk dogs. Hookups were near the middle. Sites were spacious and included fire pits and picnic table. Their website has a map with the pad sizes of the different sites so if you have a large rig, print out the map to pick a site that will fit your rig. We noticed that the longest pad was always reserved. Self check-in only using the envelope system. Pay by check into a box, no debit/credit cards accepted. Hosts do not accept payment. Quiet park at night. Good place to disconnect and relax. - Flippitti
Apr 2015 - $29.00
This is a pretty park, but the camp hosts are rude and the price of a stay is too high for an affordable family outing. There are a few very nice waterfront sites. - Iron Girl
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Well, this is a nice little park with one big caveat, which is the railroad crossing on the river access road, and one small caveat, which is the lack of even a dump station. Traveling solo and male, I was able to stretch my tanks, but other should take note.
I spent 12 nights in the site nearest the railroad crossing and survived. I sort of like being near trains, but the horns are very loud. Nonetheless, I grew accustomed to it, and wasn't awakened more than once or twice. But that's me, everybody responds differently.
The park has two major advantages. One is actually the railroad crossing... because so many people dislike trains, it's possible to get a space on a summer weekend without booking far in advance. I was able to book summer weekends 3-4 weeks ahead. The other advantage is that it's one of the few parks that has Columbia River access, a nice little picnic area that's only a short walk away.
On an earlier 2-night visit, I arrived to find my site occupied. Just a trailer, no tow vehicle, hooked up but nobody around. The host was very helpful, and they moved me to a "reserve" site that they kept open for such things. So thumbs-up to the staff for handling it well. - bobk3d
Jun 2016 - $22.00
The only reason I gave this a 3 star rating was due to the trains that run directly in back of the park at all hours. You also get road noise from very busy highway. The park itself is very well kept and you do get power. The camp host was very friendly and did forewarn us about the train. If it wasn't for the train blowing it's whistle every time it goes by, you might get used to the train noise. We planned on staying here 3 nights but only stayed 2 and forfeited our third night's stay. I would not stay here again. - travelerofusa
May 2015 - $2.00
Previous reviews are right, the trains sound like they're going to plow right into your RV. And they run all night long. The highway is noisy, too but we tuned it out after two days. Despite what phone reservation reps tell you, there is no RV dump station here. They have electric and water hookups but no dump station anywhere except the camp host site, which they will not let you use. The closest dump station is 6 miles one way in Hood River at the Water Treatment Plant on the north side of exit 64. The showers are hot. We had great AT&T coverage. TV antenna only picks up two PBS stations. No laundry facilities. The Columbia River is accessible from the campground. - LifeRidingShotgun
May 2017 - $29.00
Good location for visiting Hood River. Pretty state park, with nice views of the Columbia River-however (as others have mentioned) there is a bit of highway traffic and train noise in this state park. Even with the noise, which we found tolerable, we would consider returning the next time we visit the Hood River area. The highway traffic noise is noticeable through-out the park, with the sites directly along the highway experiencing the most traffic noise but conversely the least train noise (i.e., the screeching sound that occurs when a train rounds a track bend, but thankfully no train whistles). As would be expected, the train noise is more easily heard the further back in the park you stay. I do not consider this state park big rig friendly, but big rig possible. The outer loop around the park (less so the inner road) had trees trimmed high enough for us to drive down the road, but long RVs do need to watch as the go around curves in the road to clear branches on both sides of the road. Many of the sites did not have branches trimmed high enough for us, but many others with shorter in height RVs should be ok. The larger issue for longer RVs is the needed swing room to back into some of the sites. If the park is fairly empty, longer RVs would likely be ok, but if the park is full then those with RVs our total length would have a challenge backing into many of the sites. The widest road in the park parallels the highway and is in front of sites A3-A14. That road provides plenty of room to back into a site, but these sites are a little short for bigger rigs. A park ranger nicely moved us to one of the sites along the highway, which we could just squeeze into, after our reserved site B41 did not work for us due to low tree branches. We did like this park--the above information is shared for the benefit of other long and tall RV owners. - 2FullTimersinaFifth
Apr 2017 - $29.00
Park hosts were helpful & friendly. As were the state park rangers. The sites were fairly deep given that this is a state park. our site "B-39 was 50' deep and our 36' coach fit just fine. The water pressure was excellent, But did smell of chlorine a bit. But that's better than drinking bacteria. The hook ups were located properly. The 30Amp power pedestal worked fine, although as it was very cool out and we didn't need A/C so didn't keep to close an eye on the voltage. The trains were not a bother at all as there are no crossings nearby. We only heard a bit of low frequency rumbling from the trains. The park does have a large population of Squirrels that are very friendly & always hungry. They really weren't a bother. But then as it was cool we ate our meals in the coach. The trees near the parks roads could use a bit of trimming for clearance. I scraped a bit while taking my car trailer to the overflow parking area. We would gladly stay here again. - super7pilot
Oct 2016 - $36.00
We stayed at Memaloose late in the season. The park would close two days after we left. Hence there weren't a lot of services. The park was most;y empty and quiet. - RnBRV
May 2017 - $20.00
Wyeth Campground is a USFS campground on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge. It is close to all of the fun stuff in the gorge, and is an excellent alternative to the state parks and private campgrounds. Like most forest service campgrounds, it has no hookups, no dump station, and no showers, but does have a restroom with flush toilets, and several water spigots. The campground is clearly marked no big rigs, 30 foot max. Our 25 footer had plenty of room. I think a 32 foot rig could get in, but anything larger would be really pushing it. There is a grassy overflow area that a big rig could get into if there weren't a lot of other campers. Sites are spacious and paved. Really nice. We reserved site #9, but when we got there, we found site 9 was on a steep enough slope that we didn't have enough leveling blocks to level. We switched to site #13, one of the walk-up sites, which was only about an inch out of level. The campground is heavily forested. Satellite and solar panels are never going to work. We didn't try the TV. Verizon and AT&T were both strong. The main problem with all the campgrounds in the gorge is the noise. I-84 goes down the Oregon side of the gorge, and there are train tracks on both sides. We could hear the freeway all the time, and frequent trains. We heard a few train whistles, but they were far enough away that they didn't bother us at all. My main complaint with this campground would be the price. It was $20/night for a site with no amenities. The campground was beautiful. The site was nice. But the price was a bit high for what you get. - AnnP
Aug 2016 - $45.00
We came to this park looking for a camping atmosphere with 30amp and H2O connections. Immediately upon arrival, I knew I found a little piece of heaven. The staff made my family and I feel like honored guests, although we arrived unannounced/no reservation. We were given a map of available sites to chose from with no pressure whatsoever. Beautiful, well maintained back-in sites with forested privacy throughout. A most welcome change after abandoning a crowded, truck stop-like park in Cascade Locks. We will return to this park again for sure. - David Heather
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Little bit of a climb in the campground getting to some of the spots but very doable. Great spot, great staff, private campsites, tons of shade and very quiet. Manager was super helpful! Great pet area! - The Childs
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Stayed 2 nights and enjoyed very much. A bit difficult backing into space but it was level. No sewer hookup but they did have a dump station. A bit difficult finding the resort but got help from owners. GPS not accurate. Checked out bathroom/showers and decided to use trailer instead. Pay showers. Park was in pristine condition with nice dog park not fenced in.
Would stay here again. Very quiet. - mcomeaux
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Good site but people on one side were so close their firepit and table were right next to our hookups and slides - we got lots of smoke. But trains are constant and very loud. We asked what the hot tub temp is kept and told 104; this is perfect. We go on a hike, come back and change and head to the hot tub. It did not appear clean but we chose to use it anyhow - temp could not have be even 80. wife is a lifelong swimmer and swimming instructor (in the past)....she knows temps! Went to the office and told them and they just shrugged their shoulders. - AZSwede
Aug 2016 - $45.00
We were assigned site 47 upon checking in. We drove to site with park host. Site was long and wide-good for pull through site. Then we discovered it was only a 30 amp site even though our confirmation said 50. I had to walk back to office and after an hour of waiting in the office they moved us to 46. Due to amount of pine trees there was no way to connect to our Dish tv service. Trees were nice though for the shade. It kept the RV cool.
This site is about as close as you can get to the railroad tracks. The trains blow their horn at precisely the KOA location. They run through starting at 5am, 5:30am, 6am then start up around 5pm, 5:30 pm, 6pm. Then again around 2am and 2:30am. I don't know about the rest of the day because we were out.
The trash situation is the worst I've ever experienced. They only have one trash area for the entire park which is right at the park office-entrance. Smelly, full of gnats and bugs, unorganized, regular old smelly trash cans for the recycle, which people were dumping their regular trash because the landfill bins were spilling over. It is a total mess and they should be written up by the health department.
We staid 3 nights. It's a shame this place is so bad because the area is absolutely stunning with natural beauty and endless activities. Sites and roads in park are mostly dirt. There seem to be quite a few full-timers there too. - Marilyn Froggatt
Aug 2016 - $41.00
Nice shady level sites. Tight turns, glad I wasn't larger. Train noise but we're used to it so didn't bother us. Enjoyed the seeing of children. Most parks we stay in are pretty childless. Pancake breakfast on Saturday was a treat. Friendly staff who really worked with us when we went in to book a later stay for a week. Park was full both days we were there. - rvicsvol
Aug 2015 - $10.00
: Rather disappointed with this Elks RV facility. They have a huge parking lot just on the outskirts of downtown, so it is in a traffic area right across the street from Safeway. Instead of putting the RVers in the quieter portion of the parking lot, the 5 RV spaces are right at the intersection with lots of traffic noise. There are also people cutting through the lot to get to Safeway, so there is not much privacy. Finally, there is absolutely no shade, so in the hot afternoon sun, we were baking. The lot is blacktop and needs repair. There is only electricity at the site. OK for overnight stopover. - gtogrl