3 Parks near Pendleton, Oregon
Jul 2015 - $38.00
The majority of the sites that we saw in this park are quite tight, with ones in the center being back to back sites. We had very little room to park our truck and just barely fit into the site assigned to us. The single tree next to us was so close that our slide pushed into to get it open. I used the laundry and it was clean and convenient. The location is an easy drive into downtown Pendleton and close to the highway.
When we booked, we selected a back-in, full hookup 50/30 amp site. Our spot was is in the middle of the park, with another site directly behind us. We unhooked, leveled, and I went to plug in and the site only had 30 amp, with the heat we really wanted 50 amps to run both AC's (highs were 100+), and we had reserved a site with 50 amps. We went up to the office and they only had one 50 amp site for our stay (just a couple of days, but over the 4th). It wasn't a great location and looked awkward to get into, and we'd have to take our bikes and bike rack off to fit in. We decided to see if we could live with 30 amp for a couple of days.
This was a learning experience for us, we thought if you reserved 50 amp that you will get it. It's especially frustrating because, before our arrival, I tried to get the days leading up to our stay but they only showed 30 amp available, which led us to believe that we really had 50 amp. It's the ultimate in bait and switch. We don't often stay at KOA's, if we can help it, but we hadn't experienced this problem before, so we really were upset about it. At least the staff attempted to be accommodating, and they weren't upset when we told them we backed in to the picnic table and bent it.
Overall, we survived and we're glad that we cut our time there short. If you need to be in the Pendleton area, by all means stay here, just don't expect a bunch of room and be prepared to not get what you reserved if it's a busy weekend. - Uno Mas
Jul 2015 - $39.00
We stayed here one night in a pull-through spot. It was clean and well-maintained, in a location convenient for us to stop for the night. Check-in was efficient and friendly. Two sides of the campground have views of the Blue Mountains. We used the campground Wi-Fi , which was reasonably fast, and had excellent cell coverage via Verizon. We did not use laundry, showers, or restrooms. We would consider staying here again. - MalwinCamping
Mar 2015 - $39.00
This is a nice RV park. Utilities and WiFi are good, the location is quiet. The streets are nicely paved, driveways and patio areas are gravel. The 30amp/50amp We stayed in a fifth wheel. - fusion34
Jul 2013 - $31.00
I should have read the reviews! It's hot weather time and sitting on blacktop is a poor deal. The view is of container pods for rent! Surely, there must be a more pleasant RV park in this area! Blacktop pavement everywhere and crushed asphalt in a concrete curb for hookups and lot dividers. Bring an extra long sewer hose and if you are towing, only a few lots can accommodate your length. Road noise from the interstate and the railroad. A desperate choice to park overnight. - oldengine
Aug 2012 - $31.00
This is an asphalt parking lot with hook ups. Everything is wrong. All of the hook ups are at the front of the spots requiring the full extent of hoses and power cords to reach. Our truck had to stick out into the road. No trees, in fact, nothing of beauty at all. The sites are not level. The cable hook up was stripped bare. The "park" is half full of shipping containers. I gave a rating of 4 only because the owner was nice and the restrooms were clean. - User2690
Jul 2012 - $30.00
We had reservations, site unseen. Once we saw the park we moved on. Short pull thrus, very bare bones park. It looked like a lot of long time residents. I would imagine this park is a good place to stay for an overnight and move on. Right on Hwy84 "Overlooking" the freeway. Can't really comment on the ammenities because we didn't stay. - Kubicle
Aug 2015 - $30.00
We stayed for a couple of days and found the park to be very adequate. Staff was friendly and the sites were narrow, but acceptable. The sewer is at the read of the site so you may have to disconnect your toad in order to dump. We just parked at the back of the site and parked the toad in the front.
The Wifi was very good and there were no trees so a sat connection is easy. The casino is a short walk from the CG and it does have some nice amenities. We would definitely stay again for an overnight or a few days.
Pendleton is just about 5 miles west. - nmunozjr
Aug 2015 - $32.00
Easy check in. Nice level paved roads and pads. Very good Wi-Fi. A good grassy area for pets. Each site had a picnic table. Local tv channels came in clear. Although we only stayed for one night we would stay here again. - EggerMar
Aug 2015 - $40.00
conveniently just off I-84. 100 sites, all FHU w/either 30 or 50 amp (more 30 available than 50), most are pull thrus, picnic table at each site, asphalt sites with grass between, not a lot of trees but some, level sites and most are long enough for big rigs and tow vehicles (the rest have to park sideways to their rig) heated outdoor pool, laundry, showers and restrooms. 30 day limit. Free shuttle to casino. There is also a golf course and there are several restaurants at the resort. - TX Camper