2 Parks near Phoenix, Oregon
Dec 2015 - $44.00
We stayed here one night before going over the mountain to California. It rained the entire evening; therefore, we didn't use any of the facilities. The lady in the office was great. There is construction in the exit and her directions were perfect. The spaces were tight but we would have had room for a tow vehicle if we were towing. We heard no freeway noise. We would stay here again. - Cc rambler
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Not a bad place to stop for a day or so or before you go over the pass to CA. The owners put the short timers in old poorly maintained sites. No room ,no grass, shared cable. Park needs alot of TLC. Would not stay there for more than 2 days. - Rosco
Jul 2015 - $36.00
Tight spaces, but nice park, Bear Creek runs alongside, it is picturesque. Grass, trees, but you can get a space where your satellite dish won't be blocked. Hard to find because of road construction, but worth the trouble. Nice pool, park is clean, well maintained. Paved spaces, level, good sewer hookups, great water pressure, 50 amps. Very nice, friendly owners. We have stayed here twice, will stay again, about 10 days each time. - vandystargazer
Oct 2015 - $44.00
Very helpful and friendly people at the front desk. We really appreciated getting the last spot after a day on the road. The park is tucked in behind a motel and close to the highway. Noise wasn't really a problem. Our site was a convenient pull-through near the pool and the washrooms. Site was a level cement pad with grass around it. Services worked well, including the WiFi. - carliewired
Jul 2015 - $44.00
The grounds are well manicured, sites are long and have full hookups on asphalt with grassy areas and a picnic table. I stayed here two nights, and then two more since I couldn't get a spot in any other park in the area.
What turned me off was the dog "park". I ended up cleaning up the dog feces because the place was horrible. The uncovered trash can had not been emptied for at LEAST a month (think 33 gallon trash can half full of flies, feces and MAGGOTS!). The dog "park" is fenced, but just has pea gravel and is rather small, triangular in shape. There are other places to walk your dog that are much more pleasant.
The trash bins in the rest rooms were overflowing. The managers run the Super 8 Motel in front, and these RV spots are behind the pool area and are like the stepchildren of the motel. For an overnight, they are fine. Easy signage from the freeway (east side of I-5) to find it, but the Fern Valley construction can be disconcerting. The long-term site holders have clean sites, and there are no dead cars or trash around them. - Elin
Feb 2015 - $43.00
This is a good park for an overnIght stay. The sites are a good size, and access is easy. The nightly rate is high, but there is not much choice in this area. The WIFI and Cable TV are good. We would stay here again as a one night stop. - leom