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2 RV Parks near Riley, Oregon
Jul 2018 - $20.00
I was going to stop in Burns at a CG we had been to before. Found it full with a swim meet in town. Owners sent me here after confirming they had space. It's a great little stop with good water, 30amp service and a small pond. Town is two buildings, the store and the post office across the road. It was quite at night. It's an oasis in the middle of no where. I loved the place no pretense just a great over night spot. At $20 a night it would be worth staying and exploring the area. - Edd505
Jun 2018 - $20.00
It was a very windy day so I was happy to arrive here and not have to drive any further. Not much to say that hasn't beem said about the park. Nothing has changed here. All of the sites were empty so I took my pick. Some road noise from the trucks using their exhaust brakes when turning on to US 395 from US 20. - mrracechaser
Aug 2016 - $15.00
An oasis in the middle of no where. There is a gas station/c store/archery shop under one roof and a post office across the street. Nice staff in the store. Water and electric hook ups appear to be nearly new. Aside from a few "creepers" that stop by the road to use the porta johns, garbage can and picnic tables the store puts there just to be nice, there were zero issues. I would stay here again for sure! - Wyoming Wanderers
Sep 2017 - $4.00
This is dry camping with outhouses and not much else. Big time fishing area and I believe the fish cleaning station is open and one could get water there in a container. Perhaps they could pull up to it and use a hose, unknown. Often there is a host in the first site. This area is beautiful, wide open high desert space. Despite the loneliness and isolation out here we have always felt safe here. - saturn7
Jun 2017 - $8.00
This is a desert like setting on the reservoir with sage and low brush covering the ground. No trees. Sites are large enough for large motorhome with tow. Some sites have covered and wind sheltered picnic table. Sites are 30-100+ yards apart. No water, electric or sewer. No dump. It was to windy to go out on the water while we were here. - Big Murr
Jun 2017 - $4.00
The campground is a gravel road with spurs (many are pull thrus) that winds around the reservoir. There may be sites after the official park ends. Everyone gets a table and campfire ring. Very popular with fishermen, but I have never found the park to be full. Simple place to stay, trashcans available, might be a fish cleaning station but it was not open during our stay. Sometimes there is a host. This place can be windy. - saturn7