24 Parks near Rogue River, Oregon
Jul 2016 - $26.00
This Oregon State Park has real possibilities but also has issues. First, the positives. It's right off the I-5 freeway so access is easy. The park runs alongside the Rogue River so the scenery is beautiful. Many critters and birds abound in the park. The hosts and rangers are helpful and pleasant.
On the negative side, being a state park, it has to serve everyone. The homeless have figured out how to game the system and practically live there full time. Some seem to have figured out ways to sneak in late and leave early to evade park fees. No one caused a problem but their makeshift tents are unsightly. The freeway noise can be annoying if you're a light sleeper. At some sites, the ground squirrels have torn up the ground to the point where one could break an ankle. $26 per night for electric and water with no discount for weekly rates seems steep.
The rules seem to be guidelines and no one seems too concerned about enforcing them. People brazenly cut through others' sites and the restrooms/showers can look like a frat house bathroom. - LM&TinView
Oct 2015 - $28.00
Nice Oregon State Park by the rogue River.
Black top sites with some full hook-ups, some water & electric.
Sites are located around camping loops with nice grass areas and trees. Good amount of space between sites. Nice walking trails through the park and along the river.
Can be challenging to find satellite access for roof mounted satellites. - Navy RV Traveler
Oct 2015 - $31.00
Stayed for three nights. This is a very nice Oregon state park. Pad was level and fit our 40' motorhome and towed vehicle easily. Our site had full hookups and all utilities were conveniently located and worked well. We backed right up to the Rogue River and you could hear the rapids at night. Conveniently located to the area attractions. - RognBon
Jun 2016 - $40.00
We spent four leisurely days at Bridgeview RV in Rogue River. We were greeted effusively by the very knowledgeable managers, Georgia and Al who provided us with a ton of very useful southern Oregon literature. In making the phone reservation, Georgia had asked what we were interested in doing during our stay, and the brochures she provided were tailored to those interests (fly fishing, Shakespearean plays in Ashland, and notable wineries).
During the check-in process, I could see that I may have made a mistake in pulling my 5th wheel up to the office. When departing the office area, we barely fit between a motorhome and fifth wheel that seemed to belong to permanent residents residing within 25 feet of the office. Close...very close quarters. Even being guided to our pull-thru spot (#29), we dodged numerous parked vehicles adjacent to their RVs. The helpful guide maneuvered us into our spot with relatively little difficulty. Bridgeview seems to have very few sites for short term RVers, but those sites parallel to the Rogue River are gorgeous! Even with the ever present road noise from Interstate 5, we very much enjoyed our stay.
With a little jockeying we got a good satellite TV signal. Water pressure was very good, but the wifi was very sketchy along the river sites. A lush pet area with beautiful flowers and shrubbery rounds out Bridgeview RV. All in all, we would return to Bridgeview when traveling through southern Oregon. - Professor Ken
Apr 2016 - $41.00
First off, the good. l must say the management here is wonderful. They are so helpful and informative, and will go out of their way to help in anyway possible.
We were in a riverfront spot, which was huge. We had room for the fifth wheel, the truck, the car, and a picnic table, and still had tons of room left over.
Park wifi worked pretty well with our wifi ranger, so we saved on our data while we were here. AT&T phone, Verizon data and phone, and our rooftop satellite all worked well. No utility problems. The unobstructed view of the river was very nice.
This park is 80% residents, which only leaves 5-7 spots for short stays. We were highly entertained by the local honkers. They get very territorial during mating season.
Now the not so good... The traffic across the river on I-5 is deafening. Some say it is white noise, but you cannot hold a conversation outside, at a normal level, and after a couple days, it gets quite frustrating.
Due to all the long term residents, maneuvering though to the river front spots can be quite challenging, if they are all
" home ", if you have a bigrig.
We were there during boxelder beetle mating time, and there were literally millions of them. It was ok at first, then it started creeping me out. Also, the trees were shedding some sticky substance, which created the biggest mess we have ever had, and we have traveled many thousands of miles. We still haven't gotten all the sticky stuff off.
Next time we come through the area, we will stay at the State Park down the highway. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Nice clean park. Grass between lots. Good power and water. Concrete pads and pretty level. The people working here are great and friendly. As other have said will give you lots of info on the area. The only complaint is the road noise. You are parked closed together also. Small park so you better call in advance because all the parks around here fill up fast. Lots of trees for shade. - neilontheroad
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Nice little park. Power is good. Water pressure is OK. Nice and quiet. Since it is small and most are permanents you need to make a reservation ahead of time. Main roads are asphalt and sites are gravel. Pretty level. Have trees for some shade. Grass between sites. The only issue is the 5th wheels park their trucks in front and can be hard to get out. Cannot beat the price of $28. Would stay again. - neilontheroad
Jun 2015 - $11.00
Very nice & clean, friendly & helpful staff. Good dog walk. Would go back. - boobiehatch
May 2015 - $32.00
Long gravel sites. Good utilities. Very nice and helpful staff. He helped us park and leave. The managers worked on the grounds everyday. The roads are a little tight so go slow. The entrance signs are not easily visible. - The Griffins
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Highly overpriced. The campground is probably at least 95% permanent residents and there are many mobile homes with various older RVs mixed in. Quite messy and dirty - clearly no rules regarding the appearance or maintenance of the residents outside areas. The sites are narrow and packed in - neighbors are very close, cats are running around.
The river is below the park, and the highway is very close by. Quite a bit of road noise.
WiFi is open and quite slow.
The whole park needs maintenance. The restrooms could be cleaner.
One of the residents helped our kids unhook a small fish by the river, and was very nice to them - and came by our RV after to say hello. Very positive ex-service person with a great attitude. That person saved our day :-)
Would not come again, though. - International tourist
Mar 2006 - $17.00
Beautiful, older park with views of mountains and river. Each space is huge providing the occupant with their own "yard", giving plenty of space for privacy. Owners are very friendly and knowledgeable of area interests. Rates are very reasonable and park is kept clean. Would definitely stay there again. - txtransplants
Nov 2015 - $32.00
This is a convenient (to I-5) well maintained park. Wi-fi was good and facilities kept up. Rate is for water & electric site. - Vista Queen
Sep 2015 - $35.00
KOA discount for a FHU, 50 amp, pull-thru, level, dirt site with surrounding grass area under trees. Basic cable TV. No satellite reception because of trees. WiFi work okay. Good Verizon cell and MiFi reception. There was not much noise from I-5. We stayed for three nights to visit Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Cave National Monument. - Dave51
Aug 2015 - $33.00
First KOA visit in a long time. A bit disappointing only had water and 30 amp at our site but was able to pull forward in the gravel site and get a signal
Campsite had discarded trash and a dead bird on arrival. Campground in general was somewhat run down. Surprised that a KOA was this worn. Site was level. Staff was friendly and when site problems were brought to their attention the problems were addressed quickly
Requires driving for restaurants and supplies as facility is rural. - Old Detective
Feb 2016 - $36.00
I have stayed at Moon Mountain RV on numerous occasions over the years. The park was recently acquired by a new owner and who was once a wonderful manager, is leaving. The new owner is extremely unfriendly and unethical. We ended up staying for several nights and had to pay electricity. We took a picture of our meter the day we arrived and he grossly overcharged us. We thought maybe it was a mistake but after running the numbers and confronting him on the issue it became a big battle instead of something he chose to work out with the customer. I was very disappointed. The park was full of dog poop and what used to be the area where I could walk the dog, is closed. In addition, there are aggressive dogs in the park that came after my dog while in our campsite! The freeway noise make the visit more like a truck stop.We stay here for three nights and couldn't wait to leave. We are saddened that the other options in town were full. I would not recommend this place to anyone and I will not be returning again. - RVLife4us
Dec 2015 - $28.00
Moon Mtn. RV is currently under new management and ownership as of December 2015. Many positive updates are now in place to make for better wifi and overall experience for guests. The trash is no longer picked up at 5:50am (yeah!) and the laundry and bathrooms are spotless. The manager couldn't be more sincere and helpful and we greatly appreciated his help when we needed to depart a week early from out 1 month stay. The park is clean and quiet despite being near the freeway. The slope of the property keeps traffic noise very low. We enjoyed walking down the road to Tom Pearce Park and playing disc golf and accessing the paved bike and birding paths along the Rouge River. Moon Mtn. RV has level sites on concrete with trees and landscape. The location is ideal to town and a super hub for Crater Lake, river rafting and fishing. We stayed here in a 37 ft 5th wheel for 3 1/2 weeks with two dogs and would return again. This park is safe and the neighbor's were very friendly. - RVLife4us
Sep 2015 - $35.00
The manager was very gracious. The park was clean and organized. The only thing we did not like was the spaces are right on top of each other, there wasn't even room for a picnic table. Other than that, pretty nice spot to take a rest. - RVLifer1962
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This park is the model of what every rv park should be. It is green and beautiful and there are NO seasonal sites. Lots of young families with children and a river to swim in. We would have stayed longer but it was booked up and we had to give up our site to the next camper. We would go back there in a second! You will feel welcome as soon as you check in as the park hosts stop by and introduce themselves and explain all of the ameneties and nearby tourist attractions. We enjoyed our stay. - Perfection expected
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Beautiful, well maintained, small park on the river's edge. We had a 31' class C motor home and we moved in comfortably around mature cottonwood trees. The only reason we rated a 9 is because a number of the sites are tight. But love being close to the Rouge river, and this location has a shared sandy beach for all guests to enjoy. Even if you have an interior space, you can bring your chair over and enjoy the water. (Pretty cold and it is moving at a good clip!)
Concrete pad, full hook up, on the river for $40 is a good deal! We were only passing thru, but like this spot so much, hope to come back and stay a couple of days! - ktboz
Mar 2016 - $31.00
Always a great place to stay and the managers are very friendly and take pride in their service and the overall condition of the park. Narrow roads and a steep driveway down to the park from the hwy. Some of the sites need to have the pads replaced. The road through the campground is narrow. - Bob2013
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This is well-kept basic park with few amenities. I wouldn't call it a "Resort" since there are no amenities other than laundry and restrooms. "RV Park" would be a better naming choice. The park is very well maintained. We've stayed at about 40 parks in the past 2 years, and this may be best landscaped and maintained park we've been too. Very clean, tidy, easy to navigate. There is a lot of road noise, if that sort of thing bothers you (it doesn't bother us). - JPen365
Jun 2016 - $36.00
I've stayed at this park several times over the last few years. It's a nicely landscaped park. Spaces are somewhat close to each other. The downside to this park is the road noise which is very noticeable outside. Once you leave the hiway you must go a few blocks and then double back to the park because of one way streets. It's well marked and not a problem. Wifi worked well, and Direct TV Sat was not a problem. - supercub
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is a great park with cable and good wifi. The disadvantage is the highway noise. Not a problem at night unless windows are open but since the nights were in the 40's didn't affect us. Would stay again as town is nice and good for day trips. - littlegeneral
Oct 2015 - $32.00
We often stop here on our trips through Oregon. It convenient, clean and close to tons of food including our favorites, Black Bear and Taco Bell. It a basic overnight stop, like the title implies. The WiFi was the best I've experienced for some time at a campground...
People there were nice and friendly. - Kuntry Kuzin
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This is a very basic RV Park with lots of permanent residents. Paved roads but pea gravel pads. Poor maintenance. I will not stay here again. Too primitive. - bradydane2009
Aug 2015 - $33.00
Very clean park. Good basic services. The WiFi worked intermittently. Very quiet and large trees provide shade. We would stay here again. Thanks for the Good Sam discount. - Nevadatude
699 Jumpoff Joe Creek Rd Grants Pass, Oregon 97526 (map) | (541) 479-7974
Sites: 63 | Latest Rate: $42.00 | 43 Reviews
May 2016 - $42.00
This is now called Grant Falls KOA and is A charming "hidden gem." The campground was once known as "Jumpoff Joe Creek RV Park, but was transitioned to a KOA a few months ago (2016). The roads are gravel, but wide. The sites are also gravel and relatively flat. Shade trees, flowers, a fenced pet walk area. WiFi is not great (rarely is at campgrounds), but the best thing is that a small waterfall called "Jump Off Joe Waterfall" is a short walk on the property. It also has a great, but freezing, natural swimming hole. We are sitting on moss-covered rocks enjoying the tranquility and reflecting. Nice, quiet park. Would stay here again. - DebGA
Apr 2016 - $42.00
This is now a KOA. Easy to get to off I-5. Lots of room to move around as we have a 40' 5th wheel. An older park but kept clean. We stayed one night on our way back from Palm Springs to BC. Would stay here again on a stopover. Lot spacing was nearby with some shade. Site surface was gravel. - North America in 90 days
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Rate based on monthly stay. Beautiful, rural setting yet only a mile off of hwy 5. About 20 min drive into GP, closer to small town of Merlin. Fabulous staff, very clean park. Two sections-on top nearer the camp store, and bottom nearer the creek. Although easier to maneuver a big rig on top section, we did see some big rigs opt for the bottom section. Good wifi, no cable tv. Some sites offer a nice deck. Two staircased trails down to creek, very full and rushing waterfall during our stay. Nature trails make for a nice walk with the dogs. Very pet friendly with 2 resident goats. Park is recently added to the KOA family accounting for the high price. Nice camp store with book exchange and dvd rentals. Would stay again. - lovinretirement