15 Parks near Selma, Oregon
Oct 2015 - $30.00
The price does not include the $8 reservation fee that is charged through Reserve America. The park is situated in among the trees of a county park almost right on the lake. The full hookups were adequate for our purposes. Even over a holiday weekend, it wasn't very crowded. Nice location and a better deal than the nearby resort. - Ugly SAM
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Arrived on a Saturday, paid for two nights, but left the next morning. All roads are dirt--dusty dirt--making an outdoor activity around the trailer impossible. A fire ring is available at each site, but with the constant traffic (our site was an intersection of three roads), having an evening fire was out of the question. Too many barking dogs and people walking through our site. Restrooms were absolutely disgusting--mold up 1/3 of plastic shower curtain, mud piling up in corners, and the black shower mat gave off an awful smell and sound when stepped on. - coachgal
Jul 2012 - $30.00
Pretty spot and all spots are shady. There is a great mini golf course right across the street from lake, just yards away. Bathrooms and showers very clean and nice. Store well equipped with food, ice, bait, etc. Store closes at 6 pm weekdays later on weekends. Great small lake for kayaking, fishing, swimming, very warm in early July. We we are from Northern CA use to 110 degrees. Close to the small town of Selma. Close to Oregon caves. Easy access for any level driver with any level RV. Gorgeous location. State Park around all of the lake with trails, playgrounds, horse camps, and other camp sites. Picked this spot out with a pin stuck in the map, and we will come back here over and over. Loved all of it. - lamkinranch
Jul 2015 - $0.00
This place is a joke . All the sites are dirt or gravel. If you have a rig over 30 feet, don't even try. We asked for a 30 amp site. The owner said he had a couple of them. One was full of junk and he wasn't sure if the other one worked. Each site we looked at had a coffee can full of cigarette butts. We had our grandkids with us. We drove through and left. Would not stay there if this the last place to stay. - Foglesong
Apr 2015 - $25.00
This is a campgrd, not a paved parking lot- style RV park. Creekside, lots of trees. Very quiet in April with few other campers. Grounds & restroom/shower very clean. - Taco stand
Oct 2012 - $25.00
Very nice and quite park, No Wi-Fi and not the best cell phone or MiFi card reception. No TV reception at all. Host are very nice and friendly. very beautiful area. We would come back - Mike and Darcy
Oct 2015 - $15.00
This is an OK stop for a small rural town. The big attraction is being close to the Oregon Caves National Monument entrance. (Note, the caves are about 20 miles drive from the visitor center.) The RV park was basic with a few pull throughs, on the shabby side with several full timers, but the restrooms were very clean. Friendly staff, full hook-ups and basic cable, didn't use wi-fi. Price is PA, but they only allow one day with the discount. Sure not a place I'd want to stay for any length of time, but safe and the best there was in this very remote area. For a quick one night stay it was fine. - Syncro
Jul 2015 - $25.00
The people are very nice. The pull-through sites were easy to get in and out. Easy to get to the river. All sites are grass and very quiet at night. Stayed there with a 30' RV and would stay there again. - Foglesong
Jun 2014 - $26.00
Camp hosts were *super* nice! Very friendly, helpful and hospitable. The park itself is "rustic", with dirt paths and dirt pads. That said, it looks like they are pretty level and our spot didn't require boards, etc. It's a nice setting and a river runs directly behind the park with many of the back-in spots along it providing a nice view out the back window while one enjoys morning coffee. This place is a bargain! If we find ourselves in Cave Junction again, we would certainly consider this park next time! - ZagiFlyer
Aug 2012 - $22.00
Another jewel in the Josephine County Oregon park system. Very small park right on the Rogue River - excellent swimming ! We saw deer, blue heron, river otters, ducks, and geese. No cell phone service or Wi-Fi but we picked 2 quarts of blackberries. Camp Host very friendly and helpful. Generally we camp in California and the $22 per night fee for full hook ups was unbelievable. Would stay here again if I ever have the chance! - ctravelgal04
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Nice park close to the Oregon Caves and Brookings Oregon. We stayed for a week and had a pleasant experience. The outer sites are back-in and most were in use by full-timers or people on extended stays of several months. Our pull-through site was easy in and out and everything worked great. The water connection is at the front of the site so you need a long hose. Sites are tight but they have grass and a nice picnic table area. Wi-fi was spotty and there was no cell phone reception without a booster. No pool but there is a small creek with a beach area where you can get wet. Extremely clean and well kept park. The only real down-side was road noise. There was a road next to the park and it seemed like many of the trucks had worn out mufflers. - z32k12
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Nice little park. Owners were very welcoming and helpful. There is a small pond to swim in BBQ area in center of park, gazebo, horse shoe game area. Laundry room was clean. Cost was $1.25 per wash and dry using the honor system. To take a shower the cost was $1.25 for 15 minutes which was a surprise.
No internet working (very frustrating) and minimal Verizon cell service. - Rosie the dog
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We liked the park, landscaped grounds, spacious sites. Our stay was brief. We just spent 2 nights. Staff friendly and helpful. As previous comments mention, when they say WiFi is available, make it available, please. Especially if no cell service coverage. We needed to confirm reservations for our next stop on the OR coast. - betteonline
Dec 2015 - $30.00
Schroeder Park is beautiful with wonderful camp hosts and a Ranger who all work hard at their positions. The RV sites are asphalt and grass and mostly separated by large privacy shrubs. The trees in this lush, green park are aged and lovely. Adjacent to Schroeder is a very nice dog park. Solid 50 amp and water pressure at our RV site. The issue: homeless defecating in the park and on the back hill behind our RV site. People living in tents with pit bulls and blaring TV's are not what I pay $30 a night for. This is not a park where you feel safe or an area where you should walk at night nor leave anything in your car. We had several items stolen and the dog and human feces really did us in. We regret that we will never return nor can we honestly suggest anyone do the same. I so wish someone would had posted these facts before we made an on line reservation for 10 days. It's really a shame as the staff is sincere and the park itself is very nice. - RVLife4us
Oct 2015 - $30.00
A great little park if you want to stay close in to the city of Grants Pass but don't want the commercial type park. Right next to the Rogue River, quiet and well kept. The driveways have become buckled somewhat by the large trees but not a huge issue. Camp host was very friendly. If you are looking for seclusion near the city, this is a good bet. - Reddingscott
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This is a Park in decline. Josephine County doesn't provide financial support so the camping fees are all the funding available for upkeep, maintenance and repairs. Camp host is friendly and helpful, also hopeful. We usually select a pull-thru full hookup site but this time ALL the pull-thru sites were occupied by tent campers, that we didn't understand. The six sites available to RV's were back-in with full hook-ups, next to the upper part of the park and fence. The fee was raised $8 from our last stay here in 2014 and nothing has changed for the better. The website should show which sites are available on a day to day basis. The utilities all worked okay in the RV sites. Wi-Fi was iffy, HDTV brought 4 stations not worth watching. Restrooms and showers were being kept clean by the host couple. The propane source on Redwoods Highway was selling for $1.60 gallon this year. We feel the nightly fee, for what is offered here, is way too much. Next year we will find another RV park in Grants Pass. - SilverBear
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
Aug 2016 - $32.00
We love this RV Park. Right on the Rogue River. The River Front spots are best. Sites are tightly spaced but being on the river compensates for the forced togetherness.
This park was designed pre slideouts which explains the tight sites. The concrete pads are a bit beat up, again placed before the advent of big, heavy diesel coaches.
This was our fourth trip here and will be back. - RPFawcett
Aug 2016 - $30.00
OK park but tightly packed. Trees, grass. Was nice enough just to close in to each other. - abqnm
Aug 2016 - $32.00
This is a small and intimate campground bordering the Rogue River. While the many of the sites are tight, our 35' motor home and the 42' one next to us were able to back in to our sites with out any trouble, and still had room for our tow vehicles. There are locations to sit and watch the river as well as a beach. Throughout the park, there is a collection of unique and eclectic wood carvings and metal sculptures which were made by the prior owner. The couple who currently own the par could not have been any nicer, friendlier or more helpful ... from check-in to assisting is back into our site. We would highly recommend accessing the campground from Exit 48 off I-5 and traveling north on the Rogue River Highway as opposed to exiting further north and trying to navigate the Grant Pass traffic and confusing roads. We also found getting gas easier in Rough River (exit 48) than at any of the stations we tried to access in Grant Pass. - dandd
Aug 2016 - $23.00
This is a very neat and lovely smaller RV park. There are a lot of long term people but you would never know it by looking at the sites. The owners/managers take real pride in the park. We were put in a pull thru site that was simple to get in and out with our 40 ft rig. Moving through the park was very easy. Cell and Verizon air card worked okay but not great. This park is a little out of town but it was very peaceful, so I would stay here again. We could hear a couple trains in the evening, but nothing that bothered our sleep overnight. The price was excellent and was for full hook ups and 50 amp service. The site was level, utilities worked well and there was an area for the dog to play, although it wasn't fenced. Fencing the area would be a good idea, but otherwise the park was great. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - Danni
Nov 2015 - $27.00
Great small park. I'd give it a 10 if it had cable TV. The WiFi even works most of the time, until someone starts downloading video.
We had a back-in site that must be over 60' long and 30' wide. We can park the car in front of, or beside the coach. The driveways are very wide, so access is outstanding. Very nice restroom/showers. The laundry is small and dated but works fine. Two large fields to walk the dogs, but no fenced off-leash area.
Most of the sites are long term or permanent residents. A few of the sites were a little cluttered but none are junky. I met the owner, and he is on site every day keeping an eye on things. A train goes by a couple of times a day about 1/4 mile away. There was no noise at night.
Call ahead. They don't have many open sites, even during the off season. - bobcovey
Jun 2015 - $24.00
This is a good basic park. Not many amenities but level rock pads on the pull throughs with easy hook ups. A lot of full season occupants but park is very quite and very clean. No cable as advertised but you can pick up some over the air stuff. I would return. - aznumwa339