Wow, what a steep parking area used for registration. The owner of the park was very friendly and accommodating. The biggest turnoff for us was the sewage smell. It was present through the lower camping area. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $37.00
Clean quiet park with spotless lovely bathrooms and showers. Right on the Tualatin river. There were a number of longer term residents, but strict policies keep the place looking sharp. The park is pet-friendly, with a nice dog-walking area along the river. This is not a destination resort but it can be a pleasant place to camp while visiting Portland. Sites are close together, though it's easy to get in and out. No picnic tables or fire rings; there just isn't room. Grassy areas between camping pads. Steep but manageable hill down from the office to the riverfront sites. Camping sites on the bluff are largely in use by longer term residents, so you'll most likely be camping down by the river, which is actually fine because you get less road noise down there. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
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Conveniently located for visits to Portland and surrounding areas. There's also an Elmer's restaurant a couple miles up hwy 99. That's a great place to get breakfast on the way to Portland.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $37.00
The people at this rv park are very nice. The problem is that the price is high and you are only getting a place to park your vehicle. There are no amenities such as a picnic table or any more channels on the tv. There are only 10 channels and the Wifi is not very good. I would think that for $37.00 with Good Sam that you would get more. There is a lot of doggie poop along the grass and not just in the dog walking areas. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $35.00
Sites were a little close together and there wasn't easy access to the dog area without going between rigs. But, that said, it was well-maintained and actually a lot quieter than I expected. The river isn't much to brag about this time of year, probably better in the spring. It was centrally located to where we wanted to go, although a ways from the freeway....which contributed to the quiet! Long area to walk the dog where the sites stopped. We would return for another stay. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Motorhome.
The park is well-kept and clean. There isn't much space between spaces, but it's not excessively cramped. Back-in spaces get an extra paved space next to your RV for your tow vehicle. There is a path that leads down to the river which is directly behind the park and some back-in spaces are right on it. Park host was really friendly and helpful. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $33.00
Stayed here many times. It is the only RV park in the area. Steep entry. The cable TV is not good. There are only about 10 channels. The Wi-Fi sometimes works and mostly does not. For a higher price park, they don't offer much. The park overall is nice but the spots are tight. Many long-term guests. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $33.00
A very nice small park on the Tualatin River. Most sites are very close together, but we were able to get Site #79, one of the best in the park. Office staff are very helpful and friendly. Park is very clean and safe, with beautiful landscaping. Good water pressure and electricity. Steep driveway from highway is manageable, but once inside the park, concrete slabs are level and in good condition. Cable is snowy at times, and very limited number of channels. Satellite is best in lower part of the park, where less trees and obstruction from hills. We stay in this park every year when we visit family nearby. About a 20 minute drive to Portland and the wine country to the south. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $37.00
Wide, level spaces in a quiet beautifully landscaped setting. Yes, the entry is a bit steep, but doable. Bathrooms and laundry are spotless! Washing machine was $1.25, compared to $4.00 in some places further north. Staff was friendly and polite. This was our second time here, and will stay here again when in the area. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Very nice park, clean and quiet. Entry is a but steep, but no real problem. Sites are a bit small, but large enough. No picnic tables, but a grass area to put your own furniture on. The sites are concrete, level, and easy to access. Bathroom were great! Outstanding water pressure. Individual bathrooms with full shower, toilet and sink. Best we have seen. Laundry room clean, with 4 each washer/dryer. Good Internet, cable was a bit fuzzy. We'd definitely stay here again, our favorite park in Oregon. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $37.00
Had An emergency here in Tualatin and desperately needed a place to stay in the middle of August. Because of the nature of the emergency we weren't sure how long we were going to stay. Denise our contact person absolutely took care of our problem and made it so easy for us. The resort is very quiet yet close to town. Can't say enough things about this operation. Just this morning we asked to extend our stay and between Leslie and Denise all was taken care of again. Our emergency is resolved and now we can relax and enjoy our stay at roamers. Thanks you guys!!!!! We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $38.00
In this case the people that run the place are a bit aloof or argumentative. Seems when an expensive big rig breaks the rules and runs a generator it's: "Oh, they are just here one day." Also, this place is laid out for little trailers and little class C rigs. If you have a good size 5er or travel trailer there is no place for your tow vehicle, very tight. The entrance is straight down hill, and you are supposed to park there to register? We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for several days while visiting relatives in the area. This park is clean with concrete pads and good hookups. Sites were a bit close to each other, but since we were gone most of each day it did not affect us. Overall we found it quiet and comfortable. Exiting the park onto Hwy 99W can be tricky as the highway curves just prior to reaching the exit blocking visibility of on coming traffic and you can only go south. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
The Good Sam rate was $37.82, which we took in desperation for the Portland area. Nice wooded park, but entry is scary: steep parking incline for office check-in, then more incline into sites. Ours wasn't level at all, but was close to very nice shower and laundry room. Fine stop for overnight. Super nice owner / manager. but other office assistant. was clueless about area. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects monthly rate which includes cable, water and sewer. Electricity is billed separately. The park is a very nicely kept park with concrete pads that are quite level and sites up where we are decent size, not huge but comfortable. Grass at almost all sites and all is constantly maintained. The bathrooms are spotless and everything works perfectly. What the park isn't is a destination park with "stuff" to do, no playground or swimming pool or spa. It is a well kept park close in for visiting the greater Portland/Beaverton area. Especially at the monthly rate it is a good value. We will most likely stay here again when visiting our daughter and granddaughter. We camped at Roamer's Rest RV Park in a Motorhome.