9 Parks near Vale, Oregon
Aug 2016 - $31.00
Nice little park for an overnight. All utilities worked well including the WiFi. Staff was very friendly. Our site was quite level. The park was clean and orderly. Thankfully there was no auction in progress the night we were there. We would definitely stay here again. - Airstreamers
Jun 2016 - $15.00
Very well kept county park. Had 50 amp service. No water or sewer at site. Dump station available for free for paying campers. $10 to dump if not camping.
Park is on a reservoir so lake levels will vary. We would stay here again.
They do currently have high levels of arsenic in the water. Come with tanks of fresh water full. - amdriven2liv
Sep 2014 - $20.00
Love this place. This is our kind of favorite RV park/campground. Low profile, off the beaten path. Sites are spread out with lawns and trees. Cell service was good and our Verizon WIFI card worked well. Great level gravel sites many with nice views of the reservoir. Unfortunately a drought is occurring now and the reservoir is down to 1% of capacity and they had to stop watering the lawns. Some sites can have water hookups if you hose is long enough. Large open areas to let the dogs run. Staff was friendly and helpful. This place goes on our list of favorites. - hhendrix
Sep 2016 - $33.00
Nice clean park. Easy access. Front desk people very nice and helpful. Great place for a night or two. - wondering resort
Sep 2016 - $32.00
This was just a one night stay on the way from Idaho to California. We had a sight that was virtually level and allowed us to remained hooked up to our tow vehicle. Our host was awesome and suggested a history-mural walk around this historic town that was cool. We would stay here again :) - CJtripping
Aug 2016 - $32.00
As others have said - this is a sweet place to stay. Vale is a cute little town and this small park is just as cute. You do have to turn into the office entrance to check-in then go back out on the street and turn left into the rows accessing the sites. But it is no big deal - I am 42' pulling a full size pick-up and there was plenty of room in front of the office, adequate room in the parking rows. I don't have an extension for electric (shame on me) and was unable to leave the truck hooked up as the electric is waaayyyyy to the back of the pull-through sites. Others were more prepared than I and stayed hooked. People are super, super nice and friendly and helpful. The place is clean with a nice little dog area for off-leash. Town is easy walking distance with several (reportedly) good restaurants. Did not use the amenities so cannot report on any of that. I would not only stay again but I would come for a few days just to hang out. - kdlee747
Sep 2015 - $10.00
This park has a small number of sites (20) and can handle rigs up to 42'. The hook-ups are for water and electric (15/20/30 amp) only. Sites are on grass, which is not a problem unless it rains a great deal. There are restrooms and showers available. Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis for the most part, with payment placed in an honor-box. This was created, I am sure, for the stockmen's use, but a good stopover place for a night. - SeenAll50
Jun 2015 - $10.00
A 30-amp full hook-up RV site for $10--amazing! This small park way out of town in the cornfields is hard to find, but worth the effort if you like bargains. We paid our camping fee at the nearby general store. When we arrived at the park, there were picnickers across the park playing baseball. But they left by 8:00 PM and it was very quiet all night with only one "long-term resident camper" in the back corner of the park. When we were packing up to leave early on Saturday morning, a travel trailer came in and hooked up to one of the full hookup spaces. Shortly thereafter, the wedding party arrived and began using the trailer as a dressing room. So, this is a popular, well-used park by the locals, but not so much by travelers. I would guess that some back-in full hookup or pull-through W&E sites would be available all the time. - fanrgs
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Very few pull throughs. The pull throughs are pretty level with shade trees and nice grass. Staff very friendly and helpful.
No pool. Lots of what seems to be permanent residents, but neat and clean-- not trashy. Not a vacation destination- just a good place to stop over on the way somewhere else. - ClayLady
Sep 2016 - $39.00
This is an older park with long term RV, mobile homes and transient RV sites (some pull-through). As long as you stay on the transient RV side, across from the mobile homes, it is OK. The long term RV side is visually offensive, with junk in the campsites, RVs in various states of mal-repair. I did not notice these sites when I first arrived since I was intent on following directions to my site.
The park served its purpose - to get us through the Labor Day weekend and a place to stay for laundry. We had to use the laundry in town since the park was repairing its water line in the older section of the park. - kco
Jun 2016 - $38.00
This is basically a full-time trailer park that has a few RV spots. Their is only one bathroom that was open and it was a combination men's/women's. It was always full so I couldn't tell you if it was clean or not. In our pull-through spot there was a large pipe filled with concrete between the utility box and our 5th wheel. We nearly hit it with our slide-out. - Trackman
Jul 2015 - $20.00
The comments made before are still the same. The only complaint is that the trees have now grown and create a problem rubbing the RV. The price has changed to $20.00. I have 50 amps and assume so do all the rest. There are just two site taken. No noise at all at night. I would stay here again. - Jimmyk
May 2015 - $20.00
Started using this park several years ago. $15 with sewer dump in rv park, now $20 plus $5 sewer dump next to store/gas station. Trees overgrown and very hard to maneuver without scratching RV. No one else in park so parked wrong way to have TV and stay out of trees. I will look for another place to overnight in the future. - bigbuda
Aug 2012 - $15.00
Very basic park. All pull throughs on gravel. Each site has two small trees. Sites 21-25 have 50 amp. Only two sites were in use when we were there. RV park is behind the Produce Barn, which is behind the convenience store/service station. Only restrooms are in store. Dump is available, but campers pay the same fee as the public: $5. To find on map systems, search for "All American Food" in Fruitland. This park is right off I-84 and is fine for an overnight, but we probably wouldn't stay much longer. - Ken and Lee
Sep 2016 - $25.00
.The park was nestled on the Snake River with boat access if required. Because you were near the water, increase in bugs was apparent. The park could not control this but it was a nuisance with bugs getting into RV.
Campground is close to Interstate 84, very quiet - no road noise. Laundry facilities machines were adequate but room was dirty. Owners were helpful with directions. - lwicklin
Apr 2015 - $14.00
The guy who checked us in was not friendly at all. There were about 20 open sites (some really pretty facing the river), but he parked us as far away as possible with no view, right beside the only other camper in a small camper. Felt sorry for the old guy, as we were almost on top of him with our slides. No reason to have done this. He guided us into our site, and kept yelling "come on, come on!" because he didn't think we were driving fast enough. It had some really tight turns, coming close to posts (why do they put those in there anyway?), so we were taking our time. Then he came up to our window and said "I've parked tons of rigs bigger than yours, so you don't have to worry when I say it's okay". We've been driving a 40' motor home for 8 years and know how to park without mishap. Games pavilion was quite grubby. Pretty setting along Snake River, too bad service wasn't a good experience. - mjac
Jun 2014 - $30.00
Nice and quiet park. We faced out to river. Good pull-thru with FH. Verizon worked good for the internet but not phone reception. Owners were very nice. Easy to get to. But we must have picked the wrong month. Fishing was not good unless you had a boat. And the mayflies were horrible. We were unable to spend anytime outside due to the bugs. And we couldn't leave any windows open as they get in thru the screens. 2 days later we are still swatting them in our mh. Do watch out for the dog poo. Another time of the year it may have been better. At least it was quiet and not many people there. - burtonsbuggy
Sep 2016 - $24.00
This park probably has seen better days when the river was higher. A pleasant setting except for the low level of the river, but they should definitely not be renting out sites to rigs longer than 40 feet. We stayed in a "pull-through" that could not be pulled through with our 45 ft motorhome due to the narrow road, abundant bushes, and sharp turns. Low hanging trees scraped our awnings and airconditioners on the way in. It was hard just pulling in to the campground, let alone negotiating our assigned spot. Late in the day and no options so we managed as well as we could. Took 20-30 minutes trying to "pull-through" the pull-through upon leaving; should have just backed out. (Hindsight is always 20-20. ) Campsites are close to river but the river is not usable for much as the level is so low. I saw some people fishing. Disconnect tow vehicle before entering camping area. I would stay here for a stopover in a smaller rig but would not go back in a big rig. The adjacent town (Huntington) doesn't seem tuned in to tourism. - dfwcantor
Jul 2016 - $24.00
It was ok, not the best Oregon State Park we have been to, looked like it had seen better days and many empty spots. We took a back in with a nice view of the Snake river and distant view of the interstate. Too hot and windy to sit outside. I walked down to the Iron Ranger and dropped off our Payment. - housecar
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Camping with roomy, level spots with excellent views of the water! Nice grassy area in each spot, fire pit and table. Nice large camping areas, full hookups too! Camp hosts and park staff were great and even helped us to jump start our tow car.
Fantastic and large fenced pet area. Lots of wildlife too!
We camped here in a 36ft MH and would definitely return! - redhead11
Oct 2016 - $25.00
I don't want to hurt this park's business. Let's say short stays might be best. We were swarmed with flies. Keep your doors and windows closed or screened. Desert stars plagued our dogs. The pull thrus are long and lovely, but the trees interfered with our opposing slides. We moved to an end and hugged the far curb. Come with full fresh water and bottled, due to sulfur. - Heathersdesk
Sep 2016 - $26.00
This park is very close to the highway but due to light traffic noise was not a problem. It is a short drive to Weiser (pronounced Weezer) which an interesting town. They process potatoes and onions here and there is quite a bit of spillage as trucks hit bumps and turn corners to onions are there to pick up (which we did) and enjoy. - Idletime
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Stayed 1 night in a 45 ft. motorcoach. Quiet and attractive campground. Long site. Clean and bright showers/restroom. Excellent for overnight stay. - BruceVero