1 Park near Wilsonville, Oregon
Sep 2015 - $50.00
This highly rated campground loses some of it's luster if you are assigned one of the many sites in the hilly sections. You camp sideways on terraced lots. Stepping one or two steps out the motor home door has you sliding down the slope into the next camper. There is no space on either side of the motor home to put out a chair. After the tow car there is no room for a visitor to pull in and the pavement is heavily signed with dire warnings about parking on the streets. The staff was efficient enough. But when I inquired whether they had a street map of Portland, I got a quizzical look and the offering of a Wilsonville map. (Like, why would you want to see Portland?) There is no question this is a very clean and well maintained campground. But I wouldn't came there again unless we got a site outside of the mountain goat sections. And I already had appropriate maps. - alanez
Sep 2015 - $16.00
1) Unknown daily rate; I stayed on a monthly rate.
2) Pleasant grounds, well maintained, convenient location.
3) Internet rarely usable.
4) Agreeing to "auto-pay" means nothing, because you will still receive a paper bill in your in-office mailbox each month, even if you specifically request no paper and that the offered auto-pay be enacted anytime you owe the RV park any money.
5) cannot receive any mail at this RV park; it will be returned to sender. RV park management recommends use of General Delivery in Wilsonville, OR. I used FedEx who delivered items to my RV site steps.
6) most sites will not accommodate an RV plus 2 passenger vehicles, but sites on the westernmost edge of the park do. - Mark Morkovsky
Sep 2015 - $40.00
We've stayed at Pheasant Ridge several times and although some rate this clean and orderly place highly, please be aware of a few things. First - this is an old campground but newer center house, offices etc. a number of years ago. The "pull through" sites are VERY narrow and VERY short. Our 40'+ Jeep had to be pulled apart just to get to the largest sites they offer. Secondly, getting into the slots are trying (and I've driven for many years) - and getting out is absolutely horrible. You will scratch your paint and pull things off your RV unless you jockey back and forth several times. If the place is full, you may have real issues not hitting RV's across the road from you. Thirdly - there's many signs and notices about everything everywhere. Comical is not the word. Fourthly - what's disturbing is we couldn't walk our two small Yorkies down several of the roads to get to an exercise area. So we used the grass next to our rig and faithfully picked up appropriately. Fifthly - about that grass - it's tiny and mostly sloped down to next rig. What's so great is its location across from Costco and other shopping. Camping world is a few miles south off freeway. Portland proper is relatively near by. Eastern Portland suburbia is readily accessible via I-205 whose interchange with I-5 is just a mile north. Our suggestion is to expand with an updated area for pull throughs and leave the current sites for small trailers or such. The staff were "there" but not necessarily happy to be there. But gosh - all those signs and regulations and laws and rules! We no longer use this campsite, heading down south a few miles to Aurora which is NOT as nice by any means - but all we need is a night-over anyway. We're marking site as two stars because it's very difficult to get in or out. - Narwika