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Review Count: 1
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: January, 2017 - $17.00
Facilities were very clean. Washer dryers have issues and are owned by an outside. Our space was complete mud for a month and a half. At last minute was told we couldn't have a weekly spot.Very unhappy. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Convenient to basics,you won't starve
Review Count: 53
States Visited: 20
Helpful Reviews: 8
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $42.00
Clean, well kept park. Quiet. Close to Costco for gas. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Close to the interstate,but avoid it during rush hour if going to Portland. Portland has several choices of great public transportation. We rode the bus into Portland from Multnomah ( which is a very cute village).
The Beaverton farmers market on Sat am is great!
Review Count: 86
States Visited: 14
Helpful Reviews: 11
Date of Stay: August, 2016 - $42.00
This is an easy location right off I-5, with nice landscaping and paved interior. Sites are close, but not a problem to get into, and level, no picnic table. We did not have to unhook our travel trailer in our pull thru; there are also back in sites. Nice clubhouse, pool, showers, and laundry room. All hookups worked fine. My big negative was no wifi at my site, but worked fine at the office area, lots of tall trees. Good Cable TV. There is a shopping center across the street with Costco, Subway, Panda Express, and a pizza place, etc. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 17
States Visited: 4
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $39.00
Beautiful grounds, clean, manicured landscaping with nice shrubs and lots of trees. Sites are level and wide - our site (88) was extra wide as we were next to the perimeter road. Quieter than most parks even though it was July 4th weekend. Cable TV worked well - no box needed at upper (newer?) sites. No open flames allowed - Bbq with charcoal or propane only, no campfires. Laundry room was large and very nice. Machines take coins or debit/credit cards. They even offer a separate laundry room for dog blankets, etc. We chose to unhook, but didn't have to. We would stay here again. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Visit downtown Portland (a 20 minute drive if traffic is light) to see hip, upscaled neighborhoods converted from prior industrial use. There are lots of nice restaurants and brewpubs - we loved Deschutes brewpub. The annual 4 day Blues Festival - ending on July 4th - was a blast.
Review Count: 2
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $33.00
Facilities were very clean and so was the entire park. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Park was very quiet. (Even on the 4th of July!) Campers all followed rules re: dogs. The location is great. It is close to everything; highway, shopping, Camping World, restaurants & Oh did I say shopping? The only negative was the "unhook" toad process; it was cumbersome. Had to drive around the Office building to find a flat space to unhook toad, park the toad. Then back into my RV space which was about 100 yards from where I had to park the toad (at the office). Then, walk down the hill to get the toad and move it to the site. Doing this solo...I'm happy I'm in good shape and could do it. Aside from that, it was a great 10 day stay. Again, the Staff and personnel at the Park were really fabulous! I'd stay here again. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Call in advance to get your reservation. This is a great park and fills up quickly.
Review Count: 60
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 12
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $21.00
Rate reflects a premium back-in site (#127) with electric ($0.12/kwh) for 30 days, so cost is very fair. This park is clean with paved interior roads and paved sites. The negatives include terrible WiFi (none at the site) and a stand up only room for LAN. Wifi is in clubhouse but it was a long walk each day. In addition, the service counter help was not very effective with respect to being nice to customers. One got the opinion they didn't care if you were there or not plus they did not allow USPS mail to be delivered). Fix these issues and park could be a 9 or 10. The $200.00 deposit for 30 day stay was excessive compared to most parks and was only given back in check form (not credit card) on last day of stay. Very strict but it's their rules so that's ok. My choice is to decide not to return. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Wilsonville is a bedroom community of Portland, OR with I-5 running by it. Traffic on the main roads is horrible so learn the back ways to get to places. Lots of things to do in Portland but be prepared for traffic no matter when you go. Pretty good location to do day trips from for Salem, State Parks, National Forests and beaches.
Review Count: 10
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $37.00
We stayed at Pheasant Ridge for 3 weeks so the rate is the weekly rate. We found the office staff to be very friendly and helpful. The laundry facilities are great with many machines and very clean. The indoor pool is very nice and unique for the area. I differ from some other reviewers in thinking that there aren't more signs than at many other campgrounds. There's a nice lawn for playing with dogs but it is not fenced. The campground is very quiet and peaceful with nice trees. However, it is on a hill. The sites are nearly flat but are close together and there is no flat space for a table or chairs except for on the pad right next to the RV. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Costco and many other shops and restaurants are just south of the campground. We enjoyed live music at the McMenimins Wilsonville Old Church & Pub a few miles away.
Review Count: 32
States Visited: 14
Helpful Reviews: 5
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $42.00
Very clean park. Office is way back in the back of park. Some traffic noise, but not bad. Clean park. Spaces tight and they don't want you to park on grass, but not enough room for vehicle and camper. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 4
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Costco, Target and other shopping across a very busy street. Take the car! Fry's Electronics is south by an exit or two and Camping World is south on frontage road on west side of I-5.
Review Count: 4
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
1) Bring your own internet access
2) There is a large shopping center across the street from the RV park
3) be prepared to vacate your site for a minimum of 24 hours every 90 days!?
Review Count: 14
States Visited: 9
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.
There is good shopping very close to the campground.
Review Count: 63
States Visited: 22
Helpful Reviews: 11
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $40.00
Pulling in and out of the camp sites requires careful maneuver because the sites are so close together. The grounds are very well kept and the facilities are very clean. Although free wifi is advertised but upon check in we were informed due to full campground expect difficulty getting on the network. According to the front desk this is a recurring problem during their peak season. This is unfair to short term RV'ers and should be addressed. Luckily AT&T reception is good and our mobile hot spot filled the gap. Laundry room has all front loading machines and credit card is accepted for washing and drying. The cost to do a load is $1.75 and $1.00 to dry a load. Costco is located directly across from the campground which was very convenient for us. We will definitely camp here again. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 5
States Visited: 4
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $38.00
Giving an average rating because I was expecting more. If you like lots of rules and don't have a pet this park is for you. They advertise wifi but we could not get it in the area we were parked. We were on the hill in the 100 numbered spaces. The staff was not rude, just business like when we registered. The spaces are tight but long. Did not have any problems leveling, but had to put blocks under our jacks because the concrete was so badly cracked and had even sunk in areas. No rugs, no nothing on their grass area at your site, however the grass is totally dead and it is not a very big area. They do not provide a table or anything. If you have a dog, don't stay here. I wish I had read other reviews closer. They are pet unfriendly to the point of being ridiculous. The "pet area" is so small my 20 lb dog walks across it in about 30 seconds, the only other area allowed is a retention basin on the outer edges of the park, it is deep, full of gopher holes and short weeds. If you like to walk your dog forget it, there are "no pet" signs everywhere, even painted on the roadways in some areas of the park. I can understand rules because there are those that don't pick up after their pets, but this should be a totally pet free park. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Costco and Target are across the street which is nice.
Review Count: 62
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 15
Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $50.00
Sites are way too tight. No "front porch" area at all. I saw people squeezing their chairs onto the 4 foot wide section next to their coach. The pull-through for us barely fit our 40' and trailer. It was a nice looking park and neat as can be, but way too cramped for our liking. Also, not much help at the front desk when it came to asking questions about Multnomah Falls and such. We will try another park next time. The speed bumps are some of the lowest we've seen. That was nice We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 25
States Visited: 15
Helpful Reviews: 9
Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $35.00
This is not a destination campground and not a resort either. The campground is clean and well maintained. Some trees throughout the park, but not much shade. The roads are paved and the pads are concrete and barely wide enough for the RV with minimal space at the end for the car. The grass strips between sites are narrow, sloping and not usable. Most sites do not have comfortable space for chairs or table. There is considerable noise from I-5. There are signs for everything everywhere, to the point of being annoying. Our original reservation was for 7 nights, but needed to extend that due to a medical issue (herniated lumbar disc), so kudos to the staff for their efforts to accommodate us. There was only one night that we could not stay, so we boon-docked at the local Camping World. The annoying part of that was we drove through the park at 9:00 that night and found several empty sites, so we could have stayed on that particular night, but we received no call from the park after we had left telling us we could return. The site has 15/30/50 electric. No picnic table. The water is good with about 50psi. Cable is basic Comcast. Individual service for TV or internet from Comcast not possible. They claim there is wifi, but only at the office. Apparently some issue with Comcast for wifi throughout the park but they are not trying to resolve it. Individual telephone service with internet may be available with Frontier Communications. The laundry is great; machines in good condition. Typical CG showers in good condition and clean. There is an indoor pool with a spa. The office staff is mixed; some good, some not. One is quite helpful and pleasant, the other is helpful but not knowledgeable about many aspects of the park and can be quite grumpy. There is a clubhouse of sorts that doesn't seem to be used much. The park is within a few miles of anything you could need, but traffic is terrible. I doubt that we will return. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.
There are lots of events and things to do in Portland, but always double the estimated travel time; traffic can be terrible.
Convenient to basics,you won't starveKkt • April 2017
Close to the interstate,but avoid it during rush hour if going to Portland. Portland has several choices of great public transportation. We rode the bus into Portland from Multnomah ( which is a very cute village). The Beaverton farmers market on Sat am is great!sp123 • October 2016
Costco and many other shops and restaurants are just south of the campground. We enjoyed live music at the McMenimins Wilsonville Old Church & Pub a few miles away.ellynmae • August 2016
Wilsonville is a bedroom community of Portland, OR with I-5 running by it. Traffic on the main roads is horrible so learn the back ways to get to places. Lots of things to do in Portland but be prepared for traffic no matter when you go. Pretty good location to do day trips from for Salem, State Parks, National Forests and beaches.DIXIEDUALLY2013 • July 2016
Call in advance to get your reservation. This is a great park and fills up quickly.DebC_RVer • July 2016
Visit downtown Portland (a 20 minute drive if traffic is light) to see hip, upscaled neighborhoods converted from prior industrial use. There are lots of nice restaurants and brewpubs - we loved Deschutes brewpub. The annual 4 day Blues Festival - ending on July 4th - was a blast.phann • July 2016
There is good shopping very close to the campground.alanez • February 2016
1) Bring your own internet access 2) There is a large shopping center across the street from the RV park 3) be prepared to vacate your site for a minimum of 24 hours every 90 days!?Mark Morkovsky • December 2015
Costco, Target and other shopping across a very busy street. Take the car! Fry's Electronics is south by an exit or two and Camping World is south on frontage road on west side of I-5.Narwika • November 2015
There are lots of events and things to do in Portland, but always double the estimated travel time; traffic can be terrible.Wiyndog • August 2015
Costco and Target are across the street which is nice.Skis • August 2015
.Lastrick • June 2015
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