24 Parks near Woodburn, Oregon
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Stayed at this park for two nights to attend a festival in Portland. We were attacked by a dog that was not on leash, then attacked by the dog's owner. Police responded and report was filed. Many long term residents here, park was full with mostly older RVs and some were not in good condition. Spaces are not long enough to park your truck in so all the residents have to park them sideways in front of their rig making for tight streets. The site itself is narrow with asphalt pavement and very small patch of grass. Facilities seemed nice enough. There was a pool, and clubhouse with laundry. - cross country
May 2016 - $42.00
We stayed 1 night passing through the area.
The park is a very short drive from I-5 (Exit 271: Newburg HWY 219/214) along busy paved roads that change from 4 lanes to 2 lanes.
The sites are mostly P/T's with some back-ins along the outer edges. A lot appear to be extended stay sites. The interior roads and sites are paved. The interior roads and turns are very narrow and tight but we were able to remain connected to the toad while getting to the site. The P/T sites were short but we didn't have to disconnect the toad. This park understands the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level site as the sites were level and flat. Distance and grassy areas establish privacy between the sites but the sites were on top of each other. No outside table provided but they did rent & delivered the tables. No fire pits as open flames are prohibited in the park.
There are trees scattered around the park so satellite reception would be dependent upon site assignment and your dish configuration. The park brochure showed 27 cable channels but made no mention of broadcast channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels.
Didn't try the park provided WiFi. It was password protected. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. The NET10 phone worked well.
No designated fenced pet areas. The designated pet area was at the entrance of the park. It was a grass surface. The pet area had bag dispensers and collection stations for waste. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park's roads.
We would not want to stay here again. Would probably find a different park in the area. - bsb814
May 2016 - $42.00
This park is grossly over crowded and no longer suitable for large rigs. The sites are short and narrow. If you are over 40' in length then you will hang out into the streets. The streets have been NARROWED to allow for tenant parking of tow vehicles thus reducing the driving lane to just wide enough for a RV to drive down. This makes pulling into and out of your site very difficult if not impossible unless your neighbors will move their tow vehicles. Park management could care less about this condition and refused to assist in getting vehicles moved. This is the worst park we have stayed in over this 5 month trip. - lllkrob
Apr 2016 - $35.00
This park had lots of permanent people staying there, and the sites were too close together. We found it to be too small for a big rigs with tows to maneuver around to get to the sites. We were put into a 'pull-thru' which was more like two sites side-by-side. We had to disconnect our tow vehicle to get out of the site, and reconnect outside the RV park.
The outlets were old and they required an adapter for 30 amp service which we didn't have.
Pool was small and appeared to be closed.
They don't have a dog park but there was a nice grassy area across the street where we took our dogs.
We would've been better off boondocking somewhere. - Living-the-Dream
Oct 2014 - $38.00
We stayed in the northern half of the RV park. Even though it's close to I-5, we didn't have an issue with traffic noise and we're both pretty light sleepers. The proximity to Portland means that a lot of the sites are taken up by full-timers working construction in the area. It looked like a lot of the sites in the southern half were taken up by some pretty rough looking RVs. My husband stayed in the RV while I went in to check in. We were about third in line so our options on where to park were limited. He saw a car in line behind him so moved our rig so the guy could get by. The guy got pretty nasty, flipping us off and throwing gravel with his car when he went around us. We later saw his car parked at one of the sites obviously used by a long term camper. Unfortunately this kind of behavior can happen when parks open themselves up to full timers. They become territorial and view short stay guests as intruders. We were just staying overnight so wanted a pull thru space that allowed us to camp without disconnecting. The lack of wifi wasn't as big a problem for us as it is for other campers who don't have smart phones or tablets. We had no problem finding a good satellite signal. Probably the biggest positive was the lady working in the office. She was friendly and helpful. For being such a big metropolitan area, there aren't that many RV parks around Portland. Aurora Acres is close enough that you can visit Portland and still get out of town at the end of the day. It's one of the better choices in the area if you're visiting Portland and don't want to drive 50 miles back to your campsite. - Travelfish
Aug 2014 - $37.00
Great for an overnight spot near Portland. I was worried about noise because I-5, an access road, and a gas station surrounded us but even though I am a lite sleeper, I slept fine. The staff was friendly. The swimming pool, laundry facility, bathrooms, and showers were clean. It was pet friendly and our 45' RV with four slides fit nicely in the pull through; although, we didn't pull out our awning and I don't think it would have fit. Shopping and restaurants are near by, Portland is about 20 minutes away, neighbors were nice and most long term sites were neat and following the rules. We would stay short term again if looking for a place near Portland. - PERRELLAS
Jul 2016 - $26.00
The A loop sites are close together but have mature shade trees. If you want privacy then A23, A30, and A32 looked good. The B loop is newer and has much better spacing between sites. There are fewer trees in B. We stayed in B7 which is good if you like privacy on the patio side. It had a good shrub privacy screen and was set back from the adjacent site (B9). This is a nice park with paved walking/biking trails and areas of historical interest. On some of the trails you get a glimpse of the Willamette River. We live less than an hour away, and it makes for a nice getaway for a few days. - Neil and JoAnn
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Great state park we stayed in loop A outer site. Large sites shade good power and water.
Lots of trails in park and dogs allowed on most. - Ray O
Mar 2016 - $28.00
We have stayed here often on our way either up or down the I-5 corridor and it's always a pleasant stay at this large Oregon State Park. This time we stayed in the B loop which is newer and has some sites with full hook-ups which we took advantage of. The park has many amenities including paved walking/bicycling trails, a disc golf course, rental cabins and yurts, a day use area, river access, an interpretive center and a pioneer garden. It's a bit of a drive off the freeway but well worth it for the peace and quiet. We would definitely stay here again. - BruceandKathyWA
Jul 2012 - $35.00
We were supposed to stay in this park for well over a week. However once we got to our site, we were SHOCKED to say the least. Once parked, we opened our door and almost ran into the unit next to us. Due to their slides, we had 18 inches between our door and their slide. When we went to the office to point this out we were told the manager would stop by when she got back to talk to us. We waited until check out the next day, still no manager. We went and made other arrangements at the local state park, and moved. Not once did the manager come by. Thankfully we had only paid for the one night. This was a valuable lesson for us. We now only pay for one night if we have not pulled the park up on Google earth. Their river fishing is a joke as is their river side spaces. All of these house permanent residents. - Full-Timer RV'er
Jan 2012 - $15.00
Great owners. Has fantastic access to the Molala river: fish/swim/very dog friendly area by the river. Easy access to Portland with good local shopping. Has tight spaces and some long-term residents. We stayed for 6 months: the monthly rate was $410, plus electricity. Propane filling by the staff was appreciated very much. - Nartofree
Oct 2008 - $29.00
My first thought upon pulling in was that we should go elsewhere, but inertia took over and we decided to stay one night -- this is now our third night, so our first impression wasn't quite right. It does seem like there an awful lot of trailers crammed in here -- this isn't one of those "park-like settings" RV parks. But the management here are very friendly and while the bathrooms/showers are on the old side, they were clean. One disappointment is the Wi-Fi -- our space is *very* close to the office where the internet router is located, but I've had to sit on their deck in order to get a signal. This wouldn't be a "destination park" for us, but if we're traveling through Oregon again we'd stop for the night (or three). - Jay Jennings
Jul 2016 - $26.00
Gravel roads and large, level sites with grass under picnic table. Some trees, not mature enough to provide shade but the climate doesn't require much relief from the sun. Easy access to the Oregon Garden and Silver Falls State Park from here. - Breeze On
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Stayed 1 night in a 45 ft. motorcoach. Site was large. Nice park and we would have stayed longer but park was booked up for a rally. Very clean bath/showers and laundry. Terrific area for sight-seeing. - BruceVero
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The staff here is wonderful! The lodge is comfy with leather couches, fireplace, library and coffee selection. The wood carving is amazing! The laundry room is nice and clean as well as inexpensive. Be careful on entrance and exit though, they are one way. - Nini03
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Desperate for a place to spend the night before visiting the Evergreen Museum, we stumbled across this little gem of a park. The staff is friendly and helpful and went way out of their way to find us a spot. There was no extra charge for our children or pets. The pool was warm, well-behaved, and clean, as was the furniture around it. The bathrooms were immaculate, even late in the day. The showers were clean and hot. There is ample grassy space between sites, there is some shade, the pads are level, and the utilities are in good order. All in all, impressive service and facilities and a great place to stay! - User1103
May 2016 - $36.00
Asphalt pads, grass between. Close by your neighbors. Workout room, pool, spa, given own modem. 30 & 50 Amp, PTU, FHU. Vintage trailers section they offer for rent. - jcpjane
Mar 2016 - $36.00
Took our travel trailer here for a two-night trip on its maiden voyage. Nice pull-through sites had plenty of room to maneuver. The grounds were clean and well maintained. There were many long term residents on one side of the park. They also offer some nice looking "vintage" trailers that can be rented. So this is a nice option if you want to travel with friends that don't have an RV. They offer free Wi-Fi, but I couldn't figure out how to get the router they gave me to work. To be fair, I didn't ask them how to fix it, I just used my cell data instead. I'd visit again. - NotSoPro
Jul 2016 - $42.00
This is the only RV park in the Salem area that truly supports big rigs. The spaces are concrete, wide, well trimmed trees, reliable services (including good WIFI) and excellent roads for access to your site. Our coach is 45 ft and we tow our SUV, so having enough room is always a #1 concern. There is some road noise, but it's a small issue compared to the ease of finding and entering the park. Great and very helpful staff. - Kbt
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Stayed 2 nights in a 45 ft. motorcoach. Site was large. Nice park and we would have stayed longer but park was booked up. Very clean bath/showers and laundry. - BruceVero
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Extremely clean grounds and showers, outstanding, very professional staff. Only knock would be road and train noise which was still within acceptable range. Pool, hot tub, pool table. Easy in & out for our 38' MH towing a 21' pick-up (75'sites). This is Glamping. - FWH
Jun 2015 - $38.00
An very old KOA that has been re-branded. While it has been cared for, it is old and worn. Tent camping sites, RV sites and some storage. Sits right next to the I-5 and state route 22 behind a home depot. Very noisy. Like most older parks there are many perms on the south end. Sad part is management has let them build shanties next to their RVs so it looks really trashy. Most of the North end is for the overnighters. The DSL switch is failing so didn't work. Good news, you can log on to Home Depots DSL. Management are park residents so they are easy to work with. Maintenance is almost everyday. It was OK for a few days. I thought it was a $10.00 overpriced for the age and condition. - lonfu
Nov 2011 - $29.00
The owners and staff here were so nice! The park is beautifully maintained and convenient to all the stores along Lancaster Road. Loved the laundry room; good prices and very clean! If we're ever in Salem again, we will definitely stay here. - Ancientone
Oct 2010 - $45.00
They say they are pet friendly and even have a dog area but my cat accidentally got loose and they caught her and called animal control, even though she had my cell phone number on her tag and I listed her on my paperwork. My children also got into trouble for riding their skateboards down the "Adult only" street, we were not told that they had a separate family and adult only section. Lots of traffic coming and going due to the on site storage facility. Nice and quiet during the night, not good for long term stay but OK for a night or two. - Susan Sasso
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is very beautiful park, manicured lawns between sites, most also have a tree. Very friendly check-in service. We stayed here a week. Good WiFi and plenty of channels on the cable TV. The water pressure is a bit on the low side, which is a drag when your taking a shower. Other than that a great place to stay. We got the weekly rate with Good Sam discount. - tookie
Oct 2015 - $48.00
The park is 100% good however the big negative is that it backs onto a Safeway store which although great for shopping has trucks loading/unloading during the early morning (4:00AM) with their engine running. We were there for 2 weeks and never had a good nights sleep.
No pool etc. however the wifi was excellent as were the staff. Solve the noise polution and you would have an excellent park. - TommBoyd
Jul 2015 - $29.00
Very nice park in north Salem. Only about 40 miles to Portland (closer to outskirts). Nightly rate shown is based on weekly rate (with taxes). - irvirv
Jul 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. - DIXIEDUALLY2013
Jul 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. - DebC_RVer
Jul 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. - phann