Showers are locked (due largely to the public access to the river close by), and you have to pay for using them. The park was mostly non-electric, lots of space in between sites, lots of walking paths and because it's a run by the US Forest Service, the National Park Pass is accepted. So we only paid $8/night. Park host was friendly and available. Nearby Red Bluff provided great antenna TV signals.
Continues to be consistent. We like this park for a variety of reasons, (easy access to I-5, close to stores/restaurants/sidewalks to walk on), but would not stay if PA wasn't honored. The WiFi was a bit too slow, however the park was full, so lots of people using it.
This was our 3rd stay. We like the remoteness of it and all the fresh oranges/limes and grapefruits that one can enjoy. The park is for sale, so we are hoping that the new owners will continue to honor Passport, so we can use it in the coming years.
Nothing bad to say. Nice park, large spaces, lots of activities, nature, hiking, helpful staff everywhere. Even the limited services could not deter us. Nature, hikes, views are more than enough to overcome the lack of in park services that we have come to expect. Will return.
Clean, well maintained park. For elec/water hookups the price was $25;dry camping was $15. Close to gas/food/shopping/theater. Lots of trails for hiking and biking. Without satellite; TV reception is iffy.
Older park, narrow spaces with over hanging trees. We didn't use the showers due to being dated and not as clean as we like for public facility. The laundry facility was clean; machines were plentiful. We did use our PA for half price for 2 nights.
We used PA for 2 nights + tax, roughly $17. Nice pull throughs with plenty of room for our truck. Wi-Fi was slow so we did not use it. TV reception took some effort to get, but we were able to finally get some local stations. This may have been a positioning issue rather than a reception issue.
We used Passport America and paid $19/night. Nice park/friendly office. Only major issue was the end site that we were parked in left little room for larger rigs (aka motorhomes) enough room to negotiate the turn. Signage would have been helpful to direct those rigs in opposite direction. Wi-Fi signal was iffy while we were there, although they have a 'mid-park' antenna the signal was still iffy when it did work.
Thankfully we had Passport to lower our nightly rate to $12+tax, as this was an extremely old park. It appears to be mostly a mobile home park with sites for RV's included way, way in the back. We were not thrilled with the speed bumps every 100' or so. If there shade sites available we did not see them. The sites were run down, and the pad that was there wasn't in the area of our rig as we were directed where to park on the site. We would most likely have been happier parking at Wal-Mart, and that would have been free.
This is our second visit to Oasis. Friendly staff and employees; and oh so much to do here: puzzles in the rec room, pool table, Wi-Fi, pool and holidays are celebrated! Lemons, grapefruit and orange trees grace the park.
One of the top 5 we have stayed in during the last 2 years. Good Sam and discounts for using a back-in site. We also got a Passport America discount (although they are no longer associated) simply by noticing the sticker when we checked in. They honored it. Spacious, semi-private sites. Book exchange, exercise room. Free Wi-Fi. Showers - spacious private rooms with rain-shower heads, clean, lots of hooks and something to sit down on.
Those handling the phones are not well informed. Permanent dwellers using amenities of site next to them, leaving choice sites "unavailable". Trash containers full. Barking dogs kept tied up all day. Laundry room floor was dirty. Will not stay again nor recommend.
Love, love, love this campground. First come first serve: can stay up to 14 nights. Beautiful location, (although finding it the first time was a thrilling experience). They recycle just about everything (even batteries) which for us PNW'ners were excited to see. Quiet, no city lights to discourage star glazing and good hiking/biking trails.
Passport America made this a $15/per night stay. The owner is extremely friendly, offers fishing, hiking, apple & pear picking on his private forest held land in addition to the RV park amenities. Trash barrels are next to each site and are cleaned each day. The owner came by to wish us "safe travels" the morning we left. We will stay here again if in the area.
This was a really nice park. We were able to use our Passport America here, so the rate was only $15 a night, plus a "service charge" for the internet making our nightly fee $16.75. While it is designated as a "singles/loners" RV park we were welcomed and were comfortable here.
This is a really quaint RV park. Sits next to a lovely city park, in a quiet neighborhood. Very peaceful. It is older, so the restrooms are old/dated, but they were very clean. We would stay here again. Had everything we needed.
We called to make reservations for 2 nights and were informed that they could only accommodate us for 1 night as they were "really booked-up". However, when we got there it we were asked "How many nights do you need?". Since we had been told something different the previous day we had already made other arrangements for out 2nd night and thus, moved onto our next town. We did receive a 10% discount,(paid $33.70) - and would have been well OVER-priced without that discount given the location (noisy/airport jets) and reservation inconvenience.
Thought this was over priced for what we received. While the restrooms were clean, the shower head came off in the men's room and the shower heads in the women's stall was extremely loose. We did inform the gentleman who was cleaning, however, he did not indicate a desire to make any improvement. Good Sam was honored here, we got the night for $38.52 including tax. Would stay again, if necessary, as it is a nice park.