Reviews: RV Parks

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Riverside Oasis Campground, Moab, UT

Tall rocks, and hidden below that, loud construction workers

Something was going on at this park the entire time we were there that was not at all the campground’s fault, so I’m trying to not let it taint my perception of the campground itself.  There was some serious road construction — reenforcement and resurfacing — happening on the highway this campground borders the entire time we were there. Not only was it loud, but it was amplified by the huge, flat, vertical concave rock wall on the other side of the highway.  And these darn construction workers didn’t stop working until somewhere between 10 and 11 o’clock every night. …read more »

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ok

Heceta Beach RV Park, Florence, OR

We didn’t have the best of experiences here.  First, let me say that the owners — at least two generations of the same family — were very friendly and helpful.  The sites, though small and close together are separated by thick, manicured hedges, so there’s a decent amount of privacy.  But it was just one of those places that didn’t “feel” quite right.  Our first night there, we were awoken by one of the long term residents screaming very loudly at someone. It was one those situations where I wasn’t annoyed—I was actually afraid someone was going to get hurt …read more »

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great

Armitage County Park, Eugene, OR

A lovely, wooded county park on the edge of a river.  Not only does this campground have full hook-ups, but they also have WiFi (that works)!  Pretty good for a county park.  We would definitely stay here again if we’re in the area. There’s an off leash dog park adjacent to the campground.

great
great

Deerwood RV Park, Eugene, OR

We stayed at this park before we took the Land Ship into AM Solar to get our solar panels installed.  It was a very nice park.  The only real complaint is that the interior roads and actual pads are quite narrow, so it’s easy to dig up some of the perfectly-manicured grass while backing in.  This was one of the first parks we stayed at, so Dennis was still relatively green with the whole backing-in thing.  Nobody at the park said anything about it, though.  Nice people.  Some long-term residents, but everything was very well-kept and everyone was friendly.