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28 RV Parks near Bend, Oregon
Oct 2019 - $1.00
Dispite not having sewer at the sites this is one of our favorite Thousand Trails campgrounds. The staff is always helpful the sites are relatively level and spacious with plenty of shade which is nice in the summer when the temperature climbs in the afternoons. Then Bend area has so much to explore we make Bend/Sunriver an annual stop and actually added a week to our normal 21 day stay this year and still ran out of time to explore the area. - Team Health and Wealth
Aug 2019 - $1.00
We stayed two nights, August 15 through August 17, 2019, in campsite I-9, the overnight cost was $0.00 due to our Thousand Trails membership ( our site had electrical and water service). The site was level, only needed 2 inch lift to level left side. The campground is at an elevation of 4150 ft. Access to the campground was right off S. Century Drive , about 3 miles from hwy 97. Our 28 ft travel trailer easily fit with room to spare in our site. Once we enter the campground, the pavement turns to hard packed gravel as we looped around once to find a campsite. Weather was sunny upper 80's, the nights low 40's. This is a very quite campground, there was no noise from main road entering the campground. Activities we enjoyed at the campground to keep busy was frisbee golf, mini-golf, a nice swimming pool and restroom with showers within a few minutes of our site. My wife and I enjoyed the campground, we will stay again next time we are in the area. We stayed two nights as we traveled toward Crater Lake, Oregon. - Jeff Callahan
Jul 2019 - $1.00
Spacious campground. Had 2 pools but only one working. Nice location. No sewer hookups at all. The dirt and dust is a big issue. - john55
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Little Fawn campground is a Forest Service park with 32 sites. 20 regular sites and 12 sites for groups. We stayed in a group site with several friends. Some of the group sites are level and fairly nice, others present a challenge to get into and level an RV. There is a well for water, but it was out of service when we camped there. An arm of Elk Lake abuts some of the regular sites in the campground, but the water is low this time of the year and had receded away from the campground. There is a boat launch that makes the lake accessible.
Check the campground website before coming to see if the well pump is fixed. - Another brick in the wall
Sep 2018 - $33.00
Nice Oregon State Park. Located in central Oregon there's lots of dirt and dust unless the area is irrigated. Sites are mostly level asphalt with adjacent dirt areas with picnic table and fire ring. Not all sites are full hook-up and the dump station is at nearby Harper State Park. Close, but not convenient. Pay attention to site length. Many are quite short. Beautiful views of the lake and surrounding mountains. There is a nice grocery store/ gas station/restaurant just outside the park. Verizon internet was very poor to non-existent in the park. Voice and texting was fine. The reservoir was at near record low level so access to the actual lake water was a challenge. Overall a nicely maintained quiet park. We will be back. - DSchamp
Jul 2018 - $31.00
There are actually two different campgrounds in this state park, Main Camp, where we stayed, and Jasper. Main Camp is located above the Prineville Reservoir in a beautiful setting, with trees and views abundant. Park staff was very nice and accommodating when I tried to relocate to another site. It's a very quiet and remote place, some 20 miles south of the town of Prineville. Only a limited number of sites are long enough and easy enough to back in for big rigs. - Loki
Jun 2018 - $1.00
First time staying as an owner so was asked to mow the lawn (mower provided) and water (has sprinklers). Roads are gravel but well maintained with few potholes. All 50 amp sties are pull thrus. There are nine 30 amp FHU sites around the pond on grass. - clarksark
May 2016 - $1.00
This was tough to rate. The good stuff: The buildings are in good shape. The lodge was awesome with a wood burning stove, kitchen, comfy seating. The office also had seating area with a gigantic dvd library (need to check the dvd's out). Rec hall was huge, book library was enormous. Nice pond with campsites surrounding it. Also had an indoor pool. The grounds are huge with lots of places to hike and walk around. They have a disc golf course, a driving range and an archery range as well. The park is surrounded by horse ranches and is located about 25 minutes from Bend.
The not so good: The pool is at least a half mile walk from the sites. The disc golf course, driving range, and archery range were in serious need of maintenance. The pond itself was nice, the geese and ducks in it were very territorial and plenty of fowl poop for you to step in. As we were not owners, we were only allowed to stay in certain areas, and none of the sites allowed were level. Plus, the pond sprung a leak (ground rodent of some sort) and they had to turn on the irrigation systems to lower the level of the pond. If that didn't work, we were welcome to find another spot. The electric posts were only 30 amp and we had to find a site where the electric functioned, and wasn't melted or burnt out. If in fact the park did actually fill up, you would actually have to share the electric. Since there was one post for two sites.
We were treated well by the staff, but the sites for non-owners sites were a disappointment and owners weren't all that friendly. In the end, due to the sites and lack of sewer and proper electric, we rated on this on the lower end. We will not likely stay again. - JS Dobson
Jul 2014 - $1.00
We stayed here with Coast to Coast. I understand some of the poor reviews, but really overall we liked it. We knew in advance that we wouldn't have sewer or 50 amp and we planned accordingly. We chose site 66, which we pulled in nose first and had a great view of the pond just a few feet in front of our big window. We think the best site for Coast to Coast people. Many others weren't level. The pool was far from the RV spaces and we chose to drive. It is a big and deep (8 ft.) indoor pool. We had it to ourselves and really enjoyed it. There is a lot of playground equipment, mini golf, ect. These are nice amenities, but need a little better upkeep. We did not use the bathrooms or laundry so I have no opinion about that. The drive to town was an easy 5 - 10 minutes. We will stay here again! - Fishen4trout
Sep 2019 - $29.00
I had made a reservation a month earlier and they were having trouble finding it. It turned out they had given me a not so good spot. It looked out over the maintenance building which had trucks and 4 wheelers going in and out all day. Also people are walking right alongside the trailer all the time day and night and kids are riding their bikes right by our front door. I feared for my safety going out my door. There is a laundry, in fact there are 2 laundries. Public bathrooms and showers are located in 2 seperate locations. A dog run, this is right alongside the entrance with no fence. In front of the office there are a lot of mailboxes. This is because most of the spots here are permanent residents. Also be aware that I was charged a 12.2% hotel tax that is not reflected in the nightly rate. All the services were shared with the space next door. They got the 30 amp connection and I had the 50 amp connection. I doubt if we actually needed our rated current that the pole could supply it. We also shared the same water. If both of us were using the water then there was barely any volume or pressure. - FatDash
Sep 2019 - $65.00
Typical city RV park. Some sites are a bit tight but has grass areas & mature trees. Just has that run down feel. A fair bit of road noise and a lot of "light Pollution" - RussellN
Jun 2019 - $65.00
Old park with small spaces in the old section, mostly permanent and long term. Newer section has larger spaces, but the two long pull throughs are VERY close together. Lots of trees, particularly on the south side which may block satellite dishes. - Dennis M
Jul 2019 - $1.00
Very pretty park with lots of trees. Sites are spaced nicely but they are short; this is no place for big rigs. Quiet and peaceful, though the park was full. I was lucky to have reserved - though I arrived mid-week, the park was full when I arrived. No wifi, and Verizon signal was poor at my site. I could walk to an open area and get a signal, though. Great place to relax. - KAP99
Mar 2019 - $33.00
Only loop B was open with 11 full hookups. Small back in sites with some trees close by. Not much room for tow. Only one was available since it was spring break. Homeless guy camped next to us with a junky car. Don't recommend for rigs over 30ft and have space for tow. Bend is close by with shopping mall. - Teribee
Nov 2018 - $33.00
After Nov. 1, just B loop is open. Site B26 is the longest site in the loop. It claims to be 47' but our 43' coach did not fit until we slid the end curb back about 4'. We still had to park our toad in the overflow area near the entrance. Getting into many of these sites is a challenge for large rigs because boulders and trees have been placed right on the entrances severely restricting access. Many trees have not been trimmed properly, so watch your overhead clearances, too. The showers in B loop are terrific, with unlimited hot water and really good heaters. The day use section across the road is very pleasant and a great place to walk dogs. - bobcovey
Jun 2019 - $65.00
Great newly renovated park. All services were new and in good order. The park offers a refreshing, clean and modern experience. Next time we will just rent one of the cool retro trailers instead of towing ours to Bend. Very cool place, best in town! - Kahai