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2 RV Parks near Condon, Oregon
Jun 2019 - $30.00
A nice, smaller campground with 15 or so site, and some nice grass for tents. We stayed 2 nights to visit friends and enjoyed the quiet. Nearby Gilliam County Fairgrounds (GCFG) had WiFi that was surprisingly good, but there were no activities going on at the fairgrounds, and only a handful of campers here. A little tight for a large unit (we're 65 feet in total with a trailer, and some of the corners required some creative maneuvering. Depending on the site, you have to pull in certain ways, so you need to park in the middle, find your site, and then determine the best way to pull in (and out when you leave). Pay system is an envelope and a payment box, and previously reserved sites are mark appropriately (we had our site reserved months ago). When visiting or just passing through, we would recommend this place and would stay here again. - Logancalcom
Sep 2012 - $18.00
We stopped at this cute little county park in Condon to eat our lunch and discovered a RV park adjacent to the county fair grounds and a must see museum. There are 17 FHU sites, all on gravel, 3 or 4 are shaded pull troughs, requiring some leveling while there is room for approx 10 tents on the grass for $10 per night. The sites on their own probably rate a "5" or "6", however, the restroom/showers were as clean as you would expect in a 5 star hotel, even had body wash and shampoo, justifying the "7". A great value, we will probably stay here 2 or 3 nights when we come back to explore this area further. - Procarver
Jul 2019 - $10.00
Campsite: #18; needed 1 inch lift to level left side. Price: $10, no electricity. Dump Station: No. Altitude: 577 ft Camp Host: Didn't met Ease of Access: Right off hwy 206, our 28 ft travel trailer easily fit with room to spare. Entry to park is level and paved. Once entering campsite area pavement turns to gravel. Weather: Days sunny upper 80's nights low 60's. Very breezy during the day, once the sun went down, the breeze stopped. Noise: None, far enough from hwy, no noise, a very quiet park. Activities: Geocaching cache five within a couple of miles. Park provided free single gear mountain bikes to use, wife and I went for an evening bike ride. Many trails to walk around the park and along the John Day river. Free showers too, good hot water, showers are a 5 minute walk from the campground. Wife and I enjoyed the campground, we stayed one night as we traveled home from John Day Fossil Beds. - Jeff Callahan
Apr 2019 - $10.00
This park is new and every time we are here we see more work that has been done. A great dark sky park! - Derbydancer
Sep 2018 - $10.00
As of this writing, this is Oregon's newest state park. At 8,000 acres, it is also Oregon's second-largest state park. The campground has 21 sites, all first-come, first-served, but the park allows "overflow camping" in the day-use area if the campground is full. The campground is located in a canyon, alongside the John Day River. The scenery is magnificent. Abundant trails will keep you busy. Or just sit and enjoy the landscape. The campground is "primitive," with no W/E/S hook-ups but, at 75 feet, the spaces will easily accommodate the largest of rigs. The campground roads and sites are all gravel and quite level. The sites also are very spacious, each containing a picnic table (with wind break) and fire ring. No cell service of any kind here, but getting a satellite signal was no problem as the few trees in the campground are quite small. Most spaces are back-in, but there are a few pull-throughs. - aircraftace