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31 RV Parks near Crescent, Oregon
Aug 2019 - $39.00
Very responsive owners. They are on-site and care a lot about their park, which is evident. Cleanest washers and dryers I have seen at an RV park in a long time. Larger than average spaces with grass in between. The newer section (water and electric only for now) does not have grass yet, but the older section does. Nice trees but not in the way of pulling in or out. Feels like a campground but with modern amenities. - 2020vision
Jul 2019 - $39.00
Stayed one night on July 3, 2019; we stopped at two other parks but they were sold out. We were very pleased with this park; lovely forest setting. Very spacious sites with lots of places to walk. Only negative was lots and lots of mosquitoes. Would love to stay here again if given the opportunity. - ctravelgal01
Jun 2019 - $40.00
Nice owner showed us to our spot. Big tall Ponderosa pines spread through property. Miles of forest road to ride bikes, motorcycles or walk on in park. Has cable TV with some good stations. Some didn’t work all the time which was a direct TV issue. We used our own Verizon Jetpack and could stream TV work and so on. They have limited daily use of WiFi because they don’t offer unlimited in the area. Very clean park. No road noise even thought it’s not far from 96. La Pine has a couple of grocery stores and a dollar store too. - DarcysOnTheGO
Jun 2019 - $8.00
Large campground, large and level site, well spaced for privacy. Close to lake and boat launch. Only downside is Mosquitos, Mosquitos, Mosquitos. Bug spray is a must. Showers available, easy access to restrooms - and they have electricity (think blow dryers ladies). - C Young
Aug 2011 - $7.00
This is a very large campground with asphalt access roads and sites, some of them are "double" which means you pay more, but most of them are deep enough to back up anything you are driving. Some pull through sites near the entrance. There are about 10 loops, I would avoid J loop if you are driving a motor home or pulling a trailer as the sites are more suited for tents. We basically had this campground to ourselves, it is not on the water but there is a ramp close by. This campground is about 4 miles south of Diamond Lake Campground ( both USFS) and is way better for RVs. There is a paved bike/hiking path that goes to the Resort area. - 10-10
May 2019 - $60.00
We came to stay with a group this year. The base cost of $60 per night does NOT include your kids. They are an additional $10 per night (each). I would say that 90% of folks here come to fish, etc. We chose to hike / bike, etc. There are some nicer sites, but we were stuck way in the back on a very uneven site. While our trailer was level, the picnic table and fire ring area were on a slope. While the staff was very friendly, I don't feel that $80 for a family of 4 is a good value, especially without full hook ups. Has back in dump station for $20 fee. The Forest Service campground next door is $16 per night and will see our shadows the next time around. - DrKlaun
Jun 2017 - $50.00
This campground does not have 'resort' facilities. The RV sites include good quality 30 amp electric. A long hose mounted on trees, will reach all sites. Pump out at your site is available weekly at a cost of $20. There is also a charge for the RV dump for 'guests'. The access road from Hwy 58 is 'rough' and narrow is places. The reason we and so many others go there is for the fishing. If you tow a boat, they will launch and retrieve it for you at no cost and if available, you can rent dock space. We go every year and enjoy it. - Rimdel
Oct 2016 - $46.00
We had an outstanding experience during a four day stay in mid-October. Sited among tall conifers on the shore of Lake Odell one has the sensation of having the Pacific Northwest to oneself. It was rainy, cool, and breezy which did nothing to dampen our spirits.
Given the time of year the resort was not crowded so we had the run of the place. One can hike the Pacific Crest Trail or any of the other numerous trails found nearby. There's fishing which is accessible by rented boat, off the docks, or shoreline. Licenses and gear available on site.
All staff members were dedicated to making sure we had everything available to enjoy our stay. One rainy day, there was chicken-dumpling soup free to anyone from a large pot on the counter. Free chocolate chip cookies at check-in.
Campsites are varied. Most have 30 amp service. Few are positioned to receive satellite TV. WiFi is available - nearer the office the better. Verizon cell service was good. Our MiFi hotspot worked well.
No sewer or water hookups at the sites but there is a dump station and a number of hose bibs scattered throughout the park from which ones water tank can be filled. A holding tank dump service is reportedly available once per week though we did not use it.
Some of the sites are not very level and/or have tree limbs in the way of larger RV's. We did not have trouble finding an excellent site.
The park has recently changed hands and the new owner, Highway West Vacations, is sprucing things up. There are some very cozy cabins, good laundry, and sparkling pay showers available.
We had a great time and will be back. - CoCoDnC