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15 RV Parks near Fort Rock, Oregon
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
Jul 2019 - $66.00
We stayed at Bend-Sunriver Thousand Trails for four consecutive nights. This was a late addition to our trip and this was the only option available because of a local event that brought many people to the area. Thousand Trails campgrounds do not assign sites; they are first come/first serve. Our site, D8, was very large and partially shaded by trees. The site included a barbecue/ fire pit, bench, electric (30 amp) and water only. We had to use our waste tote frequently. The restroom I used was clean and well stocked;I did not use the shower. There was a dump station and trash receptacle near by. Wifi was available at the "Lodge" and I think the "Town Square." They have an onsite store with ice, drinks, RV supplies, etc. and the prices were reasonable. This was by far and away the dustiest campground we have ever visited! There are many subtle speed bumps and 5 mph signs, but many of the patrons disregard them! We would only stay here again if it was the last option. We feel that it was very, very overpriced considering there was no sewer connection, cable/WiFi, and the incessant dust issue! - ScrapMetal
Sites: 17 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Jun 2013 - $25.00
Owner has lived on site since August 2012. Sites not possible to level. Showers dirty. Bathrooms filthy. Laundry room very dirty and disorganized, looks more like a storage area. No garbage disposal, must take away your own garbage. Small store available on site. Bought a 6-pack of beer and all lids rusty from previous spill. Free WiFi works close to the front office. Stayed here in a motorhome. Will not be returning. - fd536
Sep 2012 - $20.00
This is one unique place: new owner lives on property and runs a very small store. Sites are grass and not possible to level, no TV hook ups and no satellite connections could be made. Phone service only at land line in store. This appears to be more of a hunting camp type of operation as there is a bow and arrow range. An interesting spot for a stop over for the not faint of heart. - Tahoetom
Oct 2011 - $25.00
This park has a lot of character, starting with its management...Good People. The park has been in business since 1950 and is both well-established and well-kept. It's on State Highway 31, the scenic outback shortcut from I-97 to I-395 between Bend & Reno, right on the edge of the Fremont & Winema Forests, overlooking the high desert Fort Rock Valley. I stayed only for one night and enjoyed a good clean hot shower. There's a store with the usual amenities and some pleasant surprises. There is a performance stage on the premises and during the spring/summer season they host a series of music and art festivals. It's also a popular hunting base camp during deer season. - arbortender
Sep 2014 - $12.00
We stayed in Little Fawn campground within the Paulina Lake area. A little down the road from Paulina Lake Campground. A smaller campground with sites right on the water. Boat ramp available. it is beautiful and was quiet this time of year. Easiest to get a site out of season. - saturn7
Aug 2010 - $16.00
Located in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Paulina Lake is the first campground within the caldera. The campground is located on Paulina Lake with a boat ramp available. The sites are located in the woods with ample space for setting up tents or campers. The facilities include flushing toilets and water throughout the campground. The facility does require a $10 fee for entering the National Monument. The site was level and wood was available. The park was beautiful with nice hikes around the Paulina and East Lake, on an Obsidian Lava Flow, and to the top of Paulina Peak. The night we stayed was cold (35 degrees), but the sky was clear and the stars beautiful. There are two small resorts with stores and restaurants in the monument and a small visitor center. - dmaerz
Aug 2018 - $40.00
So I will say the staff is very friendly at the resort, the RV park. On the other hand, needs some attention. Very fine pumas, needs gravel or some sort of base - the sites are very dusty. We ended up leaving and not staying. Lots of unleashed dogs (we have two, so not dog haters). Sites were fairly close and very noisy, music, dogs barking and noisy kids (I have two so not kid haters), other camper's kids running through our site etc., so rules are not enforced. When we made the reservation, we did ask for a more private site and we were told they would accommodate with no problem. That was not the case. Normally I would not review if I didn't stay, but they did charge us for one night even though the lady told me that they refunded the entire amount. And it wasn't that we didn't spend any money there either - we rented a patio boat and paddle boards from them the next day that we had reserved, and made purchases in the store to the tune of $575.00. This was labor day weekend so might not be normal, but I won't be back to find out. We ended up dry camping down the road a bit in a National Forest campground that was very nice. - takk28
May 2017 - $32.00
Stayed Memorial Day Weekend. Several feet of snow on the ground but sites and roads were clear. Most sites wooded and shaded. Power and water only, sewer dump station on site, free. Camp host was great! Very helpful. Walking distance to lake and resort. We will definitely return. Reservations only so call ahead. - Pbeh
Aug 2016 - $32.00
We live in Bend, Oregon and decided to try East Lake for a few nights of local camping. First of all the road off Highway 97 to the RV Park is two lane, paved and very nice.
We travel in a 36 foot motorhome and did not take our tow car with us.
we opted for an "interior" site pull thru, we stayed in Site #40 it was on the end. The campground is laid out very nicely, the middle sites are pull thru the others are back-in. We had 50 amp and water hook up there is a dump station as you leave.
Our site was very large, clean, fire ring and picnic table. The campground is maintained so well and the campground host is on site and very helpful and friendly.
We camped five days here, four nights and it was great. We were able to walk across the road to the resort and East Lake. The area is breathtaking and you will no lack things to do or see.
Big rigs would fit into the interior sites of this campground, in fact the host told us they had a 46 foot RV stay there and had room.
There is NO wifi and there is no cell service at all. This was not a problem for us but if this is a must for you this campground would not work.
We enjoyed the campground and the nightly camp fires and will stay here again. We travel a great deal and have stayed at a lot of campgrounds etc, this is a very very nice one.
We booked our reservations on line and then had something come up so we called and talked to the owner and moved our dates and they were very nice and helpful about it.
There on line site for East Lake Resort will give you a map of the campground so you can see what the sites are and their location. Suggest bigger rigs select site in pull thru's. - OregonGirl
Aug 2015 - $7.00
Typical small NFS campground. Great camp host. Very quiet except for the occasional train. Some pull though sites. Lots of space between sites. We would have been able to get into half of them at 43'. The trees could use trimming. Pit toilets. Good dog walking in the surrounding woods. Nice stream in the meadow next to the camp sites to play in or just enjoy. Drought made sites and roads quite dusty. Good water available, but no threads on spigots to attach a hose so fill up before arriving. - bobcovey