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31 RV Parks near Idleyld Park, Oregon
Jun 2014 - $130.00
This is a beautiful group campground with 11 campsites that have fire-pits and picnic tables. There is room for additional tents. It is reservation only and you pay $130 for all 11 sites. There is a central fire-pit surrounded by 6 picnic tables, horseshoe pits, volley ball area, covered pavilion with electricity and water, one long counter with a cold water sink, picnic tables and a large grill. There are clean vault toilets on site with flush toilets and sinks across the street. A swimming hole on Rock Creek is also across the street. It is pet friendly but you must keep them on a leash. Friendly hosts and plenty of privacy. - PERRELLAS
Mar 2015 - $10.00
We were the camp hosts in 2013 and our host site was full hookup at the entrance by the large parking lots. The campground has no hookups but has water available, is treed, runs by a creek with swim holes, has clean vault toilets, a few pull-through sites, all tent or small camper and beautifully forested. There are several trails to hike, flush toilets near the entrance, a playground for kids, a big pavilion with electricity and water that can be rented and Rangers and hosts that care about their campers and their safety. Wonderful place to camp for a weekend or for the full week. - PERRELLAS
Jul 2013 - $10.00
Beautiful shaded small family campground with level sites and vault toilets, flush toilets near-by, and water available at several faucets around the campground. Swimming hole, walking paths, hiking paths, playground, picnic tables throughout the grounds and in each campsite. Handicap accessible sites and toilets, no showers, dog friendly but they must be kept on a leash. Firewood available, fire pits at each site, friendly and helpful hosts. We boon docked near-by as our RV was to big to fit into the campground. - PERRELLAS
Jul 2019 - $42.00
Located about 5 miles (ca. 8 km) off the highway, (Oregon 138) on literally an old bad road that gets to a terrible dirt road in the campground itself. Although a KOA, it is not to KOA standards or expectations. The facility is pretty old and has been around many seasons but it couldn't have been a KOA very long at all. We got no campground map and the KOA signage is pretty non-existent after you turn into the campground. Trees abound and it is VERY TIGHT maneuvering around them. I would NOT recommend any of the really big rigs out there at this KOA! If we hadn't been a 5th wheel I don't think we could have made it to our site. A worker was nearby as we were trying to get safely parked, and we asked about changing to a site next to ours that would have been easier to maneuver to, but he said we couldn't as the still empty site was "reserved." However, in our two nights there, there were two different RVs in that site! The campground and all sites are all covered in fine powered silt dirt, and EVERYTHING inside and out will be covered in the stuff. The sites really need gravel to help combat that dirt and dust. As I have read in other reviews, many of the sites, like ours, have the sewer connection uphill from the RV which made dumping a bit difficult. The campground was actually pretty full and seemed to consist of mainly family groups staying there to meet. The sites are limited, and they mix up RVs and tents. While I love trees, the not well-marked loops are pretty heavily treed for RVs to drive around and through and you can see trees that have been scraped getting around by the too big or too close RVs. I can't see it staying a KOA, and we would not go there again. Our only reason for staying here was the KOA name and the proximity to Crater Lake as it was about a half hour to the North entrance. - 2_Travelin
Jul 2019 - $32.00
Stayed 6 nights in July. Very remote with no radio or broadcast TV reception but did get 2-3 bars on AT&T cel. Nice RV are with large sites just a quick walk to the lake. They rent kayaks, fishing boats, pontoon boats. Nice little store for emergency purchases. If you come in early summer bring lots of bug spray (applies to all RV sites in Oregon's central Cascades!) Owners are the operators and are very nice. Close to Crater Lake and Diamond Lake. Note that owners just purchased this place a couple of years ago and are constantly updating. - MikeOBOr
Jul 2018 - $43.00
Pros: campground is on the lake, where you can rent a boat, fish and swim. Lots of hiking trails. Close to numerous waterfalls CONS: Sites are NOT LEVEL, and the park is one large dust bowl. Just walking throws up dust, which covers your RV and vehicle. I travel in a 42' class A which I don't recommend that large an RV stay here. - 8345
Jul 2018 - $33.00
Great little park on the Umpqua river. Camp host/owner most pleasant. All sites are deep back-in. Enough space between campers so did not feel cramped. No OTA or cable TV. Basic wifi ($) enough to check email. - Central Cal 5er
Oct 2016 - $32.00
We loved the place!
Beautiful area in the woods.
Well-kept, quiet and clean
The staff were super friendly and helpful
The Wifi was poor but we didn't expect much. - rafaelk
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Usually you find either RV parks that have full hookups OR you find a campground that is scenic and wooded. Umpqua's Last Resort offers both. It is located within the Umpqua Nat'l Forest and there's a short trail right from the campground, perfect for walking your dog. It's a family-run park. The hosts being so friendly and helpful, it's a delight staying here. The area offers many hiking opportunities, river trips, waterfalls and even a natural hot spring. Great WiFi! (But little phone reception.) A half hour from a small grocery store, 40 minutes from a small city. Remote but gorgeous. - CampTramp