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6 RV Parks near Monument, Oregon
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Monument is located on the North Fork of the John Day River, approximately 120 miles southwest of Pendleton, 60 miles northwest of John Day, 142 miles northeast of Bend, and 190 miles southeast from the Portland airport.
This is a combination Motel and RV park. The park is very quiet and peaceful. Located directly next to a large open field where wildlife such as deer, Mountain Goats and wild turkey can be spotted.
It is a very simple park with a friendly family owned staff. It could stand some improvements, but considering the very small town size, it is amazing it exists at all. - Oregon_Adventure
Jun 2019 - $25.00
The peaceful serenity here lead me to extend my stay. I came to explore the John Day Fossil Beds, but after meeting the owner & son and getting settled under the big shade trees with lots of space between sites, I realized this is a great place to kick back and relax. With a camp chair set by the river, I was reading a book when Moe, the park dog, came by to stand in the water & snap at the bubbles. My granddaughters would have laughed themselves silly. That's the flavor and ambiance of this place. - RDSain
Oct 2018 - $25.00
I arrived here without a reservation because I was unable to get into the RV park across the street. Based on the glowing postings previously, I was expecting something a lot better, but I was tired and it was getting late, so I did not want to continue driving, and these two parks were the only ones within 20 miles. First, I could not find the owner and had to drive around for a while. Also, sites were gravel and uneven and this place looks like it has seen better days. In addition, there are only a handful of electric sites and none were satellite-friendly. Also, I had to fill up my water tank at a central fill station that had a dirty-looking hose, so I went around and got my own hose because I did not want to stick that one into my water fill opening. Because the ground was muddy, I held it off the muddy ground while I put enough water in my tank for one night. The place was nearly empty, other than a couple of what looked like permanent residents and one tenter. Anyway, I got parked, went inside my rig, and closed all my drapes for the night. It was quiet, which was good, but I was glad to get out of there in the morning. Verizon signal was good. Note that the owner does not take credit cards--cash and check only. - judy_online
Apr 2018 - $18.00
We used this park as a base to tour the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument and to explore Hwys 402, 395, and portions of NF 21. The tent sites were located along the river, the bathrooms were heated and clean. A welcome relief from the Spring snows we received for several days during our Spring Break adventures. We had three folks and one tent camping site. The local area is worth exploring. Our camp host did everything in his power to accommodate us. The simple pleasure of camping and having a hot shower and a fire were awesome especially since we had camped for 5 days and no showers at either of the previous ones... so we were living the high life. - regprob