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6 RV Parks near Paisley, Oregon
Nov 2016 - $50.00
Mice! This park has an abundance of mice. Set the traps in your rig when you park or you'll go hone with hitchhikers, and unlike in Disney movies they are not cute.
Other than the indigenous rodent population it's a good place to spend a couple days resting and soaking. The hot springs are well kept and clean, and the mineral water is delicious. It comes hot right out of the hydrants at your site! It was wonderfully quiet, and a great place to rest up before another 400 miles of driving :-) - Zach Merritt
May 2016 - $50.00
The hot springs, remote location, good people all add to make a great experience. We had to leave a day earily and ask if we could have a free day on our next visit. No hassle just here you are a card signed by the owner. Cloths are required until 9:00 PM. TWO PERFECT ROCK HOT HOT POOLS......out side and a great barn w/showers and inside soaking pool to protect you from the occasional wind. Best check out the web site. You will either love the funk or think I am crazy. - paulg
Feb 2016 - $45.00
This place had been on the bucket list for some time. Price reflects, camping plus 24 hour/day access to facility. Staff and owner very nice. This is a hot spring with full hook up sites not an RV resort. We were the only ones there which greatly added to the overall experience. There was not a lot of junk laying around stated in other posts. Beautiful winter wonderland scenery , with great hot spring experience. Got exactly what I expected plus more. Would stay here again if in the area. Would avoid burning man time due to pre and post parties held here. - Randoni
Sep 2018 - $20.00
A bare bones place to stay while exploring southeast Oregon. About 12 miles north of Lakeview, across from the imposing cliffs of the Abert Rim. Grass and gravel pull-through, no sewers , no dump station, no wifi. They only take cash. The owner and his assistant, were friendly and helpful. Lots of room for our dogs to run. Lots of junk on the site, apparently due to some issues while the owner was away. We would stay there again when in the area. N. - JacknLorie
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Beautiful surroundings, enjoyed walking the dogs. I'd stay again. Full hookups, showers, laundry, bathrooms. Easy to connect to electric and water. - yama
Jun 2015 - $20.00
A small RV park just south of Valley Falls and north of Lakeview. Beautiful view of the magnificent Abert Rim, and its grand canyon style colors as the sun sets. Larry and Linda are very nice and dedicated Hosts who will do anything for you. Level pull thru's with 50 Amp & water and a few dry camp sites for $15. Only reason it was not rated a 10 was that it did not have a sewer hookup. (One available 2 miles north). No store or fuel but one 2 miles north. Highly recommend for a couple day stop point between Bend, OR and Reno, NV. - Country Coach RVer
Jun 2016 - $10.00
This is a paradise for birders. The camping areas on the refuge are several. We dry camped at Bullgate under trees which were the home of 3 large owls. There were 2 pit toilets. We camped on grass in a level spot.
Spent 2 nights and saw many species of birds. Many gravel roads criss cross the large refuge where you can bird from the vehicle. - waterwoman
Sep 2018 - $26.00
Payment is cash or check, you get an envelope out of a box, fill it out with information/payment, then poke it thru a slot in the door of the office. I called first and was told, yes they had room for my RV/truck, and to take space XX. GPS wanted to take me on a road that would have got me there...eventually. I opted to go by directions given on their website and all was well. At 60' long I had to adjust my entry into the space but it worked out OK. Water/Power worked as they should and the laundry was clean and reasonable. - Ella18
May 2017 - $24.00
Rate is with Escapees discount. This is another lovely, well maintained park that's off the beaten track. I don't know if it was the owners or camp hosts that we met, but they were very friendly and offered information about things to do in the area. Park is big rig friendly and all sites are pull-throughs. Some of the sites, however, require a bit of forethought before entering. Due to the large rocks that are at the edges of some of the sites, it's easier if you approach the sites from a particular direction. Sites are gravel with a decent amount of grassy area between each site. There are showers and restrooms, but we didn't use them. There is a tent area as well. Verizon data and cell worked well. We would definitely stay again if passing through the area. - Guinness
Apr 2017 - $28.00
Lovely little park overlooking the Summer Lake Valley. Quiet and very clean with ample width in our pull through space. Open year round and without the crowds! - BackCountryRoamers