Depot Park

County Park

1 Review
Prairie Cy South Side of River Road Prairie City, OR 97869 541-820-3605

GPS: 44.458, -118.706

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Overview of Depot Park

Number of Sites 20

Elevation 3,510 ft / 1,069 m

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Craig_T@B
WA 15' nuCamp TaB 320S Chevrolet Colorado
20 reviews
“Nice location, Poor management / upkeep.”

Reviewed 9/7/2019

Nightly rate: $22
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 7
Overall Rating

Web-site says 'First come". On arrival sign said due to high reservations see Host. It was a Saturday, no Host home, Host not answering phone (my phone had no service so a helpful local helped me). I took a spot without a reserved sign, paid for full hook-ups but (a) sewer drain cover would not close (b) 30-Amp had Reversed Fault. So keep the window closed on the sewer side, lived with 20-Amp service.

Something is off with how this County Park is Managed.

Enjoyable museum in the old train station, nice small town with basic shops.

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Craig_T@B would stay here again

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Amenities

Hookups
  • 20 Amp
  • Partial Hookups
Facilities
  • dump station
  • showers
  • water available

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