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Overview of Rovers RV Park

Weekly Rate Yes

Monthly Rate Yes

Number of Sites 36

Reservations yes

Elevation 21 ft

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Verizon 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 6/29/2019
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 4/17/2015
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John T
21' Coachmen Viking 21RD
129 reviews
“Excellent RV park on the most spectacular section of the Oregon coast.”

Reviewed 6/29/2019

Nightly rate: $32
Days stayed: 7
Site Number: 21
Overall Rating

This RV park has changed its name from Chinook to Rovers to avoid confusion with other RV parks further north with the same name. This was a truly excellent place to stay. The location along the river was beautiful, the sites were spacious, and the owners were exceptionally friendly. Campsites were full hookups. The campground was not full during my stay in the second week of June. My $32 daily rate reflects a weekly rate of $225.

My site was very wide, with plenty of room for the trailer, picnic table and truck parking. The campground was very clean and quiet. The owner, Ben, held court in his man cave next to the office, where guests were welcome to play his guitars and drums, or to use his workbench and tools for any RV projects. The campground backed on to the river, accessible along a path, and seating was provided at the river's edge.

During the month of June, I stayed one week each at Bandon, here at Waldport, at Tillamook and across the river from Astoria, exploring the whole length of the Oregon coast. This stretch of coast centered on Waldport was by far the best location for spectacular ocean scenery and lighthouses.

Waldport is a nice, clean little village with a beautiful bridge over Alsea Bay. Gasoline in the village was as cheap as anywhere along the coast.

Verizon 4G was good, with 4 bars, -94 dB, 11 Mpbs down and 3 up.

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Verizon 4G/LTE

John T would stay here again

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com

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Portland, OR 42' Open Range Rolling Thunder 2011 Ford Ford Super Duty F 350 King Ranch
1 review
“Excellent small park with wonderful amenities especially for dog owners”

Reviewed 4/17/2015

Nightly rate: $35
Days stayed: 42
Site Number: 15
Overall Rating

We stayed at Chinook for 6 weeks and could have stayed longer if we wanted to.
This park is absolutely fabulous for those of us traveling with pets. The owners are great dog lovers and they will do anything to make you and your pets feel welcome.

The park is small right on the Alsea River, with excellent amenities, washer/dryer room, full or partial hook ups, cable tv, and the wifi is free and excellent strength. I know this really is exceptional. Most parks will tell you they have free wifi but most are hardly usable and have the pace of a 2400 baud modem in the '90's.

It is not really a park for those with kids, there are no kids amenities like play grounds and they are not allowed in the river.
We especially picked Chinook RV because it breathes the simplicity that we like and that makes us feel relaxed. The proximity to the river is awesome.
The dog off leash area is also located at the river and they have a HUGE field to run and play in and get their paws wet in the river.

I am a wheelchair user and Chinook RV Park is very accessible to me. I can accompany the dogs easily to the off-leash area in my wheelchair and can even drive around on the field and getting close to the water. This depends on the tide of course, if it has been high tide the grounds can be wet on some places and you will soon get to know those areas and know you have to avoid them in order to not get stuck.
We were parked at space nr: 16, all spaces are wide and large. Our 5th wheeler is 42 ft long and we had no problem fitting in.
Park is located on Highway 34 we did have some noise from the road but not excessive. Because there are no children the park itself is quiet.

Waldport has a good variety of small shops, an excellent grocery, pharmacy, drug store, hardware store, candy store and don't forget the antique stores.
On Thursdays and Saturdays the Pacific Dough Company, a bakery with the yummiest breads, tarts and pastries is open to the public. You have to try their Raspberry tarts they are to die for.
On wednesday there is a small farmers market where you can buy all kinds of fresh produce and of course some art products.

For breakfast and lunch/dinner I can highly recommend Jamie's Dockside Diner. A little bit further up the Alsea River Jamie has her diner on the dock on the river and serves the tastiest food ever. Take your time and lounge outside on the dock while enjoying your food.

Chinook RV Park is conveniently located to all these great 'things to do'. This park management is of the highest standard that we ever experienced. They made us feel right at home and we are sorry we have to pack up and go. We certainly will be back!!

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  • 50 Amp
  • 30 Amp
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
  • wifi: free
  • picnic area
Site Amenities
  • big rig
  • picnic table
  • dump station
  • laundry
  • recycle
  • restrooms: flush
  • showers
  • pets
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