Stayed one night. The parking area is busy with truck traffic. RVers can park on the side normally used by autos. Nice information center and staff.
This RV park is mixed permanent residents rentable cabins and overnight sites. They provide a sewer ad water hose. Pressure is reduced to about 40 psi park wide. They guide you to your site. Cash only.
Most 55 year old RR parks are run down. This park is an exception. The staff I interacted with very personable.
Large parking area for RV and semis. This area is away from the flood lights surrounding the facilities. Relative quiet during the night. Easy access
The campground is a level asphalt parking lot. They have 50 and 20 amp electrical boxes. The water pressure is 100 psi. Very bright security lights. The location is quiet unlit 6:30 or so.
This campground is spacious and well maintained. The bath was clean but dated.
This park is ok for 1 night while in route, longer if you fish or have a boat. Next to I-84 and a railroad. It was noisy, although not as bad as I was expecting at night.
Pull through with a riverfront view. Partial hookups. Campground has a dump station. Propane available. One hour from Crater Lake NP. Some noise from neighbor highway and railroad. Biggest negative was the sites too close for my taste
Well laid out spacious campground. Great exposure for roof mounted solar panels.
This campground was close to I-5 without road noise. You could hear trains though.