We really liked this place. The sites are fairly narrow unless you get the premium sites with a deep back yard, but The big selling points for me online were the free access to the hot springs next door and the free breakfast.
We had high hopes for this place, but it felt a little shabby, some sites were very sloped, and we had trouble finding someone on check in. A “back in 15 minutes” sign was on the office door from 3 pm to 9 am the next day.
Good stuff? Very...
Despite being a stone's throw from I-5, this park is nice and quiet. Its convenience to I-5 is a real plus. It's not really in Eugene, but there is not much in Eugene, so this is a good option for those going to a game, graduation, or college...
We stayed here for just one night, but I can imagine staying for a week and visiting the national park and other attractions nearby. I can't be certain about the price, but I think it was in the 35-40 range. Given the location, amenities, and...
We stayed here for one night in early April. We have a B Van, so they put us in a back-in site. We didn't really have a place to sit outside the van, but it was just a one nighter. The office was being renovated, so we had to knock on a window...
We stayed here for a couple of nights to explore the city. The place has its pros and cons.
Pros: It's close enough to downtown to walk to many places. The laundry and bathroom facilities are clean and the staff is friendly. The office has...
We stayed here for one night en route from Goblin Valley to Reno. It was in the right place (not many RV parks in 60 miles either direction). The office was friendly and accommodating. About a 1/3rd of the park is long-term residents and they...
We were considering boondocking in nearby Temple Mt. Wash area, but decided a shower might be nice, so we grabbed one of two sites remaining at Goblin Valley when we arrived at 1:00 in late March. The site we had was really a parking spot (two...
We stayed here for three nights in March in order to explore the state park and nearby Canyonlands National Park. It was great to have electricity, especially as the temps got down to freezing at night. There is no water, but they have flush...
We camped here for three nights while exploring Arches National Park. We enjoyed the ability to hike right from the campground. We parked our RV and didn't move it for three days. There are many sites that are parallel to the campground road...
"Great Hot Springs, Free Breakfast, Dog Park"
"Needs maintenance and Bad Access from the West"
"Lovely Park with Pond Near Highway"
"Great Common Area Facilities"
"Mostly Full-time Residents in City RV Park"
"Friendly and Convenient"
"Decent Sites and Amenities in Interesting Area"
"Great Access to DHP and Canyonlands with Electrical Hookups"
"Busy and Tight but Great Amenities"
"Good Amenities in Awkward Location"
"Convenient Location and Excellent Amenities"
"Small Sites, Little Privacy, Nice Amenities and Dog Park Nearby"
"Gravel Lot across from Nice City Park and Near Restaurants"
"Small but Private Sites on the Snake River"
"Not Much Water, But Pretty and Level"
"Little Privacy, Nice for Fishing"
"Lots of Permanent Residents, Lots of Amenities"
"Nice People, Good Location, Needs Work"
"Private Sites and Beautiful Beach"
"Inexpensive and Woodsy with Hookups"