A lovely gem of a place, with a great feel. The care of the owners is evident in the little touches, like trees by every RV spot, and in the guest services, like the clean, newly renovated bathrooms. The community hot spring pool and the smaller, hotter pool next to it are excellent -- be sure to inquire about their open hours, since the website said both would be closed for the season by the time we arrived, but they were open. We stayed in one of the two yurts, both of which have a private back patio with its own tub and mineral water taps. Perfect!
Wonderful place to unwind! The Hot Springs are so relaxing and the atmosphere is laid back and back to nature! Everything is clean and tidy. Have stayed there 3 times in our RV and will go back again. Employees are pleasant and helpful! Only complaint, the winds pick up in the fall, lol, thought my RV was going to The Land of Oz a couple of times. But rode it out and would do it again, just added to the adventure!
Grande Hot Springs RV Resort lives up to its name. It is indeed grand and it does have hot springs and it feels very much like a resort. Our camper has a shower but I wanted to try the spa shower at the campground. Aaaaahhhh. Nice! It was also nice that the owner spread his guests out to provide a more private experience. The resort wasn’t full when we were there so we had a generous amount of space. And, you know how a lot of CGs say they have WiFi but it turns out that it doesn’t work at the sites, only at the office? Not so here! The WiFi worked great even though we were far from the office. There is lots of green space. There are a lot of trees and birdhouses. The adjacent pond had some birds in it. The property is very well maintained. The shower/bathhouse is clean. The location is convenient. The tent area is in an exceptionally pretty spot. This is just a great place. …
Clean, well maintained campground with mostly very large rigs. Restrooms were clean, but hot. Nice hot springs pool area which they close after 9 am to adults only which is nice. Good wifi if you are close to the office, lots of local television channels, no cable. The only downside is that there is no shade. We have a very nice awning that we put up in parks like this, but they made us take it down which was disappointing. I would understand if it was ugly or if it was windy. Oh well...other than that, its a nice spot.
When we travel east from Portland, this is ALWAYS one of our planned stops. Upon arrival you will be struck by the incredible maintenance and beauty of the area. When you go inside to check in, expect to find great customer service and tips on what to do/where to go. The sites are HUGE. If you are traveling and just looking for a day, or two down, most of the sites easily accommodate a large Class A and TOAD without unhooking. The pool is heated naturally via the hot spring and they have yurts with private hot tubs if you decide to just drive over for a couple of days. We love this place and have visited several times.