The check-in process was quick and easy. We ask for the same spot every year. When we stayed here the first time, we were kind of hesitant. But as we got to know the full-timers and visited with the overnighters, it turned out to be a great place to stay. The sites are large enough to accomodate our 40-footer with slideouts. Long, with plenty of feet to spare. Not a lot of space between sites, but enough room in the rear to stretch out on the nice grassy area and take in the great water and mountain views. You can hear the tigers roaring most nights.
Very nice RV park. I am motorcycle camping, and Jeff set me up with a beautiful spot overlooking the river. I pitched my tent on soft green grass. The bathrooms are clean and the showers have lots of hot water. The owners really take good care of this park. The other travelers who were staying here were very friendly. This is a good place to stay!
Lots of shade lots of grass nice clean park. Will stop here again. They don't take credit cards cash or check This RV park is next to SR 199 but quiet. Located a little south of Cave junction 2 miles. They have pull thru and back in sights. The linchpin river runs along back of park. We didn't use the bathrooms so can't report on them
You can't judge a book by its cover and you can't rate this campground from the road!! This campground has large pull thru and back in spots for all size rigs. It offers green grass, river access and trees with open areas to roam. This is a secret in the rough that gives you a nice outdoor camping experience .
When we arrived on a Sunday morning, we were met by (presumably) a camp host as the regular office staff were at church. The lady was very helpful in getting us a pull-through so we didn't have to disconnect the 5th wheel. She also helped guide my husband to the spot so he could find it easily. We were warned there was low water pressure, but that was not a deal-breaker for our particular one-night stay. Free public (slow) WiFi and limited cable were available. The campground is relatively small and the layout is a bit confusing till you get the hang of it, but it's next to a river and full of pine trees with huge pinecones. It's not terribly far from Grant's Pass (about 29 miles, I think), if you need anything in that direction. We had no issues and no real complaints about our stay. If it hadn't been for all the rainy weather we experienced on our trip, we would've been able to enjoy the quaint outdoors. If you're looking for a quick overnight, or even weekend stay, this might be the place for you, too!…