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At highway 66 near Ashland this park has both RV and tent sites. The RV sites are full/partial hook up (30 amp only) and dry camping. Note though that even if you pay for partial or dry you will still need to pay $10/dump your tanks. We opted for just full hook ups here. The tent sites are near the creek.
There was some work being done that appear to be some upgrades. There is a nice pool area, a pond and the creek. The sites are level with picnic tables and fire pits. There are bathrooms, free hot showers, laundry, dog run, playground and store. Also available is propane ($3.50/gallon) book exchange and ice. Wifi was fast and free.
The road noise is noticeable but not too bad. Some of the spots can be close but for a night it wasn't bad. Pets are allowed on leash only but there were a couple of loose dogs running around so be aware.
NOTE: Google tells you to turn on the street (Neil Creek Rd) just after the park so if you have a big rig then turning around could be difficult. Keep an eye out for the campground and turn into it directly from the main road instead.
All the office and maintenance staff were friendly and helpful and neighbors were friendly and quiet. We didn't get the tweaker vibe mentioned in some previous reviews. This place is cute - maybe there are new owners (who changed the name from Glenyan to Ashland Creekside, maybe?) who are trying to turn things around.
Good cell service ATT, Verizon and TMobile.
Right off of Interstate 5 near the Seven Feathers Casino is this nice little campground, but you have to put up with some road noise. It is a good place to stay for a night while traveling through.
There are full hook up sites ($29/night) and dry camping sites ($19/night). We were only 1 of 3 campers here. Reservations are accepted though not necessary. The website states no first come first served but we just came and got a spot and the host came by and there was no problem. The info board at the campground said that walk up sites are available for that night only if the spot isn't reserved.
There are free hot showers, bathroom, water spigots and fountains throughout, garbage (no recycling), and playground. It is well shaded and sites are paved and include picnic tables and fire pits. There is no wifi or firewood for sale. Sites are paved and pretty level.
Good cell service from ATT, Verizon and TMobile.
Our stay at Seven Feathers was for only one night on our way to northern Oregon, but we totally liked the site. It was a pull through with plenty of space with grass between sites, and everything was super clean. The utilities were great and the place was quiet. We are not gamblers, but if we were, this could be a great place to be comfortable while supporting the tribe quarter by quarter LOL. Seriously, it is a very well run and maintained camp, with great planning when it was developed.
We were headed to this campground but the last 1/3 mile was blocked by gate and snow covered road so we ended up staying in the large parking area which was actually not bad and we stayed 3 nights. Website indicates campground is temporarily closed.
Signs stated that a permit is needed to park in the parking lot from Nov 1-April 30. The ranger we ran into on our hike to check out the campground said that it gets packed in the summer. The PCT runs near here so it is a place for thru hikers to stay.
Campground has 2 unisex handicap accessible vault toilets.The sites are tucked away and for some you’ll need to park and walk. RVs or trailers would have a hard time finding a spot that would fit them, though we saw one or two that a small rig could squeeze into. There did not appear to be a good turn around so it is advisable to walk up the road to assess to see if your rig has a space or will even fit. The sites are not very level except for maybe smaller tents. The road coming up the hill was paved, but just beyond the gate the road turns to dirt. It branches off so you’ll want to stay to the right to reach the campground.
The views are STUNNING with Mt Shasta in the distance and forest land extending as far as the eye can see. Very quiet and peaceful even in the parking area. There were a few other campers some with tents in the parking area so it is a common practice to crash here for a night or two. Good hiking or biking and in winter snowshoeing and cross country skiing, not to mention the Mt Ashland Ski Area is right here as well.
Good cell service with ATT, Verizon, and TMobile.
This campground just outside of Medford, OR near the Applegate River has potential. The road in is paved but very narrow with deep potholes. There are many trees that are close to the campground loop that make navigating through and backing into a spot a bit tough. We found a spot in our 26’ class C but there were some sites we wouldn't have been able to back into.
The parking areas at each site are fairly narrow as well and many are not level. Bigger rigs will have a hard time getting through here.
There are picnic tables and fire pits at each site and showers, flush toilet bathrooms and garbage available but no recycling. Water spigots are throughout the campground. Restrooms and one shower are handicap accessible.
There is a host on site and self pay at the kiosk $22/night. No reservations for the individual sites, but group sites require reservations. There are no hook ups or dump station. Solar power would be an issue as it is heavily shaded.
A couple of the other campers were questionable. There was a beat up van with a bunch of stuff (including a 55 gal drum) thrown on top at one site and later a homeless looking lady with a ton of stuff was dropped off by a Kabota and left there.
Everyone kept to themselves and it was surprisingly very quiet. We stayed here on a Fri night in early May and most spots were open.
Lots of wineries in the area offer wine tasting and there is also fishing in the river.
ATT 3 bars, Verizon and TMobile had LTE on roaming.
We stayed in the F loop for 3 nights midweek in late April and did not have a problem finding a spot. There were plenty of open spaces, and we moved after the first night to the other side of F loop in order to get away from the freeway noise. You can hear the noise from the whole campground, but the sites along the freeway are SO LOUD, and it did not slow down at night. We moved to a site that backed up to the Greenway and the noise was muffled enough and much more tolerable.
Campground is broken into several loops, and some are closed to camping at this time. Tent campers can stay in hookup sites but will still pay the full fee. Tent/ non-hookup loop is closed at this time. When we stayed here in April 2021 the only loops open were B, C, and F. Walkup sites are available that day after 10:30 or 11am if not already reserved. Can stay in those sites one night at a time. If you are staying multiple days and want to be sure you don’t lose your spot to an online reserver then you need to pay the $8 reservation fee and book it online, or make friends with a ranger and see if they will block off the spot for you online so nobody else reserves it. The rangers make so many rounds through this park! We have never seen the fee box checked so often, nor so many different rangers driving through the loop multiple times a day.
The campground is right on the Greenway bike trail, a beautiful trail along the river that goes through nearby towns. We weren’t able to find a path to actually go down to the water though, other than the boat ramp at the campground entrance.
We heard from several people that the clientele at this campground can pose problems, and while we did see a few campers who look like they might be long term-ers (vehicles that looked like they had seen better days, settled in with lots of stuff, loud music), the majority of people we saw looked like your average friendly quiet happy camper.
Free warm showers and flush toilets (open at this time). In the women’s shower in F loop, the first stall closest to the door seemed to get the warmest, though it never really got hot.
Each site has a picnic table and metal fire ring, and there is firewood available for sale. There are also horseshoe pits (but no horseshoes) and 2 (yes, two) disc golf stations. We paid $28/night for a site with water and electric.
There is a dump station and potable water on the way out. There are trash dumpsters here but no recycling bins. Good cell service.
This county park just outside of Grants Pass along the Rogue River is a good overnighter because it is convenient and inexpensive.
It’s $20/night for the tent/ non-hookup sites, $25 for water and electric (30 and 50 amp), and $30 for full hookup. Group camp is $60 and there’s a $5 per add’l vehicle fee.
There’s also a yurt but we didn’t see a cost listed for it.
The park also has FREE hot showers (trick to turn hot water on is to turn the old coin op knob). There is a boat ramp, dog park, and kid park adjacent to camping area. Park takes cash payments at kiosk near the entrance.
The place seems to be a local’s camp as some sites looked more like homeless camps with tarps and and array of stuff laying about. We did not feel unsafe here and everyone minded their own business, were quiet and kept to themselves. The hosts do make frequent rounds throughout the park and offer firewood for sale at $5 for 10 pieces of wood.
We stayed in our 26ft RV in the tent area as it was cheaper and less crowded and we backed up near the river. There is a lot of road noise especially from the road across the river. The roadway within the park is paved and sites are paved or gravel with grass surrounding. All sites are fairly level and have plenty of room. More trees in the hook up areas; the tent areas had few trees and was more open. Picnic tables and fire pits also at every site. We would stay here again if traveling through and needed a place for the night. We stayed here 2 nights during a weekend while waiting for an appointment in Grants Pass.
There are dumpsters here as well as trash bins throughout the campground, but no recycling.
Walkup sites available for that night only, or you can make online reservations 3 days in advance.
Good cell reception with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon.
The location of this RV Park was beautiful, but was extremely crowded and hard to get around on RV. They lacked customer service ask around, and even though wifi offered was offered as a service that we never were able to connect to. Called the owners on the after hours phone line as directed on their door for help correcting to wifi; abs was told the capacity was at its max and that was told I could go purchase a mobile Hotspot. We will never go their again!
Great RV sites that are close to the River with FHU’s. Hiking paths border the river and connect the many camping loops. Stayed in loop B which has back-in’s and drive throughs. Knowledgeable Camp Hosts in all loops. Easy on/off access to I-5, 10 miles south of Grants Pass and 15 miles North of Medford. Oregon State Park website and contract call-in reservations.