RV Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Pheasant Ridge Recreational Vehicle Resort

At Pheasant Ridge, you will experience the scenic beauty and conveniences of a first-rate recreational vehicle (RV) facility situated on a 45 acre wooded site that overlooks the picturesque Willamette Valley. Amenities include full hookups, pull-thrus, onsite grocery, L.P. gass, indoor pool and spa, Wi-Fi (wireless Internet access) and much more.

Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Features
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Pheasant Ridge Recreational Vehicle Resort is located in Oregon
Latitude
45.3366 N
Longitude
-122.7644 W
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Directions
Pheasant Ridge Recreational Vehicle Resort is located at 8275 SW Elligsen in Wilsonville, Oregon - just a few minutes south of Portland. Take Exit 286 off I-5 and head East on SW Elligsen road.
2 Reviews of Pheasant Ridge Recreational Vehicle Resort
Glamping

This was my first experience at an RV Resort. It is located right of the interstate but feels secluded. They have both back in and pull through sites, a little tight with neighbors but I was told it is better than other RV resorts. Beautiful landscaping, indoor pool and hot tub, small market, laundry facilities, horseshoe pits on beautiful grassy area. Yes to dogs and cats and no breed restrictions! They have a nice grassy area with poop bags! Bummer no fires 🙁 If fire pits I’d give the 5th star! Also, within 15-20 mins there are amazing countryside, wine tasting, hiking/walking, Willamette River with off leash areas for dogs, and downtown Portland. Additionally there is an off leash park 8 mins away. Overall a good experience, we enjoyed our stay. My photos don’t show much of the place but their website’s photos represent well.

First to Review
Decent and just outside of Portland

This RV park is more like a glamorous parking lot. Everything is paved, there are no fire pits, and the spaces are very tight. In fact, we asked them to move us to the end of a row because our initial spot was so cramped; we barely had room for our table. They do have nice showers and a few pieces of gym equipment. They have a nice green area behind the main buildings where we played horseshoes. It's not in a very scenic location, just tucked away from a suburban shopping area; not loud though. We really only stayed here because it was the only availability we could find in the Portland area.