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No Fires
No Pets
Drinking Water
About Willamette Wine Country RV Park and The Vintages Trailer Resort
The Willamette Wine Country RV Park and The Vintages Trailer Resort includes a RV Park and a Trailer Resort. RV Park: Nestled on the bank of the Yamhill River in Oregon’s scenic Willamette Valley, our RV park is known for its quiet, friendly atmosphere. Nearby you’ll find wineries, live music, golf, casinos, historic small towns and an aviation museum. And that’s just for starters. Trailer Resort: Each trailer offers a unique lodging experience tailored to compliment your wine tasting, dining and exploration. A short list of amenities includes gourmet pour-over coffee from Caravan Coffee, luxurious terrycloth robes, comfortable mattresses and fine hotel-quality linens. Should you decide to put your culinary skills to good use, your trailer features a propane grill and all the tableware and utensils you could possible desire (including a wine opener, of course!)
Operator
Private
Features
+ More
No ADA Access
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Water Hookups
Location
Willamette Wine Country RV Park and The Vintages Trailer Resort is located in Oregon
Latitude
45.228 N
Longitude
-123.076 W
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1 Review of Willamette Wine Country RV Park and The Vintages Trailer Resort
First to Review
Great Glamping!

Kevin and I stayed at the Vintages to celebrate our 11th anniversary and it was even better than I had hoped! It's located in Dayton, OR right in the middle of wine country. The park/resort is made up of 2 parts. One part is the RV section where people with RVs can park (like a regular RV park). We stayed in the section where you rent out a RV which is there permanently. There are all super cute, vintage trailers. We chose #30 (The Neutron Couples 1) mainly because it had this amazing bathtub and it was on the end so had a bit more privacy. All the trailers are super cute and have a toilet, bathtub/shower, kitchen, 2 bikes, small patio with chairs outside. Even had plush bathrobes and pour over coffee so not a typical camping experience by any stretch of the imagination. There was also a pool, clubhouse, shower room (which was nice because it gets pretty tight in the trailer…).

From the park, you can take a short, very pretty walk to the town of Dayton where there are a few restaurants. There is also a grill at the trailer. Definitely glamping at it's finest but what else would you expect from a vintage airstream in wine country.