Make sure you fill your RV water before parking in your site. Reservations only no first come first serve. No cellular service, flush toilets but no showers. Site 48 has full shade great for our July visit. The only thing that bugged us was the noisy service/repair truck would squeak into campground area at 7am. As Oregon campground hosts we entered the campground at the earliest 9 on weekdays and 10 on weekends. Most of the USFS campgrounds are concessionaires with an occasional view of a ranger or law enforcement.
We were able to park our 33’ RV with F250 long bed in site 15 but not without skill and ingenuity. The front hitch was as low as it could go and still not level. Highway 97 noise from semi trucks using the Jake brake to slow down finally stopped around 10PM. No pay envelopes available. The rangers said they were out so it was free. No cellular or dump station.
We loved it here. We had 2 bars of Verizon LTE and paid only $5/night with the interagency Golden Pass.
Right off I90 deeper into the woods behind the Quartz Rest-stop. Large pull throughs and medium to small back in sites. Water available, vault toilets, bear resistant trash containers and dump station. $10/night or $5/night with interagency Golden Pass. Highway noise can be bothersome but given the sign of times (COVID-19 and EVERYONE else out camping) we are thankful for a place to call home on a Friday afternoon! All sites are first come first serve.
Fairly level site 95 fit our trailer & truck totaling 55”. People tend to not leash their dog which is a problem for my dog. Full hookups, check in is 3pm out is 11am. About 10 miles outside of Pendleton, OR (post office for mail and packages, Walmart Supercenter and Safeway. Arrowhead travel center for gas or munchies that has easy RV access. Free WiFi and 2 bars of Verizon LTE. Just off of Hwy 84. We did not enter the casino. Roosters restaurant in Pendleton provided safe distance dining in a clean environment.