August 16, 2023 - reviewed by RobbieD
Many memories here back in its hay day with teepees and covered wagons available to camp in for families, it was a happening place! When the river dropped they had irrigation issues, alot of areas went dry, and they struggled with staffing. The teepees and covered wagons are gone now. Seems they have begun to bring it back but still areas of little irrigation. Lots of small thistles in the common areas my dog or I didn’t care for.🐾
Its “a big park” with great views of the Snake River. When the river was up, the catfish, bass, and crappie fishing is outstanding and I think you could still catch a few now🎣🎣Banks are pretty muddy now. Its mid August now and super hot with few areas to get wet without wading into mud. The camp has everything you need along with a few cabins to rent now. Hope to see the river back up one day soon and the camp back up to speed⛺️🎣🚤🐾🏊♂️
July 10, 2023 - reviewed by Serry Berry
Poor Tent Area
The antelope loop is for tents. No electricity. Water a short walk (about 40 yards). Only one toilet for the 44 tent sites. 2 showers. No trash can anywhere. Pretty weird for a stye park. $21 for out of state tent site.
This area is not maintained. No park personnel. Sticker bushes growing in the parking areas and tent set up areas.dead trees. Zero privacy (in contrast, the RV sites are nicer and separated by trees and bushes.
Ok. For a night. Highway noise and poorly maintained.
September 3, 2022 - reviewed by Myrl-F
New Price Makes This Not Worth A Stop
We've stayed here 3 times now and have always enjoyed it. We made reservations and at a surcharge of $8/night knew it would not be good. Then Oregon raised prices to $33/night for non residents. Total was $41/night which is really pushing it for 1 night's accomidations at a no frills campground. Bathrooms and showers are clean, C loop still has large sites overlooking the Snake river. Next time we'll stay at a rest area since Oregon does not want non-residents to visit.
July 25, 2022 - reviewed by Tracy
Cost a little extra for Wiconsinite. There are ALOT of sites here. Some reservable some 1st come. Put money in envelopes, drop in box. Bathhouse. free shower not very clean. Took forever for warm water. Great view. Water, electric on site. Nice pad. There was a camp host but never seen them. Overall decent park for a one nighter. Grab a site with a view.
July 13, 2019 - reviewed by LongRider
Good For Tents And Hammocks
Nice spots for tents and trees for hammocks. Plenty of space. $18 for the spot. $7 more for the 3rd motorcycle.
October 14, 2018 - reviewed by Kurt
One loop is relatively private while the other has the views. Some sites need more leveling than others.
August 18, 2018 - reviewed by C And J
The park/campground is set up in 3 loops. We stayed in loop c, closest to the water with smaller newer trees. We were right next to the snake river, it's gorgeous, but the water was low and had toxic algae during our stay, which was a bummer. Camp spots are setup nice, each has a burn pit and picnic table, not a lot of shade but setup nice and spacious. The river is gorgeous here, walking paths throughout the park, and a huge fenced dog run area. Great place to visit, but be sure and call ahead for water/algae info first.
June 28, 2018 - reviewed by Gary and Mindy
Extra charge for your toad and 2 of the toads wheels must be on pavement. Boat trailers can park anywhere though??
April 28, 2018 - reviewed by Myrl-F
Oregon has the best parks
Two campsite loops. One on top has hedges between the sites, lower one has wide open spaces, but you can overlook the Snake River with a view. Bathrooms and showers, water and power. Dump station at the entrance. Well worth the stop.
March 5, 2016 - reviewed by Erhead
Very quiet...small...nice area on the river