March 18, 2020 - reviewed by Matthew ,Krystal
Stayed here the full length you can stay. There is 2 host, both are nice gals just happen to play by the book! The gates close at 10p.m. the river is nice to wake up to. Lots of food all around. Paved walking trail around the park. RV park needs more gravel. That's the only down fall. March 15th , 2020
October 2, 2019 - reviewed by The Grey Ghost
Ok Stop Over
A little road noise from I205. But has spots facing river. Nice view. No problem with any of the hosts. All very nice. No sewer at site but there is a dump station. As for closing in winter we were told it depends on temperature and river level. Sometimes it is open all winter long. But you have to call and check. Also no reservations and a 10 day limit.
September 20, 2019 - reviewed by Dana
Park Host Woman Is Insane
She is loud and bossy. For no reason but to be so. Confrontational for no reason but to make sure you know she’s in charge. Follows you around park to make sure you pick up after your pet. Actually hid behind campers to follow. Accuses you of not picking up after your pet even though you know that you are and threatens you with a fine. Some people she seems to get away with breaking all her rules. I think she feels the need to be emotionally coddled. Trashy. Loud. Locks you in the park at ten on and makes sure you know if you’re not in by that time you will be locked out. And there’s nowhere to park outside the gate. She is over the top controlling and a bitch.
July 12, 2019 - reviewed by RangerDave
Open In Summer
No review yet, but this park is NOT open year round. Planning to stay later this month.
July 13, 2017 - reviewed by Ray B
If available go for spot 38, great views of the water ways. 30$ a night for water front and 25 from inside rows. Park hosts are very welcoming.
May 9, 2017 - reviewed by Namaste
February 5, 2017 - reviewed by Josh And Cori
Clackamette RV Park
We love waking up on the river! It doesn't feel like you are right in town! it's a beautiful park in the middle of town!