$35 with $5 senior discount. Amazing place. Super friendly and helpful hosts. Place is green and clean and doing maintenance to keep it that way. Great to have water, sewer and electric. There is a rather bumpy .8 mile bike trail that starts in the campground and takes you to some amazing blacktop trails that take you through several parks, around ponds and restored wetland areas. There is a nice .8 mile walking trail from the campground under the railroad and highway that takes you to the park and back. Been here two days and have not seen or heard a train use the track. Only about 20 sites so quiet and quaint. Love it! We will be back.
August 1, 2019 - reviewed by Mike
We attempted to stay here but was told (kind of rudely) our motorhome was too old - was not given what the age restriction was. As we moved through to turn around there were several RVs much older than ours. We asked about this and got a shoulder shrug for an answer. Confused as to why we couldn't stay in the "city that friendly built"
July 1, 2019 - reviewed by OTR (On The Road)
Green Green Grass
We pulled in without a reservation and the very friendly camp host set us up in the last spot available. All sites have beautiful soft green grass that is very nicely manicured with full hook-ups. Located right on the Santiam River and close to the really adorable town of Lebanon. A downfall would be that the area draws an interesting crowd to the day use area and it is fairly close to the train. Definitely would stay at again though.
July 6, 2017 - reviewed by Alan Acock
This is a small city park. The host was very helpful with a minor problem. He was going through the park many times. The location was very nice and it was close to town amenities. There was a nice trail along the river. It is true that there were a few homeless people around but they were friendly and we felt very safe. It was only $26.00 for a full hookup including cable. The Wi-fi was yu spotty but the host said they were adding repeaters this summer. Five stars.
August 19, 2015 - reviewed by Leo
On edge of town next to Riverside park which draws homeless people