Portland-Woodburn RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
We were pleased with this nice clean park. The fmca member discount equaled the cost of the tax, so that was basically a wash, but at least we were able to get a discount. There's a separate entrance for the outlet mall that we didn't use because we just stayed for one night. We needed a full hookup pull through site so we didn't have to unhitch the toad. Many rv "residents " live there, but it was a nice quiet place to sleep & stay. That night there was a dinner meal for the residents or any visitors who wanted to attend. The tables were nicely set, but no more reservations were accepted because it was already full. The staff was friendly & helpful. I would recommend this park.
Don't come here to rest
The park is loaded with long stayers (schoolbus stops on park). Not bad, but we see in some places decorations that don't fit the campground. Some campers have seen the better days.
Park has a convenient backdoor to the outlet.
Pool was not open due to bad weather, but seemed ok.
Restrooms are not big, but all is in place and is maintained well and looks clean.
The campground is very close to I-5 and one hears the cars/trucks all day.
Price based upon 26ft (two nights @ $84) full hook up.
found this park to be well maintained with a friendly staff. Sites are paved with easy on/off I-5 and right next door the to Woodburn Company Stores. There are restaraunts adjacent to the park. Will be back again.
We appreciated the clean showers and laundry room. Sites are well manicured and the office staff were friendly and helpful.
Clean, friendly staff, and right next to the outlet mall. We stay here on our way south, nice rest and well ran park.
Park.....very clean, and backed up to a huge outlet center. Didn't use the showers, but assume they were as clean as everything else.
A Gardener's Dream
The park is well laid out with grass between the sites and flowers at the end caps and along the sidewalks. There is an outlet mall along one side and several restaurants in front, all within easy walking distance. The sites are paved and a little on the short side which is probably to be expected in a urban setting. We were advised to drop our car before entering the park and the advice was good. All of the hookups were in working order. We say many people tending the grass and flowers alongside their site and it appears to be a destination campground for area residents.