We parked our motorhome here for two nights. We used this for a stopover between Bend, Or and Boise, ID. If you're looking for quiet and out of the way, this is it. Unfortunately, when we were there they had a problem with their pump so the hot springs pond was lukewarm. However, full hookups, with workable WiFi and a nice common area with TV, books and games. They also have available cabins, tent spaces and private hot tubs.
I guess it’s the location that makes this park fairly expensive. It is convenient to shopping, Old Mill District and downtown Bend. Walmart and Fred Meyer are close by if you need to restock. The park is nice but unremarkable. We had a roomy spot with full hookups including cable but the WiFi was pretty much unusable for us. Apparently they have just gone through some upgrade and are still having issues. Clean restrooms and nice laundry.
The spot we were able to get was water and 30 AMP electric only. They assured me that we would be able to dump our tanks before leaving but it turns out that I would have to use one of their sites with a sewer connection but when we left they were all occupied so no dump. Our site backed up to the highway so was a little exposed to the road noise although it had nice shade. The grounds were nice and they had plentiful open space to hang out in. Also, they have a nice large gas grill available for any guest to use also DVDs to loan. It was convenient to visit Crater Lake. Overall, an average experience for the price.
This was a stopover for us on our way north to Carson City/Lake Tahoe. The park is well maintained with asphalt pads and full hook ups. The sites are a little tight but plenty of pull through pads. Nice bathrooms and showers. Conveniently located on Highway 395 on the north side of Bishop near shopping and restaurants. We paid $38 per night.
This park was perfectly located for our needs. We were spending a couple of weeks in Lake Tahoe with friends and had no need to take the RV up there so we stored it here. Then when we were ready to continue our trip, we hooked up in one of their sites to cool off our fridge, hit the nearby Costco, Walmart and Trader Joe's and we were on our way. The sites are nothing special, some quite angled but full hookups and access to bathrooms and showers if needed.
The staff we encountered were friendly and accommodative. The price reflects the location on Highway 395 in Carson City. We paid $38 for our night hooked up and $65 for storage which would have allowed us to store up to 1 month.
Unfortunately, Eagle Lake is suffering from the drought like some many other California lakes. This RV park is on the west side of the lake a few miles off Highway 139. If you go there, come around the north side of the lake particularly if you are towing. The trip up from the south on the A1 road can be difficult. Also, beware that some GPS systems will direct you to a closed back entrance. Call for directions.
Most sites are shaded with full hookups, 30amp electrical service. Free Wi-Fi was workable and cable TV service was weak. Excellent service from those we encountered. Only 4 or 5 others in the park when we were there so it was quiet. They also rent cabins.
This is a very simple RV park, sites are on grass with full hook ups. I did not find any 50 amp service, but the 30 amp worked well. There are a couple of partially shaded spots. Self-pay station and nice bathrooms with showers round out the amenities. $18 per night.