RV Parks – Grants Pass, OR

2017:  I haven’t been back to Grants Pass since my first month-long stay in 2005, but I’m planning a return visit later this year. I will be updating pictures and notes and will be checking out a bunch more parks, but here’s some basic info and what I posted then, along with current links when possible.

2005:  Following are my impressions of the park I stayed at and ones I drove through while in the area.

Moon Mountain RV Resort

3298 Pearce Park Road (I-5 exit 55) ♦ 877-479-1145

Moon-Mountain 1

Entrance (click for larger size)

Moon-Mountain 2

Mountain Views (click for larger size)

Moon-Mountain 3

Me in Site 21 (click for larger size)

2005:  I chose Moon Mountain RV Park as my home in Grants Pass due to its convenient location and available monthly rate. I liked how the sites are terraced – and the views of the mountains weren’t bad either!

Site #21 was the only monthly site available at the time. Once the slides were out on both sides, it was a bit tight. It was hard to get to my storage bins on the left and I had to watch my step around the bedroom slide on the right. There were some sides wider than this, though.

Other than that, I don’t remember having any problems staying here and would probably try it again.

RVParkReviews.com – What other campers say.

CampgroundViews – 1 min. YouTube video drive through the park

Rates

Riverpark RV Resort

2956 Rogue River Hwy. (I-5 exit 48) ♦ 541-479-0046

Riverpark - overview

Riverpark overview (click for larger)

Riverpark - entrance

Riverpark entrance (click for larger)

Riverpark - river sites

River Sites (click for larger)

2005:  All things considered with the daily rates being equal, this looked like the nicest overall riverfront park to me, with 700′ of Roque River frontage.

It has 47 spaces, all with full hookups and cable TV.

My only concern was that it was so nicely shaded that I wouldn’t be able to get a satellite signal. I didn’t see any other satellites out when I drove through. The manager said it depends on the site and how much the trees are blossomed out.

RVParkReviews.com – What other campers say.

CampgroundViews – 1 min. YouTube video drive through the park

Rates  ♦ Facebook page

Riverfront RV Park

7060 Rogue River Hwy. (I-5 Exit 48)
541-582-0985 (no website found)

Riverfront RV Park 1

Sites fronting river (click for larger image)

Riverfront RV Park 2

Sites fronting river (click for larger image)

Riverfront RV Park 3

Sites 13-14 (click for larger image)

2005: This is a small park consisting of 21 spaces. It was mostly full when I dropped by and the manager told me most were long-term residents.

These two sites and five other directly front the Roque River.

These grassy sites, 13 & 14, have no sewer and are used for overnighters or weekenders. He said the motor homes like it because you can just drive up and watch the river flow.

RVParking.com – What other campers say.

Facebook – Not official page, but has pictures and comments from campers who stayed there.

Campground Views – Short video tour that says “catering to long term guests adjacent to Rogue River.”

Chinook Winds RV Park

8110 Rogue River Highway (I-5 Exit 48)
(541) 582-1686 (no website found)

Chinook 1

Road sites (click for larger image)

Chinook 2

Sites on River (click for larger image)

Chinook 3

Riverfront deck (click for larger image)

2005:  I visited here because a friend lived there. I thought it was a cute little park and frontage on the Rogue River was a definite attraction. I met the manager, who was very nice and obviously cared about the park, which was owned by her daughter and husband.

I’m standing on the nice deck they have built at the river’s edge – a good place to feed the ducks and watch the birds. The park has a total of 25 sites, 18 with full hookups. The manager said about 75% were occupied by long term residents at this time.

2017:  When I spoke to the park host, he said they usually don’t have overnight spots available since the park is usually full of long term residents.

Google reviews

Facebook page (not official, but pics and comments from other campers)

General Reviews of Grants Pass RV Parks:

If you have any info or comments on Grants Pass RV parks, please share in comments below – I’d love to hear from you!

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