Is this your business?
It’s not a hotel, it is an RV/tent campground with a lake and marina. PROS: As for cleanliness and beauty, you can’t beat it. There are pull-through RV sites and back in ones that are more private and plenty of tent sites as well. The well maintained sites are surrounded with trees and they all have picnic tables and fire pits (no fires allowed though right due due to extreme fire danger). RV sites have 30 & 50 amp and water, no sewage. However there are a few dump sites located in the park. Rates are very reasonable at $33/night. CONS: The available WiFi is almost nonexistent unless you are right at the lake and hardly any cell service, maybe one bar if you’re lucky. This is great if you want to “disconnect” but if you need to look something up or make a call, it’s very frustrating. The lake water is very dirty with very limited access for swimmers. You have to go to the day use area where there is a really small dirt access, all the other areas are surrounded by concrete slopes. There are no trees covering the picnic tables so you are sitting in the wide open hot sun. We watched one host literally lurking and sneaking around into people’s campsites “checking” them out, it was weird. The other hosts were great but this lady…oi, you better make sure you don’t sneeze the wrong direction or she’ll get ya.
We had the very best SUV Tent camping experience at Richardson Park Campground in Junction City, Oregon. The parks hosts Ray, and Tina were absolutely wonderful, compassionate, and extremely knowledgeable and helpful for us rookie SUV tent campers with our precious little dog. The park is very well kept, the restrooms and showers kept very clean. We had such a wonderful time we booked another stay for the next month. Thank you Ray and Tina, you both the best!!!
Clean park, water and electricity, site 8 is open on the side and looks at other sites. Has shade, and space behind if not tenting. Lake at park hard to get in, day use an easy walk for swimming. Launched kayaks at boat launch. Breeze at lake was welcome on this hot visit. Very likely to return.
Go else where camp host will be in your business, no service, host said the trails lead to the water but nope it was trails that homeless people made, campsite next to me had their belongings stolen by homeless people, my dogs were barking at a homeless person as a single female traveler but my dogs were the problem. Also everyone else’s dogs were barking. Nowhere on the website it says 2 dog limit, yet that’s what they told me and when the camp host was telling me to make them be quiet she brought up “there’s only suppose to be two” - after her husband had said we will make it work. They make up rules as they go, keep that paper of rules. Also quiet time isn’t until 9/10 and she was riding around on her little scooter enforcing quiet time before it was actually time.
I have camped at Richardson for over 15 years but missed the last few Years due to a move . Things have really Changed. Camp Host riding around on Bike looking to come up and harass You for all these Rules. We are senior citizens 3 sisters with 2 Husbands and a Granddaughter. We would have had 2 sites but the Campground had none available. We were loading a truck at the campsite with paddle board, coolers and floaties etc to go down to the water and harassed about having a 3rd vehicle in the spot . Unbelievable that they said we couldn’t even for the little bit of time it took to load. We paid 7 a night to park the truck in overflow.This helped to ruin our time and doubt we will return. Camp Host did apologize after 3 days of This. Lane county You can do better.
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