Old Mill RV Resort Good Sam Verified Campground

210 S 3rd St, Garibaldi, OR 97118

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 2.8 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8
Restrooms 9
Appeal 8.5
(4 reviews) 2.8 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews

TILLAMOOK BAY ENCHANTING GETAWAY

Life slows down here on the Oregon Coast. No rush, no rush hour. Just fishing, kayaking, antiquing, train rides, hiking & the occasional crab race, fish fry & square dance. Our full service park is a great place to unwind!

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Address

210 S 3rd St
Garibaldi, OR, 97118

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Campground
Dump station
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Paved/Gravel
Table at site

Tenting Sites

Overflow area
Total spaces: 160
Spaces available: 80
Seasonal Sites: 80
Site length: 80
Max length: 80
Gravel sites: 80
Pull-thru size: 25 x 80
Pull-thrus: 33
Back-in size: 25 x 45
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
Number of full hookups: 64
Number of water: 16
Number of electric: 16
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Laundry
Table at site
Laundry
Table at site
RV supplies
Fire rings
Firewood
Patios
Fire rings
Firewood
Patios

Body of water: Tillamook Bay
Outdoor games
Playground
Horseshoes
Planned activities
Horseshoes
Planned activities

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Marina
Boating
Marina
ATV riding

Adventure seekers
Explore our Beautiful Oregon Seaside Town

Where else can you kayak, crab, fish, ride a train along the beautiful Oregon coast or attend a crab race? Tillamook Bay has much to offer! Go fishing & crabbing with a charter, take a hike or relax with some whale watching.

Attractions & Entertainment
Visit Our Oregon Seaside Town on Tillamook Bay

Just say cheese! Take a tour of the Tillamook Creamery & learn about the cheese making process & sample yummy products. Or take a ride on the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad for stunning views you won't forget!

Military Discount

2.7 (4 reviews) 2.75 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
2.7
Restroom
3.3
Appeal
2.7
What is being rated?
1 1 out of 5 stars 09/05/2022

We had a FHU 50 amp back-in site. It was not very level. Before arrival they sent us a text message saying we should go directly to our site, and check in once we were set up. The signage for sites is very poor, so we had to circle around to find our site. Maybe they don't want to take time to explain how to find your site, so they send the text message. As poor as the signage is, they need someone to escort you to your site. We saw many RVs circling to find their site while we were there. The site... Read More

We had a FHU 50 amp back-in site. It was not very level. Before arrival they sent us a text message saying we should go directly to our site, and check in once we were set up. The signage for sites is very poor, so we had to circle around to find our site. Maybe they don't want to take time to explain how to find your site, so they send the text message. As poor as the signage is, they need someone to escort you to your site. We saw many RVs circling to find their site while we were there. The site next to us was a pull-thru so our doors were opposite each other. Very little space between sites. If we sat outside, we were practically under the neighbors awning. The entry road and main roads are gravel and full of potholes. We understand this park is under new ownership and has raised the prices this year, but not made any improvements. Sites are gravel with dead grass and weeds. We were here a month and the weeds were getting very long without being trimmed. We did have a picnic table, but it was too nasty to sit at with pealing paint. The front section has many permanent, dilapidated trailers. They have rules, but seem to enforce them willy-nilly. On the weekends, the place was pretty full. Quiet time is supposed to be 10 pm, but there were young people making lots of noise at the playground until midnight. There is a scenic steam train ride available at the front of the park which runs several times a day with a very loud whistle. Rules regarding dogs on leash were also not enforced. They charge extra per night to park a boat or extra vehicle in the overflow parking lot, and also charge nightly for a fire ring. Enforcement of boat parking rules seemed random. There is a lot of potential for this to be a very nice park, but they need to improve their game a great deal. There is a nice little rocky beach area and the crabbing pier is nearby. Wi-Fi was decent during the week, but pretty useless on weekends. We would never stay here again!!
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2 2 out of 5 stars 04/23/2021

I have no Idea how this gets rated as a Good Sam Park . The staff is friendly enough but the park is pretty rough. Pull throughs are hard to navigate, roads are in really bad shape, there is no cable TV and the town had seen better days.

4 4 out of 5 stars 01/04/2021

The road into the park was rough and full of many pot holes but had lots of drive space. We stayed in space 415 the only camp that had a view of the bay which was only 100 feet from the site. There were 3 trees not very tall. Two on the left and one on the right of our space. The site was gravel based and only big enough for our truck with a camper to back in. The site had full hook ups, 50AMP, 30AMP, 110VAC and a sewer. The park has many tent and RV sites of which becaues of the time of year most... Read More

The road into the park was rough and full of many pot holes but had lots of drive space. We stayed in space 415 the only camp that had a view of the bay which was only 100 feet from the site. There were 3 trees not very tall. Two on the left and one on the right of our space. The site was gravel based and only big enough for our truck with a camper to back in. The site had full hook ups, 50AMP, 30AMP, 110VAC and a sewer. The park has many tent and RV sites of which becaues of the time of year most sites were empty. There are many full time residents living in spaces 100, 200. They had a pre-paid wireless WYFI service that cost us $12 for 7 days of service. The bandwidth was some what low some of the time and good other times. We camped at Old Mill RV Park & Event Center in a Truck Camper.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 10/06/2019

ended up staying for more than a week due to tow vehicle break down. the park was very accommodating as we kept having to extend days waiting for truck to be fixed. very friendly staff. park is clean and quiet with a combination of paved and gravel roads and mostly gravel sites some with patios and most with nice grassy areas separating sites. most sites are well spaced (much better than the other parks here that are packed in like sardines) and level. utilities worked well though WiFi was a little... Read More

ended up staying for more than a week due to tow vehicle break down. the park was very accommodating as we kept having to extend days waiting for truck to be fixed. very friendly staff. park is clean and quiet with a combination of paved and gravel roads and mostly gravel sites some with patios and most with nice grassy areas separating sites. most sites are well spaced (much better than the other parks here that are packed in like sardines) and level. utilities worked well though WiFi was a little slow but usable. no cable but several channels on antenna except when a storm rolled in then the TV went out. a few permanent or long term users but all were clean and friendly. the one complaint is the numerous potholes on the main drive in. i would stay here again. for a good and reasonably priced seafood dinner try Fish Peddler at Pacific Oyster in Bay City 4 miles south.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 09/05/2022

We had a FHU 50 amp back-in site. It was not very level. Before arrival they sent us a text message saying we should go directly to our site, and check in once we were set up. The signage for sites is very poor, so we had to circle around to find our site. Maybe they don't want to take time to explain how to find your site, so they send the text message. As poor as the signage is, they need someone to escort you to your site. We saw many RVs circling to find their site while we were there. The site... Read More

We had a FHU 50 amp back-in site. It was not very level. Before arrival they sent us a text message saying we should go directly to our site, and check in once we were set up. The signage for sites is very poor, so we had to circle around to find our site. Maybe they don't want to take time to explain how to find your site, so they send the text message. As poor as the signage is, they need someone to escort you to your site. We saw many RVs circling to find their site while we were there. The site next to us was a pull-thru so our doors were opposite each other. Very little space between sites. If we sat outside, we were practically under the neighbors awning. The entry road and main roads are gravel and full of potholes. We understand this park is under new ownership and has raised the prices this year, but not made any improvements. Sites are gravel with dead grass and weeds. We were here a month and the weeds were getting very long without being trimmed. We did have a picnic table, but it was too nasty to sit at with pealing paint. The front section has many permanent, dilapidated trailers. They have rules, but seem to enforce them willy-nilly. On the weekends, the place was pretty full. Quiet time is supposed to be 10 pm, but there were young people making lots of noise at the playground until midnight. There is a scenic steam train ride available at the front of the park which runs several times a day with a very loud whistle. Rules regarding dogs on leash were also not enforced. They charge extra per night to park a boat or extra vehicle in the overflow parking lot, and also charge nightly for a fire ring. Enforcement of boat parking rules seemed random. There is a lot of potential for this to be a very nice park, but they need to improve their game a great deal. There is a nice little rocky beach area and the crabbing pier is nearby. Wi-Fi was decent during the week, but pretty useless on weekends. We would never stay here again!!
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2 2 out of 5 stars 04/23/2021

I have no Idea how this gets rated as a Good Sam Park . The staff is friendly enough but the park is pretty rough. Pull throughs are hard to navigate, roads are in really bad shape, there is no cable TV and the town had seen better days.

4 4 out of 5 stars 01/04/2021

The road into the park was rough and full of many pot holes but had lots of drive space. We stayed in space 415 the only camp that had a view of the bay which was only 100 feet from the site. There were 3 trees not very tall. Two on the left and one on the right of our space. The site was gravel based and only big enough for our truck with a camper to back in. The site had full hook ups, 50AMP, 30AMP, 110VAC and a sewer. The park has many tent and RV sites of which becaues of the time of year most... Read More

The road into the park was rough and full of many pot holes but had lots of drive space. We stayed in space 415 the only camp that had a view of the bay which was only 100 feet from the site. There were 3 trees not very tall. Two on the left and one on the right of our space. The site was gravel based and only big enough for our truck with a camper to back in. The site had full hook ups, 50AMP, 30AMP, 110VAC and a sewer. The park has many tent and RV sites of which becaues of the time of year most sites were empty. There are many full time residents living in spaces 100, 200. They had a pre-paid wireless WYFI service that cost us $12 for 7 days of service. The bandwidth was some what low some of the time and good other times. We camped at Old Mill RV Park & Event Center in a Truck Camper.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 10/06/2019

ended up staying for more than a week due to tow vehicle break down. the park was very accommodating as we kept having to extend days waiting for truck to be fixed. very friendly staff. park is clean and quiet with a combination of paved and gravel roads and mostly gravel sites some with patios and most with nice grassy areas separating sites. most sites are well spaced (much better than the other parks here that are packed in like sardines) and level. utilities worked well though WiFi was a little... Read More

ended up staying for more than a week due to tow vehicle break down. the park was very accommodating as we kept having to extend days waiting for truck to be fixed. very friendly staff. park is clean and quiet with a combination of paved and gravel roads and mostly gravel sites some with patios and most with nice grassy areas separating sites. most sites are well spaced (much better than the other parks here that are packed in like sardines) and level. utilities worked well though WiFi was a little slow but usable. no cable but several channels on antenna except when a storm rolled in then the TV went out. a few permanent or long term users but all were clean and friendly. the one complaint is the numerous potholes on the main drive in. i would stay here again. for a good and reasonably priced seafood dinner try Fish Peddler at Pacific Oyster in Bay City 4 miles south.
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210 S 3rd St, Garibaldi, OR 97118
Coordinates: 45.558660, -123.909810
Elevation:

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From Jct of US-101 & 3rd St, W 0.1 mi on 3rd St (L)

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