The Point RV Campground (Jackson County Park) Good Sam Verified Campground

Ashland, OR 97520

Good Sam Verified Campground
(2 reviews) 5 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
(2 reviews) 5 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
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Ashland, OR, 97520

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Public Park
Partial Handicap Access

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Day Max Stay (14)
No tents
Spaces available: 32
Max length: 50
Gravel sites: 32
Pull-thrus: 3
Back-in size: 14 x 50
Number of full hookups: 32
Amps: 50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Fire rings

Swimming
Lake
Body of water: Emigrant Lake
Playground
Horseshoes
Playground
Horseshoes
Fishing
Watersports
Boat ramp
Watersports
Boat ramp

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Boating

5 (2 reviews) 5 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Facility
5
Restroom
5
Appeal
5
What is being rated?
5 5 out of 5 stars 08/12/2017

The Point RV Campground is on the shores of Emigrant Lake. We stayed their for the Ashland shakespeare festival. The theaters are a short drive away. The park has many things to offer boating, fishing, swimming, Kids park. The park host located at the front gate is very Good!. Fantastic restrooms. The RV park is located on a hill over looking the lake. Our slanted back in spot allowed for a panoramic view sitting from our dining table. Flat for easy setup full hook-up. No Wi-fi or cable.... Read More

The Point RV Campground is on the shores of Emigrant Lake. We stayed their for the Ashland shakespeare festival. The theaters are a short drive away. The park has many things to offer boating, fishing, swimming, Kids park. The park host located at the front gate is very Good!. Fantastic restrooms. The RV park is located on a hill over looking the lake. Our slanted back in spot allowed for a panoramic view sitting from our dining table. Flat for easy setup full hook-up. No Wi-fi or cable. Good Cell Service, used my T-mobile service as a Wi-fi hot spot. Didn't need cable had enough local Air channel reception. Be careful when getting directions, I first used my Garmin Nuvi to find the park it wanted me to go to Klamath falls (50 miles away). When going up the hill to the RV spots, The road has a harsh dip over the lake overflow, which can cause long trailers to scrape on the road. We will be staying here again.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 11/23/2015

The Point RV Campground is a few miles east of Ashland and on the shores of Emigrant Lake. There are parks, plenty of boating and fishing, hiking and lots of fun things to do in Ashland. The campground is part of Jackson County Parks and is referred to as Emigrant Lake Recreation Area. I stayed 8 nights at $30 per night and an $8 reservation fee. I stayed in my 40 foot Motorcoach and had towed my Honda CR-V and carried my Triumph motorcycle on the back of the Motorcoach. There was no extra charge... Read More

The Point RV Campground is a few miles east of Ashland and on the shores of Emigrant Lake. There are parks, plenty of boating and fishing, hiking and lots of fun things to do in Ashland. The campground is part of Jackson County Parks and is referred to as Emigrant Lake Recreation Area. I stayed 8 nights at $30 per night and an $8 reservation fee. I stayed in my 40 foot Motorcoach and had towed my Honda CR-V and carried my Triumph motorcycle on the back of the Motorcoach. There was no extra charge for the motorcycle even though technically it was a second vehicle. Thinking back on all the RV parks I have stayed in the past almost 20 years I'd rate this as one of the best due to beautiful views, close to Ashland, very nice restrooms and showers and super nice camp host. I was in site B-20 which is a back-in; therefore, the view out the front windshield was of the lake and surrounding mountains. The site had great water pressure, sewer and 50 amp service. I couldn't ask for anything more! Highly recommend! Tip: If you have a motorhome get a back-in site with lake view such as B-20
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5 5 out of 5 stars 08/12/2017

The Point RV Campground is on the shores of Emigrant Lake. We stayed their for the Ashland shakespeare festival. The theaters are a short drive away. The park has many things to offer boating, fishing, swimming, Kids park. The park host located at the front gate is very Good!. Fantastic restrooms. The RV park is located on a hill over looking the lake. Our slanted back in spot allowed for a panoramic view sitting from our dining table. Flat for easy setup full hook-up. No Wi-fi or cable.... Read More

The Point RV Campground is on the shores of Emigrant Lake. We stayed their for the Ashland shakespeare festival. The theaters are a short drive away. The park has many things to offer boating, fishing, swimming, Kids park. The park host located at the front gate is very Good!. Fantastic restrooms. The RV park is located on a hill over looking the lake. Our slanted back in spot allowed for a panoramic view sitting from our dining table. Flat for easy setup full hook-up. No Wi-fi or cable. Good Cell Service, used my T-mobile service as a Wi-fi hot spot. Didn't need cable had enough local Air channel reception. Be careful when getting directions, I first used my Garmin Nuvi to find the park it wanted me to go to Klamath falls (50 miles away). When going up the hill to the RV spots, The road has a harsh dip over the lake overflow, which can cause long trailers to scrape on the road. We will be staying here again.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 11/23/2015

The Point RV Campground is a few miles east of Ashland and on the shores of Emigrant Lake. There are parks, plenty of boating and fishing, hiking and lots of fun things to do in Ashland. The campground is part of Jackson County Parks and is referred to as Emigrant Lake Recreation Area. I stayed 8 nights at $30 per night and an $8 reservation fee. I stayed in my 40 foot Motorcoach and had towed my Honda CR-V and carried my Triumph motorcycle on the back of the Motorcoach. There was no extra charge... Read More

The Point RV Campground is a few miles east of Ashland and on the shores of Emigrant Lake. There are parks, plenty of boating and fishing, hiking and lots of fun things to do in Ashland. The campground is part of Jackson County Parks and is referred to as Emigrant Lake Recreation Area. I stayed 8 nights at $30 per night and an $8 reservation fee. I stayed in my 40 foot Motorcoach and had towed my Honda CR-V and carried my Triumph motorcycle on the back of the Motorcoach. There was no extra charge for the motorcycle even though technically it was a second vehicle. Thinking back on all the RV parks I have stayed in the past almost 20 years I'd rate this as one of the best due to beautiful views, close to Ashland, very nice restrooms and showers and super nice camp host. I was in site B-20 which is a back-in; therefore, the view out the front windshield was of the lake and surrounding mountains. The site had great water pressure, sewer and 50 amp service. I couldn't ask for anything more! Highly recommend! Tip: If you have a motorhome get a back-in site with lake view such as B-20
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Ashland, OR 97520
Coordinates: 42.151310, -122.622184
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Directions
From jct I-5 (exit 14) and Hwy 66: Go 4 mi SE on Hwy 66, 3.5 mi to Emigrant Lake turnoff (L)

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