Valley Of the Rogue Good Sam Verified Campground

3792 N River Rd, Gold Hill, OR 97525

Good Sam Verified Campground
(5 reviews) 4.6 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
(5 reviews) 4.6 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
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Address

3792 N River Rd
Gold Hill, OR, 97525

Open all year

Contact

Cards Accepted

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Facility

Type: State Park
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Day Max Stay (10)
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 150
Site length: 75
Max length: 75
Paved sites: 150
Pull-thru size: 25 x 75
Pull-thrus: 23
Back-in size: 45 x 75
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 95
Number of water: 55
Number of electric: 55
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry

Body of water: Rogue River
Horseshoes
Fishing
Boat ramp
Boat ramp

4.6 (5 reviews) 4.6 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
Facility
4.6
Restroom
4.6
Appeal
4.6
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 09/18/2021

Nice wooded/shaded park next to the Rogue River. It is clean and well kept with paved roads and sites. My selected site had water and electric hookups that worked well and they have some sites with sewer connections too. It's a busy place that was nearly full even at mid week when I stayed so reservations are highly recommended. Nice bathroom and shower facilities. I was able to get a few OTA TV channels that surprised me. Lots of nice walking/cycling trails throughout the park. I suggest selecting... Read More

Nice wooded/shaded park next to the Rogue River. It is clean and well kept with paved roads and sites. My selected site had water and electric hookups that worked well and they have some sites with sewer connections too. It's a busy place that was nearly full even at mid week when I stayed so reservations are highly recommended. Nice bathroom and shower facilities. I was able to get a few OTA TV channels that surprised me. Lots of nice walking/cycling trails throughout the park. I suggest selecting a site as far off the highway as possible as there is some traffic noise but hardly noticeable at night in our site in the F loop. I would stay here again if in the area.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 05/26/2021

What a great place to start our northward journey through Oregon! We spent 3 nights at this campground to visit Crater Lake NP (NOT to be missed!!). Amazing drive along the coast, up through forests of massive trees, mist, a landslide being repaired, rivers and rapids, even some extensive burn scars and then to arrive at a great campground, each site with a fire ring with cooking grate, picnic table and lots of green space around you. It is a large campground which is set up in sections, so there's... Read More

What a great place to start our northward journey through Oregon! We spent 3 nights at this campground to visit Crater Lake NP (NOT to be missed!!). Amazing drive along the coast, up through forests of massive trees, mist, a landslide being repaired, rivers and rapids, even some extensive burn scars and then to arrive at a great campground, each site with a fire ring with cooking grate, picnic table and lots of green space around you. It is a large campground which is set up in sections, so there's no sense of crowding but the size allows for nice walking and even along a lovely river. There were two camp hosts who look after the property & do an excellent job! We did not visit the facilities, so cannot comment on them. Highly recommend! While Crater Lake NP is a bit of a distance, the drive is just lovely and the destination remarkable! The Rim Road was not yet open due to snow (& apparently doesn't usually until some time in June!), but on our incredible, cloudless day, we were blessed with spectacular views with still lots of snow around us. The cafe/gift shop was open and busy!
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5 5 out of 5 stars 09/03/2017

Love this park! It is easily reached from Highway 5. The camping spots have mature trees to help with shade, The spots are pretty spacious, room between you and your neighbor. Each spot has a picnic bench. The Rogue River is just steps from the campsites. The park has wild blackberry and grape plants. There are nearby towns if you find you need any food or supplies. There aren't many pull-throughs, most are back-in spaces. Staff are friendly and helpful Oregon State park rangers.

4 4 out of 5 stars 08/14/2017

Stayed here with our 40 foot Bounder. Sites are large, with plenty space between sites. Park is huge. We were in D Loop and there was no road noise. Park is well maintained. Miles of bike paths from Rogue River south to and past Gold Hill. Bathrooms and showers are clean, spacious and powerful. Great place for outdoor families.

5 5 out of 5 stars 10/19/2015

We stayed at Valley of the Rogue State Park on a beautiful October day. We had reserved a back-in spot along the Rogue River at the south side of the "B" Loop. (B-18) The fall colors were in full bloom and the site was spacious, well shaded and well appointed. We were pleasantly surprised at how quiet it was at the back side of the loops given the fact the park is adjacent to Interstate 5. VERY affordable at $28 - clean, well appointed bathrooms, friendly staff and lots of options site wise! There... Read More

We stayed at Valley of the Rogue State Park on a beautiful October day. We had reserved a back-in spot along the Rogue River at the south side of the "B" Loop. (B-18) The fall colors were in full bloom and the site was spacious, well shaded and well appointed. We were pleasantly surprised at how quiet it was at the back side of the loops given the fact the park is adjacent to Interstate 5. VERY affordable at $28 - clean, well appointed bathrooms, friendly staff and lots of options site wise! There is a nice nature trail along the river as well as a paved multi-purpose path that runs north along the river to the nearby town of Rogue River. (3.5m) We will be back!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 09/18/2021

Nice wooded/shaded park next to the Rogue River. It is clean and well kept with paved roads and sites. My selected site had water and electric hookups that worked well and they have some sites with sewer connections too. It's a busy place that was nearly full even at mid week when I stayed so reservations are highly recommended. Nice bathroom and shower facilities. I was able to get a few OTA TV channels that surprised me. Lots of nice walking/cycling trails throughout the park. I suggest selecting... Read More

Nice wooded/shaded park next to the Rogue River. It is clean and well kept with paved roads and sites. My selected site had water and electric hookups that worked well and they have some sites with sewer connections too. It's a busy place that was nearly full even at mid week when I stayed so reservations are highly recommended. Nice bathroom and shower facilities. I was able to get a few OTA TV channels that surprised me. Lots of nice walking/cycling trails throughout the park. I suggest selecting a site as far off the highway as possible as there is some traffic noise but hardly noticeable at night in our site in the F loop. I would stay here again if in the area.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 05/26/2021

What a great place to start our northward journey through Oregon! We spent 3 nights at this campground to visit Crater Lake NP (NOT to be missed!!). Amazing drive along the coast, up through forests of massive trees, mist, a landslide being repaired, rivers and rapids, even some extensive burn scars and then to arrive at a great campground, each site with a fire ring with cooking grate, picnic table and lots of green space around you. It is a large campground which is set up in sections, so there's... Read More

What a great place to start our northward journey through Oregon! We spent 3 nights at this campground to visit Crater Lake NP (NOT to be missed!!). Amazing drive along the coast, up through forests of massive trees, mist, a landslide being repaired, rivers and rapids, even some extensive burn scars and then to arrive at a great campground, each site with a fire ring with cooking grate, picnic table and lots of green space around you. It is a large campground which is set up in sections, so there's no sense of crowding but the size allows for nice walking and even along a lovely river. There were two camp hosts who look after the property & do an excellent job! We did not visit the facilities, so cannot comment on them. Highly recommend! While Crater Lake NP is a bit of a distance, the drive is just lovely and the destination remarkable! The Rim Road was not yet open due to snow (& apparently doesn't usually until some time in June!), but on our incredible, cloudless day, we were blessed with spectacular views with still lots of snow around us. The cafe/gift shop was open and busy!
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5 5 out of 5 stars 09/03/2017

Love this park! It is easily reached from Highway 5. The camping spots have mature trees to help with shade, The spots are pretty spacious, room between you and your neighbor. Each spot has a picnic bench. The Rogue River is just steps from the campsites. The park has wild blackberry and grape plants. There are nearby towns if you find you need any food or supplies. There aren't many pull-throughs, most are back-in spaces. Staff are friendly and helpful Oregon State park rangers.

4 4 out of 5 stars 08/14/2017

Stayed here with our 40 foot Bounder. Sites are large, with plenty space between sites. Park is huge. We were in D Loop and there was no road noise. Park is well maintained. Miles of bike paths from Rogue River south to and past Gold Hill. Bathrooms and showers are clean, spacious and powerful. Great place for outdoor families.

3792 N River Rd, Gold Hill, OR 97525
Coordinates: 42.411111, -123.148611
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of I-5 & State Park Rd (exit-45B), W 0.2 mi on State Park Rd

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