The Narrows RV Park Good Sam Verified Campground

33468 Sodhouse Lane, Princeton, OR 97721

Good Sam Verified Campground
(3 reviews) 5 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
(3 reviews) 5 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
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Address

33468 Sodhouse Lane
Princeton, OR, 97721

Coordinates:
43.257951, -118.958253
Elevation:
4,160 ft (1,268 m)

Open all year

Contact

Cards Accepted

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Big rig sites
Spaces available: 41
Site length: 50
Max length: 50
All-Weather sites: 41
Pull-thru size: 30 x 50
Pull-thrus: 24
Back-in size: 30 x 40
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 41
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Fire rings
Fire rings

Horseshoes

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
ATV riding
Mountain biking
Mountain biking

(within 20 miles)

Hunting season: Summer, Fall, Winter

Military Discount

5 (3 reviews) 5 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Facility
4.6
Restroom
4.5
Appeal
4.6
What is being rated?
5 5 out of 5 stars 06/06/2021

We have visited this RV park 3 times. It has everything you need with full hook-ups, laundry facilities, small store, a great little restaurant, gas/diesel/propane (a little higher priced than in Burns but it's worth the convenience of not having to drive 50 miles round trip into town & I liked supporting this local hard working business). If you are a birder, the Malheur NWR Headquarters is just down the road so it is very convenient to visit & see the large variety of birds there at this time... Read More

We have visited this RV park 3 times. It has everything you need with full hook-ups, laundry facilities, small store, a great little restaurant, gas/diesel/propane (a little higher priced than in Burns but it's worth the convenience of not having to drive 50 miles round trip into town & I liked supporting this local hard working business). If you are a birder, the Malheur NWR Headquarters is just down the road so it is very convenient to visit & see the large variety of birds there at this time of year (birds & animals you see change depending on time of year, see Malheur NWR website). The restaurant has great food & we ate there several times (fantastic burgers & shakes!). The new owners Tina & Scott were friendly, helpful & hardworking. This is in a beautiful, remote part of Oregon & this RV park is a great location to stay & explore the area. We are looking forward to our next visit!
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5 5 out of 5 stars 04/21/2020

If you want quite and darkness at night this is your place. It sits out in the middle of no where. if you a birder and love to see wildlife plan on spending at least a week. It will take that long to see everything. Their gas and diesel are high enough in price you might need to take out a loan to fill your tanks a couple times. However not far from the narrows is a small town called Hines and diesel/gas are cheap there. Food at the narrows is good. I highly recommend a shake. Don't let the price... Read More

If you want quite and darkness at night this is your place. It sits out in the middle of no where. if you a birder and love to see wildlife plan on spending at least a week. It will take that long to see everything. Their gas and diesel are high enough in price you might need to take out a loan to fill your tanks a couple times. However not far from the narrows is a small town called Hines and diesel/gas are cheap there. Food at the narrows is good. I highly recommend a shake. Don't let the price of one throw you off as it comes in what I think is a 32 oz cup. The stores has good enough supplies. There is no grass at this rv park. If your into rockhounding less than 2 miles from there you can find agates, just ask who's behind the counter for directions. Could be cheaper as there are no real amenities other than pay showers, and laundry room. Laundry doesn't cost much.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 10/03/2015

Everything was clean and well cared for. Very quiet evenings, could easily listen to birds and watch the sunset. Campsite was free of litter and very clean, hook-ups all functioned well and easily. Bathrooms were very clean. Will definitely, look forward to another trip to the area and will plan on staying at The Narrows.

5 5 out of 5 stars 06/06/2021

We have visited this RV park 3 times. It has everything you need with full hook-ups, laundry facilities, small store, a great little restaurant, gas/diesel/propane (a little higher priced than in Burns but it's worth the convenience of not having to drive 50 miles round trip into town & I liked supporting this local hard working business). If you are a birder, the Malheur NWR Headquarters is just down the road so it is very convenient to visit & see the large variety of birds there at this time... Read More

We have visited this RV park 3 times. It has everything you need with full hook-ups, laundry facilities, small store, a great little restaurant, gas/diesel/propane (a little higher priced than in Burns but it's worth the convenience of not having to drive 50 miles round trip into town & I liked supporting this local hard working business). If you are a birder, the Malheur NWR Headquarters is just down the road so it is very convenient to visit & see the large variety of birds there at this time of year (birds & animals you see change depending on time of year, see Malheur NWR website). The restaurant has great food & we ate there several times (fantastic burgers & shakes!). The new owners Tina & Scott were friendly, helpful & hardworking. This is in a beautiful, remote part of Oregon & this RV park is a great location to stay & explore the area. We are looking forward to our next visit!
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5 5 out of 5 stars 04/21/2020

If you want quite and darkness at night this is your place. It sits out in the middle of no where. if you a birder and love to see wildlife plan on spending at least a week. It will take that long to see everything. Their gas and diesel are high enough in price you might need to take out a loan to fill your tanks a couple times. However not far from the narrows is a small town called Hines and diesel/gas are cheap there. Food at the narrows is good. I highly recommend a shake. Don't let the price... Read More

If you want quite and darkness at night this is your place. It sits out in the middle of no where. if you a birder and love to see wildlife plan on spending at least a week. It will take that long to see everything. Their gas and diesel are high enough in price you might need to take out a loan to fill your tanks a couple times. However not far from the narrows is a small town called Hines and diesel/gas are cheap there. Food at the narrows is good. I highly recommend a shake. Don't let the price of one throw you off as it comes in what I think is a 32 oz cup. The stores has good enough supplies. There is no grass at this rv park. If your into rockhounding less than 2 miles from there you can find agates, just ask who's behind the counter for directions. Could be cheaper as there are no real amenities other than pay showers, and laundry room. Laundry doesn't cost much.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 10/03/2015

Everything was clean and well cared for. Very quiet evenings, could easily listen to birds and watch the sunset. Campsite was free of litter and very clean, hook-ups all functioned well and easily. Bathrooms were very clean. Will definitely, look forward to another trip to the area and will plan on staying at The Narrows.

33468 Sodhouse Lane, Princeton, OR 97721
Coordinates: 43.257951, -118.958253
Elevation: 4160

Directions
From Jct of Hwy 20 & Hwy 205, Go S 26 miles on Hwy 205, Then E 25ft on Sodhouse Ln (R)

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