Testimonials / Reviews

October 2019 - TD 1981-Navy Vets
Overall Rating: 5 stars -
Beautiful, clean park. Landscaping is young, so no large trees, but is very tastefully done. Very spacious sites for our 45ft plus toad. Very easy access. Office staff is helpful and friendly. Good location for exploring Jacksonville, Ashland, Medford etc. We camped at Southern Oregon RV Park (Jackson County Park) in a Motorhome.

October 2019 - San Yun
Overall Rating: 5 stars -
We have stayed at numerous RV Parks in OR, AZ, CA, and UT and this park is the one of the prettiest and cleanest parks we've ever stayed at. The ponds/lakes are gorgeous and the ducks that show up to welcome you are adorable. We loved the trail that goes along Bear Creek to Ashland (we walked a bit of it and biked about 12 miles of it). The landscaping is beautiful and it's absolutely peaceful despite the fact that it's close to the I-5 (convenient without the noise). One of the most peaceful parks as well. We would be delighted to visit again. We camped at Southern Oregon RV Park (Jackson County Park) in a Motorhome.

September 2018 - David L.
Overall Rating: 5 stars - Yelp.com

We had a very pleasant experience. It is one of, if not the cleanest parks we've been to. The facilities were very nice and the people were very friendly.

There was slight noise from the freeway, but it was perfect if you like a little white noise while you sleep:)

We would definitely stay here again!

July 2018 - JanneC
Overall Rating: 5 stars - CampgroundReviews.com

Park is next door to the fair grounds Park will NOT accept mail or packages for RVers. This is a beautfiul park right on Bear Creek with a nice big pond. Very well lined up with nose and tail of the RV facing East and West. Park was built in 2017 so trees are small but each site has large grass area on each side and beautiful landscaping. Access of Hiway 5 was easy and entrance to park is by gate 5 of the fairgrounds. Park is close to Hiway 5 and an airport but not too much noise from either one RV pads are black top and level. Sites are very wide so no problem with big rigs opening slides and awnings. The electrical utility box (20/30/50 amp) and water are located in the middle and the sewer connection situated at the back of the site. The voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. The premium sites are the back-in rather than the pull-thrus. Each site had a concrete patio with a picnic table and a fire ring. Free WiFi that actually worked. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. There is a dog run and 2 fishing lagoons. The street lamps do a good job of lighting the roads around the campground. There are no bugs in July. We will definitely return to this park. We camped at Southern Oregon RV Park (Jackson County Park) in a Fifth Wheel.

September 2017 - Linda S.
Overall Rating: 5 stars - Yelp.com
Wow!  The people who designed this park planned it well.  It is only one year old, and those who maintain it deserve accolades.  What more could we want????   Great smooth roads, lovely plantings, comfortable spacing between rigs, long pull-throughs so you don't have to disconnect, well-functioning everything, hospitable hosts,  safe because it's so open and intruders would be easily spotted, easy access from I-5, clean as a Clorox commercial, reasonable pricing, and quiet--you have it all here.  The hosts gave us great suggestions and made our time here more enjoyable.  If you want to reserve a space, there is a $10 per night fee.  The reservationist said it isn't that busy, so she suggested we just drive right in.  You can call the actual campground at 541-423-8115 and ask how full they are.  Reservations are made at the county offices.  You are only about 5 minutes from Medford.  We were here September 9-12, and we hit 100° today.  There is no pool or cable, so  I wouldn't usually give it a 5, but everything else is so great, I couldn't just give it a 4.  Besides, we were out having fun and wouldn't have used the pool or cable anyway.


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