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Phoenix RV Park – Clean, friendly, convenient near Oregon Trail

Phoenix RV Park - Salem Oregon
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 5 stars
$45.50/day to $397/month
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Summary: Situated in the heart of the Willamatte Valley, the Phoenix RV Park is a full service, 5 star resort serving the Salem, Oregon area. This park is highly rated for their exceptional maintenance, cleanliness, friendliness, and convenience. An easy 75 minute, relaxing, and gorgeous drive to the coast, it is also a great jumping off spot for learning about the Oregon Trail while exploring the Willamette Valley.

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Conveniently located in Salem, Ore.
Campground surrounded by privacy/security wall
Exceptionally clean
107 sites – park is laid out very well, and easy to maneuver
Free Wi-Fi and free cable
Clean and inexpensive laundry facilities ($1.50 to wash, $1.25 to dry) — two locations in park so always close
Exceptionally clean restrooms
Restrooms and laundry rooms are code access only
Angled sites make getting in and out easy
Large pull-throughs reserved for big rigs and short stays
All pads are concrete and level
Dump valves in both front and back of site
Manicured yards with picnic tables and grills
Campground enforces site appearance rules; no sites look “lived in”
NO extra people fees
Some overflow parking available
Small store stocked with basic RV supplies, ice and drinks
Lending library of books, VHS and DVDs
Propane available
Fenced dog run area
Situated right next to a Safeway with post office in adjoining strip mile, just a couple of miles from Costco, and far enough off of I-5 to not hear nighttime road noise.
Pet friendly (but, pit bull restrictions)
Discount for Good Sam, AAA, AARP, and active or retired military
Buy two nights, get one free for first stay guest, 10/1 thru 4/30
Drive time to the coast is just one hour and 15 minutes


No public/play area other than small playground.
Office hours are not posted on website.

About Dana Ticknor

Dana Ticknor and her husband, along with their tribe of 8 gypsy kids (they also have 4 more grown and flown) have been calling the road home for seven years. Traveling with a highly modified toy hauler, their passions are discovering local history and culture, as well as volunteering with disaster relief efforts across the country. You can follow their journey at, where they write about fulltime RVing and the family friendly destinations they discover during their travels.

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