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- Near Fishing / Hunting
- Laundry Facilities
- TV Cable Hookup
- Pull Through
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Don't believe the high reviews
RV's in this place are crammed inside like 24 cigars in a ten cigar box. Internet is terrible to non-existent. Cable is grainy. No picnic tables nor room for any. And it's way over priced. Forgot to mention the homeless people living right outside. Not much good to say about this place. See the photo for the view from my chair.
Not everyone is welcome
We own a beautiful 2004 HR Endeavor diesel and when I wanted to get a reservation for two nights, I was told that their STRICT policy was nothing older than 15 years. Believe me, our motorhome is nicer than 90% of them you see these days - not only is it kept indoors when not in use but (and this is important to us) it is paid for. We cannot afford the new ones and are not about to purchase a newer one that isn't built as well as the older ones just to stay in a snobbish place like this.
Waylon Jennings RV PARK
This is a great place for a stopover and it's free up to 4 nights. Full hookups on grass. Several good restaurants in this little town of Littleton CO. We'll definitely use this camp again. Thank you, City of Littleton!
Great location a bit tght and noisy
Clean flat spaces for easy in and out. No privacy and only a few feet between sites. Nice landscaping. Full hookups. Nice laundry, reading room,and kitchen. Fenced dog park is a plus. Pleasant and helpful staff at front desk. The WiFi was not working when we stayed but had 4G internet.. Near road and airport. We are not as bothered as some by road and plane noise but be aware. Trafic in Portland is heavy so avoid rush hour if you can.
Functional, I guess
Sewage gas permeated the air at this RV parking lot with no actual view of the Columbia River. This was our least favorite of 6 RV parks we visited in the Pacific Northwest. The RVs are packed in like sardines with the most minimal possible green space. The best part: drive in, drive out spots that do not require backing in.