At Pheasant Ridge, you will experience the scenic beauty and conveniences of a first-rate recreational vehicle (RV) facility situated on a 45 acre wooded site that overlooks the picturesque Willamette Valley.
- Pull Through
- Groceries / Ice Onsite
- Laundry Facilities
- 50 Amp Hookups
- TV Cable Hookup
A Very Good Park Near Portland
Very well-maintained park with excellent restroom, shower, and laundry facilities. Access to the park and sites is open and easy even for large Class A coaches. The negative is these sites are all fairly narrow and there is little to no room outside for a picnic table or other camping activities. We watched one family spread out in a vacant site in order to have a meal with a group of 6 to 8 people. I urge caution for people who select a site in the furthest north part of the grounds as the sites are not terraced and you can end up stepping out of your RV onto a fairly unlevel hill. Our Site was 108 and the end of our RV steps settled on a fairly steep downward hill. Shopping is readily available across the street. There is a Costco, a Target, restaurants, and other businesses within walking distance. The staff is friendly and the little store has most of the basics one would expect.
Great visit again-getting better under Sun Outdoors
We have stayed her many times over the past 10 years: a one day drive from Greater Vancouver area. Stayed two nights. The new owners made some noticeable improvements. We like the sites on the upper west To view-see the farmers fields. Enjoyed the swimming pool. They added more consumer goodies in the store.
Easy access to everything
Great location. We were able to explore Portland and several areas around with very little drive time. Minimal road noise even though close to the 5. We stayed towards the back of the park, which was helpful. Friendly staff and other guests. Dogs usually good. Most people were clean. Only complaint was the person who mows on Wednesdays is super rude. We were trying to get inside, since I am allergic to grass, when he came blowing through. I grabbed my things and headed up the steps to go inside. He didn't even slow down and rained grass all over me and into the camper. Laundry room was OK. Many of the machines had animal hair even through it is clearly marked not to use animal things in that facility. They have a separate facility for animal stuff. The little store is excellent. We will stay again.
Initial greeting by the staff was mediocre but the receptionist Julia did finally warm up a little bit. Clean laundry facilities nice amenities Wi-Fi was decent. The sites are extremely small and narrow, and there is no room for a picnic table if you want to barbecue and eat outside. One thing that disappointed us is that we had very untidy neighbors instead of walking 10 steps to the dumpster to throw the trash out they would leave their bag of trash in front of their rig.
Great launching point for Portland and surroundings
Sun Outdoors Portland South (formerly Pheasant Ridge) is the 70th stop for us and we stayed for 7 nights. Very convenient to I-5 (limited road noise) and downtown Portland, you get a positive feel when you first pull in with the green spaces (for dogs) as well as the nice office area. The host doing the check in was very nice and they worked with me when I had a package arrive before we did. The interior roads are a bit tight (38 ft. Class A) and the concrete slabs are a bit narrow but the sites are generally level. There are mature trees, farmland and woods around you even though there is a Costco/Target/PetSmart shopping center just across the street. The buildings are very clean and they have numerous dog stations. For connectivity in the morning: T-Mobile 9.7 down/7.0 up; WiFi 7.5 down/18.9 up; Verizon 84 down/5.3 up. Overall, would rate a 4.6.