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Reviewed 26 August 2017

We recently camped for two nights at Umpqua Riverfront RV Park and Boat Ramp. They do not have a website, however they have a Facebook page that you can view pics and get updates on the local weather and availability. It cost us $30 per night for two people plus $5 each night per additional person. There's three shower/restroom stalls, one being reserved for handicapped access, and a laundry room. The owner has a list on the end of the building if you need to buy ice and then he delivers it throughout the day. On the backside of the building is a fish cleaning station. The park is set up to drive in one-way and pull through towards the river. Each site has its own trash can and picnic table. The campsites are a little closer together than we have experienced at a State Park but they would make for a great setting for friends and family groups. Our full hook-up was too far away from our camper so we had to back up in order to dump before we left, which meant blocking the roadway for a few minutes. I noticed a few others had to do the same. We enjoyed walking down to the river. You can go past the dog area to a small, calm cove, or down the boat ramp to a larger area. There's some great fishing out of the Umpqua but we were not lucky this weekend, however we all enjoyed fishing and swimming in the river. We saw several Osprey and even a Bald Eagle. If you're into wine tasting, there's several wineries in the Umpqua Valley and the campground even hosts a tasting every Saturday evening. All in all a very relaxing weekend..

Room tip: Some of the sites are not as long as others, make sure your camper, rv, and vehicle will fit.
Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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WAYNE H, Owner at Umpqua Riverfront RV Park and Boat Ramp, responded to this reviewResponded 11 May 2018

Thank you for staying with us. We appreciate the high rating. Sorry about the sewer being farther back than you needed. The park was designed and built back in the 90s when all the rigs sewer outlets were on the back left corners of the rigs and at that time the drain placements in the park were correct. Unfortunately, many manufacturers started to put the rigs tanks in the middle of the rigs to help balance out the weight and that causes parks like ours to sometimes require two hoses to reach. We'd move the holes if we could but we have all those lovely 50 foot shad trees and we'd have to cut their roots which would likely kill them. Those trees are part of the beauty of the park and we just can't kill them all. For most people, a second sewer hose takes care of the issue. Some do have to back up though as you did if they don't have an extra hose.

Thank you again for staying with us. I hope the peacefulness and beauty of the park made up for the hose issue for you. It is a special place and we truly want everyone happy here.

All the best to you, Wayne

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