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Timberlake Campground

Home Valley, OR

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3 Reviews
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stayed 3 nights upper level in 27 ft travel trailer,nice site,quiet.4-wheel drive helpful to navigate to upper level,lower level for big rigs,not very private,few trees.Park not suited for kids as nothing to do. we went golfing at Beacon Rock.Also pay for shower,and no private dressing,all open,if one doesnt put in enough for shower you have to run across room in the buff and feed the meter,than run back.We had self contained so not an issue.

Received from sharon for visit in Sep 2011

Site Number: 19
Stay Again? YES
We spent two nights at Timberlake CG. The location is off the highway, but the signage and direstions were excellent. LeRoy, the owner, and Barb, the camp hostess were both very professional, friendly, and accommodating. There was an excellent selection of literature for both State and local attractions. The CG offered both full and no hook-up, as well as free Wi-Fi. The grounds were well maintained. The CG is pet-friendly. The park quiet hours are typical. The CG views are of tall timber and native plantlife. The access road to the upper sites is somewhat steep and gravel, thus we opted for a flat site near the host office. The full hook-up and RV setup was easy, but we would have liked to have a privacy buffer of plant life between each site, as well as the site a little larger - again for privacy. We were pleased with the cleanliness of the restrooms/shower, but disappointed to find a fee for the showers. For us, it was an excellent overnight CG - for visiting the local area.

Received from Ron and Marilyn for visit in Sep 2011

Site Number: 18
Stay Again? YES
This summer my family selected Timberlake campground in Happy Valley (Stevenson, WA) for our family reunion. We booked ¾ of the RV spots and we were all disappointed. As the atmosphere of the park was nice (very woodsy) it was NOT handicap accessible. Below are the reasons we would not recommend or return to the campground; 1. Only 1 bathroom building in the entire campground which was a long walk away on hilly un level ground. This made it a challenge for ½ of the group that used the bathroom facility that were elderly for the 3 night/4 day stay. They had out houses scattered throughout the camp ground however they were not clean and NOT handicap accessible. 2. There were hidden extra fees. Example: When we pulled in with our fifth wheel we had 3 adults and 2 children. They said that it would be an extra $5 per night for the extra adult. I have never heard of a campground doing that especially when you are staying in a fifth wheel. I felt I had pulled up to a drive in (How many adults/How many children/any dogs and how many and how big are they). 3. Stern reminder at 10:10pm that it is now quiet time. The owner of the campground made his personal walk around to let everyone know this even if we were outside with no campfire just talking quietly. Again keep in mind ¾ of the rv spots was my family. 4. Full hook up spots are at the front office and it looked more like a RV storage facility. 5. Because none of the roads throughout the park are paved there are NO bike riding allowed. 6. Not a kid friendly park as a parent MUST be with their child (under 16) at ALL times 7. Showers are clean, BUT no private spot to dress/undress

Received from Angela for visit in Jun 2010

Site Number: 39
Stay Again? NO

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