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Plan on a month long RV trip from Salem, Or. First stop would be around Baker city, Oregon for one night. Don't want to stay at a year a round homeless RV camp. Don't need the Hilton either. Just a clean spot were I don't have to stand guard all night. Have a 34 foot fifth wheel. Any suggestions please.

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USFS Union Creek is nice. Near Baker City on OR 7.

See page two...Union Creek area

https://www.nps.gov/crla/planyourvisit/upload/Lodging-and-Camping-Summer-508-Compliant.pdf

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Posted: 11/30/19 08:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Which route are you taking? Are you going straight east on OR 22 and US 20 or around the interstates?


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The http://www.grantcountyfairgrounds.com/rvpark.php fair grounds RV park in John Day.


I (2-10-05) bought a 2002 F350 CC SWD PSD and a new 2003 Citation 10'8. I have been a tent camper all my life. I wanted more comfort while camping and CraterLake Ski Patrol.
It's time for more space. I purchased a 2016 Grand Design 380TH as of 10-29-2015.

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This May we stayed 2 nights at Mt. View RV Pk, 2845 Hughes Ln, Baker City, OR 97814. On the edge of town, clean, good staff, level sites, decent shade trees. There were a few worker guys across from us: out early and back at the end of their work day. We felt safe here and no problem returning if we pass through Baker City agIn.


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Salem is the drug capital of Oregon. Baker City is a nice place and very rural. It will give you no problems.

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We have stayed in 2 different parks in Baker. Mt. View is a nice park, always a good stay. A-Frame Rv park also not a bad choice.

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We just did that the end of this summer. Drove from Salem/keizer to Union Creek CG for two nights. Hard to beat it for the price. IIRC we got a Senior pass discount.

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