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Oasis RV Park

Campground Description:  Oasis RV Park has been taken over by the adjacent RV park - Catfish Junction.  Both parks are open but operating under the single name of Catfish Junction.  Located just 5 miles from Farewell Bend State Park, Oasis RV Park is an excellent alternative if you prefer a slow paced, intimate camping experience.  At Oasis RV Park there is no such thing as 8 year old girls screaming endlessly while riding their bicycles in relentless circles.  With 23 RV camping sites you will get to know your neighbors rather than compete with them for space.  Oasis offers a concrete boat ramp, hot showers with flush toilets and a laundry room, a small convenience store and fishing license sales - and last but not least, peace and tranquility.  Open year round.  Reservations are accepted.  The owners, Jim and Doe Harkleroad will bend over backwards to make you feel at home.

Number of Sites:  44

Electricity:  Yes at every site

Water:  Yes at every site

Sewer:  Yes ay 34 sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From I-84 Eastbound or Westbound - Follow I-84 to exit 356 (3 miles East of the exit for Farewell Bend State Park).  Take exit 356 and then turn east on highway 201.  Follow Highway 201 for 2 miles.  Oasis RV Park will be on the left (north) side of the highway.

Fishing:  Lots!  Seasonally, fish for salmon and steelhead.  Also available in abundance are Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass and Catfish.  You can fish from the shore at Oasis RV Park.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Yes.  The only light pollution is from the RV park.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 44.25670 N, 117.13868 W

Nearby Golfing:  Two golf courses in Ontario (24 miles east on I-84):

Ontario Golf Club
1345 Golf Course Road
Ontario, OR
Ontario Golf Club
Country View Golf Course
3780 Arabian Drive
Ontario, OR 97914
Country View Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Catfish Junction RV Park and Campground
6170 Hwy 201 N.
Huntington, OR 97907
Catfish Junction RV Park and Campground

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A map of the facilities at Oasis RV Park, now a part of Catfish Junction RV Park

Oasis RV Park, now a part of Catfish Junction RV Park, offers restrooms with flush toilets, hot showers and a laundry room

Oasis RV Park, now a part of Catfish Junction, is situated on the banks of the Snake River. The park offers fishing tackle and expert fishing advice

One of the neat & clean RV camping sites at Oasis RV Park. now a part of Catfish Junction. The park also offers limited tent camping opportunities

The boat ramp at Oasis RV Park near Huntington, Oregon, is concrete. Oasis RV Park is now a part of Catfish Junction RV Park.

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