Free Guide to Northwest Camping
Pheasant Ridge RV Park
Campground Description: Let's get right to the point. Pheasant Ridge RV Park is the author's single favorite privately owned and operated RV park in the Portland area. Pheasant Ridge RV Park is located just minutes south of Portland near Interstate 5 at exit 286 in Wilsonville. To say that this RV park is beautifully landscaped is an understatement. It is manicured with seasonal blooming flowers and shrubs year round. All of the roads are asphalt paved and all of the RV camp sites are level and paved with concrete. Lush grass separates each site, accentuated with shrubs and trees to add a degree of privacy. Pheasant Ridge RV Park offers a laundry facility, an indoor swimming pool and spa, cable television, wireless internet, groceries and propane sales. Nearby are both fast food and fine dining restaurants, as well as many shopping opportunities. Pheasant Ridge RV Park is enormously popular. Reservations are strongly recommended. Open year round.
Number of Sites: 130
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Interstate 5 Southbound from downtown Portland - Drive South on I-5 to exit 286. Take exit 286 and turn left onto SW Elligsen Road. Follow SW Elligsen Road ½ mile to the entrance to Pheasant Ridge RV Park. The entrance is on the left (North) side of SW Elligsen Road. Interstate 5 Northbound from Eugene - Drive North on I-5 to exit 286. Take exit 286 to SW Elligsen Road. Turn right onto SW Elligsen Road. Follow for ¼ mile to the entrance to Pheasant Ridge RV Park. The entrance is on the left (North) side of SW Elligsen Road.
Fishing: Fishing in any metro area is difficult at best. One acceptable fishing spot is on the Willamette River in Oregon City. Take I-5 Northbound to I-205. Follow I-205 Eastbound to exit 9. Take exit 9 and turn left. Follow to Clackamette Park and wet your line. Total distance from Pheasant Ridge RV Park is 11.8 miles. Additional fishing is available on the Willamette River at Champoeg State Park, 14 miles southwest. Follow I-5 Southbound for 8 miles and take exit 278. Turn right (west) and follow the signs to Champoeg State Park.
Astronomy Opportunities: Telescope camping is very poor due to light pollution from the surrounding area.
Nearby Golfing: Portland offers more than 20 public golf courses. Look for them on the internet by clicking here: Portland Area Golf Courses or consult the Portland Area Yellow Pages.
Contact Information:Pheasant Ridge RV Park 8275 SW Elligsen Road Wilsonville, OR 97070
800-532-7829 Pheasant Ridge RV Park email@example.com
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The sign at the entrance to Pheasant Ridge RV Park
A map of the facilities at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort
One of the spacious RV camping sites at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort
The offices, restrooms, laundry, etc. facilities at Pheasant Ridge RV Park
The RV camping sites at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort are well spaced
All of the road surfaces at Pheasant Ridge RV Park are paved
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