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Portland-Woodburn RV Park
Campground Description: The Portland-Woodburn RV Park is a privately owned and operated RV park. This RV park is located just 30 minutes south of Portland and 15 minutes north of Salem on Interstate 5 (I-5) in Woodburn. It is conveniently located next door to the largest outlet mall in the State of Oregon. Imagine - going camping in order to get great deals from nationally recognized major retailers! Not only is the campground adjacent to the outlet mall, they even have their own private pathway and gate directly into the outlet mall area! The campground is fully paved and very well landscaped and maintained. The campground offers cable television, telephone hook-ups, an onsite store, Wi-Fi, restroom facilities, a seasonal swimming pool and campsites up to 60 feet in length. Nearby are both fast food and fine dining restaurants. Tent camping is not allowed - RV camping only. Open year round.
Number of Sites: 150
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Interstate 5 Southbound from downtown Portland - Drive South on I-5 to exit 271. Take exit 271 and turn right onto the Newberg Highway (Highway 214). Follow the Newberg Highway 180 yards to Arney Road. Turn right on Arney road. The entrance to the Portland-Woodburn RV Park is 100 yards down Arney Road. Interstate 5 Northbound from Eugene - Drive North on I-5 to exit 271. Take exit 271 and turn left onto the Newberg Highway (Highway 214). Follow the Newberg Highway 400 yards to Arney Road. Turn right on Arney road. The entrance to the Portland-Woodburn RV Park is 100 yards down Arney Road.
Fishing: The closest fishing hole is on the Willamette River at Champoeg State Park. Leave the Portland-Woodburn RV Park on Arney Road. At the Newberg Highway (Highway 214) turn right. Follow the Newberg Highway for 4 ¼ miles and the Newberg Highway becomes French Prairie Road NE (Highway 219). Follow French Prairie Road for 6 ½ miles 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:Portland-Woodburn RV Park 115 N. Arney Rd. Woodburn, OR 97071 Portland-Woodburn RV Park Email the Portland-Woodburn RV Park Click on any picture for a larger image
Sign at the entrance to the Portland-Woodburn RV Park
Map of the camping sites at the Portland-Woodburn RV Park
The offices and general store at the Portland-Woodburn RV Park
A typical pull through camping site at the Portland_Woodburn RV Park
The back in campsites at the Portland-Woodburn RV Park offer some seclusion
Pull through camping sites at the Portland-Woodburn RV Park
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