Sunriver Oregon Thousand Trails Bend-Sunriver RV Park
We arrive Sunriver, a resort town in the high desert in Oregon. Reservations had been made for the dates for the show about 3 months ago. We added two days in the front of the reservation about a week prior because we were arriving early. We arrived to the RV park. They would only let us check in for the two day stay because they won’t combine reservations. They do not reserve a specific spot for you. You have to drive around and find a spot. The campground is really full and it was really frustrating to try and figure out where to we would fit.
They don’t have sewer hook ups either. Most of the spots available were too small for our RV. But we finally found one on the back part of the campground. The fact they don’t reserve a specific spot would have been enough to make me not stay here again. We did find a new spot closer to the front and bigger the next day.
The kids left on the second day to go to their Aunt’s in Washington, so it’s just Scot, me and the cats while we do the Sunriver Art Festival.
We have been taking the grey water in the sewer caddy every other day to the dump. There is only 2 dumps and every time we have been there they are over flowing. No one seems to care that there was a problem. Trash was also over flowing at some areas.
This is our first experience with a campground in the thousand trails, but we are not impressed and can’t understand why you would buy into it if this is an example of the type of facility. The miniature golf area was in bad condition with carpeting being torn etc. Pools looked fine though. They did have a large community area where you could hold an event.
Sunriver is a pretty place. I would like to have more time to explore more.