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Old 08-26-2015, 12:08 AM   #1
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Medford OR campground suggestions

Looking for a decent overnight campground south of Medford north of CA easy in & out off I-5
45-Essex towing a pickup.

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Personally I would elect to stay at Valley of The Rogue state park just North of Medford. Easy on/off some pull through sites. All in all you won't find anything much better. The only other place we have ever stayed was Holiday RV Park in Phoenix. A nice park but spaces are tight and there is a lot more road noise. Plus it only gets you 14 miles further South than the state park.
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south of medford and north of california is aprox. 25 miles of uphill freeway .
there is a rv park in ashland i believe the name is glenyan rv park. i have never stayed the but a guy i talked to from the bay area recommended it
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Old 08-26-2015, 04:27 PM   #4
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Medford OR campground suggestions

Seven Feathers Casino at Canyonville has both a Deluxe RV Park and Two Good Rest Areas that allow overnighting !

Exit 99 ! It is North of Medford however!

We have also found a decent Rest area in a Valley along a River just North of Yreka,Ca!
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Seven Feathers Casino at Canyonville has both a Deluxe RV Park and Two Good Rest Areas that allow overnighting !

Exit 99 ! It is North of Medford however!

We have also found a decent Rest area in a Valley along a River just North of Yreka,Ca!
I agree. Unless you really need to stay close to Medford, 7 Feathers is your best bet.

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As mentioned above both Rogue River State Park (exit 45) and Seven Feathers (exit 99) are both great choices. I've stayed at both and they are good places to overnight or to spend a few days or more.
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Valley of the Rogue State Park for an overnight stay can't be beat.
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Valley of the Rogue State Park for an overnight stay can't be beat.

Ditto. It's a little north of Medford however.
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100 x's Seven Feathers. Have stayed there 40- 50 times since the opened in 2006.


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+1 Valley of the Rogue State park
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Seven Feathers is arguably the finest park we've ever stayed at. Not casino types, but casinos often have great RV parks. They will easily accommodate your rig. As previously mentioned, they have a free overnight parking area on the same side of the freeway as the casino. The RV park is across the freeway. We found the food at the casino mediocre. Much preferred the restaurant at the truck stop. If you join the casino club you get a discount at the truck stop fuel station - which is very popular & very competitively priced, with the discount card.
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Staying at Seven Feathers at this moment and I agree that it is a top RV resort. Can't think of a negative thing about the place. Although not really gamblers, the casino is nice and they do have entertainment.
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Will not argue anyone's recommendation regarding Seven Feathers. Never stayed there myself but have heard nothing but 5 star reviews. However, the OP asked for a campground South of Medford. Between Medford and Seven Feathers are four mountain passes. These four aren't Siskiyou or Grapevine pass difficulty by any means. Depending on the time of day, weather and the driver's state of mind this could make a huge difference if one is willing to continue driving. I have driven this section in my car on a dark and stormy night and my wife and I vowed never to do that again.
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Not super, however it works. It's listed as Pear Tree RV Park.

Pear Tree Motel and RV Park

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