99 RV Park



1913 North East Leichner Road, Vancouver, WA, 98686


99 RV Park is situated near the breathtaking city of Portland, Oregon and is the perfect place to settle in for a long and exciting camping holiday. The campground is conveniently located close to urban treasures and is surrounded by miles of gorgeous natural landscape. 

 

Amenities and Activities

RVers can take advantage of a ton of great activities near the campground. Some camper favorites include: skiing, snow-boarding, hiking, biking, diving, fishing, wildlife viewing, swimming, golfing and boat tours. Amenities onsite include: WIFI, laundry facilities, clubhouse, pull thrus and RV hookups. 

 

Attractions

Travelers can look forward to iconic local attractions such as:

- Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

- Pioneer Courthouse Square

- Lan Su Chinese Garden

- Pittock Mansion

- Oregon Zoo

- Tom McCall Waterfront Park

 

With acres of greenery in almost every direction, fresh air and plenty to do in the city, it's no wonder this campground fills up quickly; book early, and we hope to see you there!



RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Hook up 30 amps $34.00 $220.00 $425.00

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Dump Station

Laundry Facilities

Sewer Hookups

Water Hookups

WiFi

Clubhouse

Gravel Roads

Pets Allowed







Passport America

AAA


1913 North East Leichner Road, Vancouver, WA, 98686

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Overall Rating: 4.0


Phillip J Vega

4.0
These are my thoughts after a stay there 3 years ago and our experience now. This is a relatively clean and quiet RV park at the juncture of I-205 and I-5 in southern WA, just above Portland, OR. Laundry room is clean, spots are pretty basic, it's an OK stop for a short while. When we stayed there in Feb, we were towing a Wilderness travel trailer. While older, it was in *immaculate* condition. Straight and clean. We originally planned to stay a week but decided to stay a month. However, after 3 weeks we were asked to leave because our trailer was too old. Against their rules. Never mind that grandfathered in (I assume) were some ancient RV's in really really bad condition. Black mold, tarps over the top, garbage all around - we were about as far removed from that as possible. In any case, we left and I even left a decent review on my blog. Fast forward to now when we have a Keystone Laredo TT. Called to make a one night rez as we're traveling up the I-5 corridor. Imagine my surprise to find out that we've been flagged - no reservations for us. The gal asked me if we'd had trouble when we were there. When I told her it was likely due to the age of our previous trailer, I got the impression she was thinking "uh huh. sure." In any case, we were not able to make a reservation just as though we'd been escorted from the park by the police and warned to never return. Maybe I'm too sensitive, but this was very offensive to me.Called back today to speak to the mgr/owner and he was less than helpful, abrupt, and pretty unfriendly. Ended up un-flagging us but after yesterday's treatment and then his less than helpful attitude today, we won't be staying there. Now or ever again. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group