Located on 90064 Coburg Road in Eugene, OR lies the Armitage Park. This pet friendly campground includes WiFi, water, sewer, showers, electricity. You can also enjoy activities such as Volleyball, hiking, and fishing during your stay.
This is a Lane County campground, and it’s simply wonderful. There’s a 14-day limit to your stay, as they don’t want “permanent residents.” However, you can move to another Lane County park or another park altogether for two weeks, then come back for two weeks. Lather, rinse, repeat. The camp host does a terrific job of making you feel welcome and resolving things that might come up. We had a FHU site, pull through, that readily accommodated our coach and two vehicles. There are fire rings with a cooking grate at each site, plus a picnic table. There are group sites to accommodate bigger gatherings. So far the park has been pretty quiet at night, and except for people ignoring the dog on leash rule, fairly orderly. There is a county dog park in this park, with a walking track around it, and plenty of new friends for your doggy. Big dumpsters for trash and a recycling bin. The laundry room has three machines of each kind, though one dryer is presently out of order. Machines are new, pretty clean, and work very well. The showers are pretty decent, though utilitarian. You get a little bathroom and shower combo to yourself behind a locked door. The shower itself has a 9-minute timer on it. The campground is on the banks of the McKenzie River only 5 miles north of Eugene. You also get mosquitos in season. There are a lot of nice trails to walk, including access to a former railroad bridge, now a walking path, that was built in 1889 (or maybe 1887). You can hear traffic and train noise in the distance, but I don’t find it problematic. Campsites are staged around paved loops, and there’s not a lot of space between them, but you are more likely to be parked end to end instead of side by side. This is a great park for access to city amenities - Costco is just over two miles away, plus many good restaurants and other parks with walking trails. The campsites have Comcast cable, which works well, and the wi-fi is fairly decent much of the time. At times I could even describe it as fast, but occasionally it would hiccup and throw me off. We chose a pull through space, but most of the spaces are back-ins. You can make your reservations online and choose your space from a map. Extra vehicles are charged $7 daily. Your camping fee includes your RV and one dinghy. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group