A-Frame RV Park

(2) Reviews

42534 N. Cedar Road, Baker City, OR, 97814

A-Frame RV Park has a multitude of resources including RV spaces, tent sites, free Wi-Fi, propane, convenience store, souvenirs, gift items, RV supplies, and laundry accessibility. With ready access to downtown Baker City and major highways, we’re perfectly situated as your base camp to great Eastern Oregon activities.

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

General Store

Laundry Facilities

Community Showers

Water Hookups

Gasoline Nearby

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

Sewer Hookups


50 Amps

30 Amps



42534 N. Cedar Road, Baker City, OR, 97814
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Overall Rating: 4.0

Betty H Brown

Super friendly staff, the grounds were clean as were the bathrooms. The night check in was very well lit which was nice. The check in office had lots of little convenience items which was appreciated. BUT.. the bathrooms were not handicapped accessible that we ever saw / found. The actual bathroom stalls were so small that you have to open the stall door to complete your *paperwork*. Hubby stated the men's bathroom was just as *tight* and he is an average sized guy. Sorry... that may be a TMI, but it's true... lol If you have a self contained camper/RV this is a non-issue. A nice little town is just one off ramp back to the east where you'll find big box stores, food and most any service you might need (not more than 7 minutes away from the campground). Nice sized exercise area for dogs. Easy off/on to the freeways too - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Jan Waggoner

Baker City, OR - Oregon Trails West RV Park 42534 North Cedar Road; 541-523-3236; Small park with 44 FHU sites but most are filled with seasonal or full time rigs. The center part with pull through gravel sites are open for nightly or short term RVers. Some 50 amp but more with 30 amp. Each site had a picnic table. Our site needed a leveling board but not all sites did. Sites were long enough for big rigs and toads (if the rig is really long, the toad might have to go sideways, but we had room to back in our 1 ton dually in front of our 38 foot toy hauler) There were designated dog walking areas. Small convenience store on site. No cable but we were able to get many OTA channels. The WiFi worked well during the daytime but of course, once the park was full, it slowed down to almost impossible to use. Not a destination park by any means but convenient for a few nights to see the history in the area (Lewis and Clark expedition, Oregon Trail, gold mining). Restrooms were small but clean. Laundry room had 4 washers, 4 dryers...$1.50/wash; 25 cents for 10 min./dryer. The staff members were friendly and helpful. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group