Reeder Beach Resort

(1) Review

26048 North West Reeder Road, Portland, OR, 97231

Reeder Beach Resort is located 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: horseshoes pits, full hookups overlooking the Columbia River, onsite store, restrooms, showers, propane and WIFI. 



Travelers can look forward to iconic local attractions such as:

- Glenn Otto Park

- Hippo Hardware & Trading Co

- Oregon Zoo

- Tom McCall Waterfront Park

- Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

- Pioneer Courthouse Square

- Lan Su Chinese Garden

- 3D Center of Art and Photography

- The Faux Museum

- Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center

- BMXMuseum


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!

Last Updated: 06/26/2023

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hook-Up - Non-River Front $30.00 $160.00
Full Hook-Up - River Front $35.00 $190.00

General Store

Community Showers

Water Hookups

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly

Trash Service


30 Amps







Wildlife Viewing

26048 North West Reeder Road, Portland, OR, 97231
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Overall Rating: 1.0

James Dobstaff

WARNING to anyone who has stayed at, is staying at or plans to stay at Reeder Beach RV Resort and Country Store. The longer we were there the more we noticed a decline in our health. We looked up info about the water because it always had a funny smell, came out opaque and tasted terrible, only to discover arsenic levels so high that Steve Wabashall at Oregon Drinking Water Services has, since 2019, issued a “Do Not Drink the Water” alert. He told us the the owners were required to inform guests with flyers, tell everyone upon check in and supply bottled drinking water. We took pictures to show no notices were posted and we were never told not to drink the water. Arsenic was first detected in 1991 but not retested until 10/2/2019. Each subsequent test has been positive and nothing has ever been done about it. Please check this for yourself at your and click on water systems search and enter 91951 for Reeder Beach. We drank and cooked and gave this water to our animals. When the office found out we had discovered the problem and spoken to Steve W. we were asked to vacate in 24 hours even though we had been there for 6+ months. Apparently they were suddenly completely sold out. We don’t understand why they aren’t required to correct this issue and our main concern is, we were not given a choice or informed about the health risks.