Sherman County RV Park

4.0

$11.50 per night, starting at.

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66147 Lonerock Road, Moro, OR, 97039


Sherman County RV Park includes amenities such as water, sewer, electricity, laundry facilities. This RV park is located on 66147 Lonerock Road in Moro, OR. Hunting, biking, hiking, wildlife viewing, and fishing are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay here.



RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Site With Full Hookup 30 Amp $20.00 Choose Your Site
RV Site With Full Hookup 50 Amp $25.00 Choose Your Site
Tent

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Dry Camp Site $10.00 Choose Your Site

30 Amps

50 Amps

Laundry Facilities

Sewer Hookups

Water Hookups



Biking

Fishing

Hiking

Horseback Riding

Hunting

White-Water Rafting

Wildlife Viewing






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Overall Rating: 4.0

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Ronald J Fisher

4.0
Private park about 8 miles north of Lincoln City on the coast. Pull-through sites with FHU including cable. No beach access, though you can walk to Neskowin and get on the beach there, along a potentially very busy highway, so not the best idea. Park has free range domestic rabbits hopping around. Sites are fairly level, unpaved, and out in a grassy meadow, bordered by trees. There's also small mobile home "cabins" available to rent and tent spaces. You cannot hear the surf or see the sea from this location, but it makes a good base for exploring the coast. Some traffic noise. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group
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Ronald J Fisher

4.0
I would like to add a gem of a place to stay. Sherman County Fairgrounds at Moro, Oregon. Showers, laundry. Dogs allowed to run off leash at camp and in the fairgrounds. Can see Mt Hood and Mt Adams in the far distance. Moro is nice little town. About 19 miles south of interstate 84. Route 97 is called The Journey Through Time Scenic Byway. Open year round. Pull through sites as well as back in. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

66147 Lonerock Road, Moro, OR, 97039