Pull through site with easy access from highway 20 at 171 Hines Logging Road Hines Oregon. On the far side of Oregon, among rolling prairie and high desert, are some of the state's most spectacular but overlooked places to camp.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Oregon ORV trails just 5 minutes away
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is located in the southeastern Oregon’s high desert, at the northern end of the Great Basin. ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Easy access, full hookups in Oregon.
We are located on the southern edge of Hines Oregon on a ridge with stunning views to the east.
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Great location, easy pull through's
Nice spot above the highway, so noise isn't too bad and views are great. lot is pretty flat, with large gravel We will stop by again when traveling through the area. Full hookups, including sewer.
Ideal camping spot in burns, oregon
Tom and Tami exceeded our expectations! The spaces are clean and nicely laid out. The WiFi is strong and fast! The log cabin is such a beautiful backdrop against an already beautiful view of the entire Burns valley. Tami ensured my kids were entertained as we set up our trailer. I wish we would have had a couple more nights to make use of the fire pits and beautiful space.
Big Bea Resort is a great place to stay near Himes, OR. Extremely easy parking, wide open lots, clean grounds, nicely decorated, and an easy access from the freeway. However signing up through Hip Hop was one of the worst experiences in our 21 summers on the road. I was about ready to pay when I realized that I didn't know the name of the campground or the address. I had to really search to find those answers. The RV park is referred to as Hip Camp, Tom B's Land, Big Bear Resort and in the review as Easy Access, Full Hookups.
Nice rv park overlooking the town.
It’s a big gravel parking lot, behind a lodge, with space for about 10 RV’s. It has nice views out over the valley and town, and is, as advertised. We enjoyed our stay even though the people next to us had mental issues and were asked to leave. The park handled the situation well, and the husband even came over to apologize. We would stay again.
Flat pull through sites
We stayed here for a quick overnight stop. It’s a site of 10 spots and they were nearly all filled the night we stayed. The sites are pull through clean, flat gravel. Plenty of space for the big RVs.
Our site, #6, had a tree growing around an antler beside it which our kids thought was awesome.