We are an RV-only park, NO TENT CAMPING.
Please call nearby Scenic Meadows 541-432-9285 for tent or tent/RV combo camping.
We are open for the season and so is our bathroom!The south lake ramp, marina and day use areas are also open. Gift shops and mini golf courses are also open. The tramway and go-karts will open Memorial Weekend; please check with individual businesses for updates. Additionally, we will not starve! We now have a food cart in the park, Brookshire Catering Service, specializing in hand-cut fries, breakfast burritos, rubens, smoked meats and deliciousness made from scratch. You won't want to miss it! Our beloved Vali's Hungarian restaurant up the street will also be serving take-out dinners all summer and their famous doughnuts on weekends, and the coffee shop across the street has got your back for espresso!To sweeten the deal, we are also offering a 10% discount for cash/check payments for the month of May and a 5% discount for the rest of 2020. By doing so, we hope to save you the money we'd otherwise be paying in fees to credit card processors and big banks. We hope you are well and we hope to see you this summer!
A perfect base from which to explore the Eagle Cap Wilderness, nestled alongside the Upper Wallowa River in the heart of Wallowa Lake Village, our deluxe RV park has both 30-Amp and 50-Amp sites and offers all the amenities for a memorable get-away. Whether you like sport fishing, boating, hiking and biking, or mini-golf and ice cream, you'll be within walking distance to it all! The famed Wallowa Lake Tramway is across the street and the charming town of Joseph a mere 10 minutes drive. Because the park is so popular, reservations can be made up to a year in advance with July and August being the busiest months. For those fortunate enough to visit in the shoulder months, May and early June offers visitors the opportunity to see mountaingoats along the hillside. In late August throughout October, spawning Kokanee can be seen crowding the river. At any time of year, the Wallowas deliver a healthy dose of jaw-dropping scenery, deserving their place as one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon..