General Campground Information

Self Check-in After Hours

No need to worry about what time you'll pull in; even after hours we have a self-check-in booth where you'll find a map with your name on it (if you have a reservation), or a listing of available sites (if you don't)... so you can roll on in at any time of day (or night)!
Travel safely--we'll see you soon! :)
:) Kana & the Crew

Office Hours

The Office is open every day!
  • If you arrive after hours, the registration kiosk on the front of the office building is set up to provide personalized maps to guests with reservations, and self-registration options for guests arriving without a reservation.
  • Bathrooms, showers, and laundry are open 24/7.
  • If you REALLY need something outside of the office hours you may knock at the managers' house (at the park entrance) or call Kana's cell: 208-596-7413. 

Check-in & Check-out

Check-out is at 11 am. (Please contact the office if you have a request to check out late.) Check-in begins at NOON.

Pets are welcome!

We are pleased to offer our "Kamp K-9" for your four-legged family members! We ask that you keep them on a leash while in the park, and that you clean up after them. (We offer free doggie-bags in convenient locations around the park.)

Sorry: no pool & no campfires

  • We will be happy to direct you to Pendleton's public pool!
  • We regret to say that we are located within city limits, and prohibited by city ordinance from having open wood fires. Propane and charcoal are perfectly all right--and you are invited to enjoy the propane fire-pit at our community ClubHouse!

Quiet Hours

Please respect our community's peace from 9pm to 9am.

Meet Your Hosts

Jon & Kana Smith

We look forward to meeting you, and hope you'll enjoy our friendly, helpful staff and clean park!

You could say we know a thing or two about RV living--until moving to Oregon to manage this KOA, we lived in an RV for our entire marriage! You'll find Kana at the desk in our office/store, and Jon out-and-about around the park... When we're "off duty" (if such a thing can be said of two people who LIVE in their park) we enjoy the outdoors--fishing, hiking, shooting, sailing--and hitting the road on our motorcycles.