GRANT COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS RV PARK
CALL 541-575-1900 FOR RESERVATIONS & INFORMATION
FEES AND SERVICES
- $27 per night full hookup includes room tax
- New restroom & shower facility
- Full hookups 20/30/50 amps
- Pull-through sites
- Pet friendly
- Sewer dump
- Tent camping $11 not in RV Park, in grassy areas on fairgrounds. Showers $4
- Easy walk to restaurants, parks, banks, post office, bars, swimming pool
- 541.575.1900 for Reservations Monday 7:00-4:00, Tuesday-Friday 8:00-5:00
The Grant County RV Park is situated next to the John Day River and the Grant County Fairgrounds. Each site features easy access, a fire ring, picnic table and full hook-ups, all surrounded by shade trees and groomed lawns.The Grant County RV Park is only blocks from the City Park & swimming pool, downtown John Day, restaurants, shopping and travel-related goods and services, but yet still feels as if you’re in the country.This is a pet friendly RV park with a great river walk trail that was just updated in 2011 to make it a great scenic walk for family, friends and pets.
From the West on Hwy 26/395: Once in John Day, turn left onto Northwest Third, just east of Les Schwab. Go two blocks, take a left at Bridge Street. Take a right into the second entrance for the Fairgrounds. Look for the sign that says Grant County RV Park.
From the East on Hwy 26: Once in John Day, one block west of the stop light where Main St. and Canyon Blvd intersects, take a right on Bridge St. Continue north on Bridge St four blocks. Take a right into the second entrance for the Fairgrounds. Look for the sign that says Grant County RV Park.
RV PARK RESERVATIONS
For RV Park Reservations, please call 541.575.1900 Office Hours are Monday 7:00am-4:00 PM Tuesday-Friday 8:30-5:00 Cost $27 nightly for full hook ups, $11 nightly for tent camping, $15 nightly for dry camp with electrical.
Kam Wah Chung Museum, Ranch & Rodeo Museum, Grant County Historical Museum, Depot Park Museum, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Painted Hills, Strawberry Lake & Wilderness Area, Magone Lake, Malheur National Forest, Fishing & Hunting, 860 miles of snowmobile trails, Hiking, Biking and ATV Trails. Great roads for motorcycles, Geocache sites and the John Day Golf Course.