RVers are in for a pleasant surprise when they check in to Burns RV Park, with ultra-spacious, level gravel sites and solid connections to electricity (30/50) water and sewer. Established trees provide essential shade for campers and are a continual theme throughout the park, with local wildlife often making an appearance. Longer and wider pull-through sites are designed to accommodate the larger rigs and come with a picnic table and plenty of room for a fire ring.
The daily rate is $44 for RVs and $32 if you’re looking to set up a tent. Drive off the highway and stay a few nights in one of their stylish cabins, or treat yourself to a unique experience sleeping in an authentic teepee -- something the kids can talk about at school. Internet access is available at the camp office, where coffee is always on the go alongside groceries and snacks.
The road nearby offers some noise pollution but leads into the eclectic city of Burns, named after a famous Scottish poet. The distance is less than a mile, making the park a convenient stopover or base camp for folks with a passion for art who are keen to view the Oard's Indian Art Museum. One attraction not to be missed is Crystal Crane Hot Springs, a healing nirvana with views of the Alvord Desert.
Guests who enjoy a good read can browse the park's exchange library or have fun with a game of horseshoes, a classic campground favorite.
Permanent road trippers travel with their beloved canines, and Burns RV Park makes them feel welcome with a few areas set aside for fun walks. All pups staying at the park need to be on a leash no longer than 6 feet. You're responsible for bringing doggie waste bags and cleaning up after your buddy.
This popular park becomes a home away from home for birdwatchers wanting to hike the trails or observe the migrating birds at the dog-friendly Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, a 30-minute drive from the park. Bow-wow buddies will need to be on a leash here as this is a wildlife sanctuary.
Book a site at Burns RV Park for your next Oregon adventure -- peak times are summer and the holidays.