If you’re heading for Ashland, a city renowned for fine arts and Shakespearean theatre, drive into Glenyan RV Park and Campground to enjoy a country setting.
RV's are invited to full hook-ups of electricity (30/50 amp), sewer, and water for a daily rate of $40 with cable TV and access to the internet on some sites. The campsites have a rustic, forested appeal consisting of a dirt or gravel pad with a picnic table and fire ring.
There are 60 campsites at this petite RV park where pitching a tent gives a magical glimpse of a starry Oregon night sky. What could be more romantic than sharing stories from the road with newfound friends under a canopy of shooting stars?
Summer brings in the crowds ready to indulge in sunshine and good times, and that’s when the sea-blue, heated swimming pool gets in full swing. Kids have an impressive playground to enjoy, and the park store provides groceries for camper convenience. Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are older but reasonably clean while the restful sound of the creek offers a great night’s sleep. National holidays and the events taking place in Ashland determine the peak times, so it pays to book ahead if you want to stay awhile.
Glenyan RV Park and campground exude a cozy vibe where you can relax and find your inner zen as the stresses of life fade away. The full-timers are ultra friendly, as are the hosts, who welcome your fur-babies to stay at the park. You will need to keep your pooch on a leash no more than six feet in length and pick up their waste. The owners and operators must have affection for woofers, as they have provided two tail-wagging areas for dogs to walk. Bring your own doggy bags as not all campgrounds provide them.
A games room offers a ton of indoor fun while horseshoes, the eternal campground favorite, and basketball are on the menu for friendly games. A 10-minute drive takes you to Ashland, a city with a lot going on. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival draws enthusiasts from all over to be wowed by the outdoor theatre that takes place over an eight-month span, while Lithia Park is an adventurer's playground with hiking trails, Japanese gardens, and wildlife. Ashland has an affinity for the theatrical with Cabaret-style dining. If you prefer dog-friendly hiking trails, you might think you’ve landed in an Alice in Wonderland epic when you dare to take on the White Rabbit Trail, an ethereal jaunt through two miles of trees and wildflowers around Siskiyou Mountain.
Setting up camp at nearby Glenyan RV Park gives you easy access to Ashland’s many cultural events and nature walks.