The Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort in Salem, Oregon is a prime vacation destination that attracts families from all over the country each year. Many guests just stop through for a short stay, but the resort welcomes long-term guests as well.
Whether you're at Hee Hee Illahee for a night or staying for months, your pets are welcome to come along too! Un-fur-tunately, there are some breed restrictions, so read up on the park's pet policy before booking your stay. Make sure your doggo is always on a leash and cleaned up after -- you could be fined $25 each time you're caught skipping out on doggie duty! There are several grassy areas designated for dogs to do their business around the resort.
The resort has 24 back-in and 115 pull-through sites to choose from that can accommodate RVs of all sizes, including big rigs. Each site comes with 20, 30, or 50-amp electric, as well as cable, water, and sewer hookups. Sites also come with picnic tables, and free WiFi is available throughout the resort. To keep you clean and comfortable during your stay, Hee Hee Illahee has pristine restrooms, showers, and coin-operated laundry machines.
If you're planning a longer stay, the resort has private mailboxes for guests. There's also a clubhouse on-site with a full kitchen for guests to use, as well as an exercise and games room with a pool table and ping pong. A covered, outdoor gathering area with grilling stations is the pawfect place for a get-together, and you can also enjoy horseshoe pits and a pool and spa that's open during the warmer months of the year.
If you venture off the resort property, you'll find plenty of other fun things to do, including the famous wineries of Willamette Valley. The Enchanted Forest amusement park is also nearby, as is the Oregon Garden, the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, and Silver Falls State Park. When you feel like shopping, head to the Woodburn Premium Outlets, with 110 tax-free places to shop.
Daily rates at Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort begin at $49.99 for four people, and for each additional person, you'll be subject to an extra $3 charge, up to seven people.