RV Eclipse Camping in Lebanon Oregon
RV Eclipse Camping in Lebanon Oregon
6 guests
Studio
1 bed
0 baths
6 guests
Studio
1 bed
0 baths
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Ages 2 - 12
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RV camping sites available for eclipse viewing in Lebanon Oregon, the heart of the Willamette Valley. Only 15 minutes East of I-5 on Hwy 20. Campsites are in our 3 acre, park-like, pasture setting. DRY RV CAMPING ONLY! RV's must be fully contained. Each campsite is approximately 27 x 40. Cost is $100 per night, maximum 4 night stay, August 18 - 21, 2017. Space still available. Not able to provide tent camping spaces.

The space

We are located next to Cheadle Lake Park in Lebanon were you will find nature trails to enjoy around the lake. Activities are taking place in the park for the eclipse. Check out "Party in the Path" Lebanon, Oregon.

Other things to note

No sanitary or dumping stations.


Amenities
Free parking on premise
Family/Kid Friendly
Smoking Allowed

House Rules
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in time is flexible

- Courtesy for all campers
- Quiet Hours - 10:00 pm - 7:00 am
- No Smoking outside of RV
- No Fires at campsite
- Gas grills only - No Charcoal
- Limit 6 people per campsite
- Only on additional vehicle (car/truck) per campsite
- Limited alcohol use strongly requested. Consumption restricted to your campsite only.

You must also acknowledge
Some spaces are shared - Fire pit and shaded areas
Amenity limitations - No sanitary or dumping stations

Cancellations

1 Review

Erika User Profile
August 2017
Very friendly people who were quick to respond to messages sent over AirBnB. Set up a sign out front so we didn't miss their property and it was a perfect location to view the eclipse! For a camping set-up, the wash stations and bathrooms were much nice and more put-together than I expected! Awesome stay, though brief. We came only for the eclipse so I cannot comment on proximity to other attractions.
Carolyn & Kim User Profile
Response from Carolyn & Kim:
We are sorry for the misunderstanding. Our ad read specificly no fires, only gas grills. There was a ban on fires in our area as well.
August 2017

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