I wanted to stay at the State Park, but it was booked! Scandia RV Park had one spot left (and I didn’t feel like staying in the high priced Crown Villa park).
The “permanents” and the “overnighters/short terms” are in separate sections, separated by a fence. The “overnights” are in the 300 section. The 300 section is nicer than the “perm” section. The “perm” section has the RV’s way too close together, pass the biscuits please. (If I could rate the sections separately, I’d give a “4” to the perm section and an “8” to the 300 section.) The 300 section has some grassy space between the RV’s. The driving loop is narrow, but passable. I crossed my fingers and hoped I made it through without hitting anyone’s toad.
There were some big rigs here, and a lot of 5th wheels. The parking pads are asphalt. There were lots of trees throughout the overnight section, my cat was entertained! Space 320 is right next to a large brick bar-b-que area. Try not to get space 317, it’s next to a light pole (keep you awake at nights…).
The restrooms and laundry were clean and bright! Laundry was cheap, $1 for wash, $1 for dry! One of the good things about this park is that it’s right along Business 97 (a main thoroughfare) in Bend, but set up so that the road noise isn’t bad (unless you leave your windows open). Even better, if you don’t have a toad with you, you can walk to fast food restaurants, pizzeria, and a good supermarket (Fred Meyer, which also has a gas station if you need). I would stay here again! September is perfect in Bend!