Even though there is freeway noise, this is a well laid-out pretty campground, complete with rustic cabins, and handicapped sites. Lots of privace between sites and walking trails. Even if you don't camp, it's a nice rest and picnic spot.
Camped here with my family in our 40 foot RV. Easy access. Sites are large and most spaced far apart....more so than most parks. Showers are some of the best. 20 minutes from Pendleton. Lot of hiking and outdoor activities. Very scenic. However, literally right next to the freeway....50 to 75 yards from the 'A' loop. Road noise is quite...
The Good: Emigrant Springs is close to the freeway and has easy access. It is great for travelers needing a place to camp overnight. The Not So Good: its close to the freeway. The truck noise was non ending through the night. We were tent camping. Those with trailers and motor homes probably didn't notice. The sites are nice and...
Camp site and cabins are Awesome!!!! However to have one bathroom for the whole park and its a long hike from the cabin area. They should be putting in a another bathroom. What if you were handicap not a friendly park for disability.
The bathrooms and showers are clean. For the amount of campsites only one bathroom area can be busy. I agree with the other reviewers about the I-84 being noisy, the freeway noise was constant at all hours of the day. There are some nice short hiking trails. We saw the cabins and wondered if they still hear the freeway noise.