Southern Oregon RV Park has gone beyond providing emergency shelter to re-establishing its main purpose of welcoming motorhome campers and RV owners.
As per a report, the Central Point park was the first park to sign an agreement with the Federal Emergency Management Agency for emergency shelter following the Labor Day 2020 fires. The survivors of The Almeda and the South Obenchain fire sheltered at the park, located near The Expo, for a year and a half.
As the temporary residents move to other housing solutions, the park is now welcoming campers and RVers.
Lambert stated that the county-owned RV park is a favorite destination for travelers, whether within the Rogue Valley for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Britt Music and Arts Festival, or the tournament at Lithia and Driveway Fields.
According to the county website, located at Interstate 5 Exit 33, the RV park offers full hookup RV sites with 20-, 30- and 50-amp service and free Wi-Fi and is nestled between two fishing ponds.
Southern Oregon RV Park also connects directly to the Bear Creek Greenway, a 20-mile, paved, multi-use trail that links the cities of Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, Medford, and Central Point.
Prices range from $38 to $40 per night based on the size of the space and charges for reservations and any additional vehicles.
For more information, contact 541-423-8115 or visit seejacksoncountyor.org/parks/Camping/So-Oregon-RV-Park.