RV Parks Near Plush, Oregon

RV Parks Near Plush, Oregon
Plush, Oregon, is a very small and unincorporated community in the southern part of the state near the California/Nevada border. Animal and wildlife enthusiasts have access to the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge near Plush. Gem hunters can test their luck at the sunstone gemfield, with sunstone being Oregon's state gem. Prepare for hot, dry and sun-filled days during the summer months, and cold, windy days during winter. If traveling to Plush and environs via RV, there are several nearby parks and camping options.

Junipers Reservoir RV Resort

Junipers Reservoir RV Resort is 30 minutes from the heart of Plush. The resort is open seasonally from May through October and is very popular. Make your reservations well in advance during busy summer holiday weekends.



The park features Wi-Fi, cable TV, electric, water and sewer connections at RV sites. Pets are welcome but should remain leashed in the resort. Bird and wildlife watching, fishing, mountain biking and hiking are available at the resort campground. Check with management prior to making a fire, as rules and regulations change due to dry conditions.



Junipers Reservoir RV Resort

91029 Hwy. 140 West

Lakeview, OR 97630

541-947-2050

junipersrv.com

Summer Lakes Hot Spring

Soak in the pools and tubs fed by natural geothermal waters at the Summer Hot Springs Resort and RV Campground. RV and tent camping is permitted in the camping area at the retreat and hot springs. RV campers must adhere to posted quiet hours and not turn on their generators during these times.



Pets are welcome if leashed. Showers, bathrooms and cooking areas are found in the resort area. There is a dog walking area where pets can romp off leash and away from the other buildings and campers. The retreat area features hot springs, hiking trails, biking trails, star gazing and yoga meditation gatherings.



Summer Lakes Hot Spring

41777 Hwy. 31

Paisley, OR 97636

541-943-3931

summerlakehotsprings.com

Hunter's Hot Springs Resort

In addition to the geothermal hot springs where you can rest, soak and rejuvenate after a day spent hiking, biking, birding and wildlife watching, you have the chance to watch "Old Perpetual," a geyser that sends plumes of steam and water 200 feet into the air every 90 seconds.



Park your RV and enjoy the showers, toilets and fire rings at the resort. Pets must be leashed during your stay. Make reservations in advance, as the limited number of RV sites fill up fast. There are electric and water connections at the RV sites.



Hunter's Hot Springs Resort

18088 Hwy. 395 North

Lakeview, OR 97630

800-858-8266

huntersresort.com

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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