Address: 54432 McKenzie Hwy, Blue River, Oregon 97413
GPS: 44.171136, -122.237412
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Local Directions: From East town limits: Go 3-1/2 mi E on Hwy 126.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-541-822-3726
Website: http://www.holidayfarmrvresort...
Email: manager@holidayfarmrvresort.co...
Office Hours: 9 AM to 9 PM

All year

43 RV Sites, 43 Full Hookup, 43 30 Amps, 43 50 Amps

Daily Rates: $34.00
Discounts/Memberships: FMCA
Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Hot Showers, Laundry, WiFi

Fishing, Hiking

All Ages, No Tents, Pets Welcome

Max RV Length 60 ft, Max RV Width 30 ft
Total Sites43
RV Sites43
Max RV Length60 ft
Max RV Width30 ft
Full Hookup (43)
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3 star rating
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1 star rating
Will not be going back
October 12, 2015
I have to say that right off the bat, we will not be going back to Holiday Farm. As soon as we arrived it got off to a bad start. The manager had positioned a stop sign, which I pulled beyond because I felt our trailer would be blocking people coming and going. Apparently in doing so we had broken some kind of mortal sin, at least according to the manager. He saw fit to berate us about it for at least two minutes. It was completely uncalled for. He was very gruff and unwelcoming. Not a good trait in someone in the "hospitality" business.

The campsite itself was pleasant enough, certainly quiet and private. We were in space 15, which was a little tricky to back into with a trailer, as it was tucked in back of two very large Ponderosas. Not a negative, as it comes with the territory. You can hear the traffic in the sites closer to the highway.

As for Mckenzie Bridge itself: Other than its close proximity to the beautiful McKenzie river, there’s nothing there. No town as such. There are two spectacular waterfalls further up the highway, and a loop trail that shouldn’t be missed. Google Sahalie Falls and Koosah Falls, as well as Clear Lake.

In my opinion, if you don’t mind dry camping, stay at Paradise campground a little ways back. Or, better yet stay at Clear Lake. From here you can hike to the falls, or around the lake itself.

If golf is your thing, Holiday Farm would fit your needs nicely.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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5 star rating
A nice, wooded, pet-friendly park
Canoe Freak
October 21, 2014
This park is nestled in a wooded area. Very nice, very quiet, with updated facilities. Very clean. Dogs are welcome here, and they've got a small area for them to run around. My only complaint is they've only got one shower for the whole campground.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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