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We've stayed here a couple of times when visiting the museum -- there's a nice concrete walkway from the campground over to the Museum so you don't need to drive over. All the spaces have nice concrete pads and are well maintained; admittedly, not a lot of shade, but in Oregon, the clouds provide that anyway! re: dog breeds... they have restrictions on the typical breeds (Rottweiler, Chow, Pit Bull, etc) I've seen in a ton of different campgrounds. Nothing special there.
Clean and well kept grounds.
Oregon pushes dog breed limitations so i will never stay here
Tree-lined streets and soft grassy knolls are just part of the appeal of Olde Stone Village, McMinnville Oregon’s premier recreational vehicle park and community. Tucked into the rolling landscape of Yamhill County, the park offers easy access to highways, as well as McMinnville's shops, restaurants, scenic vineyards, historic attractions and roadside produce stands stocked with your seasonal favorites. Olde Stone Village is immediately adjacent to the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, home of the world famous "Spruce Goose" and Evergreen's aviation-themed IMAX Theater. The Wings & Waves Water Park opened recently to rave reviews. Wings & Waves combines entertainment and education in one adrenaline-inducing fun family park. Designed with every age in mind, the Wings and Waves Water Park includes a variety of aquatic features, from play fountains for the little ones to a scream-inducing 62-floot slide of out the belly of a 747! Because children often learn best with hands-on displays the Water Park focuses on interactive exhibits designed to inspire a young interest in air and space. Not only can you have a fun day at the Water Park, but you can also have plenty to talk about afterwards. Go to evergreenmuseum.org for updates.