Reviews for Timber Valley

| Huge spaces and scenic surrounding

By user-4616072... on 2017-10-23.

We did not stay here, just drove through to check it out. Spaces are large enough to handle a park model, some of them do. Spaces are gravel with concrete patios, park has lots of activities and friendly folks. Monthly rate is very reasonable, easy access for big rigs. A good location for a long term stay in central Oregon.

| Have to be an ESCAPEE member

By user-5796122... on 2017-10-23.

What a beautiful park! Really wish we could have stayed!

| Escapees members

By user-5824570... on 2017-10-23.

Great stay! Escapees membership RV Park

| Huge Sites and Wild Turkeys

By user-5884874... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-04-06 to 2018-04-13

Are you a member of the Escapees RV Club? Do you travel down the I-5 corridor through Oregon? If you answered "yes" to the above, Timber Valley SKP Park (SKP Co-op Park) in Sutherlin, OR is a great place to stop. ( In past years we have stopped at casino RV Resort 38 miles north of Sutherlin, before or after going over Grants Pass on our snowbird journeys south. Unfortunately, their rate has significantly increased, forcing us to seek an alternative and Timber Vally looks like our new roost in this area. POSITIVE: Huge RV sites (55′ x 70′) - gravel with concrete patio $21 daily rate for full hookup Pay for 6 days, get 7th free ($126/wk) Monthly - $340 plus $.10 per kWh for electricity Boondocking (dry camping sites) $5/nt All sites have 30/50 amp electrical Very good wi-fi Easy site access - paved roads and lots of space for parking Very well kept park with good landscaping Wild jack rabbits and turkeys abound throughout the park NEGATIVE: Escapees members only Cash only First come/First served. No reservations Back-in sites only All RV’s must be self-contained. Park does not have showers. We stayed here for 8 days and enjoyed our stay, watching the wild turkeys right outside or rig, and the best wi-fi I've had at an RV park for a long, long time.