Central Point, Ore. — The finishing touches are being put on the Southern Oregon r-v park but people can already start making reservations. Construction and landscaping will continue through the summer but the new park is open and started welcoming visitors at the start of July.
“At this point reservations are trickling in,” Steve Lambert of Jackson County Parks says, “but we have a lot of availability so if you’re coming to the area and you want a nice new RV park designed for longer modern day rigs this is the place.”
Power, sewer and water hookups are available at each site, and Wi-Fi is coming in the fall. Depending on slip size, visitors will pay $38 to $40 a night. Click HERE to reserve a spot.
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