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The park is not for you if you are looking for the fancy, up-scale rv resorts. This is more of a campground where you go to lay back and relax, to enjoy the wild turkeys on the grounds or visit the cattle next door (no...More
Stayed only one night on a trip around Oregon. We had a site down the far end of the park looking out over wilderness. Pattie, the owner, lent us some irons for the fire which we used to make s'mores (a new one on us)....More
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Response from rockhorsepark, Member at Rockhorse ParkResponded 21 September 2016
Thank you kindly! We enjoyed your visit & hope we'll see you again soon.
(Trip Advisor has just granted us access to respond, after not having offered it previously, which we find odd, but please accept our apologies for not responding sooner.)
This place is 8 miles from Fort Rock. On the Fremont Hwy just before the turn off. It had a sign saying it was open 24/7. You ring the bell and the staff/owner come running out.
A gonzo little shop with the necessities. Some odd...More
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Response from rockhorsepark, Member at Rockhorse ParkResponded 20 September 2016
Thank you kindly.
One clarification; Lake County has not yet legalized cannabis sales outside of Lakeview, as of September 2016, therefore Rockhorse Park is NOT a cannabis dispensary, but we do have a lovely and long-established head shop on the premises.