Campground Review: Casey's Riverside RV Park

By:  Jim & Melinda Tanner

13th Sep, 18

Sometimes you can’t see something until you are looking for it.   How true! 

For years, Jim and I have driven past the tiny town of Westfir, including a sign along Hwy 58 pointing towards Casey’s Riverside RV Park.....never paying much attention to it. 

Boy, have we been missing out on a beauty of a spot!

Recently, we needed a spot to camp...and the search was on! The annual Perseid meteor shower was coming up and we desperately wanted to find a location. In years past, we have been lucky enough to be in remote locations to view the fireballs fly by. Yet, this year, we hadn’t planned a camping trip ….and needed to find one fast.

Just by chance, Jim looked for campgrounds with a 2-hour drive from Portland and came across Casey’s Riverside RV park. We reserved the LAST available spot at Casey’s Riverside RV park…..Once there, couldn’t stop kicking ourselves for not taking time to look into this location. It’s truly a hidden gem! Quiet, peaceful and best of all, in close proximity for those quick weekend getaways.

This location was a great match for us. It also happens to be the location for the Heartland Owners Club Oregon Rally for the last few years.

Campground 411

Campground/RV Park: Casey's Riverside RV Park

Address: 46443 Westfir Road, Westfir, Oregon 97492

Phone: (541) 782-1906



Large pull-thru sites, Big Rig friendly

All sites paved

Full hookups – 20 / 30 / 50 amps

Water / Sewer / Electric / Garbage

Laundry and shower facilities (for guests only)

Cable TV, including PAC 12 and WiFi at all sites

Free WiFi

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Jim & Melinda Tanner

Jim & Melinda Tanner

About Melinda and Jim......

We met at Oregon State University. Jim currently works in the high technology industry while Melinda works in Education. 

We have 2 boys and enjoy camping as a family and being in the outdoors.

Jim grew up in Oregon and Melinda, having moved from Virginia, has come to love the Pacific Northwest's vast outdoor/camping opportunities.