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Rv Parks in Camas, WA
Camas, 98607 Camas, WA Retreat FacilitiesCampgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
Camp Lacamas is a full service Christian retreat & conference center, dedicated to interdenominational Christian evangelism, to serving local and regional churches, and to the enhancement of our community by providing a facility resource for other non-profit community-minded organizations. Boasting over 40 gorgeous acres of pristine old-growth timber, bordered by Lacamas Creek, Camp Lacamas provides both rare scenic beauty and recreational fun! This historic camp has been serving in the camping industry for over 75 years, with an emphasis on small to mid-sized groups. Just 20 minutes east of Portland International Airport, and west of the Columbia Gorge, Camp Lacamas is truly an oasis -- the perfect place for your youth, men's, or women's retreats, youth or kid's camps, staff getway, team meeting, and more!
2.Oak Meadows Mobile Home Park
26801 NE 9th St2.83 mi Camas, WA Mobile Home ParksManufactured Housing-CommunitiesManufactured Homes
3.C W Mini-Storage
345 N Shepherd Rd1.37 mi Camas, WA Self StorageAutomobile StorageStorage Household & CommercialPublic & Commercial Warehouses
4.Camp Good Puppy
20019 NE 68th St6.80 mi Vancouver, WA Pet Boarding & KennelsKennelsCampgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
When taking my JRT, Jefferson, to his old kennel, I could barely get him out of the car. Now, when we go to Camp Good Puppy, as soon as we turn in the driveway, his paws are on the dashboard and his tail is wagging like crazy! This place is the gold-standard in dog boarding. Jefferson loves it, and, they seem to be pretty fond of him, too! The dogs are so well cared for, loved, exercised, and, I think its a great treat for them! I never worry about Jefferson when we're away, because I know he's having a great time on his "vacation" too!
5.Sandy Riverfront RV Resort
1097 E Historic Columbia River Hwy3.54 mi Troutdale, OR Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
6.Sandy River Front RV Resort
633 E Historic Columbia River Hwy3.22 mi Troutdale, OR Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
7.Portland Fairview RV Park
21401 NE Sandy Blvd3.75 mi Fairview, OR Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
The park is nice, however be aware that Hitler's son manages the place. They play favorites with tennants, watches you like you are going to do something wrong, have ""spy's"" reporting back to them, poke their nose into your personal business. \r \r An previous employee's dog got pregnant, she didnt know until the dog went into labor. They told her to get rid of the puppies because you cant breed animals on site. What was she to do, drown them? They fired her and gave her a short period of time to leave.\r \r I know of at least 10 people in the last year that have or want to move because of this. He is underhanded and can be unethical. A friend had a grandson visit and help her out and they found out he was there visting (not living) and told her he cant visit because he is a non violent felon. (did a small thing, not related to women, violence or illegal substances) and no one can visit without a back ground check if they visit on a regular basis. When she decided to leave because of this they called around to other RV parks to warn them about her and her grandson that cause trouble. He was NEVER anything but polite and nice to anyone he came across. Never trouble, but that is what they told the other RV park she was headed to.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.