We landed here almost a year ago and we are still in love with this park. The owners are amazing and they truly care about all of us here. I'm so glad this is where we are!
We enjoyed two wonderful seasons at Rovers. Hosts Becky and Ben are the best. Nice location on Alsea Bay. Definitely warmer and sunnier than the foggy coast - just three miles to the West. Very dog friendly with decent Wi-Fi and good Verizon coverage. Lots of singing birds more than makeup for some hiway noise. Traffic quiets down by bedtime.
This is our type of park. Family owned and quiet. Sites are spacious, hook ups good. 40 channels of cable and wifi included. It is all about location for this park, right on Alsea River, lots of wildlife to watch, and put your in kayaks from the shore. Great off leash dog area, communal fire pit. Only 3 miles from the ocean.
Rovers RV park has been the best park we have stopped at. The spaces here are extremely big compared to other RV parks, consisting of 3 "lanes" you have space for your car, your RV, and plenty of rec space in between! With 2 large dogs, the off leash area is amazing to get the morning jitters out, and there are tons of trails and beach access close to the park as well. The owners are incredibly friendly, and try to provide the best experience you can have. We will be coming back to the area, and absolutely will stay at Rovers!
I have stayed here now for 2 years in a row and will likely return again next summer. The owners are so friendly and accommodating. The RV park is well-maintained and located next to the Alsea River. I have a dog who became best buds with one of the owners' dogs and they played often at the dog park along the river during our one-month stay and the dogs had the greatest of times. The RV park has all the amenities I like and does not have a swimming pool which, in my opinion, only adds to the peace and quiet of this RV park. It is located so conveniently to Waldport and Newport and is just far enough from the coast to provide more sunny days than on the coast since it is often outside the coastal fog layer.