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After a friend and I toured The Painted Hills, we wondered whether we'd be able to find a place to stay. We called House Inn's owner, and a short time after, we were shown a choice of comfortable rooms.
The RV portion of the place...More
Kudos to Lyndee and David......... They run a very charming and well kept place...... We stayed in the Salmon Suite........ Old fashion and nicely decorated....... Love the lantern flashlight attached to the room key....... The grounds were immaculate with chickens and ducks wandering the grounds...........More
Lyndee & David were very accommodating. I did a last minute road trip, wasn't sure where I was staying until I got there. However, I did call them ahead of time. They were nice and flexible with my improvised planning.
Being that my road trip...More
This park only has 5 RV spaces but also 4 chickens, 5 ducks and a cat. For Halloween the owners decorated with pumpkins on the picnic tables. The showers were great. The grounds were lovely. A great place to stay while exploring the John Day...More
This small RV Park (only 8 sites) is clean and welcoming with ample space between site, lots of green grass, fruit trees and a few wandering ducks and chickens. Restrooms are clean and WiFi is reasonably serviceable (given you're in the central Oregon desert). I...More
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Response from David B, Manager at Fish House Inn and RV ParkResponded 9 September 2017
Thank you for staying with us and for your review!
To clarify laundry. Cost of single load is $5.00 cost of triple load is $10.00
the number for the fish house inn is 541-987-2124, the owners name is mike and he is very nice, lives on site and knows the area well. the john day fossil visitors center is not far from the park and is worth the trip. down... More
the number for the fish house inn is 541-987-2124, the owners name is mike and he is very nice, lives on site and knows the area well. the john day fossil visitors center is not far from the park and is worth the trip. down the road about 25-30 mile is clyde holiday state park, it was very nice also, right on the river...close to the hwy, but traffic is so light it doesn't really matter, and while you are at the fish house inn go over the the dayville cafe to eat, it's cheap and the food is great, mike can tell you where it is.
Response from elgreco251 | Reviewed this property |
Well, that's a good question. We stayed there last Sept. It states that the phone number can be called for summer/fall reservations. I think it would be best to call the phone number and see if there is a message describing... More
Well, that's a good question. We stayed there last Sept. It states that the phone number can be called for summer/fall reservations. I think it would be best to call the phone number and see if there is a message describing the exact months it is open. The owner is real nice and property very quaint and cared-for.
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"If you can, check the website photos ahead of reserving. All the rooms vary."