Pendleton KOA Journey

1375 SE 3RD St.
Pendleton OR 97801
16 Reviews
{{::location.tagLine.value.text}}

Sponsored Topics


See a problem? Let us know!
Pendleton owes its establishment to the Oregon Trail emigrants of the 1840s, who traveled across the rugged Blue Mountains to reach the West. Our park offers a full range of amenities to accommodate your family or group's stay. The exceptional view of the Blue Mountains, along with our friendly and personalized service, is guaranteed to make your visit comfortable and enjoyable. We offer clean restrooms and shower facilities, plus a laundry area and a meeting room for groups.Pendleton owes its establishment to the Oregon Trail emigrants of the 1840s, who traveled across the rugged Blue Mountains to reach the West. Today, those same rugged mountains and the beautiful Columbia River are just minutes from your comfortable base camp at this KOA. Spend the day exploring Pendleton's charming galleries and shops or the world-famous Pendleton Woolen Mills, which has been distributing locally made blankets and tapestries since 1909. Don't miss the Pendleton Underground Tours. Nearby, the Wildhorse Resort & Casino hosts many renowned entertainers and events throughout the year. Home to the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the Pendleton area is rich in history and culture. Enjoy the comfortable facilities at the campground, including free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Max pull thru: 70 feet. Your hosts: Travis and Tricia Lundquist.