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JUNIPERS RV RESORT From the beautiful hill country looking east to the Warner Mountains sits Junipers RV Resort, a beautiful 40-acre park that is surrounded by a 5,000-acre cattle ranch, “The thing that people love the most is the peace and serenity. Guests come to spend the night and end up staying longer because they enjoy it so much,” explained co-owner Teresa Shine. The park offers 40, 80-foot graveled pull-through sites with water and 20/30 AMP electricity, 28 have upgraded 50 AMP electricity, sewer hookups are available at 23 sites, and each site has a shade tree and a picnic table. In addition to the RV sites are three designated tent sites and a 20-foot trailer is available for rent. that can seat up to 80 people and two propane barbecues are available for group or individual use and it’s great for RV club outings, parties, family reunions, and weddings. The resort overlooks the 175-acre Junipers Reservoir and its surrounding meadows. The reservoir has been known for 30 years as a premier fishing site, and it is one of the only free-fishing lakes around because it sits on private property and is stocked with rainbow trout and yellow-bellied catfish. 91029 Hwy 140 West Lakeview, OR 97630 Phone: 541-947-2050 Web: www.junipersrvresort.com Junipers RV Park has much to offer besides its immaculately maintained grounds, “Our facilities are spotless and we have fresh flowers in the restrooms and laundry room in which we have a TV so that people can pass the time and catch up on the news.” The park also offers free WiFi and a free dump station. Their open-air pavilion is furnished with tables and chairs Please go to the website for more information. Season: May 1st through Oct. 15th REGION 7: CENTRAL SOUTHEAST The site has an interesting family history in that where the 40acre park sits was once John Shine’s family homestead. The park was developed by Chuck and Treva Kelly in the 1980s and the Shines bought it back in 2013. Recreation possibilities are almost limitless with horse-shoe pits, volleyball, hiking  the wildlife trails and ranch roads, mountain biking, bird watching, exploring and experiencing the ancient Native American campground, and horseback riding if they bring their own animals. Lavender Flowers © Walkingbird96 / pixabay.com/ WWW.OREGONTRAVELCOUNCIL.COM 91