Part of the reason is simply the season we make this trip which is every October, as October is very beautiful here in the “Land of Umpqua” along the merging forks of the Umpqua River.
The other reasons we enjoy this RV Park is it is friendly, well maintained and laid out, with a nice clubhouse & other facilities.
This RV park is far enough outside Roseburg Oregon to give it a nice country atmosphere, yet close enough to make a quick trip to town to pick amenities or go out for dinner (as our group does on Sundays).
Twin Rivers RV is also immediately adjacent to River Forks County Park which also has a boat ramp for those who would like to take in some fishing.
The climate is relatively moderate with not as much winter extreme as other nearby areas of Oregon due to some coastal influence coming up the Umpqua River. As well Summers are also not quite as hot as other areas as for similar reasons (it is generally cooler in summer than the Rogue Valley of Oregon where we live). As noted earlier, the mature shade trees also do a good job keeping your RV from direct sunlight, including damaging UVC Light energy that slowly destroys your RV, especially the roof and other exposed areas.
My article about UVC Light energy as it applies to aquarium or pond maintenance:
433 River Forks Park Road
Roseburg, Oregon 97470
(Approximately 7 miles from exit 125 on Interstate 5)
*34 pull-thrus (41′ x 75′)
*35 Back-in’s (40’x 40′)
*30/50 amp electrical
*WiFi Hotspot (near office)
*Limited Groceries and RV Supplies
*Recreation Field (volleyball, etc.)