Sun Rocks RV Resort

Prineville, Oregon


The park is in operation at this time as a Good Sam Park, is rated with Woodall's travel guide, and draws its clientele from a very broad and diversified group of Rvers from as far away as Germany, Sweden, and Canada, along with people from all across the United States. It is an exceptionally clean and well-run park that serves the needs of the traveling public.

There are 38 full hookup sites: (28) are 25'x55' back-in sites with 20&30 amp service, water, and sewer. (10) are 25'x70' pull thrus with 20, 30, and 50 amp service, water and sewer. (12) of the (28) back-ins have phone hookups available through Qwest as well as electric meters on the pedestals. (2) of the (10) pull thrus also have electric meters on the pedestals.

Water for the park is supplied by a well. The well produces 20 gallons per minute, but we have reduced the flow to 15 gallons per minute so as not to overwork the well. The water is stored in an underground cistern that holds 16,000 gallons and is then pressured and pumped throughout the park system. The water is tested quarterly and has always kept a clean rating. There is no chlorine added. The park water system can be manually shut down section by section and is designed in such a way that each section can be back fed while another part is shut down for any needed repairs.

The Manager's Home and office is a 24x40 Super Good Sense Manufactured Home with the park office located on the South end through a sliding glass door, handicap ramp, and sitting porch. The home has the master bedroom and bath on the north end and another small bath on the south end next to the park office. It also has a laundry area off of the kitchen. The living room, dining room and kitchen are all open with vaulted ceiling. The building has a heat pump for heat and AC. The manager's home also has a detached 20x24x10 foot shop.

The bathrooms, coin showers, and coin laundry facilities are housed in a 24x36 split-faced block and concrete building just south of the office. The building has cement floors, metal roof, and has all plumbing in the center of the building for easy access and to keep anything from freezing in winter. The rooms are heated and have metal stalls in the bathrooms, and block dividers in the showers. The hot water for the showers is mixed with a mixing valve that tempers the water to one temperature. The shower rooms each have four showers including one handicap stall and all showers have coin meters, set at this time to 3 minutes for 25 cents. The women's restroom has four stalls including one for handicap. It also has 2 sinks, an automatic hand dryer and soap dispenser. The men's restroom has 2 stalls including one for handicap. It also has 2 urinals, 2 sinks, automatic hand dryer and soap dispenser. The laundry room has two Whirlpool washers and two Whirlpool dryers, a folding table, and a clothes rack. There is also a water fountain on one end of the building.

The Clubhouse is 24x36: 2x6 construction, cement floor, metal roof, vinyl insulated windows, U54 rated doors, R19 insulation in the walls and R38 in the ceiling, recessed lighting, propane heater, and a 10x24 kitchen fully wired and insulated for Future restaurant capabilities. Propane water heater, floor mop sink, and stainless steel triple sink are built to restaurant standards. One 8' corner has been insulated to requirements for a future Class I hood and grill installation, which are not installed at this time. Propane is piped for equipment, and serving windows are already installed to the outside of the building as well as into the main room of the Clubhouse. There are 30"x 60" tables and metal folding chairs for meetings and potluck dinners. The roof of the Clubhouse has the fourteen solar panels that heat the swimming pool.

The heated pool is 20x40, in-ground plaster and tile, three to five feet deep. It is heated by the solar panels and is supplemented by propane heat. It is covered by a solar blanket and reel and is kept clean by an automatic pool vacuum placed in as needed.

The spa is 12' round, in-ground plaster and tile and is heated by propane. It also has a solar blanket.

The pool and spa equipment building is 9x17 feet and holds all the heaters, filters, chemicals, and test kit. It is made of 2x4 construction. The interior walls are water sheet rock, metal roof, and a cement floor with floor drain.

The entire pool and spa enclosure is exposed aggregate, five foot cyclone fencing with gray and white partial privacy and wind protection slats. There is a separate eating area within the enclosure.

The Eastern Hemlock log cabin is 11x13 feet with a 6 foot porch. It has a double bed, table and two chairs, two bunks, and storage shelves. It also has electricity, a microwave and refrigerator, heater, fan and lights. It is strictly a sleeping cabin. It has a fire pit and picnic table outside and is in close proximity to the small bathroom in the campground area.

There are three A-frame sleeping cabins. They each have a double bed and two camp cots, electricity, lights, heater, fan, and a microwave for heating drinks. They are fully insulated in the ceiling, walls, and floor and are carpeted. Due to the way they are constructed they can be rented in the winter months.

There are two gazebos in the RV park with fire pits and picnic tables for the use of the RV spaces. They are pole constructed with metal roofs.

There is a full dump station at the south end of the park. All roads in the park are 30' wide gravel roads.

THE CAMPGROUND has 22 tent sites of various sizes. Some sites have fire pits and picnic tables. The sites are seeded in grass and are filling in nicely. The campground area has a lot of trees and is situated on a one way loop, gravel road.

There are numerous over-flow tent spaces in the campground. There are water hydrants to serve the campers along with gray water stations for dumping. There is a small unisex bathroom in the camping area to serve the needs of the campers in the middle of the night instead of walking to the main bath-shower house. The bathroom has a flush toilet and sink.


PARK AMMENITIES: Include a playground, volleyball field, basketball one-on-one court, four horseshoe pits, propane dispenser, coin-laundry, ice, pop, showers, and boat parking area. The park is surrounded on two sides by a six-foot cedar fence. There are 80 picnic tables throughout, some wood and some metal with wood tops. Also there are several benches in the park. The tables and pool equipment are included in the sale price.

The purchase price of Park on 10 acres $1,200,000.00.

For further information please call:

Rookie Dickens, Broker
Caldwell Banker Morris

Frank Horner
(541) 416-8038