When Clackamas County called on a Tuesday night to inquire about using Gladstone Campground, the immediate answer was, “Yes!” From that moment, a few people burst into action, readying the campus for the 100+ RVs that would find their way to us over the next few days.
I’ve heard it called Happy Valley owing, I’m sure, to the myriad “happy campers” that pepper the grounds during Camp Meeting week. I’ve also heard it called Death Valley. Maybe because of the hot, dry, dusty conditions of the hottest summers. Now it has has a new name.
Gladstone Park Conference Center is open as a Clackamas County evacuation site for anyone evacuating from fires with an RV. The campground provides full hookups for RVs at no cost. Evacuees can access the evacuation site by driving up to 19500 Oatfield Rd., Gladstone, Oregon. Don’t have any RV?
This week (August 6) the Oregon Conference updated its documentation on church reopening and COVID-19 safety guidelines.
The words Camp Meeting have brought folks from Oregon, Washington and beyond to Gladstone for more than 90 years. This year isn't normal in any sense of the word, however.
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