Seven Feathers Rv Resort

325 Quintioosa Blvd
Canyonville, 97417
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Great park, everything just pulling into the covered drive way to the 2 location dump inlet (per site, allowing you to position your coach however you want) to the lit power stations, this place is 5 stars. Oh! And what a great indoor pool and hot tub. We traveled here in our 35ft Class A with a Rubicon in tow and there was plenty of room. We didn't visit the casino but it looks like there were shuttles going to and from. Also, Seven Feathers truck stop is there allowing for easy fuel ups.
This has to be one of the prettiest, nicest casino (or anywhere) RV parks around! It is situated in a lush canyon with nice views and beautifully landscaped grounds. Nice walking and care areas for dogs. When you call your casino chariot the shuttle is quick to arrive and whisk you away to the casino across the highway. Non-smoking area of casino is adequate and has a separate entry. We were there during an event weekend and enjoyed the outside 50's concert and giveaways. This will be a regular stop for us when we are in the area.
I love stopping here while driving thru Oregon. Easy check in. Beautiful RV RESORT. Very lush grounds. Many Clean laundry facilities thru-out park. Indoor pool area. Community fire pit a great way to meet fellow campers. Well maintained restrooms & showers. 24 hr shuttle to casino and restaurants. Join their players club to receive discounts ( if you are into buffets ) Can't say enough about the beauty of this facility.

(541) 839-3599

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Ken’s Sidewalk Cafe

100 S Main St
Canyonville, 97417
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Visiting some local friends and suggested KENS restaurant. The locals raved about the "BUFFALO BURGERS" so the Six of us had to try them and yes they lived up to all expectations. The Buffalo Burgers were juicy, tender and not gamy. Accompanied by some very very crispy tenders french fries. Service was spot on we decide to sit in the patio area it was very clean and nicely kept. Thank you for the great service and outstanding food. See you on our next trip! SCRC RON
Canyonville. If you've ever been here it was either on accident or an act of love. For me it was an accident. I'd like to call it a happy accident and radiate positivity, but the truth involves a couple tons of peaches, a wooden leg, AC/DC's "Thunderstruck", and one of those road trip stories that is WAY BETTER after the fact. Trust me. Canyonville, population 24, as a town kind of reminds me of a cross between Pleasantville and Deliverance. We arrived just before sunset to find every shop on the main road (only road?) closed, and half the shops boarded up. I would never have known that the casino was just up the way if I hadn't gotten terrifically lost trying to get back onto I-5. We had a 45 minute wait for a tow truck that turned into almost 2 hours. Starving, irritable, and done taking photos of the gorgeous hanging flower pots, storefronts, and parks, we turned to look for food. We saw many picturesque families strolling, and a couple of characters who looked like they spend their weekends lowering lotion in baskets or strolling the back woods with a chainsaw, but hey - I'm from Eugene, it takes a lot to worry me. The restaurant was closed, but we'd already walked by Ken's twice, so we figured why not? The reader board on the sidewalk promised many amazing specialities. A buffalo burger, a salmon burger, a salad, a lobster wrap. Unfortunately the lady at the window let us know they were out of buffalo, elk, and anything but beef. Salmon? Out. Beef only. It was hot, she was antsy as a line grew behind us. Seriously- no one was around until we stepped in line and suddenly the whole town needed a milkshake. I work with ESL students and do a lot with proofreading day in and day out. I get crap for being a "grammar Nazi" or poking fun at simple spelling mistakes on Facebook. I think it a misnomer- to date, none of my grammatical misgivings have wiped out millions on a whim or affected global politics for decades in ANY way, shape, or form, but perspective, I guess. Misspellings on a menu or reader board give me serious pause. My daughter is dyslexic - therefore she is extremely careful about how she writes and spells. She'll ask for a double-check. Heck- teachers at my work ask each other to for double-checks and use spellcheck everywhere. When I see egregious misspellings on the public face of a business, I first wonder if they're messing with the general public, and secondly, I wonder about their attention to detail. It's not a commentary on anyone's education level or intelligence, it's simple attention to detail. It's copying words from one place to another and making sure things are presentable. It's knowing that they had the humility to double-check and are ok with others finding errors so that they can be corrected. Usually the menu is just the tip of the iceberg. A "burger" in one place was a "berger" on another. "Fries" were alternately "frys" and are cut fresh with the skins on DAILY. Awkward wording, title case versus sentence case, the menu board and the paper menu were both riddled with typos. My friends ordered milkshakes while I tried to decide between something with "beens" or something that was "fresh when available." There were fly strips hanging from the walls and more visible inside than out on a hot August night. I went with the chili fries, figuring it to be a safe bet. The fries may have been cut fresh with the skins on (it rubs the chili on its skin or else it gets the "catsup" again?) They were fine. The chili "beens" were mealy and overcooked, it tasted canned. I searched every bite for any errant winged insects but luckily only found a stray hair. My companions said their milkshakes were "fine" but didn't seem worth nearly $5. Ashley's milkshake was the wrong flavor twice- the lady didn't seem to write down what she wanted when she passed the order on. Condiments were stocked in a mini fridge just outside. It looked like someone's house was attached to the cafe. It was a little strange eating just outside someone's screen door while they were inside watching tv. All in all it was "fine." Nothing to write home about. Hopefully a fluke due to the weather, the time of day, and the crowd of 5 customers behind us.
My husband and I came upon this place while exploring the town. The picnic tables outside were crowded. We figured that was a good sign. I ordered the mushroom swiss burger and my husband ordered the bacon cheeseburger. The burgers were really good and the fries are freshly made. I enjoyed sitting outside and eating my meal. The restaurant has a small town feel. It was very enjoyable. Before we left we ordered milkshakes which were freshly made in front of us.

(541) 839-6872

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340 N Main St
Canyonville, 97469
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Serafino’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

224 NW Main St
Canyonville, 97417
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I live here in Canyonville, but until today, I had never eaten here. I wasn't expecting much considering the location. So I was surprised to find that the food was excellent! Firstly, my son and I ordered two glasses of their house wines. At $2.99 a glass (which they weren't skimping on) and good flavor, one can't complain. We ordered a barbecue chicken pizza and eggplant parmesan. The eggplant Parmesan came with spaghetti, garlic bread, and minestrone soup. The spaghetti was cooked my favorite way (al dente), the soup was homemade and delicious, and the garlic bread was perfectly toasted. The pizza was excellent, and everything was fresh. Plus the waitress was very kind and polite.
The staff was soo wonderful and tolerant of my noisy and messy 13 mo twins. The other guests were really nice too. The food was yummy and pretty inexpensive given how tasty it was. We'll be back next time we drive through.
Excellent eggplant parm. Spaghetti sauce rich and flavorful. Very nice service even though it was very busy, all tables taken. From the outside the restaurant does not look like much. Never judge a book by the cover. In my top five all time Italian restaurants.

(541) 839-6122

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Subway

Pioneer Plaza Shopping Center,165 Main St
Canyonville, 97417
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We ordered ahead with 20 sandwiches, they were not ready an hour later and the employees were terribly rude! I would think a 200 dollar order would make them a little more nice but.... Guess not. We will never come here again
Only one person working at 7:45pm and all the sudden 6 people in line but she worked efficiently and friendly. Well prepared and with a smile.
Pretty good. Standard Subway. Good service and friendly staff. This is my sons favorite place. They are good at making his sandwich perfect for him. He is autistic and very picky. It fairly new and very clean. Gets busy at noon and dinner time.

(541) 839-4400

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Cow Creek Restaurant

Seven Feathers Casino,146 Chief Miwaleta Ln
Canyonville, 97417
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Burger King

821 N Main St
Canyonville, 97417
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what a joke, I hate burger king but this was the only place that was open. what fast food place asks for an id when using a debit card? uhhh never heard of that before. if it wasn't my debit card do u really think id go to burger king of all places to waste someone elses money? get a grip. I will be calling the company tomorrow.
For better or worse, fast food is a mainstay of American road trips and likely always will be. We pulled into this BK, which resides in the shadow of the Seven Feathers Casino, because I thought some French toast sticks would fortify me to continue the drive to Portland. One postprandial look at my favorite Washingtonian and it was clear that the "food" had put us both in a similarly ill-feeling place. Made me wish I'd held out until we reached civilization. . .
We used the drive thru for a couple chicken sandwiches and waited in line with 8 other cars for 10 minutes. The clerk didn't apologize when we reached the window. We asked about the long wait and she said that someone had ordered 4 whoppers and they had to cook them all before they could serve the next person. I asked why they didn't have that vehicle pull ahead and wait while she served others and she said that they couldn't fill any more orders until they finished the big one. Good Grief! We were in on another day and the staff kept yelling to each other across the dining area.

(541) 839-6678

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Burger King

180 Gazley Bridge Rd
Canyonville, 97417
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(541) 839-6678

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Seven Feathers Casino & Hotel

146 Chief Miwaleta Ln
Canyonville, 97417
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(800) 548-8461

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Riverside Lodge

1786 Stanton Park Rd
Canyonville, 97417
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(541) 839-4557

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