We were desperately tired and this was close to the freeway we needed for the next morning. Park seemed neat enough in the pull through section; not so much in the monthly section. Lots of tree shade in monthly section, but not so much in pull through area. It was HOT. elderly lady in office was nice enough. Cash only. $35 was with a discount. Good for overnight, but nothing longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown is our monthly rate divided by 31 days. Very nice small park behind convention center, is as shown on website. It is clean, a park host is within the park, but office hours are limited to mornings. Most full-time residents are very friendly and helpful. Landscape work done on a regular basis, therefore asked to not leave chairs on lawn overnight, and automatic sprinklers do come on regularly. We have returned for several years, and will continue to return regularly staying either weekly or monthly. This park is within walking distance of restaurants, grocers and shopping facilities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We totally enjoyed this immaculate park. The excellent WiFi, which is a rare, and cable, as well as the meticulous landscaping made this an excellent choice. The cement spaces are roomy with a separate spot on the side for your car and are separated by lush grass and small shade trees. The park host is pleasant and very accommodating. We would definitely return: who wouldn't? We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects monthly rate. This is a Franklin County RV Park with friendly and helpful manager on-site, office open morning hours M-F, sites are concrete pads with asphalt interior roads, pull-thru sites are back-to-back sites (as seen on web-site), self-registration when office is closed, and does look like web-site. We have an air card, so can't speak of WiFi,located near stores (Wal-mart,local grocery, as well Lowe's), medical clinics, vet clinics,banking, sports events, etc. Across the street is a playground for children. Campers are friendly and yes, there appears to be several long-term RV'rs here. This is a Franklin County operated RV park with Park host on site. TRAC stands for Trade, Recreation, Agriculture, Convention Center - which means this is a Convention Center surrounded with local softball team's baseball field, as well as local sports fields such as soccer and baseball. Just a note that this area is growing very fast, so quite nights are not as quiet as 3 years ago. This is our 'home base' when we return each year for family events, yearly medical, etc... We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were here for a meeting and reserved several months ago. We were given a back in site on the concrete with plug, water and sewer and other units within 8 feet of us on both sides. The grass sites looked better. I would not stay here again. Another park is about 12 miles from here in Burbank: much nicer and cheaper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly, long-term camp hosts. Maintenance done by Franklin County inmates. Narrow cement site with grass next to it. Had to walk in wet grass. Noisy during weekend horse events on one side and a single baseball stadium on the other. Only one poor quality shower and small laundry facility. Mostly monthly rentals. Price nightly is monthly divided by 30. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice sites with paved pad but the grass was about 6 inches long. The restrooms were some of the worst I have seen in a long time. The showers were filthy. It appears the Hockey players and Horse people trashed the bathrooms. Would not recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects monthly rate. This is a Franklin County operated RV park therefore hard to evaluate after only two days. Park host on site, easy late arrival with reservations made by phone several weeks ago with a credit card, pull thrus are really back to back with two rows of back ins, concrete sites, and looks like web-site. We have an air card, so can't speak of Wi-Fi, office open M-F, located near stores, medical, banks, and sports events. Haven't seen any playground, therefore, can't say if it is children friendly although there are families here. For being next to busy sports arenas and fields, so far have experienced quietness which didn't expect - weekend is coming. Campers are friendly and yes, there appears to be several long-term RV'rs here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very neat and clean but sites are too narrow with too much grass. The grass was watered excessively, soaked everything around. I couldn't walk around my open slides without walking through the grass. Wi-Fi worked good in the evening and not at all in the morning. They don't answer the phone on weekends so don't bother to call for reservations. There are no pull through sites, all back-in unless you are lucky enough (like I was) to have two back-to-back sites which you can pull through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Brand new facility opened in 2004. Amazing complex of baseball diamonds, convention center, soccer fields, etc -- hence call the Tri Cities Activities Center. Everything was quiet while we were there. Small trees, nice lawn... BUT their sprinkler system leaves a lot to be desired. The overspray is tremendous. Would you believe that hard water spots were found four feet up the side of our new coach and its slideouts!!!! Except for that, it is a nice park. Park quite empty when we arrived and departed. Back to back sites down the center. If the other end of the "paired" sites is not occupied, then you can pull through. This park would get an eight if they would redesign their sprinkers to spray away from the RV pads with low profile sprinkler heads. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the loveliest Corp of Engineers parks I have stayed in. The area is hilly with many trees. The park is very well maintained with sprinklers being used very frequently. The grounds are kept mowed, giving it a garden-like feel. I was puzzled why the site don't have water, yet the entire park has underground sprinklers. The staff is friendly and very efficient. The only problem I had with the park is their policy of not letting you enter the park, on your day of arrival, any earlier than 3:00 pm, regardless of whether your assigned site was available or not. The result of the policy is that, at 3:00 pm, and entire line of RV's arrived, all at one time. We stayed there 5 nights, and moved twice (to get a better site). This meant we had to vacate our site at 11:00 am, then leave the park and get back in line for the 3:00 pm check-in! After some discussion, and a reprimand from the Ranger, we were allowed to be the exception. It's the best COE park I've been in. They just need to be a little more realistic and flexible with their check-in policy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Lots of people but they were quiet. Lots of space between sites. Good ATT. Could not get satellite from our site but many others could. Only problem was not being allowed in prior to 2:00 PM. We arrived @ 1:15 and had to wait in a parking lot and it was HOT. We would camp here again. Rate reflects Golden Age Pass. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice Army Corp park. We had a very nice site right next to the Snake river. Nice big sites. Our rate was during the week with a senior pass. We would definitely stay here again. Host very friendly and helpful. Fills up on the weekends, but on this Thursday night several empty sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Loved this park. Every space in it is beautiful with nice views. Lots of big trees for shade and a lovely river flowing past. There is a roped off area for swimming, and dogs love it too as we saw many swimming outside the roped off area. But be aware that there is no water and no sewer. They do have service to fill your water tank, and there is also a pump out. We were in our 38 foot 5th Wheel and it really was too close for us. I would not go back for that reason, but the tenters and those with smaller rigs do just fine. The woman at the gate greeted us in a very military fashion, listing off the rules and making us wait until exactly 2 pm before we could check in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean, beautiful park with clean restrooms and showers. Stayed just one night in our 23' Navion in site 27 which is also handicap accessible site. Playground for kids was less than 50' from our site, as was restroom. This is an Army Corps of Engineers campground with a limited open season, but it is really lovely and right by the riverfront. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful large sites well shaded by beautiful trees. Very green because it is right on the Snake River. Easy water access for swimming or boating. Some traffic noise but not too intrusive. We have an America the Beautiful pass so the rate was $10 and then they have a midweek special of half off so we paid $5 total for 4 people for one night. Two in our camper and two in a tent. A great value. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park off a main highway and right on Lake Wallula. Campground has direct lake access. Sites are paved and fairly level. There are lots of shade trees (forget satellite TV for most spots) and green grass all around. Two camp hosts are available for assistance and half the sites are reservable. There is a boat launch and the location is great for swimming and personal watercraft. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Army Corp of Engineer site offers half price ($11) camping during the week, $22 on the weekends for electric only hookups. The park had beautiful shade trees and large sites. There is a nice beach and playgrounds, a very family friendly site. The hosts were very helpful. We stayed here a week and would certainly return to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with lots of grass, very large pull-through sites for big rigs and great for tenting. Power only, so fill up and dump prior to coming in. We would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We LOVE staying at Hood Park. We consider this our "home" campground since it is only 45 minutes from our house. Great for the quick weekend getaway. The park is a beautiful, shady oasis in the middle of the eastern Washington desert climate. Has a nice big playground area for the kids, swimming area on the Snake river, and friendly park staff. We've camped here 3 times already this summer and we'll be back. We camped here in a Tent.
A very green and shady park with large sites spaced well apart. Each site is equipped with a table and fire ring. The campground has a dump station, boat ramp,horseshoe pits, basketball court, playground, nature trails and swimming area. We only did an overnight at this location and wished we could have spent many more days. Lawn areas are mowed and watered on a regular basis which might require tents to be moved. Gave overall rating of 9 instead of 10 only because lack of water and sewer hookups. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A gorgeous park. Electric hookups only, at least at our site. No sewer, no water, no TV, no Wi-Fi...no problem as long as you know going in. It really is beautiful, right on the Snake River and features a swimming beach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hood Park , run by Army Corps of Engineers. Wow! It is the best campground we've ever stayed at. Beautiful green grass, playground, very clean bathrooms/showers (no privacy for the change room area but showers did have doors) Very well kept! Great lake to boat in with beach swimming area too. Lots of shade trees around most of the sites. Campers can visibly see each other very easily but lots of physical space between sites. For the price, it's a great campground! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is an OK park for an overnight stay. Sites are clean and neatly laid out. There is a pleasant park for kids and a nice fenced-in area for dogs. There were many residents, but the park was nicely maintained. Pull-through sites were short for a 42-foot RV and tow car. We unhooked the car and were OK. We were led to the site. The one negative with this park is the road noise from I-182. Numerous stores and restaurants are one exit away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Amenities are strong point. Lots of long term tenants - too many. Kind of creeped us out. Lots of loud road noise because located adjacent to freeway. Was OK for a night if you know what to expect. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been very critical of KOA recently so it is refreshing to at last stay in one that is good value and gave good service. we were shown to our site there was trash collection from site they had a pool and fitness centre, cable and good wifi, and all for a reasonable price. It was easy on/off from the I-182 and there was some road noise but not that bad. Staff at check in was very friendly and helpful. There seemed to be several long term sites but they were tidy, which is unusual. Tarmac roads, gravel sites with grass and picnic table at the side. We certainly recommend a stay here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a better KOA with all the amenities and four nice extras. It has a small indoor pool and a hot tub open year round, 24 hour fully equipped exercise room, and it has both a big dog and a separate small dog fenced play areas. The short term stay area was almost empty due it being fall season. We talked to a longer term resident who reported a monthly fee of $400. They seem to be strict about newer RVs and keeping the lots clean and uncluttered with longer term residents. Our lot was a nice wide, level, hard packed gravel with a grass area and picnic table. Staff were all friendly and extra helpful. It is close to an interstate, but we weren't bothered by noise. The internet works fine, a bit slow once you get in. But it was one of those flakey ones where you have to connect and then log in on a pop up browser window. It was inordinately difficult to connect our Macs. We kept getting connection errors and we had to be really persistent and try multiple times with several different repeaters before the window would finally appear. No connection worked the same way twice. They also force you to log in with your site number meaning they could potentially monitor on line usage and information by site. The internet is why I didn't give the place a 10/10. We would stay here again though. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There may be 185 sites here but 90 percent of them are long term residents. We even saw school kids coming home from school, amazing. The overnight sites are poorly maintained concrete runners for the tires. They are extremely unlevel and cracked. We had to use a board on the driver's side to get level. The site was not long enough for us to stay hooked to our truck (37 foot fifth wheel). We were told we could park the truck on a gravel parking area next to our unit. When we put out our 3 slides we could not park our truck there or we couldn't open the doors to the vehicle because of the neighboring electric and water services. The interstate road noise is awful and can be heard even with our air conditioning on. We would not stay here again ever. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice KOA. Previous reviews described it well. But I must ditto the concern for the highway noise. We travel for 6 months every year and can not remember ever being unable to sleep due to highway noise. To this point, we will find another park when in this area again. A shame. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice clean park with paved roads, cement curbs and a combination of concrete and gravel sites, all of which are nice and level. The lady who handled my check in was very pleasant. The gentleman who led me to my space really went the extra mile by guiding me into a rather tight spot and then he came back and very neatly pruned a tree so as to not to interfere with my slide. This was especially noteworthy given the fact that it was 99 degrees out at the time he did it. We were just passing through, but we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based upon reviews that others have submitted, I almost passed on this park. I would have give this park a 10 except that they way I pulled onto the my space, my coach would not automatically level. Otherwise it was a nice experience. I will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a great stay here at the Tri-Cities KOA. It's very clean and has GREAT a staff. When getting in at closing time, the front deck staff informed us that at 6:00pm that night they were having dinner at the club house: come and join in. We thought that more than likely it would be hot dogs but no, not at this first class RV park. It was a 5 star dinner. GREAT place! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have stayed here several times. The freeway noise has always been an issue, but you put up with it since the $250 a month rate is nice,. No shade trees at all, and staff are friendly. The issue is that this is far from a $38 a night park, and now they have raised the monthly rate to $400. Since KOA took over, this place has gone downhill fast. They take in a lot of low grade full timers now which fills the monthly spots up. As said, have stayed here 4 times prior, but it is now a place to avoid completely. There are two other places to stay that are a lot nicer, cheaper, and a whole lot quieter. Such a shame to see the downfall of this place since it became a KOA. It looks like they will take in any deadbeat full time squatter as long as they get their money. Sad. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
50 yards from a busy interstate in town. Very noisy. Staff very nice, helpful. Manager great. Back in sites for monthly, pull throughs for short timers. Near shopping, hospital, etc. Good for one night while traveling but not longer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been camping for near 15 years and this is one of the cleanest we have stayed at. The staff will lead you to your site and watch as you pull in and shows where all the hookups are just in case your a new camper. From the time we pulled in to the time we left the staff made us a part of the family. Wish all our camping times was as nice. Few to many long term campers but all the sites are clean and neat we felt very safe will out for our nightly walk. Thanks, Pasco KOA. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was very clean; staff was very friendly and helpful. They escort you to your site and even pick up your garbage for you in the morning. We stayed here about a year ago, and they have since hired new management that has really made good changes in the park. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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This was the worst park we ever visited. The office staff was rude, fighting amongst themselves while customers where standing around waiting. They could not use the computers. The Wi-Fi was not working on three separate occasions, leaving the office staff unable to check you in. The office staff could not answer questions, they could not use a fax, they just were incompetent. To me it was not a family friendly park, although I did not have children, I would not have brought them to this park, with the drinking and loud parties at night in the back of the park. No playground, pool hours short, club house locked up. The bathrooms were filthy, papers, overflowing toilets, dirty unclean toilets, grub and crap on bottom of toilets and behind toilets, green and black mold growing in bathrooms, on grout and walls, showers just as bad. They do not have cable, just DirecTV, which is usually great but was not working great for us and only had a few channels, not many. Over all, this was a leave it and never return park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice Resort. Showers very clean. Staff was very friendly. The sites were a bit small, but level. Easy access to Freeway, but noisy at night. It is a nice place to stay for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here a few nights, and it was so bad we left early. It's located right next to a very busy freeway. There are no trees for shade, and the bathrooms were disgusting. Most of the spots were empty, and now I know why. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park has very small spaces, and it was hard to BACK out of our pull-through site (with our 36-ft coach) in order to leave. The location is convenient to freeway with minimal noise at night. The spaces are paved and level, with parking for the toad on gravel next to concrete pad. There is a high percentage of permanent residents, but the park is maintained fairly well. We definitely would stay again when visiting the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Conveniently located and the staff was very pleasant and helpful. The restrooms, showers and laundry room were clean and the machines worked well. No shaded area. The pads were centered with gravel and the levelers were partially on concrete and gravel. Roadways were wide accommodating large motorhomes. All the sites were level. The hookups and sewer drainage were conveniently located. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean Park, but daily rate is high for what is available, $38 a day, they do not offer a weekly rate, but a monthly rate is $250, if you take that rate, they put you next to the freeway which is only about 35 feet away and VERY noisy. Seems to be a rip off to have to pay $38 a day for an interior spot. People are friendly, a lot of low income full time family's living there. We have stayed here several times, but with the current fee schedule, will look elsewhere. This is Pasco, the worst of the three cities in the area. I have paid a lot less for a much better RV park, but if nothing else is available, it will do for a short time, but bring ear plugs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed a night here. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helped with a vehicle problem. We used the pool and showers and found them clean and nice. Managers are very familiar with the area and provided great references. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We overnighted here and above rate is a guess. This is a super nice park with paved interior roads and pads that are nicely spaced however they have joined KOA. They will give Good Sam discounts through the end of the year. There are small children riding through the place on bicycles and my husband saw one narrow miss times 2. Be aware of this if you stop here. The noise from the nearby freeway is a constant roar so be prepared. They do have a indoor swimming pool and lots of helpers in the office. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked very well for us. I doubt we would ever go back here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is now a KOA. We were pleased with the clean and paved sites. We were not pleased with the limited dog walk areas and that we ended up having to disconnect to fit into the short tight site, despite assurance we would not have a problem. Our neighbors had the same problem. They direct you to a parking lot for storage RV's as a dog walk! Don't recall the exact rate, guessed at $30. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was recently converted to KOA. Staff very friendly and helpful. Small dog run being enlarged. Sites rather small/close together. Good concrete,paved pads and streets. Picnic tables on small grassy areas. Stayed here in Motorhome. Would stay again if in area for overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Many upgrades in the past few months including 5 mph speed signs for safety, road striping, concrete strips repaired/replaced, good security lighting, and clubhouse open until 8 pm daily. The family aspect of this park makes for a "neighborhood" atmosphere whereby people look out for one another. Staff are friendly and helpful, including assisting guests with minor problems. Less than 2 miles from a shopping mall including grocery store, Wal-Mart, restaurants, fast foods, etc. RV sales/service center just up the street. A clean and safe RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice, clean park. Sites have concrete strips to park on. Some are level, others are not very level. Some of the concrete is broken and crumbled. Streets are asphalt. Some are narrow, others are wider. It can be rather difficult getting a big rig into a site on the narrow streets. There are small trees, but no real shade. The park has good electricity. The temperature was 108 degrees and the voltage did not drop. All sites get highway noise, some more than others. Ask for a site as far away from the highway as possible. The office staff was nice and helpful. The park has easy access from I-182. It is centrally located near shopping, restaurants and services. 75% of the sites are designated as long term, leaving only 42 sites for overnighters and short term stays. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 31 days. I rate this RV park a 4. The road noise is really bad. I stayed as far as I could from the road The workampers could do a little more like pull the weeds in the sites. It was hard to back in to our site. There were so many cars parked on the road I could not back our 5ver in. The road to get to the over night spots is VERY NARROW. The kids play area is run down and no water on the grass. The horse shoe pits are full of tack weeds. Not many people pick up after their dogs. But all that said we had a very nice stay and the folks around us were very nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Somewhat urban setting with heavy traffic noise. But, it's a nice clean park that has a pool and playground for the kids. Friendly staff, clean bathrooms. We felt safe there. We were there 2 nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with what others have reported. The pads are narrow with concrete on 3 foot wide paths with gravel in the center. You will need to unhook your toad to get into the pull-thrus. I was originally assigned pad 25 but the tree on the drivers side would have prevented me from putting out that slide. I was moved to pad 24. Lots of permanent residents. Park is clean and staff is nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed on the monthly rate. Excellent park for full-timers with everything you could want there and nearby. Pool, hot tub, showers, wifi, clubhouse great! Food great! Very friendly folks who encourage joining in. Well lighted storage areas. RV repair place outside gate came to site to start repairs and had a free barbeque for all. Lots of freeway noise the only downside. Stayed there about 6 months and would definitely stay long-term again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I am giving this park an eight due to change in management . It would get a nine if it wasn't for the traffic noise. We stayed 3+ months due to an off-site job, therefore we were able to "get used" to the vehicle noise both in front from freeway and in rear from housing development. Although a major shopping area less than 2 miles away, there is also the freeway and housing development within that same mileage. The park staff is very friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is one of "neighbors" and in the clubhouse are Wednesday evening suppers and Saturday morning breakfasts for a nominal fee which gives everyone a chance to meet everyone in the park. There is plenty of hot water for showers, and the indoor pool is both adult and kid friendly. The hot tub is great for those sore muscles. Just up the street within an easy walk is an RV dealer with a parts/rv supplies store, and they came into the park one afternoon to do the dometic recalls for those who had previously signed up for the recall work. The RV storage area plus the storage facility with large and small units are bonuses. For those of us who call the TriCities home, this gives us a home base plus a storage unit. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was a pleasant surprise. The sites are nicely spaced and the park is extremely clean and big-rig friendly. The staff was quite friendly and helpful. Since it is located just off the freeway, you may want to be careful about accepting a site on that side of the park. We were in the middle section and weren't bothered by freeway noise at night, although we could hear vehicles going by during the day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice RV Park, friendly management, location is convenient to all the stuff inn the Tri-Cities, indoor pool, nice "club room", clean restrooms/showers, great playground for children, and mostly level concrete pads with grass all around. Only negative is it sits adjacent to I-182 which is a busy freeway. Suggest you run your a/c or a/c fan 24/7 to drown out the traffic noise. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a clean and well organized park. However, the freeway located next to the park was so loud that even with running the ac all night long, we could still hear the traffic, especially the trucks. We would not come here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our kids loved the indoor swimming pool. The staff was extremely friendly and were happy to accommodate our request for a late check-out. This park is right next to the freeway, and the traffic can definitely be heard in the park. The park was very clean and maintained well. However, the spaces were tight and the access roads were more narrow than most parks we have stayed at recently. We stayed here one night as a "stop-over" on a trip south. Overall, this is a nice RV park, but not a lot of frills (other than the swimming pool). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Being a computer buff I liked the fact that there is WiFi available. The park is very clean and well maintained. It is easy to find and access. It is close but not too close to good dining and recreation. The Managers were very pleasant. That said, I would not stay there again. Aside from the fact that it was HOT, the park is next to the freeway. Not only that, the freeway is actually slightly above the park level and it is a major truck freeway. The traffic noise is so bad that I could not hear what was being said across the picnic table; further, it was difficult to sleep at night because of the traffic noise. This park, through no fault of the owners is on my "do not return" list." We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paved narrow roads make parking big rigs difficult, narrow sites, many back to back. Adjacent to Interstate and very very noisy. Park adds sur-charge of $3.43 per day; unfortunately, management says it is a state sur-charge and it isn't. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, clean facilities and easy access from freeway. Big grocery store, RV supply store and repair facility are nearby if needed. This is an OK overnight stop, but the park is located right beside a busy freeway so road noise is a problem. They advertise as having pull through sites for big rigs, but if you drive 40' motorhome, towing a car, I suggest you should drive a 10' long car! Otherwise, you will unhitch as we did an park it beside (not behind) your motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level paved spots not on top of each other. Close to freeway without the noise. Staff was
nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Very friendly RV Park. Office has lots of information for visitors. Local maps, and they will break their neck helping you out. We stayed 3 days and enjoyed it. It is a new RV Park and landscaped beautifully. They did have a couple of tenters in that were traveling by motorcycle. They have the usual rules to
follow. Spotlessly clean. Close to shopping and highway. Easy access to it. Will stay whenever we go thru on Interstate 182 in Washington. Fabulous pool. We camped here in a camper.