We visited this park in mid-summer and found it to be the most charming and well kept park we've ever stayed at. The work campers are helpful and very friendly, constantly caring for the grounds as well as keeping the restrooms, showers and clubhouse immaculate. On weekend mornings a continental breakfast is served that was second to none. The park is small enough to be friendly and get to know your neighbors at evening camp fires. The sites are adequate for big rigs. There are lawns and picnic tables between each site. It is situated in a perfect location within easy walking distance to parks, downtown shopping areas, bike trails, restaurants as well as public transportation. There is no street or highway noise although the park is just minutes off Highway 101. We were at the park at the time of the "Parvo incident" and personally observed the camp hosts scrub the sites with bleach, spray the grounds with disinfectant and notify other dog owners of the situation. We will return to this park whenever we are in Washington. Be sure to make advance reservations, the park is very popular, especially during the summer months.
Skookum Rendezvous is a "Planned Community" with lots for sale. Lovely setting with mountain and river views. The clubhouse is gorgeous, as is the indoor heated pool with sauna. Lots of places to walk but the Pend Orielle River is not swimmable at this time due to some sort of algae at their beach site. Sites are big enough for the largest rigs and in time there will be hundreds of sites, all with their own personal landscaping touches. Fun planned activities, there will be a golf course in time. We were invited to stay a week for free to visit the Park with the hope of selling us a lot. No sales pitch, nice managers and owners. We will return.
Rated "Spokane's Premier RV Resort", but I wonder when that rating was done. The sites are so overgrown with vegetation we could not extend our slides or get access to our bays for the water hose. The sites were long enough for a big rig with a tow, but obviously built when RVs had no slides. Too bad, there is so much potential here. We stayed only one night since we couldn't hook up to water or sewer. Cut back the greenery, clean off the pads, widen the spaces and get rid of some of the messy, obviously permanent rigs that need to be hauled away and it would be a "Premier RV Resort."