Passport America for one night only is accepted. If your stay is 5 days or longer, best value is to use Good Sam. The park is centrally located for touring of wine country. It is also close to Charles Schultz museum. Spaces are comfortably sized so neighbors aren't in your face. A great value for the area.
We stayed a week and chose this location because it was centrally located to lots of places to explore. Our $28 rate reflects the 7th night free. The spaces were a little on the close side for our taste. Otherwise, a nice little park.
We stayed for a week at this forest service C.G. and enjoyed every minute! It's true that it is 1-1/2 miles on a gravel road to the entrance from the paved highway but it was worth the slow, sometimes bumpy ride. There are good vault toilets on both sides of the loop campground with water risers at the quarter points. The site locations have varying shade and sun exposures. However, the area is not so heavily wooded that one feels closed in. There is a 1-1/2 mile trail along the Williamson River that connects with Collier Memorial State Park.
The positive points outlined by the other reviews are accurate based on our visit to this little jewel of a park. There are only 2 negatives. There are no bathrooms or showers in the park and there are train tracks fairly close by the park. Trains ran infrequently during our stay and didn't present a problem. But for $26, this park is still an excellent value!
We stayed only one night. We stayed at what is call the "overflow" park named Quarry Pond. This location was an older park that was purchased by the state to accommodate first come first served campers. It is located on the opposite side of the highway from Deception Pass State Park which is available only for reservations. Quarry Pond is an old park and located at the intersection of 2 roads. Traffic noise levels are not too bad considering the closeness of the streets. There is no dump station at Quarry Pond. You must tow to Deception Pass State Park for dumping. Overall, thought it a bit pricey.
This is a delightful RV park located on the bank of the Columbia River just below the Chief Joseph Dam. Hard surfaced pull through with grass on both sides of the 35'wide spaces. 8 spaces are 55' and 12 spaces are 45'. Seniors with Golden Age Pass will pay $15 per night. Each space has a metal table and grill. There is even a small inlet cove from the Columbia River to swim if desired.