This is an outstanding park. The spacing between sites is excellent, and many even have privacy fencing between adjacent sites. The WiFi works well. I was in space 41 on the outer edge and could stream Netflix on my iPad during the evening! Nearby is a terrific Columbia River swimming cove (part of the public park) with a sandy beach and children's play area. The RV section also has a play area. The neighbors were quiet. Many sites have trees that give shade during at least part of the day. Trains do travel nearby during all times of the day and night. You can easily hear them in a tent trailer. That may not be true in a TT or motor home. The town of Boardman is nothing special. Come to this park to relax, enjoy the river access and do nothing.
This is an okay park. It's in a Very popular area (between Yellowstone and Grand Teton) and frankly that means the place abounds with rude yahoos who don't know how to shut their kids up after 10pm. Or, they are starting up their noisy diesel TV at 5am. They are a minority, but a noisy one. The spacing is moderate, the utilities are excellent, the sites are gravel, and mostly level. The pine trees provide a moderate amount of shade for most sites. The roadways are dusty and a bit rough. If you want to explore the two national parks from one campground, this is a good place, but don't expect quiet wilderness or respectful neighbors. And it certainly won't be cheap. I found the convenience store to be poorly stocked. My chief complaint? All they stock is beer. Not a single bottle of wine. And - no diapers.
This is one of my favorite state parks. The sites are widely spaced. Many have a couple trees between them that provide partial shade. Grassy areas are huge. Only a few sites actually have river views. But, there is an extensive trail network in the park, a swimming beach, playgrounds, climbing toys, and lots of room for biking. The park is surrounded by light industrial land (warehouses, businesses) and trains can be heard in the distance. I like that this park is semi-isolated, very big, and yet very close to Wenatchee, mountain hiking, wetlands, and Rocky Reach Dam (which has a cool museum and self-guided tours). The park is very popular and it can get very hot during summer. Staff is friendly, but due to budget cuts, they aren't very present. Our neighbors were very quiet even though the park was nearly full. I would happily stay here again.
This is a nice clean RV park. Ennis is a very pretty Montana town - good for a stroll and a meal in the heart of the town just a couple miles south of the RV park. I disagree that shaded sites are available here. Each site has one small to moderate size tree. They give no significant shade. The park is mostly open space. The grass is green and well watered. The sites are moderately spaced. WiFi is available, but doesn't work consistently. We stayed here 2 nights, and the WiFi stopped working both evenings after no one was left in the office to reset the router. WiFi coverage was spotty at best in our site (4) on the outer edge of the campground. This campground is best for retired folks or people without kids. No playground or other kid friendly features. Some kids did ride their bikes. The staff was very friendly. I would stay here again if it was a brief stop.
I asked for a shady spot because it was hot and my popup doesn't have AC. We got a perfect spot. The WiFi is slow and works only when close to the main building. The sites are mostly level and the spacing is moderate. The staff is very friendly. This KOA has a small pool, of which we took full advantage. The town of Arco isn't much. A couple diners, a couple gas stations and a small grocery. The main attraction is Craters of the Moon National Monument - which is about 20 minutes away. It's beautiful - in a volcanic sort of way. I'm not a big fan of KOA, but I liked this place. We had no problems with noisy neighbors.