This is not really a RV park, it is just 6 spots on someones property where they stuck some electricity. The spots are right next to the highway among some fruit trees next to a truck company. There is only one spot that can be used by a large or medium rig, one site for a small rig and the others more for a camper truck set up. Trees have grown over into the sites so you have to be real careful. There is no water, sewer, bathroom, or shower. You have 30 amp electricity. They do have a trash barrel. The spot worked for us for the night, it beat Wal-Mart. There isn't much in Pullman and Moscow for a big rig. The owner was very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The $10 rate is good, but the only commercial RV park in the Moscow area is lacking in features. It has 20 & 30 amp electric, a small garbage can and that's about it. There is no sewer, water, dump or restrooms. The West side spaces could be very dangerous, as if you pull 6 ft. forward out of your site, you are on Highway 95, a fast moving freeway! There is no fence or other barrier between you and the roadway, obviously a serious safety as well as noise issue. The East side spaces could work for an overnight stop, but dish use is impossible as it is up against a small hill. Sites are dirt/gravel and appear to be kept fairly level. There is an office in the adjoining business building, with an after hours pay slot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I liked staying here because the location is so convenient. It is very close to town and the Safeway and a few restaurants are right across the street. The park is very busy with kids playing during the day, which was nice. The full hook-up sites are extremely close to each other, but are nice and grassy. There is also the option of just electric over in the parking lot for $15 or you can boondock for free. There were some folks over in the park last night yelling at each other, but that only lasted about 10 minutes. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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The fairgrounds operates this small RV park, which offers full hookups, with 30 amp service. It has level side by side concrete pads surrounded by a tiny patch of grass. It is next to Lions Club Park, which gets heavy day usage. As the camping spots are between the parking lot and city park there will be lots of walking traffic, balls bouncing, moms yelling "don't hit the trailer etc. With a playground, field, and lots of kids around it would be a good camping spot for a family. There is a Safeway supermarket across the street from the campground and a dump station on the property. Restrooms are portal-potties. Between the park, and closeness of sites there is not much privacy for campers. The park seems to be a late night party spot for teenagers. On the first two nights I was here there was lots of shouting and yelling from the teens between midnight and 2am and vehicles driving through the fairgrounds property. I can now appreciate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here over the last weekend in March. The campground is lovely and quiet. The sites were level. There is no water at the sites; there is water available to fill your tanks at the entrance of the RV Park. We came in at dark and we missed the RV park and had to turn around, FYI as soon as you pass the headquarters of the park the entrance to the RV park in on the left. the only complaint I had was the park is huge and I still had people walk their dogs through our RV site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very cute county park 5 miles east of Moscow. The sites are level, paved, long, and come with a picnic table and grill. No showers. There is one pit toilet and tap water. The campground is on the edge of a meadow (huge playing field) with a forest behind. All was clean, well cared-for, neat, and quiet. It was a very restful spot. We were the only campers on a July weekday. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice quiet park just 5 miles from Moscow. The RV campground has 5 "official" sites, but allows overflow RV parking in the campground (although hookups are on a first come first served basis) There are also tent sites for $5. Years ago I had camped here when it was called "Robinson Lake campground" but the lake no longer exists and is now a large (54 acre) open area with picnic grounds, etc. The public sometimes uses the open area below the RV campground for baseball, walking dogs etc. during the day but it is usually fairly empty during the week. The surrounding area on the other side of the park is wooded, so great for short hikes. Sites have picnic tables, and are kept clean. Bees were a problem in the "garbage can" area (not in the campsites though) when I was there, but the rangers were proactive in putting out traps to control them. There are no showers, just toilets, which are kept clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.