We've been coming here for 25 years and have up to 40 people in our group, so are a little jaded, and tend to overlook the fact that the place is getting a little run down due to aging owners. It is one of the very few places you can park your RV within feet of the waters edge. Nightly fees are very reasonable. The restrooms arent in the best condition, but if you gotta go, they work! Our kids grew up coming here, and now have their own RVs and still keep coming. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have been coming here for over 35 years now and have seen this "resort" deteriorate quite a bit. It is no longer the gem it once was. The docks are in poor shape, the boat launch is narrow with no dock and lots of weeds. The small bridge over the creek that once was the entry to the campground is now not capable of holding big RVs so a alternate entry was made through a field which is gravel but a bit rough. The park lacks the amenities that many people want but of which are of no use to us such as pools, playgrounds for the kids, etc. We use our own shower and bathroom and don't down grade a park because of theirs. What this park offers is friendly folks and huge sites that accommodate our 37' motorhome and our car and our bass boat all in one site with plenty of room to spare and all for one fee. There just isn't anywhere else on this lake (or many others for that matter) that will allow that for this price. For those reasons we put up with the old docks and continue to use this as our base when fishing the lake. We do wish that someone could infuse some money into this old favorite to bring it up to par. One note: we have always had 30amp power here, so don't know why the last reviewer said it only has 20amp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a family oriented campground, with tent villages and grouped RVs. Dogs were often on invisible "off leash" despite the rules. The goose droppings problem has not improved from former reviews. Docks were overgrown with grass, rotten, and dangerous to walk on for lack of maintenance. The restrooms and showers were so dirty we did not use them. Electric power was only 20 amps so we had to turn off the AC in order to use the microwave, etc. The only plus for this park was that it was on a lake with a pretty view. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located 8 mi north of Republic on the west side of Curlew Lake. 60 sites are pull through, 32 sites on the water. Sites are very large and grassy with easy access for large rigs with tipouts. During off peak times the owner let my friend and I park my tow vehicle pluss my friends Jeep & boat trailer at the site with lots of room to spare and no extra charge. Setting is beautiful and one of my favorite unknown places in Washington to visit. The lake is known for excellent trout fishing. Small and largemouth bass are also in the lake. Take a small boat through the cut in the south end of the lake to Roberta Lake to find some great bass fishing!! Owners are friendly and helpful if not a little slow at times. Boat and motor rentals are available. They have a volleyball area, horseshoe pits, tether ball, swings, etc. There are 2 docks for small boat moorage close to the camp sites. They have had problems with Geese and their associated mess. It is an ongoing battle and they do their best. If the campground is empty don't be surprised if the owner asks you to let your dog off the leash to chase the geese back into the lake! Nice people, great setting, excellent fishing keep us coming back year after year (for 25 years now). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a a wonderful little campground with fairly large spurs. It is listed under Coleville National Forest and is about 27 miles East of Republic. We're 35' and fit (site # 6) just fine and were able to T bone the jeep in front of the coach. You can hear traffic during the day but by 9pm we found it to be quiet so you can get a good nights sleep. There are huckleberries everywhere in this campground. We picked enough to make a sweetened puree to go on our pancakes the next morning. On the opposite side of the loop from the pay station is a small creek with lush vegetation. We didn't see a trash dumpster or a water spigot which didn't matter since we just needed a place to spend the night. We would stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was surprised to see that I was the last - and only one - to have reviewed this park. I've downgraded my rating a bit since the last time we were there though. The region suffered a huge windstorm awhile ago and many large trees that provided much needed shade were felled by the event. Now most of the sites are in direct sun which can make for a hot stay in this part of Washington state. I don't know if the layout of the park has changed from the last time we were there but this time I noticed that a lot of the sites are little more than a gravel pad with a picnic table and they are quite close to one another so that you have absolutely no privacy from your neighbor. These sites do have full or partial hook-ups however. In order to have some shade we stayed in the loop without any hook-ups and found it to be quiet, cool and peaceful. Each evening deer browsed on the grassy area in the center of the loop. The best sites are for those in tents and they are situated on grassy knolls with views of Curlew Lake. We would stay here again because the lake is pretty and there aren't a lot of other options in this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a delightful State Park in northeastern Washington. The campsites are spread out through a grassy area above the lake and are spaced far enough apart that you don't feel crowded. Our site was a nice pull through with shade - good to have in summer in eastern Washington! The walk-in tent sites looked really nice as they are well dispersed on the grassy slopes above the lake with many of them having direct access to the lake and beautiful views. There is a nice nature trail that winds among the hills and past a little pond and marsh area. The park seems little known and was not very crowded at all. There is reportedly good fishing for rainbow trout in early summer. The park is open April through September. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We hit this campground on the perfect weekend. We were almost the only people there and virtually had the sandy beach area and the lower end of the campground with it's own dock all to ourselves! It was fabulous! Good sized lake and great spot to go if you have kids. Our kids played in the sandy area all day, the husbands fished, wives could sit in the sun and keep an eye on everyone. The playground is up the hill a bit and can't be seen very well from the campsites, but the kids mainly enjoyed playing by the water. They said they had wi-fi available, but it wasn't working that weekend, at least we couldn't connect. Boating docks available and lighted dock for night time fishing. This park also has cabins and every spot gets a water view! My husband had quite a time getting the sewer pipe to unload, they were up pretty high, but maybe in another spot it would have been easier. Not sure. They have a little snack store and ice for sale. State park is across the water. Would definitely go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We made reservation for two nights for at the $15.50 per night Passport America rate. The park has nice blacktop pads and grass, but I was told they had Wi-Fi, but it is not strong enough to connect in the back of the park. Also, they have many nice sites with grass, but we were put in the back of the park on a side by side site that was put in backwards (I mean our awning and door side faces the next camper and is only about 6 feet between me and the next camper and it is all blacktop and no grass--very narrow). Our extended slide is on the white line on the blacktop that marks the border for the next campsite, which is also on blacktop. We cannot put out our awnings nor do we have any place to sit outside. If you stay here, request a no side-by-side site in the front of the park. You also need to be close to the front for Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Efficient and welcoming on arrival. This RV park is immaculate and we were very comfortable. When we needed help, we received it instantly. The facilities include the use of a gas grill in the gazebo which was a nice touch. The showers require coins. The park was very quiet, thankfully. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Winchester RV Park is a very friendly and well kept park. The staff is very professional, the sites well maintained, and the grounds immaculate. We didn't use the showers/restroom facilities since we have full hookups, but we did use the laundry. The laundry room was very clean and they had big machines at a reasonable rate. Access to the local "Rails to Trails" project is within walking distance. We were so relaxed there we stayed an extra night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly host and hostess. Everything was neat and very clean. We came for one night, stayed a full week. Beautifully manicured lawns on huge sites. Great gazebo with free usage of propane grills. Communal firepit with wood supplied by the host. Great base for exploring the area, fishing, hunting, fossil digging,relaxing. Very quiet. We'll be returning this September. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We just concluded our 5th summer in this peaceful beautiful place. The previous reviews say it all, we're fulltime snowbirds and it was time to begin the migration south but we can't wait to return next spring. This is a great park and town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful quiet setting with friendly helpful folks in charge. Sites and facilities are meticulously maintained. I got weak WiFi from my site. They are planning on putting in a stronger antenna. WiFi was good at the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the cleanest, most well cared for parks we have stayed at. Owners were very friendly and helpful. The lawns were well manicured and the large gazebo contained 4 clean barbecues for the guests to use. It was very quiet and we will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Note the name change from Miller's to Winchester RV Park & Campground. This will be our 4th summer in this beautiful park. The new owners have maintained and improved all of the park facilities. Verizon cell service is strong and internet access is available in the park office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We almost didn't stay here and we're so glad we did! The owners are very friendly and run an immaculate campground. The bathrooms could not be cleaner! This is a lovely, quiet rural spot. Once you've stayed here you'll come back again and again. The only down sides are that the spaces are close and there's no wifi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with very nice owners. The "cable" is one station, probably received by antenna then distributed to the sites. The sites were level and wide enough for easy parking. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Traveling across Northern Washington on Highway 20, just skirting the Canadian border, we found this great little campground just off the route to Republic (on Highway 21). The owners keep it immaculate, and were very friendly and glad to see us. The folks in the park were friendly too, and glad to let us in on their little secret – a quite campground off the beaten path. Don’t look for TV or Wifi if you come here, but if you will suffer withdrawal then bring your dish. Loved it and the people. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd visit. Last year we planed to stay 1 week and stayed 6. This year we plan to stay 2 months. The park has changed owners but it's still the same quite, peaceful, beautiful place it was last year. The $9.00 rate is based on the monthly $270 + Elctric. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Republic, Washington is in a remote valley just south of the Canadian border. Miller's RV Park has no hot tub, swimming pool, water slides or other distractions. This beautifully manicured park is a great place for adults who want some peace and quiet. The sites are spacious and level. The paved pads are surrounded by lawns that look like golf greens and Golden Willows. The nearby town of Republic (population less than 1,000) has a good selection of shops and stores. We originally planned to stay one week and have extended our stay for a month. The $9.00 per day rate is based on the monthly rate. We plan to return next summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.