7 Parks near Brewster, Washington
May 2013 - $32.00
This is an older city run park and not suitable for big rigs. It was near empty during our stay so we were able to maneuver into one of the pull-through spaces. The 30 amp only service sags to 105 Volts with just a light load, water pressure is OK but the sewer hookups are a bit of a challenge. Satellite TV and Internet were OK. - JScott
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Small campground with boat launch right on the Columbia River. Decent sized pull throughs, however not big enough for 45' plus tow.
Clean, obviously well managed, decent view.
Needs better 'close-in' directions to campground. If you miss the correct street it's not fun.
We'd recommend it to others. - Tucsonbenz
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is a delightful green, grassy park along the banks of the Columbia river just below the Chief Joseph dam. It is not busy when other parks are often full (unless the fishing is good, then it might be full). City park, with a host on site who is very nice and friendly. Quiet at night, except the fishermen might get up pretty early (like 3:00 am). The town doesn't have much to recommend it but the small grocery store is adequate and there are several Mexican stores that could be helpful with Mexican food you may be making. We will be sure to stop again on our way to Canada. - saturn7
Jun 2016 - $30.00
WOW. My second wow RV Park this summer. But unlike the last one, this place charges money, $30 per night for a 50 amp full hookup, paved, level, roomy pull-through site on the lower level with good WiFi. Not the best value given the area, but the lower sites sit right on the Columbia River and the view is great. Marina Park is probably the nicest part of this town along with the very nice tree carvings on the way in from 17 on 173. These carvings are very good and well worth a look.
The lower level has 6 sites, A - F. The park host has site A. Sites B - F are all very nice pull-through sites. The 'host from hell' referred to in an earlier review is no longer here. We did not even see 'rules', we just used common sense during our stay. There is a TV antenna on a nearby mountain making over-the-air TV reception exceptional. Limited selection, but we had all of the networks and several PBS types. I was more than happy with the station choices. Verizon cell and broadband both very good. WiFi was pretty strong in site B. Great little muni park for a few days of R n' R. We will stop again if we come through this area again. - Bob and Inga
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Very clean and well state park. Toxic algae levels in the lake prohibited humans or pets from swimming. There was no advance notice of this problem when we booked (just 2 days before our arrival). It was very disappointing not be able to utilize the lake in the heat of the summer. We witnessed families arrive for their reservation and immediately leave. The adjacent 9 hole golf course made our stay worthwhile. Wifi was excellent and unexpected bonus. Ice and firewood available for purchase. - RV 47
Oct 2015 - $45.00
We have always enjoyed Washington State Parks and this is another nice, clean and quiet park. However, we were shocked at the price for a late October stay. 45 bucks and no sewer hook-up along with no other amenities that you would get in a private park for less money. Apparently the state has pulled all funding forcing the parks to generate their own funds. We got tagged an extra 10 bucks because we had an extra vehicle. Too bad, I'm afraid the pricing will force many low to middle income families out of the opportunity to enjoy 'their' state parks. - americana
Oct 2014 - $35.00
I really enjoy this park. It's a desert, but the park is very green and grassy with lots of mature trees. We stayed in site 23, which isn't level. In fact seems to me none of the pull through sites on the outer edge were level. Only the back in sites in the middle of the loop were level. That's okay, we made it work. There's a good swimming beach, a boat ramp and a children's playground. Rattle snakes are common in summer, so be careful with pets and small children on the outer edges of the park. No need to be terrified, just aware. The bike paths are fantastic. Grand Coulee dam is about 40 minutes away by car. There is no cell service in the park, but a town, groceries and cell service are nearby. Interestingly, there were as many tent campers as RV campers. The folks were very friendly. - SeaTeacher
Jun 2014 - $27.00
Very nice park and well maintained in all areas. Bathrooms clean. Nice grass area for outdoor activities, yet lots of "woodsy" type sites. Great fishing and nice swimming area. - Weedmans
May 2014 - $25.00
This park got great reviews in two of our camping guide books, so we decided to give it a try, but were somewhat disappointed. On the plus side, the park is pretty, nestled along the shore of Alta Lake with some sites in the pines and some in more open, and exposed areas closer to the lake. There are three loops. Loop 1 is in the woods with a variety of site sizes. It's pretty and there is some privacy, but you have to walk a ways to the lake. Loop 3 is also in the woods and has some pretty sites, but most are very small and suitable only for tent campers. Loop 2 is more open and down near the lake with some sites being right on the shoreline. There is not much privacy in this loop and the access road is narrow with tight corners. Some of the sites here are large and some are quite small. Most of these sites would be very hot in the summer, but of course you could always cool off with a swim in the lake! This loop also has some electric/water hook-up sites in what is basically a parking lot, but if you're OK with that you would have some views of the lake. On the negative side, this park now uses Washington State Parks' new variable pricing structure with different fees for Popular, Basic ,and Economy sites which you have to sort out for yourself. Also, there is no way to know which sites are available for the night except by copying down the list of open sites posted at the unstaffed entrance station, then drive to pick out your site and then walk or drive all the way back to the entrance station to put your fee in the drop-box. Why not have a drop box in each loop? Washington State Parks are increasingly understaffed with systems that are not designed for the ease of the camper. This campground has flush toilets and coin-op showers. The showers were clean but definitely showing their age. The lake is pretty, but there are lots of summer homes lining the far shore that detracts from the natural beauty in my opinion. Fishing is good judging by the success of the folks in our neighboring campsite. - BruceandKathyWA
Sep 2013 - $22.00
After we arrived at this park, we had to go back and see if we had read the prior reviews correctly and were at the right park! There was only one loop open when we stayed here off season. The signage in the park is very confusing. In trying to check out another loop we ended up driving through the park and into a residential area. Although the arrows indicate otherwise, loops 2 and 3 are right across the entrance road from each other. If you go past the entrance to these loops you will be on a very narrow road with little space to turn around if you are towing. There are some sites with electric hookups. In loop 2, the hookup sites are in a row, with little separation, in a parking lot. Most of the non-hookup sites in this loop are very short or not level. We were lucky and were able to maneuver our smaller RV into a dry camping site with decent views. This park has a very neglected feel; it could use some TLC. The lake is small with part of it on private land with houses visible from the park. On the positive side, there were only two other campers in the park and it was nice and quiet at night. Our Verizon phone worked well and we were able to use our data plan with 3G signal. We were able to get satellite, but most sites would not. Washington has some wonderful state parks, many in this area. We would bypass this park and stay at a different state park next time. - TheJim
Apr 2016 - $44.00
What a fantastic park this is!! All the amenities one would need and spotless! Very courteous and helpful staff when booking and during check-in. Same charming, smiling lady.
Great location, beautiful views of the lake, valley and snow capped peaks in the distance. Oh and did I mention that it's dog friendly too?
The only knock on this park, hence the rating, is the price could have been somewhat lower seeing it still was off season, but oh well.
Short drive from the RV park to several wonderful wineries such as Tsillan, Karma and Nefarious, which are in close proximity to one another.
Will most definitely return off season again and again.
I can see this RV park being an absolute ZOO during the holidays, because it's that good! - Diego Stevens
May 2015 - $38.00
Convenience was objective this time. Early season, not crowded, premium site with view of lake. In town location. We biked to wine tastings, lots of sunshine. You don't have a lot of privacy. 50-50 split of site with shade or not. - NXTSTOP
Jun 2014 - $37.00
What a neat town with an RV/camping park in the middle of all the activities. Lots to do, both for the kids and parents. The waterfront provides a clean and safe area for swimming and playing in the water. The are many wineries to visit for tasting. One of the nicest find on our trip. We would stay here again. - S_CAMPY
Sep 2015 - $30.00
the review from gtogrl, Sept. 2015 pretty much said it all so this review ends up a "ditto". My only add would be that there are NO reservations. It's a first come first serve. This park is one that sets the bar for the other parks. Stayed here in a motorhome. - Sweatlife
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Beebe Bridge CG is a pleasant oasis in an otherwise dry and wide open landscape, a real gem at a great price. The CG is located on the banks of the Columbia River with easy access off Hwy 97. Many sites are riverfront and most others have some river views. The campground is grassy with lots of shade trees. The sites are level and well-spaced with many pull-throughs. There are free showers in well-maintained restrooms and a sani-dump. There is also a huge day use area and a boat launch. The only negative is that there is road noise, but it got pretty quiet at night and did not bother us. - gtogrl
Jun 2015 - $28.00
We stayed at the Beebe Bridge state park for 7 days in our 40' RV. It is a first come first serve park with a kiosk for booking spots. It was a busy weekend so spots were hard to find especially those with waterfront spaces. There are a few pull through loops but mostly back ends which we had. It was still close to the water so it worked out. The problem is that there are people driving around looking for a spot so if you find one, park and then go pay at the kiosk or your space may be gone. There are a lot of tenter's at this park so be prepared for anything and everything and people wondering through your camp as well as screaming kids. The tenter's have a tendency of not knowing camping etiquette so be ready for that. The utilities were in the right place and they all worked fine. The park sprinklers come on at all hours of the day so make sure you don't leave something out that you don't want soaked. Our satellite worked fine as did our Verizon hot spot. The river is fun if you have a boat other than that fishing is a waists of time and swimming is only allowed in the main area of the park and not in camp. We would not stay at this park again only because of the kind of people who come here. No respect and too many screaming kids with no supervision. - SteelHorseRider
Aug 2015 - $15.00
Clean park, old school. all hook ups. grass, showers and bathrooms functional and clean. Camp hosts friendly and helpful. level spot. very good wifi. we would camp here again. - Jim Lee
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Very friendly staff, free firewood! No TV signal, pretty small town so a good overnight stop on the way to Spokane. - John WD Smith
Aug 2011 - $30.00
Very nice people! Small park right on hwy 97/153 in the town of Carlton. Easy Access. Looks like there are several long-term renters there. - Sun~n~Snow