23 Parks near Colbert, Washington
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Just like everybody else says, a great place to stay. Price is based on $150 weekly rate. Everything is spotlessly clean, staff is helpful and friendly, vegetable garden is for everybody's use. Nice and quiet, yet minutes away from town. The only problem was that the wifi could be slow and spotty, but the park was completely full. I wouldn't hesitate to return or to recommend this park to anyone. - LMH
Aug 2016 - $30.00
We are staying here for a few days while visiting nearby family. So far I am very impressed with this park. It is very neat and clean with adequate space and nice landscaping between sites. The employees are super friendly. They have a very nice garden where I was encouraged to help myself to anything I could use. The only rule is don't be greedy and hoard things you can't use while here. One of the buildings is a nice lounge area with plenty of books and magazines and a kitchen area I'm assuming you could use if you had guests. There is a large chain grocery store and other shopping nearby, and only about 16-18 miles to all the services in Spokane. They don't accept credit cards, only checks or cash, but I'm sure that keeps their costs down. The nightly rate is very reasonable, and the prices for the laundry are the lowest I've seen. There is a more plush and fancy resort nearby, but it is also much more expensive. I would highly recommend Wild Rose RV Park to anyone traveling through this area. - rnmcampers
Apr 2015 - $35.00
A beautiful little RV park out in the countryside north of Spokane. Full hookups and facilities. Good laundry room. Good grassy area for pet walking on leash. Rush-hour traffic noise but quiet and restful at night. Easy in-out and fuel right there. - george r
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Other than being a little pricy for Washington, this park is extremely nice. The staff is cheerful and helpful. No micromanaging or excessive rules. We got a drive through. Its too short for both truck & jeep but there is parking close by. The spaces are level and paved. They are narrow but the pretty landscaping makes up for it. There are bushes and grass between each site. There's a large fenced dog run which our little guy loved and it has grass. There's a very clean indoor pool and nice play structure for little kids, as well as seating and grass in children's play area. - Nana Montana
Apr 2016 - $55.00
Number of nights stayed: 14 Would we stay here again? : Yes. Easy to locate based on map/GPS. Road In and Out: Excellent, trimmed and well kept. Staff / Friendliness / Helpful: Very friendly! Site Size was very tight. Plenty of trees/ Shaded. Pad was concrete with table. Connections Pedestal were excellent. WiFi worked great! No streaming. Cable and OTA Reception was excellent as was sat reception. Good security, maintained long term residents. Clean park and dog friendly. Sites are tight but getting better as they continue to trim up. - rdmike
Jul 2015 - $47.00
This park is under new ownership and management and there has been much work done. Washrooms, laundry, lobby all redone and very nice. Have removed massive amounts of vegetation and have improved the landscaping, with more work to be completed. Staff was excellent and escorted us to our site. We were able to deploy both of our slides and our awning without any problem. The downside is that the sites are a little tight as is with most older RV parks. WiFi was good, decent cable TV. Convenient to Spokane. We stayed there in a 34ft fifth. - Retired Papa
Aug 2016 - $53.00
Stayed two nights in a 43' coach. Check-in was smooth. Distance from I-90 thru local traffic but manageable. Level concrete, pull-thru site. Interior roads are paved and grass is immaculate. Nice doggy park with a supply of doggy bags. Park location is in the suburbs within easy reach of restaurants and shopping. - RTM
Aug 2016 - $53.00
Really a nice park. All cement pad and patio. Plenty of space with grass all around the site. No dust at all. Yes it is a new campground but they are taking very good care of it. Not much shade yet but it was not a problem for us.
The only issue we had was when you try to exit the campground. You have to cut across heavy traffic to turn into a parking lot to head back to town or go about a mile out of the way in the wrong direction before turning.
Other than that it was one of the better campgrounds we have stayed in. We would stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2016 - $60.00
Check in was quick and easy, just sign the 3 page document, get your directions and pay. Very new, had most everything you could want but shade. Close to shopping and restaurants. Easy access. Paid $5 for Wifi worked but not exceptional. There were quite a number of long term residents in various condition of RV's but everyone seemed friendly enough. Would stay there again. - Retired Papa
Aug 2016 - $39.00
Beautiful, well maintained RV park on a golf course with cement pull-through sites that were 85 feet long with huge patios and picnic tables. Good Wifi, excellent cable TV package were provided. The people were exceptionally nice and accommodating, especially when we had to extend our stay six days due to a mechanical issue. Would definitely visit again if in the area. The only negative was we had to traverse a dirt road and a pine tree to experience the pull through lot. The road should be paved and the tree trimmed. - DIXIEDUALLY2013
Aug 2016 - $41.00
This is truly a resort. It's gated and feels safe. So clean. Office staff were friendly and helpful.
The pads are huge. We could have parked another 5th wheel in our site and still have had room for tow vehicles.
There's lots of area for kids to play.
There are two fenced dog areas as well as a large open field where dogs can be off leash.
The ONLY downside to this park is its distance from Spokane. It's a 30-40 min drive each way. - User3146
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Although this is quite a ways north of Spokane, it is a very nice place to stay. Easy drive to major shopping. Deer park has everything you need though. Our site was on the golf course. One complaint is that all the sewer connections are clear at the rear. Takes 3 15' sections to hook up and get your rig far enough forward so it does not get sprinkled underneath. Restaurant was good as was the entire park. Paved parking for your tow rig. - BoatEscape
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This review is for the Bowl and Pitcher campground. The rate and review are for the non-hookup, dry camping section of the park. The rate does not include the $8 reservation fee or the $5 non-resident fee to bring the cost to over $33 per night (four nights camping) for a parking spot in a dirt field - far too expensive. The hook-up sites are much nicer, but book up early. The non-hookup sites are located next to the entry road with lots of traffic. The sites are laid out in a haphazard order and really are nothing but vaguely defined spaces in the dirt, spaces fairly close together and with nothing for visual separation. There is nothing remotely pleasant about it. As vehicles idle while waiting in line for the entry booth the campground has the feel of a freeway toll booth. To add injury to insult, there was a very, very bright light on the side of the restrooms that bathed the campground in a harsh bright light all night long. It had both train and plane sounds. We were able to get satellite with our portable dish and Verizon data and voice were strong. It is a bit of a trip through city traffic to get here from Interstate. Check the park web site or reservation e-mail for the best route as there are closed roads on the route that your GPS will take you. We will not be returning to this campground. - TheJim
Mar 2016 - $24.00
Nice clean park, full of Ponderosa Pines. Plenty of room between sites. Friendly staff. Water is still off for winter...power though and a winter water faucet at entrance to fill tanks.
Get there via Gun Club road to avoid so much crowded residential traveling. You would take Maple to Francis then out to Gun Club road and enter the park from the north. - Trekking
Sep 2015 - $35.00
I must not be a typical RVr because I don't go to a state park with high expectations for services. If your top 5 must haves are about hookups, WIFI etc then you should go to an RV park next to the freeway. This a beautiful state park along the river that oh by the way has some hookups. Most hookup sites were taken so we dry camped in nice spot away from the crowded utility sites. Nice trails across the river for hiking and biking. Very quiet place for sleeping unlike a freeway RV park! - Fishmon
Aug 2016 - $26.00
I reviewed this park almost a year ago to the day, and a few changes that I need to talk about that were on the positive side.
The dust wasn't nearly as bad in the camping area because they had watered it and the grass/weeds were actually green and mowed. This made for a more dust controlled environment.
The maintenance workers and so forth for the fairgrounds, still raced through the gravel area and they could've slowed down a little bit more for a more dust controlled environment.
But overall our stay was pleasant. The 50 amp power worked great. The water pressure you definitely need a regulator, runs at about 95 psi. The dump area was clean overall.
I'll come back if need be.
Just drive in slow, and exit slow for the enjoyment of others. - monaco cruiser
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Stayed 5 nights. No one else there. Just a cheap place to stay near downtown. Easy off ramp off I-90. - Dan Md
Aug 2015 - $26.00
Don't expect much, but it's dry, semi dusty, because people don't slow down place to park. The park is on the backside of the fairgrounds and has hookups but no sewer. Does have a dump station. The price is right and they gave us the fourth night free(they have our vote). - monaco cruiser
Aug 2015 - $22.00
The site was gravel & fairly level. The campground wasn't too far off the interstate and only has electric & water and a dump station. You have to be an Elk member to use this, great for an overnight stop. - SGF
Sep 2014 - $18.00
Must be an Elk to use lodge parking. Great location to get around from. Stayed there one more day than planned because of the location. 30-50 amp electricity and water at 23 sites. Covered picnic overlooking the town and mountains they will let you use their washer/dryer in lodge. While there is no sewer there is an onsite dump station with easy access I used it twice. WiFi actually worked but there were only 5 rigs in the park when I was there. I use my phone hotspot most of the time. Nice bar of course and we had dinner there one night. I drive a 40 foot rv. I can only give an overall grade of 8 to any site that does not have sewer connection at the pad. But other than that this is a 10 site. - Gilbert & Gail
Sep 2014 - $18.00
We enjoyed a friendly check-in by the camp host immediately upon entering the park. Very convenient to the clubhouse with large spaces and good 50 amp power and water at the rear of the sites. My GPS directions were needed, as the signage is somewhat lacking. There is a dump station available. Park Wi-Fi was good and the Verizon signal was strong. We would definitely stay again. - run2
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Tight entrance; ok for our 30', don't know if I would try a 40'...friendly staff; freeway noise but no problem inside coach; full h/up and good WiFi included, great location if you want to be near the city, decent value for your $$, would stay again. - Buck44
Jul 2012 - $39.00
The owners of this place have put some money in and made some improvements! The "perms" are either gone or were made less obvious somehow. The RV park is behind a vintage bungalow motel. The grass and flowers in the center of the "RV circle" were very pretty. I must give one "heads up" for one major driving issue. If the motel is full, and there are lots of cars, you have to play "thread the needle" to weasel your RV through the cars to get to the RV section. I held my breath and I'm in a Class C! I'd hate to watch Class A's do this, although there were some Class A's here during my stay. Also, the sites are rather close together. So, if you stay here, just hope your neighbors are decent. The owners are very nice and will help you get in your space, as it's a bit tight weaseling around the RV section. I didn't use the WiFi or cable, so can't comment. The $39 I paid is with taxes and Good Sam discount. Yes, a bit pricey for what you get. But the location is good if you are attending an event at the Fairgrounds, or if you want access to mass transit. There are other RV parks in Spokane area along Sprague Avenue, but. Let's just say this is your best option if you want to be in Spokane and not in the outlying areas. - DXSMac
Dec 2008 - $36.00
What a dump. Not a good park for a 37' motorhome. It seemed we were the only non-permanent residents here. The permanent trailers were quite old and showed their age. Our site had 20 LONG sharp screws and many more all over the gravel. I collected many and presented them to management. They dispatched 3 people to clean our site of screws. We were in a corner spot, patio side overlooked a very dumpy building with picnic benches and wood poles stacked within 10 feet of our site. Dog owners do not pickup after their pets in general. Very friendly and accommodating but well below what I'd picture as Good Sams standards. - Jag
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Very nice people. Tidy park. Shade trees, grass between sights. Playground! Next to interstate but we did NOT hear road noise. Only a couple 50amp @ $45. Most are 30amp and we were darn lucky it wasn't in the 90s like the week before! Claim pull thrus are 55' but everything is so narrow and tight and parking in streets that they should not accept anything over 38 and it's still tight to get your truck or toad in with you! Lousy wifi. Nice people but we won't be back with our 43' mh. - sawdustsal
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Parking lot with very close spaces. Dirty. Pet area is outside the park in the parkway on the street. - oldcarfun
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Absolutely horrible for an overnight stay. GPS had trouble locating, no signs available, and site host was not familiar with area. Many permanents who also had bad things to say. Bring a lot of grease to squeeze into any pull through. Back-in sites are better. Our friends left and went to a nearby motel while we stayed. Power went out shortly after our arrival but staff was quick to get it repaired. OK maybe for long term, but a bear to get in and out. Pull throughs are about 42 feet long total. Had to unhook for an overnighter and park sideways.Stayed twice, our first time and last times! - john11
Jul 2015 - $20.00
This place is wonderful if you're here when no one else is. The grounds are gorgeous. On the weekends it turns into a zoo and is jam-packed full of families with kids, dogs, tents, jet-skis, boats, motorcycles, etc. The laundry is ridiculously expensive. No cell service and no wifi service. With only 30 amps available, incredibly hot weather, and a fire across the lake, I left 2 days early. - Spike in FL
Jul 2015 - $19.00
This is an older park past its prime. Some of the sites have 30 amp some only offer 15 amp. There are no longer sewer dumps provided and the dump station is shut down. The bathrooms are in good repair and clean. The laundry area is clean but the machines are old and only about half work. Even so, the grassy camping areas are beautiful and kept well groomed. There are many shade trees and picnic tables and the park is inviting and pleasantly restful. The views of Lake Spokane, particularly at sunset are breathtaking. - Mainlygoing
Jul 2015 - $20.00
First of all, this is a beautiful park right on the lake, and it's very peaceful when it's empty. HOWEVER, on the weekends it's extremely noisy with boats racing by, jet skis, screaming babies and barking dogs until 10:00 p.m. When you call for a reservation, you're connected to a center which doesn't communicate with the park. Even though you receive an email confirmation assigning a site number, the park is FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, which brings me to the next big issue: All electric and water are on double pedestals and the electric has only ONE 30 amp plug; the other is 20 amp so if your neighbor is using the 30 amp plug, too bad. There is no cell service, no WiFi service, and no TV service. When we arrived and our site was taken, the woman checking us in was very apologetic, and we discovered there were no 30 amp sites available until the next day when most campers were leaving. The next big issue is the address, which is not valid. GPS will tell you that you have arrived 6 to 10 miles before you actually get to the park. The website does not list GPS coordinates and no one tells you that the address doesn't work. We tried calling the phone number several times, but no one answered. The city and street are the same: Nine Mile Falls, but that doesn't matter. Here's how we found it: My sister typed the park name into Google, when it came up there's a tab that says "directions." She tapped that tab and we were successfully directed to the campground. If you're coming from Spokane down Nine Mile Falls road it's on the left. All sites are grass with a picnic table, which is about the distance that separates you from your neighbor...no fires. We loved the park once we found it and when it was empty. It's very family oriented with a volleyball net, sandbox and roped off swimming area. Many people had an RV and one or more tents in their space. There is no sewer and no dump station. - J rys