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7 RV Parks near College Place, Washington
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of College Place. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near College Place in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $36.00
This is a nice park but not a resort by any means. The sites are very tight and I wouldn't call it big-rig friendly. We had a broken fountain near us that still had brown, bug infested water in it so we had to spray a lot. The laundry room is old and needs new machines. It is close to town and wineries which is nice. - Ruffella
Aug 2018 - $40.00
Overall Park is well kept and decent but "Resort" is a stretch. No amenities like pool or other resort style activities. It gives new meaning to tight when you look at how close you are to your neighbors. No room for toad. Cable very grainy but it worked if you have 50'+ of coax. Hookups are at every other site. Location is ok for town. Check out the pictures we added for an FYI. We've stayed in worse but not at this price. - Kirt
Jun 2018 - $47.00
We stayed here overnight on the way to another destination and it was a pleasant place to stay. Paved site with full hookup and although it's on a busy street the noise level at night was not bad. We would stay again if in the area. The day we stayed it was 91 degrees so we pretty much stayed inside. - Jerryandsherrie
Aug 2015 - $10.00
: Rather disappointed with this Elks RV facility. They have a huge parking lot just on the outskirts of downtown, so it is in a traffic area right across the street from Safeway. Instead of putting the RVers in the quieter portion of the parking lot, the 5 RV spaces are right at the intersection with lots of traffic noise. There are also people cutting through the lot to get to Safeway, so there is not much privacy. Finally, there is absolutely no shade, so in the hot afternoon sun, we were baking. The lot is blacktop and needs repair. There is only electricity at the site. OK for overnight stopover. - gtogrl
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Blue Valley is a nice RV park very close to downtown Walla Walla. While there's very little in amenities here, the sites are level and very clean. In fact everything here is extremely clean - the restrooms, showers, laundry room, etc. I probably wouldn't consider this a "destination" RVpark, but it's perfect for a few nights while visiting Walla Walla, or your kids/grandkids at Whitman College or Walla Walla Univ. Downtown Walla Walla is only a few blocks away and there's plenty of restaurants, cafes and tons of wine tasting. The staff here was pleasant, but she WILL hunt you down within 5 minutes of the tiniest of rule infractions, such as a car bumper 6 inches over a line. - User1928
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Reception Area: Clean; they have a rack with brochures. Friendliness: Office staff were not unfriendly but were not particularly friendly either. Wasn't left with the feeling that they appreciated our business. Provided a map and Campground Brochure: The receptionist went over rules in detail, touched on Wifi and Bathroom codes and told us where our site was. Security: They did make several trips through the park every day during office hours. It seemed more like they were making the trips to police for rule infractions rather seeking to be helpful to campers. I observed no after-hours security. Often two people in the cart. If I were the owner, I'd be questioning why I'm paying two people, one of which is the manager, to perform this activity. It is worthy of note that there is a prison nearby, a homeless shelter a block away, and an animal shelter right next door to the office. None of these should give pause if you are concerned about safety and security. I saw no indication of any problems for the park related to these facilities during my one-week stay, but prospective campers should be aware that those facilities are nearby. Roads: Asphalt; plenty wide enough to allow maneuvering of even large RVs. Site: 11 feet wide and long enough for RV. Concrete pad for picnic table. Parking problematic. Even if backed all the way to their white line, I would not have had room to put my F150 with a bike rack in front of the coach without impinging on the main roadway, which is against the rigidly enforced rules. Parking rules strictly enforced but there is very little parking at the office for visitors and no parking is marked, except handicap and reserved parking. We had no problem leveling. Not so with some sites. Water Pressure: Ample; we had close to 60 psi. Cable: Yes; channels identified on brochure WiFi: Yes; Strong signal and plenty speed at all times, but I was close to the antenna. - rickblaher
Jul 2018 - $40.00
As others have said this is in a bad part of town. We saw lots of homeless that where sleeping on grass very close to the park. Follow the signs into the park do not use your GPS. The park is mostly asphalt on the westside with a little patch of grass that is between you and the rig behind you so it is not useable. Our least favorite design in a RV park is the back to back sites with the rest back in. It makes it feel like you are packed in. With no pull thru it is not good for just a one night stay. There are small cement pads, the utilities where well placed. The park is well kept but has definite disadvantages. While we where there the park was never more than half full with most of those full timers there sites where well kept. - sjones
Jun 2008 - $20.00
Lovely shaded pull-in sites that were very private. Sound of rushing river (Walla Walla River) was lovely to sleep through. Nice facility (kitchen with refridgerator) for family reunions, big gatherings. All types of campers were here--truck toppers, trailers, Class A, tents, and our Class B. Just a beautiful setting. No showers or dump station, though. - JCLC
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We had made reservations elsewhere but upon arrival we decided to push on due to an abundance of flies and other bugs, no one to see about our PPA discount and no cell service. We headed south to Waitsburg and stopped at the city park to research another campground for a few days. After several calls we had no success since every park in this part of Washington was booked up due to the Pendleton Roundup. As we were leaving town we saw the yellow sign "RV Parking" and decided to check it out.
The park is very basic and has a grassy area for dry camping and a dirt/gravel area with full hook ups. We stayed three nights and were the only RVers there the whole time. The host is very friendly and eager to help and give advise about what to see,etc.
We tow a 39' fifth wheel and were allowed to parallel park since we were the only ones here. It would have been very tight backing in. We were glad to find this quiet little location, the town is very clean, friendly, and picturesque. We would stay here again when traveling through. - pheasantplucker57
Jan 2017 - $30.00
This is a nice quiet state park just off the highway. The sites had plenty of privacy. The river runs along the edge of the park and their are walking trails along the river and through the park. Overall a very nice place. - Dan C
May 2015 - $30.00
This is a older campground with NO service and they charge $30.00 a night, way over priced. That being said the grounds are well kept lots of sights to pick from, within walking distance of the river. Great for a night or two. Ok AT&T cell service. There is a dump station, and you get that "free" if you stay. - laears
Jun 2010 - $19.00
Comparable to forest service campsites; water hook up available at dump station; access to the river; because of the rain the area's weeds are pretty high; over priced for the value but a pleasant place to stay. - jergrimes
Jul 2018 - $35.00
The first thing we noticed was a lot of long term folks with poorly maintained equipment. Other unused old junk RVs sitting around. There was a self registration but they take cash or check only no credit cards. The site was not level. The self leveling jacks on our 5th wheel lifted one set of tires clear off the ground to be able to level it. The owners or managers, not sure which, allow their own dogs to run lose at times. The dogs came to our space and started barking at us. Long term folks are allowed to drive through the park with their sub woofer about to blow you out of your trailer. The water pressure also went to nothing when anybody else was using water. Had to turn it off and use our onboard pump to be able to take a shower. Columbia Fiber put high speed Internet though the whole area, but yet this park had satellite Internet which made their wifi worthless. The picnic tables was covered in bird poo. The only positive thing is that it does have nice shade. This could be made into a very nice RV park under different management. - larry1953