4 RV Parks near Davenport, Washington
Jun 2017 - $38.00
The pros: Beautiful setting, nice sites. Fairly well maintained. Staff friendly and helpful. Cons: No usable Verizon signal [although they claimed it was] and their Wifi was unusable. No TV. [I guess they want you to spend your time in the casino]. My electrical outlet had a hornets' nest and when I went to switch it off, I was stung on the finger. There were also a lot of cobwebs inside. - mockturtle
May 2014 - $40.00
Very nice campground. Paved sites with lots of smaller trees and shrubbery. Visits by mule deer that bedded down in our site. Casino is a no-go unless you are a smoker. - JoeIII
Sep 2012 - $25.00
Beautiful campground on Lake Roosevelt. Nice marina. Casino typical for small tribal casino. Restaurant was a disappointment. I wouldn't come here for the casino or restaurant but the campground was amazing. We even picked tomatoes at our site :) We were next to the lake and there is a paved, accessible walking path along the lake. Sites are large, some pull-throughs, many with beautiful views of the lake. Lots of trees (none in the way of RVs!) and privacy. - SandyBBB
Jul 2017 - $18.00
This is a typical state park. Lots of room between sites, but no hook ups. There is a free dump station on site. The check in process is interesting as there is none. You make your reservations online then arrive at the park and park yourself. No gatehouse and no one to check in with. Unfortunately, a sign was posted that the campground was full, but yet there were multiple sites empty. This was due to the fact that no one checks to see if you have arrived so that empty sites can be opened for others. Having said that our stay was enjoyable. The weather was hot, but a nice beach was close by so that we could cool of during the day. The evenings cooled down so that the coach cooled off at night. There is a boat launch in the park and many spent the days on the water. The park was quiet at night. The washrooms could use a bit more attention. - Camper_Guy
Sep 2012 - $13.00
Fort Spokane CG is a National Park Service (NPS) campground and true to most NPS campgrounds it features large sites (Our 37' motorhome, Jeep Liberty and bass boat fit in our site) that are well maintained. Park employees were roaming the park almost every day of our 5 day stay keeping things clean. The bathrooms feature flush toilets that were also very clean, no showers are available however a large utility sink is available. The campground has 67 individual sites and a couple of group sites. It is open year-round, however drinking water is shut off in winter. Water spigots were numerous and within hose reach of many of the sites but they do not have hose threads so refilling your water tank would require use of a Water Thief hose adapter (Google it, they are useful little items). The campground is located on the Spokane Arm of LK. Roosevelt and is within about 3/4 mile from the confluence with LK Roosevelt. Numerous docks are provided with varying amounts of free moor-age for boats depending on the lake level. A boat launch is also available. We come here for the bass fishing but walleye and very large trout are also plentiful in the lake. Just across the street is historic Fort Spokane. There is a nice museum here and a few buildings left as well as a self guided walking path and tour around the site. The horse stables are spectacular to walk through, and a little eerie. Across the bridge is the Indian casino and RV park/marina as well as a gas station/convenience store with propane available. As the park is only a little over an hour from Spokane it is packed on weekends and popular holidays, reservations are highly recommended. We will definitely be back to this park as soon as we can. - NwJeeper
Aug 2013 - $17.00
We stayed here overnight, twice. The facilities were clean. The RV sites are paved and level. - L Langman
Sep 2012 - $17.00
Could be a great place to go for the weekend! But the government employees do little to keep up the resort except mow and water. The buildings playgrounds and docks are nice, but the milfoil has infested this section of the lake and they do nothing to control it like the rest of the lake residents. And there are geese droppings everywhere you walk! The spots are okay...but could be wider. If your neighbor has slides be prepared to keep your awning in! - W. Bates
Oct 2017 - $20.00
A convenient stop along I-90 and close to shopping and casinos. On entering through the commercial gate, expect to be told to open all bays, doors, hood, trunk, and wait in a separate area while your RV and vehicle are searched. No exceptions, so if this bothers you, go somewhere else. A friendly and helpful host greeted us, but the only thing attractive about the Famcamp itself is the price. Gravel interior and sites that are mostly level and just long enough for our motor home and tow, closely spaced and with a sewer hookup in the far rear of the site. WiFi was slow, but it was windy during our stay, and Verizon Cell/Data was good. Lots of OTA TV and no few obstructions to the TV satellites. Train noise can be very loud at night, something that seems to be worse than in past visits. Overall a great value due to the location, but not a destination park. - Meanderman
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This is my second year as camphost at Fairchild, and we absolutely love the grounds. The weather is beautiful, it is very quiet, and access to Spokane is easy. Fairchild has been a work in progress, but we are pleased at the updates! Please remember when camping at an RV park, many hosts are not paid 24/7, so utilizing the phone to ask questions is great if they are not on site (new phone!). - Camphost16
Aug 2016 - $13.00
We stayed here for a month for $380.00. We were looking for a safe place to leave our RV for a few days while we did an Alaskan cruise and in that respect it worked out well.
It's a nice quiet, secure, friendly park.
The local commander apparently does not have the fam camp on his priority list. There is lots of dead grass and stickers surrounding the park our dogs had to tread lightly.
The spaces are tight and the sewer hook ups are right outside your door. The sewers have no threaded connections and require a rock or board to stay in. We had to open the valves only part way to prevent the sewer from backing up, so draining the tanks took a while. Only part of the machines worked in the laundry and when the coin boxes are full it takes a day or two for accounting to come empty them if you can find the camp host to notify them. The camp host was friendly and accommodating but difficult to contact most of the time. If in the area again I would opt for a commercial campground. - pheasantplucker57