Dayton Washington Campgrounds
8 RV Parks near Dayton, Washington
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
Sites: 33 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 19 Reviews
May 2017 - $30.00
Very nice park. Well kept with a lot of space between sites. No fire pits or picnic tables. Fire pits I get for cleanliness, but picnic tables seem like an expected amenity. There could be more trees near the RV spaces, and unfortunately the river is separated from the park by a grove of trees. But this is a nice place to stay. - RnBRV
May 2017 - $30.00
Off the beaten path. Clean and quiet with super friendly owner and camp hosts. Sites very generous. No Verizon service but WIFI very good. No laundry facility. A perfect place to come and just "be". Would definitely return. Highly recommend. - cchall112
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Showers cost $1, but are very long. No laundry or cell service. Good wifi and satellite reception. Remote location, so quiet and relaxing. Well maintained with trees and grass. We stayed a week for $125 and would stay again. - Nv traveler
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
Sites: 47 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Jun 2014 - $30.00
This is a VERY quiet park 19 miles from US12 in a river valley. Sites are gravel, level, and well shaded. Good wifi, but NO cell reception, this is really out in the country. Great place to sit back and relax. - Bill and Nancy wandering
Aug 2010 - $26.00
Well kept park. Few amenities though. Long way from any RV services. No cable and no cell phone service. - Sandguard
Aug 2017 - $17.00
This little park is a hidden gem. Long pull thrus or back ins. We are 45 foot so took a back in with car parking beside coach. Grass between sites, small patio with picnic table. Very strong WiFi, good 50 amp, high water pressure and good satellite. Deer walking thru park in evening. Small adequate grocery store 1/2 mile away in town. Only one washer-drier but it is free. This is not a resort, no pool, etc. but great overnight , weekly or monthly stop. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - mrk
Jun 2017 - $30.00
We stayed here in a 40 ft 5th wheel. The sites have a patch of grass, a concrete patio with table, and they have some elbow room. The park isn't heavily used unless there is a local event going on. Excellent Verizon 4G service which gave me good private Internet service with a Jetpack. Pomeroy has no cable service so either bring a satellite hookup or movies to watch ;0). I was not able to pick up the Lewiston, ID TV station by antennae but I may not have gotten the antenna turned correctly? Highway 12 is somewhat close but I did not notice excessive traffic noise. Access to 121 Port Way is convenient & easy (first turn west of U. S. Forest Service Administration Building on Main Street west of Pomeroy). There is overflow parking in an empty lot right next to the park. - GenBug
Jul 2016 - $33.00
We stayed here to go fishing for walleye and catfish. The sites overlook the marina. Although there was lots of wind during our stay we enjoyed ourselves. Very nice view. Easy to load and dock boat .
We had full hookups at our site.
Everyone of the staff were friendly and helpful.
Nice stocked store, and restaurant . We didn't eat out because we always travel with our own meals.
Not a lot to do here but fish, do bring your boat . Oh, and relax. - swhitney9
Apr 2011 - $50.00
Sits on the side of a river, at a bridge. Appears to be a number of open i.e. treeless shadeless sites. It is also a marina and boat launch for people who fish. Camp store is also a cafe. My experience is with the cafe. The cook is not competent. If you plan to stop there for the food, take an extra 1/2 hr and find somewhere else. - jake blake
Aug 2010 - $29.00
This park is owned by the Army Corps of Engineers and leased/operated by CLM (California Land Mgmt). At least up to last year. Now new stating the park will not be open for 2011. (Don't know if Army or CLM is dropping.) This was a top 100 family rated park in the US! Now closing? The spaces are all paved, well spaced, electric (30 amp only). A little short for hot summers, water and sewer available, as is fire pits, picnic tables and dumpsters close by. Firewood, ice, limited supplies available for fee. Clean restrooms/showers. (Coin op showers.) Great bass fishing at the park. Has free boat ramp for campers, large grassy areas for pets, kite flying, picnic lunches, tenting, etc. Very quiet, warm and clear skies, hiking. Signs in park say rattlesnakes are around. Have camped here for years and have not seen one. Snake river is a mile wide (or close to it). Only snake I have seen. Deer are frequently seen in park. Write to the Corps to keep open: so you can stay here and enjoy! - kaptainkirk
Sep 2017 - $41.00
This is a well managed, easy to navigate RV park. The roads and sites are paved. The sites have a nice patio and picnic table and grass. The WiFi is the best we have ever had in a park. The only draw back is that some of the sites are back to back. Do not follow your GPS. Follow the directional signs for the last half mile. - 2WArvers
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Very nice park, nice staff. Very clean and quiet park, convenient to many downtown tasting rooms and restaurants. Sites are level with plenty of room for a toad. I was a little concerned reading some of the previous comments, but we experienced no problems at all. We will stay here again as we come back to hit more of the wineries. - ME for Maine
Jun 2017 - $36.00
This is a very nice RV park in a very ugly part of Walla Walla (and according to google maps, less than a mile from the state penitentiary). The park is in excellent condition, and quite pretty. It's a reasonable value with the military or Good Sam discount at the weekly rate, but the daily rate is a little steep. A large selection of cable TV stations is included in the rate. There is wifi, but its very slow much of the time. Most of the sites have a fair degree of slope front to back and will require leveling. Half of the sites are around an outside ring, with the other half in the middle. Beware the middle sites if you have a longer rig: There are two sites back to back at each spot, with nothing but a painted thin white line between them. I noticed several people backed up exactly to the white line, so the second person into that double spot lost several feet of space if they needed access to the back of their rig.
Also, there are two areas of the park, Frontier and Outback. In between the two areas is a local humane society facility. From the Outback area, you can hear lots of dogs barking and crying. You can't hear them from the Frontier area.
On driving into the park: do not follow google or your GPS, follow the signs. You will get there with a GPS, but not on the best route. Do not follow 4th St. to George, instead turn right off of 4th to Reese, then left on Burns, which leads straight into the park. There is a nice little golf course next door, but that's about it for Walla Walla.
I won't come back to this park because Walla Walla is a sad little town without much to commend it. I guess if you need to visit someone at the penitentiary, this would be the place to stay... - KAP99