4 Parks near Grand Coulee, Washington
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This park is nothing special, just a dirt parking spot. But it was the closest to the dam. We had planned on doing the night light show and wanted not to have to drive far in the dark. Cable tv was excellent. Bathrooms are older but adequate. There are prettier park in nearby towns. We would probably not stay here again but only because we have been there, done that. - johnanann
Jul 2015 - $31.00
This is an older park with outdated facilities. The restrooms and showers are clean and usable. Free cable TV and wifi are excellent. The park has 3 levels. The first level seems to be long termers and tent sites. It has the most spaces and is where the restrooms are located. The second level seems to be mostly long term residents. The third and highest level has about 10 spaces and they are all short term travelers. They are all pull through and could accommodate big rigs. Spaces are close together and are gravel. The park is surrounded by desert. It is the closest park to the dam. The owner was extremely helpful and gave tips on what to do in the area. - Mainlygoing
Jul 2015 - $29.00
The campground is mainly gravel and not much shade. The camp site is gravel and level. One standout about this campground is the super fast fiber optic wifi. The speed is great but the connection drops frequently. We will stay here next time we pass through this way. - gartail
May 2013 - $18.00
Rate reflects Passport America discount. This is a mobile home park with the ability and desire to rent to RVers. In fact, there is a large sign on the road, "RV Park". It is off the road a ways down a rough dirt/gravel driveway. It is an old mobile home park that has many empty spaces. Paved road, gravel spots. Some, like ours, have covered parking for your car/truck. At first glance, I didn't like it much, but after staying there a couple of nights while we saw the dam, it really wasn't so bad. The manager is very nice and helpful. Not pool or any of those amenities, not even cable or Wi-Fi, but for us that didn't really matter for a couple of nights while sightseeing. The location is great. We probably would stay here again if in the area. The rate is right and it is for unlimited stay. P.S., don't miss the laser show at the dam. It is amazing. - Kalama Traveler
Aug 2015 - $9.00
Federal NRA campground with so-so camp hosts; more interested in ensuring I filled out the response card than assisting with site selection. Most sites require some leveling and some even more so. Paved roads but gravel and/or dirt sites. Although they do not list pull thrus, we were able to utilize one that was evidently designed to park a car or truck for tenters. Not many sites occupied, perhaps a combination of Sunday, school restarting and a good deal of fire smoke (so much that I left the next morning and headed south!). Rest rooms basic but clean; also a pit toilet on the opposite side of the campground. A room with a utility sink is also available, most likely for cleaning fish, cooking utensils, etc. No official showers but I found you can go down to the beach area and use the outdoor rinse off shower for a quick clean. No hook ups but water spigots spaced throughout. Interestingly, there are still pay phones in a few locations, and they work! Lots of yellow jackets flying around and other, not so lucky ones, stuck in those hanging traps. Quail and deer traipsed through the campground in the early evening and morning. Ok if you're using the marine recreational opportunities of the lake or if you are a good dry camper. The full hook up sites are closer to the Grand Coulee dam. - pyrthkr
Aug 2014 - $5.00
arrived without reservation, got a spot.
Hot, very hot. but enjoyable.
Water in Lake Roosevelt was low.
Nice National Park Service Park. - Jim Lee
Jul 2014 - $5.00
$5 per night (that’s half off using our Golden Age Passport) was for a back-in primitive site with a fire ring and picnic table in the Spring Canyon campground. The lower campground sites are generously sized. Some sites are very level while others require substantial leveling. The upper campground seems to be mostly for cars with tents and has no fire rings. There are many trees throughout the campground but most sites have some sun at some point during the day. The view of Roosevelt Lake is magnificent and the coulees across the water are spectacular. There are several locations within the campground from which you can see the Grand Coulee Dam. There are a couple of grocery stores and decent restaurants in town. Being right on Roosevelt Lake makes for many water based activities, including beach areas. Bicycles are allowed on the roadways and several, but not all, trails. AT&T and Verizon are very good for cell and Internet connectivity. - DD Rolling Ranch
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This is definitely a one-nighter. Mostly permanents with 1 or 2 spots for overnights. The office is across the street. The park is a strip of land next to the road and some houses behind it. There is the town's only laundromat in the park. Spots are pretty tight, especially with our 33 ft. fifth wheel. The park does offer a free ride to and from to see the light show at the dam after dark. They did have all utilities and cable. The staff was friendly. - Dr. Hemlock
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This is fine for an overnight stay. The site was fine but short. We have a very small travel trailer (16 ft including tongue) and when we unhooked and drove a foot ahead, we were nosing into the driveway. Picnic table was clean, grass was mowed. A very nice man came and knocked on our door to invite us to take the shuttle to the laser show. Some of the full time residents' RVs are old and ramshackle. It is right beside Hwy 174. But on the whole it was fine. - Magpie
Jun 2015 - $35.00
This is a strange small park near the Grand Coolee dam. The park is a small strip of land between the road and housing with two lines of short back-in spaces (either backed towards the road or the houses). Check-in is across the street at a motel (there is parking on the street for check-in). We booked a pull-thru spot - the manager walked across the street and took down a plastic fence so that we could pull over the curb and into a back-in space. Most of the park is filled with permanent residents with a few short term spaces. We were a little concerned about security but had no problems. Everybody very friendly.
We chose this park because of its proximity to the Grand Coolee dam. The town seemed very depressed and run down but the dam is still very cool.
The park offered a shuttle to the light show at the dam and the park has the only laundromat in town (typical laundromat customers coming and going).
We would probably choose a nicer park on our next trip through the area. - lyzzards