16 Parks near Loon Lake, Washington
Aug 2005 - $26.00
This place is far too small for the number of sites it has, especially with people trying to launch boats and all. We have a 27 foot trailer and the owner/manager assured me that we would fit fine, which turned out to be ridiculously optimistic. It took forever to wedge ourselves into our tiny slot, and my husband is a pro at this kind of thing. There was no privacy at all and there were far too many people in a small patch of land to make things comfortable. Would NOT go back, even for one night. - CarlaS
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Party down! Do anything you want, as loud as you want, whenever you want!! I asked before booking a site if they have quiet time and is it enforced, they said 10pm and yes. They were just teasing. They are nice people, but they do not have control over their park.
Full service, very tight spaces. Good Internet. Right on the lake with fishing, swimming, boating.
If you like to party loud and long, come here. - angieglad
Aug 2013 - $35.00
5 full hookup sites and 7 water and electric only sites. All back in and tight fit. OK for a stop for one night. Clean area and a playground for the kids but pets not allowed. We wouldn't stay here again - b7xv
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
May 2015 - $32.00
We camped in a truck camper and it felt like we were in a RV parking lot. No grass, no trees, no bushes. The campers next to us were literally 5 feet or less away, with no trees or bushes between. I was more stressed!! We could not see the water. Everywhere you looked it was another big RV. I felt like I was intruding on the neighbor camper, you could see and hear everything. It felt like a parking lot. No shade at all. The swimming area is nice with a dock you can swim out to.
There is a store, and they rent boats. My husband enjoyed the fishing. I will not go back here, even the spots on the lake are very close and unkempt looking. People were smoking on the beach by the swimmers so the smoke blew at me....ugh! Big concern: only one small road in, fire hazard. Also, could only walk to end of small road then highway. - Well oiled campers
Aug 2008 - $31.00
If you can get one of the 20 sites that are on the lake, this is a great place. The ranking is based on having one of these sites. The campground is on the eastern edge of Waitts Lake just west of tiny Valley, WA... approximately 45 miles north of Spokane, WA. It is a beautiful lake of about 450 acres. Fishing and relaxing are the main activities. Scenery is spectacular. This is a very old resort... and accordingly it possesses that kind of 'character'. Facilities are complete, but not updated. The benefit is that this undoubtedly helps keep the cost down. $31 per night for a lakeside site is pretty amazing. Driving into the resort the first time can be concerning. The route is well marked with signs. The entrance to the park is a half mile single lane off of the main road, through cabins. It can get tight for big rigs, but rest assured that 40+ footers have made the trip. If you are a boater, the resort possesses a very decent launch ramp. Additionally, there are 5 docks at the park for fishing and mooring your boat (minimal extra cost for mooring). There is a nice swimming beach appropriately roped off. Pontoon, row boats, canoes, and kayaks can be rented. The camp store is adequately stocked with food and fishing gear. There are a lot of permanent campers here. But, surprisingly, none on the spots that are along the lake. Not sure if that is the policy of the campground, but it makes it nice for roaming RVers. Another RV park on the lake, Silver Beach Resort, looks to cater to the permanent camper, but may have some sights available to those passing through. Sites are pretty tight. With an awning out, there is about 4' of room between you and your neighbor, less if your neighbor has slides. A nice benefit if you are traveling with another RV is that the sites do offer the flexibility of door to door parking. We'll camp here again. - megsfolks
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
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
Aug 2015 - $10.00
14 back-in spaces with electric hook up and Potable water- no sewer, 50-60 feet, 8-10 spaces designated for tents along the creek. RV park water is turned off and restroom is closed October thru March; electricity is on year round. RV park is open year round weather permitting, no snow plowing.
Quiet little park, lots of shade. A creek runs behind some of the spaces. Sprinklers washed our trailer in spot #4. 4g signal good, wifi is at subway across the street but not for campers... self pay on the honor system. Parking lot is dusty. We would camp here again. - Jim Lee
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Clean park. No septic which is clearly stated once you arrive but not on Thousand trails website. Also there are only 6 or 7 50 amp sites and probably close to 50% of the advertised 300 sites are not available to members due to being KOA or extended stay sites. - Dani52
Jul 2016 - $1.00
TT area separate from KOA area. Other reviews had mentioned KOA section nicer, but TT has just renovated several sites to include 50 amp (no extra charge for now), and they are very nice. These are from about site 39 to 52. Was able to get satellite from site 47 but had to find a gap in the trees. The pool is small but nice. Has a small fenced dog area but long dog walk, and nice open areas. - Bay Area Early retirees
Jun 2016 - $1.00
This is a Beautiful park which is half owned or managed by KOA. We were there as a Thousand Trails member so we were limited to those sites. We liked everything about the park except there is no sewer at the sites. There are 2 dump stations. Also if you need 50 amps don't plan on that as there was only about 10 of those. Rest were all 30 amps. But when we were there is was mild so we didn't need to use our AC. The pool & hot tub are nice and there is a small lake on the property. We stayed a week in our fifth wheel and most of the sites have shade and good spacing in between. - RendezVous