17 Parks near Moses Lake, Washington
Aug 2016 - $42.00
At our first site we didn't receive any WiFi signal. But once we talked to the front staff we were able to move to site #19 where the signal was perfect. Very nice grassy area to walk the dog but no fenced in off leash area. Beautiful pool area for both adults and children. - Tagil
Jul 2016 - $43.00
We really liked this place. WIDE roads, LONG pull thrus, excellent utilities and wifi, pools, laundry, etc. and quiet. We should have stayed longer. - ssyer74
Jun 2016 - $49.00
Weekday $45 / weekend $49 for full hookups + Tax. Best WiFi we've ever had at a campsite. No cable but able to get a handful of channels. Good Verizon cell service. Easy access from I-90 (exit 174). Signage for registration parking was confusing upon entry to the park, but easy to maneuver once within the park on the upper level. Paved, level sites with wide grassy areas separating sites. Very quiet in the upper lot (site 76); freeway traffic could be heard in the lower lot, which has more shade and closer walk to pools. When the lower lot is full it would be very difficult to maneuver for larger rigs. The beautiful pools were quite cold and weren't being used. The very large spa was tepid, full of rambunctious young children, and getting quite murky by the time we left. If you're only coming here to have a long, quiet soak in the spa you'll be disappointed. However, if you're bringing your children for a water-soaked weekend of fun, you've found the right place. - Runner in the Night
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Very small sites, closely side by side, because the shortness of the sides many cars are parking in the driveway and make it difficult to back in to your side.
They have a new dog run but they watering the place 2 times a week for two hours between 5 and 7 pm (the time when people arrives and the dogs have to make there business and like to play).
The showers and restrooms where dirty and over the time.
The top of the sewer pipe (with the thread) was missing, so you can't drain your tanks without flooding the side.
I wouldn't recommend this "campground" to a friend. - Columbus
Aug 2016 - $16.00
Camped here for an extended weekend. Rode our Harley, golfed, dinner in town. Lots to do around Moses Lake especially if you have a boat. The pool wasn't the biggest but cooling. Adult hours are like no other we've experienced. Not sure why two hours at dinner time for adults only, and then the pool closed early due to malfunctioning lights. Should be pool hours for adults one hour in the morning and one hour before close. 10am is way too late to open the pool. No problems with power. Required to keep the sewer hose off the ground. - Our Painted Wagon
Aug 2016 - $47.00
We stayed here twice this summer. The place is very clean and well-cared for. I've never seen a laundry facility so clean. Wash loads are $1.50 for regular or $1.75 for extended wash. Dryers are $.75 for 45 minutes.
There is an adult rec room attached to the laundry w/ a TV, some games and a jigsaw puzzle.
Not noted on signage and their park map, is a fenced pet area behind the pool. This is a great addition to the property. The old area has become a parking lot.
They were very good to tell us about the regular watering schedule. The sprinklers are a deluge and will soak anything left out.
People park on the interior roads of the RV park, which can create an issue. - User3146
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Nice grassy site overlooking Moses Lake. Power and water at front of site (standard cable and hose just made the distance).
Campsites are very close together with no much separating the sites. If someone gets there first, or puts their rig at an angle, you might not have sufficient space to put your rig. - DCM/JMB
Aug 2015 - $33.00
Rate above includes a $15.00 reservation charge. Otherwise, it would be $25.00 per night. Beautiful spot (#45) overlooking the lake. Electric hookup incoming into site. Water. No sewer but has a dump station. Grass, table, and fire pit. Sites side by side. Not a lot of room. - Jerryws98516
Jul 2012 - $25.00
While no alcohol is allowed as this is a City Park, it's a beautiful location: right on Moses Lake. Lots of docks for fishing. Be forewarned, the electrical hookups are at the front of your site. We learned the hard way and had to scoot up just a bit after initially setting up. In Moses Lake for a 13U baseball tourney at the HS, so just a 15 minute drive from here. - Cosmo97
Jun 2012 - $38.00
Site was level and water and electricity was good. Most sites are taken up by migrant farm workers. The park is off the interstate and out of the way. It is showing its age. At 6 the next morning, crop dusters flew right over the trailer tops spraying the potato fields. We would not stay here again. Cash or checks only at this campground! - JWT
Sep 2010 - $37.00
Good access from I-90. Low branches and narrow roads. Showers are $1, and older and fairly clean. Sites are grass and level. Staff was friendly and helpful. Good satellite reception, had fair Air Card with Verizon and Sprint. Would try another CG if in the area. - RoadWarriors2
Apr 2008 - $32.00
We stayed overnight due to the time of day and a long drive. Unfortunately, it wasn't a good choice. The rate was steep for a site with only electric and nothing else. The washrooms were dirty and showers required an additional set of quarters. The manager was the antithesis of helpful. We will drive into the night to avoid the Willows Trailer Village in future. We didn't find out what the hair lady was like. - regnarg
Oct 2013 - $15.00
A space for members only. Friendly staff. Easy parking with large lot. Parked against edge of lot with only one other MH. Close to restaurants, auto parts, and other shopping. - Bucky Beaver
Sep 2012 - $15.00
On the north side of the property parking is back-in on a large gravel lot which slopes to the front requiring almost full length of jacks to level. The lodge is on the west side of North Stratford, across from McDonald', on a busy commercial 5 lane road with some road noise all night. Behind the parking is a car wash which is noisy until mid-evening when it closes. If coming in from Hwy 17 and heading south on North Stratford, a right turn into the entrance is nearly impossible without going over the curb if RV is of any length.(We're 53' total) We continued down to the first light at West Valley Rd., turned right, went two blocks to the Shell station on the right and turned around in the shopping center behind Shell. Back at North Stratford we turned left and then, using the center left/right turn only lane, easily made the left turn into the entrance. Wi-Fi requires a password available in the bar. OTA television was minimal. Electric and water were good. - cjca
Aug 2016 - $20.00
50 amp, FHU, pull-through site with WIFI. This was a great overnight stopping point. No over-the-air TV available. A few miles off I-90 but well worth the effort. The fair had just ended and the place was empty, so it was all ours. The peace and quiet was wonderful, so we would definitely return if in the area. - Bob & Stephanie
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Stayed here for the Washington State Rabbit Breeders Convention, would stay here again. There is a West side, an East side, and according to their website a pavilion area. I stayed in the East side because the West side did not have sewer. For the duration I was there we were allowed free choice of available sites for the convention. The West side has mature trees and shade, nice for tent camping. There was power including 50amp (I use 30) which was adequate for the AC. There was also sewer and water. The sites are grass, and not easily marked but you can figure it out. They are pretty close, but the idea with a fairgrounds is to pack everyone in during the busy time of fair. Close walk to the barns which was important to us. I believe they are closed during the fair, but there are numerous sites which don't appear to get much use during non-fair times. Would highly recommend, but call beforehand or ensure you arrive during office hours. We had a representative from the convention handling all camping so I didn't deal directly with the fairgrounds. - Jenrenee
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Good location if visiting the area or wanting an overnight spot. Price includes full hookups with 50amp power and wifi. Most sites had good satellite access. All sites are grass with gravel access roads. We were the only RV in our section. Too many speed bumps coming into the fairgrounds. Self registration process when arriving after 5 like we did. - glenthompson
Jul 2014 - $13.00
Very quiet, clean park. With Passport America rate it is really a good deal and less than half the price of the Pot Holes State Park almost next door. Manager very nice and so are the residents who are mostly sort of permanent. One even brought us a bowl of cherries. The place is a little hard to find, but once there, terrific. Address is Othello, but it is really closer to Moses Lake. - PALPJL
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Senior (55+) park for self contained RVs only. Community center, large sites with concrete slab, gravel and shed. Enough room for RV, car and boat. Power, water pressure good. Sewer connections at rear end of site. 20 more sites under construction. Managers very nice and helpful. Great value for this low rent. Pothole Reservoir with several boat launches nearby, great fishing for trout, walleye and bass. 25 min from Moses Lake with all major stores, restaurants, etc. - fulltimer126
Jun 2014 - $23.00
Very nice little park. The owners were very pleasant, friendly, and helpful. The campground is small and each site is a full hookup. There are no restrooms or showers but, that is fine with us. The area is quiet and nice. Potholes State Park is a mile away and the fishing (I'm told) is excellent in the area. The site we had was a little tight and narrow, and the trees prevented us from lowering our awning. Overall, my wife and I liked this little park and we will come again when we want to get out of town for a weekend. - KD7SGP
Jun 2013 - $30.00
I give this place 10 stars for location and the friendly owners. There's no shade; although, there will be once the trees get bigger. There's no restroom or shower, but there is a small laundry across the street. It's a good place to crash for the weekend, and it's close enough to everything that it isn't boring. - SpeechlessinSoapLake
Jun 2011 - $20.00
I would give this park a higher rating if there were showers and a laundry room. I love the current managers, though they might be moving, so we decided not to stay longer. We had planned to stay long term, but we stayed two months because of that. It's a good location and quiet and clean, and for the price it's a good stay, if you're not planning a long term stay. - Speechless
Aug 2016 - $3.00
We liked the park overall. They really take care of there grass! Pool was cold but area was nice. My only complaint was the monthly people seemed to be able to allow there dogs to be without leashes. Twice I had the same little dog come after me. Once I was on my bike and almost wrecked...ugh. The other slight issue was the lady in office wasn't really helpful. Otherwise was a good stay. - DebT
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Great spot. Stayed 2 nights. Played 18 holes of golf-no trees! Spacious. - Judy2shoes
Jul 2016 - $10.00
I sort of have a hard time grading this park. The members obviously think it is wonderful. It is good. Someone mentioned the lady in the office. I agree; she is about as friendly as a rattlesnake. Our site was not level side to side but was front to back. Where we were it was a task dodging trees to get satellite. WiFi is pretty good. ($1.00/day which is very fair) The site were very large and, yes, there is a lot of open grassy area behind you. The only problem is that give others the license to set up chairs, games, wading pools, etc behind your rig. Lot's of noise though it was quiet at night. In all fairness, when asked to hold down the noise they were very considerate. The main problem may be that I am now an old f---! There is no laundromat in the park. There is one? in the service station in front of the park. Two of four washers work; same fore dryers. We would stay her again. - vmi1962
Jun 2016 - $45.00
We stayed at this park just last weekend, staff was great, our full RV hook up was nice level, paved with grass in the back and nice fire pits. The owners have thought of everything. Old truck to launch your boat so you don't have to bring a 2nd rig if you have a Class A or C motorhome. Golf carts to travel around the camp site. Our friends were at the opposite end and it was a breeze. Just an all around nice clean and friendly camp ground with nice quality hookups and RV Pads. - LaurieS
Mar 2016 - $45.00
I have been staying at MarDon over 50 years. The campsites are tiny with 2 trees between each. They charge quite a bit and extra for mooring the boat. The docks are nice and you can sit in your boat to catch perch at night. The other campers and staff are all nice and we get a full hookup. I have camped in many nicer places with bigger sites for less money but at least we can leave the boat tied to a dock, so convenient. They have a nice little store for tackle and a restaurant I have never been in. The fish cleaning station is really nice for cleaning walleye and perch and chatting with other people. We will be back since it is good enough. - Alice and Les
Sep 2013 - $22.00
Very crowded and un-level camping sites. Restrooms were filled with bugs (dead ones, and some still flying) and were not clean. Fishermen played radios (too loud) late into the night. - LTV camper