6 Parks near Moses Lake, Washington
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 2008 - $25.00
The campground is on the shores of Moses Lake. It's managed by the City of Moses Lake, which must be putting tax dollars to good use to make the town more attractive to tourists. With that said, it's located close to town (just over a hill), without being right in it. There is a beautiful park within walking distance, and a boat launch with plenty of parking. The hostess was very pleasant and even helped me get backed into one of the smaller sites overlooking the water on a bluff. We were there on a busy weekend, but it was still quiet. The hostess emphasized the fact that it is a family park with strict quiet hours, etc. Very nice overall! - azengebretsons
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
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
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Lots of pull-through sites with full hookups. You camp on grass. This is a perfect place to stop for a night while you are on your way somewhere else. If the office is closed you can self-register, which is handy. We would stay here again unless we stayed at an ROD or RPI park in the area. - rolling homeless
Sep 2013 - $25.00
Poor signage, but just pull in the fairgrounds and stop at the office. If no one is in the office, you can pick up a payment envelope. Then drive on and you'll see FHU sites (pull-through) to your left and E/W sites to your left and straight back. $25 for FHU and $20 for E/W. We were the only rig in the park so we had our pick of sites. Pretty level and grassy, this worked well for us. The shortcoming of this park is that it is a fairgrounds with trash blowing around and too many flies. But, for the price and services (50 amp), it is well worth it. - Jeanie and Tom
Nov 2015 - $30.00
The new owners and management have done a wonderful job to update and improve this park. Grass between the large sites; maintenance people onsite; very warm and clean bathrooms and showers. Very little road noise.
Pool and hot tub in the summer as well. We think this is one of the nicest parks for the money in eastern Washington. - archie65
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Clean restrooms and onsite laundry. Friendly and accommodating staff. Lots of wide open spaces with trees. Pools and hot tubs redone. New office area. Lots of improvements. Definitely will stay again. - Roxiea54
Jul 2015 - $45.00
Site was level, with decent wi-fi. We have been staying at the campground for about 6 years. We always looked forward to the giant clean "hot tub" and swimming pool. This year the water was cloudy and dirty and the heat was not on because "little kids" were in the pool-even though the "rules" stated that no children were allowed in the hot tub part of the pool.The work campers said they didn't turn on the heat because of the "little kids" in the pool. Very disappointing experience this year. We probably will not return. - borge007
Sep 2015 - $1.00
Price is the Sunrise membership price, but we had to pay an additional $3.00 for cable. WIFI is through tengonet at about $2.00 a day. It worked but not a great signal. Staff was friendly. Spot was level . Only one shower and two toilets in restrooms. Door to ladies rest room didn't fit and was hard to open and didn't shut all the way. Restrooms could use lots of updating but were clean. - traveling
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Large park with paved roads and concrete sites. Large grass areas between each site with table. No trees at sites. Close to freeway and can hear traffic noise. Next to and direct access to Lake Moses for fishing and boating. Wide big rig pull thrus and back in sites with FHU, 30 and 50 amp and cable TV. Wi Fi thru outside service $ day. Heated outdoor pool. Kids play area and game room. Good Verizon cell and 4G signal and satellite signal. Breakfasts and ice cream socials on weekends. Staff great. We would definitely stay there again. Private membership park, Sunrise Resorts. Cost listed is for Sunrise member but also accept RPI, C 2 C, AOR and ROD. - Pepper Dan
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Easy access. Though it's right next to the interstate, the noise didn't bother when the air conditioners were running.
On a Friday night, they were very helpful in getting us a pull-through 50 amp spot even though we didn't have a reservation.
The site was adequately wide and long (we have a 40' 5th wheel w/ 4 slides.)
They have WiFi but I could never get connected.
The dog "walk" area is across the street, unlit, and no grass. I actually didn't feel safe taking the dogs out after dark - mostly because of my unfamiliarity w/ the area and the lack of lighting. Much of the park is off limits to dogs so I really don't know anything about the lake front area.
Big plus...there is a bridge over the interstate to a really nice park that was mostly unused in the early morning. We could take our dogs over there and let them run a bit. - User3146
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