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. We camped at Grant County Fairgrounds in a Travel Trailer.
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Tips for other Campers:
Shopping is a bit of a ways in the main part of town.
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. We camped at Grant County Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Grant County Fairgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Grant County Fairgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $20.00
This is a huge fairground campground(there could be more than 200 spaces here) suitable for a short stay. The hookups all checked out. You park on grass here. Our electric box has a wasp nest in it so we had to call the staff to attend to them before we could did connect. Our DirecTV and Verizon Broadband Wireless worked very well here. We would only stay here for one night. We camped at Grant County Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.