No frills site, but nice pull through site with full hook-up. No cable, but good reception on our antenna. Didn't use, but lovely pool and hot tub. Would stay here again. Easy on and off. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a quick overnight stop, didn't use any of the resort features. Had a level full hook-up, pull-thru site on the end of the row facing the office. Needed two sections of sewer hose to reach the connection at the rear of the site. Grass between sites. No cable tv; couldn't get anything with my antenna either. Easy off and on for I-90 but far enough so there is no road noise. Check-in was fast and efficient, lady in office was very pleasant. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Motorhome.
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. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Price includes a Good Sam discount. We made a reservation the morning of our stay and received an emailed confirmation shortly afterward. Check in was quick and the clerk was polite and helpful. We had a pull through site that was large enough for our 36' motorhome and tow. The sight was fairly level and blacktopped with about 10-15' of grass between the sites. Our site had a 20' willow tree which didn't give much shade because the site ran east and west, as do most of the pull through sites on the west end of the campground. There is no cable, but we were able to pull in several stations with our antenna. The wifi, as with most campgrounds we have stayed at was extremely slow, so we didn't use it. We had a strong Verizon signal, so it was not a big deal. Electric and water connections are well placed and easily connected to. The sewer connection could have been better placed, as it is behind the electric and water requiring three hoses for me to reach. This was an overnight for us as we traveled east on I-90, and was well suited for an overnight. We would stay here again. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park. We appreciated the paved pad (didn't have to level our TT). It was pull through and had a well manicured strip of lawn and a nice picnic table. One minor complaint: Our space did not have the same above ground water spigot that the others had and I'm not one to reach into a dark hole to put the water on (we stayed one day and used out fresh tank instead).
The kids loved the pool and had a blast on the water slides.
Wifi was outstanding (more sites need to realize this is important).
Great park. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park with friendly staff, however, I would caution anyone thinking about staying here to confirm that the WiFi system is up and running. We were there for three nights and never once were able to connect to the internet. Sites were good size and pads were paved. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
The city of Moses Lake is close by and has stores for all your needs.
Easy on and off from highway. Super nice staff. Long wide and level sites. Beautiful grounds. Good utilities. Nice pools and volleyball net. Looks like a lot for kids to do. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $30.00
This looks like it might be a nice place in the summer. There are several pools, one with a small waterslide, but they were empty- with the exception of the dead leaves. Matter of fact, there were leaves everywhere. I realize it's autumn, but there was no evidence of maintenance. The small dumpster was overfull. There was no one in the office, either. There were instructions for self registering, and choosing your own site. It seems there are a number of long term tenants because there were large propane tanks at some of the sites. The paved, pull through sites are large, and the water hookups are crazy. There is a picnic table at each site. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $27.00
We stopped on our way to Washington. Very easy on and off access from I90. We received friendly greeting and were quickly assigned a site for the night. The park has asphalt roads and sites that are level and long enough we didn't need to unhook. We needed to use a power extension cord, but we have become used to doing this as we travel. Power and water pressure were good. Sites are not close together and the grass between sites was lush and green. They have a large pool and hot tub which were empty this time of year. We will stay here again on our return trip to Yellowstone next spring. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $31.00
Pluses: Nice grassy sites, convenient to I-90, pull through sites, 50 amp, and WI-FI. Minuses: I called the evening before- after hours- to reserve a site. I left my name and number and indicated what kind of site we needed and asked them to call back in the morning to let me know if they had anything available. The next morning around 10am I called again and went through the same drill. At about 1pm I called again and got a human being who was non apologetic and quite officious. But they did have a site for us and I booked it. When we arrived the lady was busy helping some kids - making them smoothies. She was the only one in the office. She did not acknowledge me at all. When she had finished with the kids she did thank me for waiting. When I told her I had called several times, her response, was "I'm sorry." Two rates - one for cash and one for credit. Trucks and car parallel park along the road making it difficult to get in and out of your site. The pet area is all black gravel and quite small. Most dogs won't use that type of area to do their business. Given a choice, we won't stay here again. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautifully manicured grounds with gorgeous mature trees and concrete pads of all sizes. Three (3) pools (one with two small slides) and a huge, luscious hot tub/spa for 60 -- all water areas are chemically tested four times per day to assure cleanliness. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Guaranteed sun! We already have reservations for our next visit - do not miss this lovely resort! We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Bathrooms are clean, but no privacy in showers, and shower floors are very slick. Water is push button and only lasts for about 10 seconds, hardly enough time to rinse off,. There were only three showers. Bathrooms have no mirrors, only stainless steel as you would find in a public rest area, and as in one of those areas, they are scratched. Laundry has only 4 washers and dryers. For a park this size that attracts families that is ridiculous. The facilities for kids are good, I guess, with several pools and play areas. They do not enforce the quiet times, no cable TV, poor internet, no privacy between sites. Sites are paved with grass between them and a picnic table. When we started to unhook at 10 AM sprinklers started in the grass, and ran for 1/2 hour, drenching my husband, our truck, and our trailer. We could not leave on time because of the sprinklers, being trapped in our trailer. We definitely cannot recommend this park, nor will we ever stay here again. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Paved spaces, grass between spaces, easy to get in and out. Lots of facilities for kids, swim pools, etc. Very small laundry. Although bathrooms were clean, the showers had no privacy, and you had to push the button to get water, as soon as you let go the water shut off! I have seen that on faucets, but never on a shower. And the mirrors in the bathrooms are not mirrors, they are stainless steel sheet metal like you see in public rest areas! Very cheap! And, there is no cable TV. Not unusual in remote areas, but in Moses Lake? We cannot recommend nor will we be back. We camped at Suncrest RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.