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! We camped at Willows Trailer Village in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Willows Trailer Village in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 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. We camped at Willows Trailer Village in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $21.00
We were forced to stay in Moses Lake due to coach damage and repairs. This park is not listed in TL but has signs on the highway; it's the closest RV park to town - 2 miles south of I-90. From the office building, it was obviously once a KOA. The way back section is nice mobile homes; there are quite a few long-long-term residents scattered on the outer edge, but pretty well kept up. The huge trees were trimmed this week & some taken out. The owner's wife has a beauty shop in the office. Parking is all on grass but the interior roads are good pavement. No recreation & not too attractive from the road, but we were okay and our satellites worked. Some of the sites are shady. Recent additions include 50 amp hookups (but only the 30 amp are available without him unlocking them.) Most hookups are side by side. We'd stay here again - but only if we could think of any reason in the world to come to Moses Lake... We camped at Willows Trailer Village in a Motorhome.