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14 RV Parks near Naches, Washington
Aug 2011 - $30.00
This campground was called "Snug Harbor". Very friendly and helpful owner. Only 1 pull thru site and this was very tricky for a large rig. Good for smaller units, boating, fishing and weekenders. Small grocery and snack bar (very clean). No TV,Wi-Fi or cell phone service. Nice view of lake at Site 11 (lots of trees) - can be a windy location. Come with a full tank of diesel as no diesel nearby. Restrooms/showers were clean, but the floors needed a good scrub. - mcquin
Aug 2014 - $9.00
Sawmill Flat Campground is located along the Naches River in the Northern Cascade Range of Washington. Forest Service campground. Lots of shade and level spaces. Nice overnighter to break up the move. We would stay here again. No lights, no water, dry camping. - Jim Lee
May 2018 - $27.00
It was difficult to maneuver our 40' 5th wheel into the site due to large trees in front of, beside, and a trunk behind it. There was also a slight drop off on the opposite side from the trees. The site was extremely uneven; we had to use 6 orange leveling blocks and it still was not perfect. The site next to us was also uneven. There was about 2 ft out the front door before the slope started. The fire ring and picnic table were on the opposite side and was downhill to reach. There was no OTA television and limited service on MiFi for wifi. Office/store hours were erratic. There is a nice little store towards Naches. Laundromat is in Naches. Several seasonal homes on the center loop. - Betsy_02
May 2009 - $16.00
Very clean park friendly staff & restaurant workers. Were able to totally relax and enjoy without nosy park managers. - fountainqn
Jul 2005 - $20.00
This park is very run down. Sites are very close together. Site did not have 30 amp power and I did not see any full hook up sites although they say there are some. The power went off at our site and we were told someone would come out and fix the problem, but after 45 minutes, no one showed up. It was 101 degrees and we left. - Busterluke
Jul 2018 - $11.00
Contrary to the 2007 review no potable water is available at this campground. We spent the bulk of a day driving to reach the Soda Springs campground where we had a reservation starting July 26. Having had previous problems obtaining potable water at Federal campgrounds, I had verified both on-line and by calling the listed Forest Service number that water would be available. Imagine my disgust when I found all the faucets dry, and it took over an hour in the evening to go to another location to get water. I later learned from the Host that this campground has had failures with its water system for the past seven years.
Sites include back-in and pull-thru. Access to some of the back-in sites is hampered for larger rigs due to the narrow road in most of the campground. Use of several of the pull-thru sites is hampered due to the sites being outlined with posts and the presence of trees at the inside of the curves. - JackSchmotzer
Jul 2007 - $15.00
This is a beautiful Forest Service campground with access to the Bumping River. Most sites are very large, room enough for RV and tents on one site. The only thing lacking for a ten is hookups, but drinking water is available. - CM WA
Jun 2008 - $35.00
I read the last review and it sounds like the park is going downhill. There was still no sod and mostly dirt. No cable TV or Internet and the staff was less than helpful.(Friends called to tell us they were having problems and while the staff knew we were worried as we had gone up to ask a number of times, when the call came they couldn't walk down the 100 yards to tell us. They remembered the next day.) Price was a bit steep for the limited service. River sites have no sewer so you have to use the dump, which is OK. The pull-through sites were right by the dump and the smell was a bad so I don't recommend that you stay in any of them or insist that you stay on the west side. It's about 20 miles from town and about the only place in the area. West are some National Parks and east are some small dry campgrounds. - Desertthorn
Jun 2007 - $30.00
Not a bad campground. Lots of sites right on Naches river. It is under new ownership and there have obviously been some improvements. The gassy areas were sodded and very green and lush. In between the sites was dirt, however I spoke to the owner and he said that they were in the process of sodding those areas. The campground was clean and the grounds were well maintained. The showers were a little run down but clean and free. There was 1 trash can for about every three sites and they were emptied daily. The pool was very nice, heated, and well landscaped. All campsites had fire pits and tables. Propane and fuel available, including diesel. There is a restaurant on site. We did not eat there but there is outside seating with a view of the pool. Little store was remarkably well stocked with essentials. We would camp here again. - Mike and Ronda
Aug 2012 - $9.00
This was a very pleasant overnight stay in a shady loop which I had all to myself. Since it is very close to US 12, there is traffic noise but the sound of the rushing Tieton River cancels it out. The rate reflects the America the Beautiful senior pass rate. Will definitely visit here again. - mockturtle
Sep 2017 - $41.00
"not accepting Good Sam cards at this time" although referred by Good Sam, no discount ! This is a modern RV park which has mostly long term residents. You can tell how long by the "stuff" around the RVs. The few spaces that are available for short term use are at the entrance among longer term campers. That being said the grounds were clean and the wifi was strong. There is no cable but OTA tv stations abound. All the services and shops of a large city are nearby in Yakima. - Jake the plumber
Aug 2017 - $55.00
Very small park with lots of permanent residents. While we were there the water pump went out so no water for about 12 hours. No enclosed dog walk. only 1 Shower and bathroom not very clean and it was really hot in there. level sites with grass in-between. - Yepwearedoingit
Jul 2017 - $1.00
We wanted to stay 3 nights to visit the nearby national park so we made reservations 3 weeks ahead of our arrival by phone. No confirmation number was given for the reservation but confirmed the dates multiple times before ending the conversation. When we arrived as scheduled, we were not on the arrivals list. All of the sites were full. The clerk asked for the name of the person who took the reservation. Don't know what good that would do as it wouldn't resolve the error in the reservation. The same for a confirmation number. Our reservation was entered for the following month. Only an apology was offered for the mistake. Had to call around to find another park.
Even though we didn't stay here, we did get to see the park as we had to drive through it to get out. The roads were sufficient to maneuver our 41' MH with a towed. The sites appeared fairly level but there didn't seem to be much room between them. And from the collection of items at several sites, there seemed to be a lot of long term residents. There were some trees that could create an obstacle to satellite reception.
The park is a short distance from town requiring a drive rather than a walk. The park is off a 4 lane divided highway at a light controlled intersection so it isn't that difficult to get out.
Probably did better staying at another location over this one. - bsb814
Apr 2018 - $8.00
As others have written, very nice but basic BLM campground. Site #1 was perfect for our 35' motorhome - we drove the "wrong way" in order to pull into site so we could see the water. As the area is very dry (sagebrush), having paved road and sites is very helpful. Reservations needed for sites with view but there are 4 sites for 1st come, 1st served. Most are level, all with picnic table and fire pits. No water is available; come with water tank full and waste empty. We did cross the road, near the tent camping area and hike up the hill. We did not see any, but this area could have rattlesnakes - just a word of caution. Big Pine is largest campground along Yakima River, but Umtanum BLM has a few sites for RVs that are gravel, not paved. Umtanum is a few miles towards Ellensburg and has a bridge across the river with a nice trail along the creek. Overall, excellent value and most scenic of Yakima or Ellensburg parks. - BandD
Oct 2016 - $15.00
A nice overnight or in our case, almost a week. Immediately off the highway, sites and roads are paved. Only the first few sites have a view of the river and shade and one side of the campground is next to the highway but traffic is minimal at night. To make us fulltime rv'ers feel at home there is a train across the river but no horns. Several sites for big rigs and swing room should not be an issue. We did have to dodge some curbs backing into our site but that was self inflicted because we wanted a river view. There are no utilities and no water, only pit toilets. As another reviewer mentioned, nothing to do in the immediate are but fish or read a good book. No Verizon. - PBuds
Sep 2016 - $15.00
This BLM campground is located right on the Yakima River, sandwiched between the highway and the river and a railroad on the other side. Traffic died down at night and there was only one train rumbling through about every two hours.
The sites are all paved and very level. Some are very large. Most are in the open sun, only a few are somewhat shaded. Reasonable space between the sites which offers some privacy. We were surprised to find this campground well booked (most sites are reservable) for the upcoming weekend. Well, it was fishing season and there is a boat launch right from the campground.
Pit toilets are available but we couldn't locate a water tap.
Overall excellent value for money and we will stay again. - TheSchweitzers
Apr 2018 - $46.00
Very bad part of town. Just down the street from Union Gospel Mission lots of transients and hookers and pimps. Drug shops and adult sex shops if you are into that kind of things. Don't feel safe staying here. Won't stay again and the price is outrageous on the other note internet was good. Had to unhook tow vehicle no pull through for 40 ft towing. - loral
Oct 2017 - $60.00
Drove down to see my family nearby. I noticed bad reviews online but decided to take a chance. It is in a rundown area of town, surrounded by an abandoned hotel? Apartments? Not sure but there are transients all around, wouldn't recommend. Next time I'm driving through I'll just keep going. - Raymond60
Dec 2016 - $40.00
Surprised by negative reviews on this place. It is not rundown - not brand-new, but well cared for. The only place in Yakima that is open through the winter with freeze-protected water spigots. Another big plus is the indoor pool and hot tubs open year round. Sure there are permanent residents, but all seemed fine, and it is not in a "bad part" of town. Easy on-off from I-82 but set back so no road noise. Not a destination for a long vacation but very serviceable for a three-day stop to visit the area. Water spigot at back end of site, so be sure you park well back. - rvericksons
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Newer park with limited sewer hookups and small trees. Nice pull through sites with 50 amp service, level gravel pads, and grass between each site. Located next to the Yakima River in a scenic valley. Two nice sized grassy dog parks and a field. Expect lots of wind in the afternoons in Ellensburg. There is a dump site down the road. 5.00 for second dog. I would stay here again. - Traveler Anne
May 2018 - $39.00
The RV park is in a flood plain, so it is not permitted for dump site or showers/rest rooms, but is serviced by porta-toilets that are cleaned regularly. There is a city dump site two miles north of the park that has a large turnaround and water available. The sites are 36'x70' in the partial service area and have picnic tables and fire pits. There are rodeo bulls in the field, and a wonderful view of the Stuart Mountains to the north, and a very short walk to the river. The park has been expanded so all sites are large and roomy. Prices were at or below other parks in the area, and is well maintained. Camp workers are very friendly and show you to your site. The roads are gravel, but wide enough to navigate with the largest of RVs. Train crossing is about a half mile away, but noise is not obtrusive. Will definitely stay here whenever we travel the I-90. Make reservation, as park tends to get busy in the summer, especially on weekends. An office just opened, so stop at the office to register/check in. Gate closes at 9:00 PM to prevent late arrivals from waking you up in the night-time hours. - trooper4
Sep 2017 - $39.00
This campground has the cleanest campgrounds that I have stayed at. Very nice river sites and very clean park. The new owners are so nice! - Cindy44