14 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
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 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
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
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
Aug 2016 - $36.00
.This park was just about the best on our journey from Arizona to Alaska
Huge sites that were incredibly easy to get into
First rate hookups
The price was rediculously low for the quality of the park
Jack pads required so plan ahead
Surprised there was no cable TV hookup. - 3browns
Aug 2016 - $30.00
We stayed here a week on site B4. The park is very nice. This is probably the best layout we have seen in 18 months of fulltiming. Sites are oriented and staggered so you get privacy. Each site shares a good size plot of manicured grass and mature shade trees with a neighbor. Utilities all functioned well. Paved roads and sites. Easy access for big rigs. There are a few permanents but everything is well kept. The only ding is there are no picnic tables. Great stop inYakima! - Pjoe
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Have stayed here many times to visit family. Always works very well. Lots of room, some shade, easy access and good hookups. - BoatEscape
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 2016 - $1.00
I rate parks on what they have not what they are missing. For a BLM campground without services this is a great park for the spring and fall. It is located on the Yakima River. I imagine in the summer the temperatures would be very high. The sites are all paved and very large 60+feet and very level. There are a few pull thru. There are 2 extremely clean pit johns.
Several sites are located under huge ponderosa pines that provide great shade. The only shortcoming is lack of other things to do. There is one hiking trail up a small mountain and I guess if you are a fisherman this would be a great place. We stayed in April before the season started so there was no charge. home. - Gindy
Jul 2015 - $8.00
This is a deceptively large BLM campground right on the Yakima River. Most of the riverfront sites have at least some shade. The sites are concrete pads and vary in size and amount of shade but most appear to be big enough to accommodate most big rigs. There are very nice sites all along the river and many more in the inner area. No hook ups, and very little Verizon service, but if you are looking for a nice quiet spot on the river, this is it, and at $15/night ($7.50 with senior pass) it's a deal. There are also three other campgrounds on the river in the Yakima Canyon, but we thought this one was the nicest. Didn't use the restrooms, so can't comment, but the rest of the campground was nice and clean. Reservations are available for this campground, but it's big enough that I doubt it ever fills up completely so it's a good bet for an overnight stop in the area. For longer than that, I think it would pay to reserve in the summer on the weekend in order to get a nice riverfront spot. - Pdxjoanne
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Its mostly seasonals or permanent folks. The pool was thick and greasy, according to the Grandchildren. No locks on the showers or bathroom doors. This place is old and tired and run down. Pet run is a side street, outside of the park. Lots and lots of rules provided by the management. - murphysranch
May 2015 - $32.00
Paved roads, level gravel sites, some grass between sites and lots of big trees. Park is a bit run down and in a bad area of town. Lots of homesteaders. Great place to see Mt Rainier. I would stay again for one or two nights. - PJ's Park and Play
Sep 2014 - $35.00
This is an older park located in a very run down area of Yakima. Unfortunately, most of the inhabitants are permanent locals. The site was adequate and reasonably maintained. The shower and bathroom facilities were also clean and well maintained. We also found the staff helpful and friendly. However, we did not feel safe in the surroundings. - Altoflyfisher
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Have stayed here twice in two years with a group of mature fly fishermen. We rent 2 rv sites and 2 tent sites. The rv sites are extremely close. You share one dump connection with the rv next door (2 hookups). The rv next to mine did not have a connector as required.
The owners and camp hosts are particularly unfriendly. They come by several times a night to see if you are doing anything wrong. We will find some other place next year.
Mosquitos! There is an old manure pit next to the entrance road. I suspect all of the mosquitos are are there. Don't forget your DEET and citronella.
Many trains pass by in the night. Each blows a horn at the crossing ~1/4 mile away.
Bovines in the field next to the site. Some years they are quite obnoxious. - Sidehill
Aug 2016 - $18.00
We stayed here for 3 nights while visiting friends in Ellensburg. We liked that it's off the highway and quiet, yet close to everything in Ellensburg. Staff was friendly and helpful. We parked in the section with W/E only, but there's a free dump station just up the road across for the Conoco station operated 24/7 by the city of Ellensburg. Our sites were grass and very spacious. We would definitely stay here again. - fulltime birders
Jul 2016 - $26.00
This was fine for one night. They were very flexible with moving dates due to mechanical issues with RV and parking the RV kind of sticking out so that I didn't have to unhook. - rvreviews