5 Parks near Othello, Washington
Sep 2013 - $22.00
Very crowded and un-level camping sites. Restrooms were filled with bugs (dead ones, and some still flying) and were not clean. Fishermen played radios (too loud) late into the night. - LTV camper
Jul 2012 - $38.00
Extremely tight spaces! 1st site (#165) we were assigned to, there was no way we could maneuver our 29' into it! There's a fairly steep bank opposite the site & cliff down to the beach on the other side. Don't have 18 year olds w/no experience parking rigs, assigning spaces! Ended up in site #117, along the row of permanent residents. Couldn't use our fire pit: there was a 10ft sloped space between back of our trailer & the fence along (busier than you would expect) Hwy 262. 1st private park we've maybe ever stayed in, w/no TV cable offering. No grassy, open areas to even go play games/catch/frisbee. To top if off, office claimed our site was right in middle of their 2 WiFi hot-spots so if we really needed access we could find an empty site and use the picnic table. We learned the hard way, if you don't have watercraft, don't come to MarDon. - Cosmo97
Aug 2010 - $32.00
A decent park that is very popular with fishermen and boaters. We stayed at the end of the park, which was nice to be far away from the crowds. This is a gated park with several full-time/seasonal RV'ers who stay here (retirees), which is nice for keeping an eye on things. I have to say that I was skeptical about staying here after reading some of the past reviews, but we had no issues and our site was great (#165). The Potholes area is beautiful, we only wish that we had a fishing boat to get out on the water! - schusm
Jul 2015 - $1.00
This is our home park and one of the best around. Sites are level and are on gravel with big grassy areas next to you and behind. There are some 50 amp sites but we are in 30 amp. All have full hookups and are back-in. You can wash your rig here and not pay money to do it. Park is very quiet. Verizon phone and Wi-Fi and Dish satellite work very well. There is breakfast on Sunday mornings and a nice pool. - rolling homeless
Jun 2015 - $14.00
Agree with previous review regarding lady in the office. A real put off. Felt like apologizing for bothering her. Was told to pick a spot. Was NOT told that not all spots were 50 amps, which we require. When called the office regarding this, was told to just go to each space and look to see which are 50 amps. Luckily we have a toad. Discovered only a few spaces are 50 amps.
It would appear there isn't anyone to enforce rules, i.e. pets on leashes and pool rules.
Wifi only works if you are close to the clubhouse. Our space was close and the Wifi worked well. Spaces close to the clubhouse are not level. Not sure about other carriers, but our Verizon was very spotty.
Do not go by GPS coordinates. Thank goodness for maps on our tablet. GPS would have had us in a field. On SmartPhones or tablets, O'Sullivan Sportsman Resort leads you right there.
Should mention we picked this campground as it had the best rating for the area and we had reservations for a tour at Hanford Reach National Monument. We will NOT come back. - vwbluestar
Sep 2014 - $1.00
This is a small Oasis in Eastern Washington but it is not a 9 or 10 park. Lots of grass and trees but some sites without trees for good satellite. Paved roads and gravel sites all are really backins but wide roads make access easy. AT&T and Verizon both work well. Very quiet at this time of year but can see how it would be very busy in the summer season. Would stay again. We are C2C Premier so no fee except tax on $10. - TedandJan
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Very mature setting. Huge trees. Paved roadways and gravel sites. Lots of grass. Decent privacy. Pod arrangement. Metal picnic tables and fire rings. No wifi. Definitely a destination campground (marine activities). Pricey, as out-of-state surcharge $5 and web reservation $8 were on top of campground fee. Would stay again. - WinnMac
Feb 2014 - $29.00
Another great Washington state park! Spacious and well laid out sites that offer full hook-ups at 60 sites. Other sites closer to the water are dry camping only, but there is a dump station in the park. They even have small sleeping cabins to rent. Park appears to be well kept even during the middle of the winter when we are the only ones here. Probably gets crowded during the summer. Still, looks like the best place to stay in the area. - SKP
Aug 2013 - $34.00
This park is an oasis of green in the desert of eastern WA. As you drive on the approach road through the harsh landscape you have no clue that this park will be lush and green with shade trees. The full hookup sites are large and are arranged as spokes around large, open central circles so backing into them is quite easy. The roads and sites are packed crush gravel and are reasonably level. The grass is green and thick because it is watered several days a week. The grounds were well kept and the grass had been freshly mowed when we arrived. Contrary to what was stated in the previous review, the utilities location was standard and easy to connect to. Verizon cell phone and internet service was acceptable but not as strong as one would like. Despite the trees, it was easy to get a satellite signal. All-in-all this was a fine example of a WA State park; they may not be inexpensive, but they are nice. - docj
Jul 2014 - $13.00
Very quiet, clean park. With Passport America rate it is really a good deal and less than half the price of the Pot Holes State Park almost next door. Manager very nice and so are the residents who are mostly sort of permanent. One even brought us a bowl of cherries. The place is a little hard to find, but once there, terrific. Address is Othello, but it is really closer to Moses Lake. - PALPJL
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Senior (55+) park for self contained RVs only. Community center, large sites with concrete slab, gravel and shed. Enough room for RV, car and boat. Power, water pressure good. Sewer connections at rear end of site. 20 more sites under construction. Managers very nice and helpful. Great value for this low rent. Pothole Reservoir with several boat launches nearby, great fishing for trout, walleye and bass. 25 min from Moses Lake with all major stores, restaurants, etc. - fulltimer126
Jun 2014 - $23.00
Very nice little park. The owners were very pleasant, friendly, and helpful. The campground is small and each site is a full hookup. There are no restrooms or showers but, that is fine with us. The area is quiet and nice. Potholes State Park is a mile away and the fishing (I'm told) is excellent in the area. The site we had was a little tight and narrow, and the trees prevented us from lowering our awning. Overall, my wife and I liked this little park and we will come again when we want to get out of town for a weekend. - User3557
Jun 2013 - $30.00
I give this place 10 stars for location and the friendly owners. There's no shade; although, there will be once the trees get bigger. There's no restroom or shower, but there is a small laundry across the street. It's a good place to crash for the weekend, and it's close enough to everything that it isn't boring. - SpeechlessinSoapLake
Jun 2011 - $20.00
I would give this park a higher rating if there were showers and a laundry room. I love the current managers, though they might be moving, so we decided not to stay longer. We had planned to stay long term, but we stayed two months because of that. It's a good location and quiet and clean, and for the price it's a good stay, if you're not planning a long term stay. - Speechless