17 Parks near Plymouth, Washington
Jul 2015 - $25.00
No shade here on a windy bluff. Cash only. They turned out the lights in the laundry at 9pm while I was using it. Said they lock em up. Most sites were long term rentals. Our only choice was the front site near the truck noisy highway. Would not return here. - smoothsailin
Jan 2015 - $11.00
Great park and very friendly Owners! We really enjoyed our stay here! The owners of this park are super neat people, all sites are gravel and very spacious. We enjoyed our short stay here and will come back if ever in the area! - fusion34
Sep 2013 - $25.00
A very convenient spot when traveling in the Eastern end of the Columbia River area. All sites are gravel, but level and we'll laid out. Good spacing between sites with young trees in the right spots for future shade. Nice laundry facilities to serve their less transient clients. Certainly a park to keep in mind. - Dunwoodyradio
Aug 2016 - $27.00
This is the first time I have stayed at a COE campground and I have to say I was very impressed with what we found. Originally, I made our reservations on-line and after travelling for nearly 600kms it was very nice to be greeted by name as though we knew the hosts from a previous visit. The hosts continued to be very helpful and supportive throughout the stay.
Nearly all sites appear to be very level asphalt pull-though coming off either side of the asphalt loop road. Our was long enough to host our 40' 5er and full sized truck. The 50-amp power didn't work which I reported but everything else was in good working order. Each site has a large gravel patio with a picnic table and fire pit. Trees provide welcome shade for the heat of the day. There is no cable tv but we got about 12 OTA stations and satellite looks possible. No wi-fi anywhere but cell phone signals do reach. There is a small laundry room with one washing machine and one drier. A wash cycle turned out to be $1.25 and took about 35 minutes.
On the mens side the was one shower, two stalls and a couple of hand sinks. The bathrooms are slightly dated but clean and looked after. It is just a shame that some people seem unable to flush after using the toilets!
Whilst alongside the Columbia River, none of the sites can really be classed as riverside or river access. There is a small beach/swimming area and separate boat launch at a different section of the park.
There was some road noise from the I-82 and trains do pass within 800 yds but the noise of these was easily surpassed on a night by the cicadas. - Hutch333id
Aug 2016 - $13.00
Have to agree with previous reviewers! This is a beautiful spot! Nice and spacious sites, great electric service, good water pressure and quiet! There is a train track about a half mile away but is not noisy, unlike some other parks on the Columbia River. The hosts are so very helpful. We arrived without a reservation but they found a space for us. When our plans changed they were able to find another spot so that we could stay an additional three days. It is best to have a reservation through recreation.gov. This park stays very busy through the summer months. We will definitely stay here again. - Rick & Karen
Jul 2016 - $13.00
What a great little find this place is. We stumbled upon it but are spending three nights. The campsite is spacious with easy pull-through access. Full hookups and 30A/50A power. Gate and campground hosts are very friendly and helpful. We had no reservations, yet the lady worked to find us a perfect spot. Highly recommended! - Quahog
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This is a new and very nice, smaller RV park located just a few miles off of I-84 along the Columbia River. Roads and sites are paved with a grass strip and a small shade tree between each site. All sites, both pull-through and back-in, are full hookup with 20/30/50 amps. There are clean and modern bathrooms, showers, laundry, and a lounge/TV room in the office building. Check-in was pleasant and efficient, but they only take cash or check, no credit cards. The WiFi worked great! There is no pool nor playground but a city park and a swimming beach on the river are a short walk away along with lots of places to walk a dog. - JoyceM
Aug 2016 - $27.00
The spaces are large and level with large well-irrigated grassy areas surrounding. Some have little "privacy fences", while others are in the open. Some spaces are fully exposed to the sun while others enjoy shade from large trees.
The designated swim area beach was not terribly inviting; the shoreline was muddy and the water was murky. We swam to the west of the baseball diamond and the water was also murky there. There are many ducks hanging around; we showered right after the swim.
The WiFi is OK when the park clears out, then very poor when the park is full in the evenings.
The bathrooms are dated and generally adequately clean.
We spent three nights. We have no kids, no boat, and don't fish. Next time, we would use this park as a great place to stop for a night or two, but not as a resort destination to stay for a week. - Civilguy
Aug 2016 - $41.00
Perhaps the nices park we've.m stayed at. Huge spaces. Tons of room. Lots of grass. Right on the Columbia River. This will be a regular stop for us when we come through. - Ken Camp
Aug 2016 - $26.00
This is a beautiful park on the shore of the Columbia River. The grounds are well manicured with shade and green grass. Views of the river are exceptional. The sites are all back-ins with some big enough for big rigs. Full hookups at site with pretty decent WiFi. There is a marina, boat ramp, dump station, and playground. There is a little road and train noise but not bad at all. A very nice, quiet park to relax and enjoy the view. - Fire344
Jul 2016 - $32.00
The view sites (1-6) were all taken, but we had a pretty good view from across the lane in site 9. We liked the large expanse of grass, and the walk down to the river. We didn't like the noise level from nearby Interstate 82, but other than that the location is extremely convenient and pretty scenic. - Oregon52
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We loved our stay here! Beautiful trees and lawns, very relaxing. Just stayed put for a couple nights and enjoyed the scene. Also, our two dogs enjoyed getting to run on the river "beach." Umatilla isn't much, but this park is great, and a good value with full hook-ups, incl. 50amp! Sites 1-6 are along a sort of bluff overlooking the river - great! - CarrieBearie
Apr 2016 - $33.00
This is one of our favorite parks. It is not a fancy resort, no frills just a nice place to stay along the Columbia river. All the services work well. The WIFi is typical rv park. The manager and staff are very friendly and helpful. The roads are gravel as are the sites. There are both back-ins and pull thru's lots of space between. We have tried others in the area when traveling through but always come back to here. - JDR
Jul 2016 - $31.00
This park is located in an out of the small town in Oregon, but it has a heated pool, a break room with big screen TV and a exercise room with pool table. It was such a surprise! It is reasonably priced, too. The park is family operated and they are very helpful. The downside to this park is that there unsightly seasonal RVers here that spoil the look of the park. There are also no picnic tables at your site. - Perfection expected
May 2016 - $32.00
This used to be a nice park. As with so many parks, 90% of spaces have been converted to permanent/long term residents and the rules go out the window when this happens. Park is full of derelict rigs and way older than 10 years. The only shiny spot is the indoor pool and spa which closes at 7:30 PM. Management seems to have a so what attitude, and as long as the income maintains, they are happy. This was our last stay at this park. - A Wedding
Aug 2015 - $31.00
Park could use a little TLC. In its day was probably considered a resort, but I don't think so now. Pros: good for overnight stay, site and most of the roads were asphalted, didn't have to unhook, they did have full hook ups, and staff was super friendly. Cons: not too much around, lots of workers and permanents, looked like all the water connections leaked. Camped here in a motorhome, would not stay here again. - Lucky Lady from Florida
Jun 2007 - $30.00
The manager was easy to deal with. The park is mostly gravel covered. It was a nice quiet park. - two
Oct 2014 - $27.00
Park is a lovely oasis in the middle of the Columbia river. Lots of grass, boating opportunities, etc but the facilities are fairly old. It was very windy when we were there but we'll be back. Sites further way from the water are less windy. - clecogirl
Jun 2013 - $27.00
An island in the sun! Surrounded by the magnificent Columbia River, the grounds are manicured and enjoy a variety of mature trees. Stellar maintenance - kudos to Benton County! - Excellence
Apr 2013 - $27.00
A very nice park with nice grounds and nice camp sites. There's also a day use area and boat ramp. The only down side is there's a lot of nearby train traffic both day and night. - redwing282
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Thanks for a very enjoyable, three night stay Wine Country RV. The excellent staff was laid back and helpful. A woman checking out lost one of the key cards to pool, showers, etc. and said she would mail it if found. The clerk told her not to worry about mailing it since the stamp was 47 cents and a new card was just a few cents. The lobby had a great wine bar and wine tasting hosted by an area vintner the evening we arrived, but we were too late to participate. Lots of nice trees, beautiful lawn that felt good on bare feet, a sparkling clean pool we enjoyed several times, and spotless facilities. They even had a small putting green and horseshoes. Prosser is a picture perfect, bicycle friendly little town on the Yakima river. We will be back. - BrdNStv
Jul 2016 - $40.00
We have stayed here before the current ownership change and always loved it. This time we experienced issues. We could never get their Wi-Fi to work except when in the office and the staff didn't seem to care that it wasn't working. We also went to sit in the spa/hot tub and were greeted with cold water and jets that weren't working, again the staff seemed disinterested. There was at least one restroom that was out of service for our entire 5 day stay. And it has always bugged me that you have to pay to use the showers. - DadOf3
Jul 2016 - $36.00
A very nice RV Park. THe buildings and picnic area is very nice and well maintained. The spaces are a very nice size and the layout of the park is very efficient. - Tschachers
May 2016 - $34.00
Very strange park. 95% of the park are permanent residents, some sites very sketchy. Some scary with ugly dogs. They had only four sites for overnighters. The overnight sites were lovely with decent spacing, nice flowers, beautiful grass and level paved parking. These sites are together in a nice location. Included Wi-Fi was excellent. Great water pressure. Nice office staff. - rjallred
Apr 2016 - $18.00
This is a nice clean park. Most of the sites are pull through with concrete pads and grass between sites. The sites are nicely spaced.
The restrooms were very clean with private shower and toilet area.
The park has a deck overlooking the Yakama River, nice place to site and read.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. - lovingit
Apr 2016 - $35.00
We just bought a new fifth wheel (Cougar 333MKS) and went to Beach for the shake down trip (we got coupons from our RV dealer for a free night). The park was about 3/4 full of full-timers and workers, the majority older and somewhat run down rigs. Certainly not what we were expecting.
Our site was a paved pull-through and was bordered by grass strips (about 10 to 12 feet between sites). Thankfully there was no one on either side. The manager was nice and attentive. However, for a place in the heart of Washington's wine country we were expecting and hoping for much better. - dcline97