4 Parks near Pomeroy, Washington
Starbuck, Washington (map) | (509) 399-2056
Sites: 33 | Latest Rate: $25.00 | 14 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Very quiet park in the Palouse area of Washington. Wide pull-thru sites. Green grass & large shade trees on about half the sites. Park is kept up very well. - Nike
Jul 2016 - $25.00
What a great find. Very clean facility with wonderful large green grass areas including at our site.
The camp host was outstanding and very helpful. - daa10496
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a hidden jem, Granted it's in the middle of nowhere. Nice big sites.
Most of the sites are long pull toughs. Lots of space between sites.
It's clean and well maintained.
Were here during the week and very few here. Extremely quite.
Camp host was the nicest fellow.
There is no cell service what so ever.
Good WiFi provided.
Most sites should be able to get Satelite. - traveler1952
May 2010 - $24.00
We camped here for four nights early in the season so there were only a few other campers there. The Manager was exceptional. Very helpful though they take a day off on Mondays and are a little difficult to reach. The store seemed well stocked though we didn't really use it much. The sites were clean, level, with all utilities very functional. The entire area is treed and right along the Snake River below the Lower Granite Dam. There is a small beach area, a marina, as well as very nice day use facilities. There are paved paths along the river going both upriver and down. We hiked both directions. Upriver takes you right up to the dam. There is a nice visitor center on the other side of the river at the dam. It's a little complicated to cross the dam, because you have to be escorted. Don't try to take a big camper across the dam because the route is a bit circuitous. The restroom/shower facilities were old, but clean and in good repair. Laundry facilities were minimal and old. Overall a very enjoyable camping experience for us. - Idaho Traveler
Oct 2006 - $28.00
This is a very nice campground which is well shaded, and is part of a marina on the banks of the Snake River not far from Pullman, WA. We stayed two nights in the off season, and still the park was pretty much full. During the summer this place could get real hot, and windy. There is only one road in, and it can be very steep and windy. That's the bad part. The good part is that this is a really nice place to stay. Most of those staying are probably fishing the Snake River. There are "Premium sites", regular sites, and sites with partial hookups. We used this as a base while attending a football game at Washington State University. Warning...the students at WSU know about this place, and in April and May will come here to hit the beach and party. They won't bother anyone in the campground. - mrhddh
Jun 2013 - $26.00
Beautiful park on an island in the Snake River. Full hook ups and no annoying cell phone coverage or TV signal. If you want a quiet peaceful place to camp this is it. Staff was wonderful and stopped by multiple times just to visit and asked if there was anything they could do for us. Grounds and restrooms were perfectly clean and well groomed. They do water on certain days and the park workers come by to remind you and check to see that nothing will get wet. After dark the bugs do come out, but thats to be expected camping near the water. We can't wait to make it back here to camp again. - User3213
Sep 2012 - $26.00
We enjoyed our stay at Chief Timothy. The park was clean, had a very friendly manager, lots of green lawns and adequate privacy between the many pull through spaces. There are lots of trees and shade. The park is not modern or fancy but has full hook ups, paved roads and sites, as well as plenty of room for most rigs. There is no Wi-Fi and we could not get a 3G connection either. The park is located in a canyon like area so when vehicles travel by on the highway the noise can be annoying because it deflects off the canyon wall. When there is no traffic it is a very quiet and peaceful place. But again we were there in the off season and nearly had the place to ourselves. The manager said they get very busy during the peak season times so keep that in mind. We would come back. - ChrisO83
Jun 2012 - $29.00
This is a really nice COE park, although, as has been noted, the federal Senior Pass is not accepted. The large, paved, pull-through sites are arranged along the road so you do not have anyone near you when you are sitting outside. There is a small beach and playground for kids. Hookups are 30A. There are lots of trees and we couldn't get satellite reception, but that might have been because of the mountains on either side of the river and not the trees. If that's the case, probably none of the sites will a get satellite signal. We did have a strong Verizon signal and it was in the ~1 Mbps range. The work-kampers who checked us in were very friendly. - docj
Aug 2010 - $29.00
This park is owned by the Army Corps of Engineers and leased/operated by CLM (California Land Mgmt). At least up to last year. Now new stating the park will not be open for 2011. (Don't know if Army or CLM is dropping.) This was a top 100 family rated park in the US! Now closing? The spaces are all paved, well spaced, electric (30 amp only). A little short for hot summers, water and sewer available, as is fire pits, picnic tables and dumpsters close by. Firewood, ice, limited supplies available for fee. Clean restrooms/showers. (Coin op showers.) Great bass fishing at the park. Has free boat ramp for campers, large grassy areas for pets, kite flying, picnic lunches, tenting, etc. Very quiet, warm and clear skies, hiking. Signs in park say rattlesnakes are around. Have camped here for years and have not seen one. Snake river is a mile wide (or close to it). Only snake I have seen. Deer are frequently seen in park. Write to the Corps to keep open: so you can stay here and enjoy! - kaptainkirk