1 Park near Prosser, Washington
Jun 2015 - $39.00
Very clean park, great welcome at desk, informative host. Lawns are quite nice, weeds that last reviewer talked about were cleaned up. Showers cost 25 cents for 5 minutes and they are beautiful, everything in one room for each user. We would drive out of the way to stay here again, instead of in Yakima or at the tribal park in Toppenish which is the same price. - saturn7
May 2015 - $39.00
Having stayed here soon after we first got our RV 3 years ago & enjoyed very much, we eagerly looked forward to this return trip. However, much to our dismay, the first site they put us in was both too short & the power box too far forward. The next site was better though still had to be more forward. The grass was filled with weeds & appeared not to have been cut for a while. For late May, we were surprised how relatively empty (except for the permanent residents) it was. Maybe that's why the upkeep was below par. Used our own jetpack for WiFi, good Verizon service. Didn't use pool or showers.
The freeway noise is not too bad if the windows are closed; also the occasional train whistle though it didn't disturb sleep. We'll still come back because we enjoy the wineries, just a different level of expectation. - nw explorers
May 2015 - $40.00
This is nice park located conveniently in the Washington wine country. We were warmly greeted upon arrival and our receptionists provided an abundance of good info about the local wineries. The sites are predominantly pull thru with concrete runners to park on. Site length was tight for accommodating a 39' rig and truck. Site width is generous and the placement of all utilities convenient. Cable was decent. WiFI was ok. The park is well maintained and we would definitely go back again. - Born2Roam