Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $25.00
Well, about the best things I can say about this park is that the folks at the other end of the phone at Parks and Recreation tried their utmost to make things work; and , there is a beautiful park with ball fields just across a small street that has a measured jogging path around it. Arrived and found someone parked in my spot but couldn't find owner so called the number on the welcome board (no attendant, self-service). Was offered another spot which proved an amenable solution, and actually spoke with my reserved site residents later who did not seem to concerned. Gravel/stone sites, nearly level; 30a power spot on at 120v; you definitely need a pressure reducer on the water spigot! Lots of antenna TV channels and Verizon worked pretty well. Property itself is in need of major tree trimming and weed/plant removal. Looks like it is an afterthought to the Parks and Rec maintenance building which forms the front of the property. Most issues would probably go away if there was a camp host on site. Would stay here again, if I had to, but would look for another option first. We camped at Pullman RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $20.00
We enjoy this park. Next to WSU and downtown Pullman. Recently remodeled to accommodate our three slides. Basic gravel sites, level, utilities near the rear. Great for overnight or when visiting your WSU student. Playfields next to park. No amenities (other than hookups?) We camped at Pullman RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $25.00
Very basic park: level gravel lot. It is the only choice with full hookups in the Moscow/Pullman area. I wouldn't return. There was trash on the ground beside our site. Not bad, just basic. We camped at Pullman RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Very basic campground a few blocks from city center and the Washington State University campus. Gravel lot with some shaded sites. Tent area has portable toilets. Most sites are 30 amp, some are only 20 amp service. Seems to be the only RV campground in the immediate area. We camped at Pullman RV Park in a Travel Trailer.