4 Parks near Richland, Washington
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Beautiful, well maintained park Clean, modern, great convenience store, quiet, and great wi-fi. There seems to be lots of long term campers, but I think they are contractors working at Hanford (they have clean, well-maintained RV's) - bendoregonrv
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Stay here for one night wish we could have stayed longer in one of the 241 sites. In addition to the nice large grass area between the easy to get into sites, they offer breakfast from 5am to 11am - now this is not a home cooked breakfast but heated up burritos, potatoes or tornados (didn't try their biscuits or gravy) plus regular deli items. Oh yea, it offered 97 cable TV channels. Check-in package included address, telephone and directions to nearby hospitals, doctors and vet. Also package included addresses and telephone numbers of golf courses, churches and other nearby attractions. - theallde
Aug 2015 - $35.00
It's a big park, very clean and well maintained. Water pressure was good (btw, we had discovered that by changing our water filter in the RV our water pressure gotten much much better!).
They have cable packages and videos for "rent", you pay $2 for a movies that you get back when you return than movie.
They have few facilities for bathrooms/shower/laundry combination, they are very clean and look very nice.
They got a lot of green nice grass everywhere, so no matter where your site is you can be sure you'll have more than just a small piece.
We spent there only 2 nights and heard from others that their pool is really great and that they also have a hot tub.
Even though they have restrictions about dogs as every park has, they were not looking for trouble, we were able to have our dog be off leash just so we can play Frisbee with her and let her have some exercise, as I said before they got a lot of green grass everywhere.
They also have volleyball, horseshoe and shuffle board, they had a very nice fenced in dog area with very nice green grass, that you could wash your dog there too.
Last thing is that they have mini-mart, similar to when you stop at a gas station one. - MikeMayNaama
Oct 2015 - $18.00
Park is clean and safe with speed bumps to keep drivers from driving too fast. I needed two tanks of propane filled, left them at the filling station and went back to my rig. Half hour later when I went outside, there they were filled and delivered to my doorstep and added to my bill in the office. They have a great pool and hot tub but they were closed for the season.
All lawns were cut and looked great. They have water electric sewer cable and HIGH speed internet at every site.
Our stay was extended so we got the monthly rate plus electricity. We were buying a home and needed internet and theirs is the BEST. - Kuntry Kuzin
May 2015 - $25.00
Stayed 11 weeks while working at at Columbia NGS. Different layout with RV/Trailers parallel to streets, giving private fenced grassy yard. Well kept, yards trimmed and mowed every week, nice shade tree in each space. Street orientation allows for good satellite reception. Quiet, lots of working class people, several full timers. Manager is a heavy internet use savvy and all sites have hard-wired high speed internet. Bring your wireless router. Stream movies to your TV. Had to buy a connecting Cat 5 cable long enough to go from the RV to the Utility box ($10.00 from manager). Nice clubhouse with a big pool (summer only). Small BBQ/grassed park area. Not in a pedestrian friendly area, No easy foot access to a corner store. No sidewalks along the busy road, which is the only reason I rated it a 9. Local bus access is about a 10 minute walk from the park along busy road with no sidewalks. A little daytime noise from a nearby rail spur, almost no traffic noise. Extremely nice manager and family. Only been there for a couple of years and working very hard to have a 1st class park. Would definitely stop there anytime in the area. - starsekr
Sep 2014 - $12.00
Rate reflects monthly rate, we stayed here in our 39ft fifth wheel. This is a true big rig friendly park, plenty of room to navigate and the private fenced yards are the best idea I've ever seen in an RV park! Host was great and even set us in, helped us hook up and the electric Rv mover they use is really cool! The internet is hard wired so each site has it's own connection, bring a router and you can stream movies right to your trailer! We stayed for a little over 2 months and will be back in the spring, we highly recommend Moon River, it is the best park that we have stayed in! - fusion34
Oct 2015 - $1.00
We kayaked out and spent the night. Beautiful and peaceful. Lots of waterfowl and wildlife. Bring bug juice - lots of skeeters here. - clecogirl
Apr 2016 - $30.00
nice park but tight parking; good location, highway noise but not bad inside coach; 12 hrs of wi-fi service included & works good; full hook-ups. - Buck44
May 2012 - $27.00
Easy access from the highways. Park was built in the 50's and spaces are TIGHT. Our 40' Class A fit in one spot but our lawn chairs and awnings had to be in the adjacent spot. The park was not full and this was not a problem. Our site required that we put one set of duals on 1" blocks so that we didn't lift the tires off the ground while levelling. Parking areas are asphalt but there are some trees. Attendant had to do some trimming before we could put out our slides and I climbed onto the roof and did some more trimming to keep branches from rubbing on the roof. No major branches that were going to damage anything. Attendant was friendly. There appear to be a lot of permanent guests. Washers and dryers worked great and laundry area was clean. We stayed two nights. The park was a good value for our needs. We would stay there again, if there was room to use two spots. We were in what they probably called a pull-thru but it was easier to back into the spot. - BertD
Mar 2012 - $27.00
Rate shown Good Sam discount. Site was an unlevel paved pull-through. Entire campground is paved with some trees. My site had a problem with the sewer outlet as it was higher than the drain on my rig. Office gave me the choice of choosing another site or using another sewer outlet at an unoccupied site in the morning. Excellent cable TV with an extensive selection. When I asked the office about Wi-Fi, I was given a username and password. When I logged in it showed it to be a pay for use, but I wasn't charged anything. However there was a time limit of 12 hours and once I logged out my free session was finished. In any case the Wi-Fi worked fine. - Onemoretrail