18 RV Parks near Spokane, Washington
May 2017 - $45.00
First of all it's not a campground. RV parking with utilities. If you are looking for RV parking to hook up and crash in Spokane this is the place. A lot of concrete and asphalt, compact, with few trees. We stayed here with our 25' travel trailer while helping our daughter move in Spokane. The place is clean and tidy. No RVs with plywood skirts and 100 gallon propane tanks that have not moved in 5 years. So you don't have that. But it's not a place you want hang around either. Crash and dash. They advertise cable TV. But there was no cable in our site, and over air channels were poor. I get better major network channels 65 miles away. The WIFI didn't work, at least with the password they wrote on my check in sheet. Showers are clean but spartan. No seating, no shelves in the shower, just kind of minimal. Bit of a mix up with our site. On-line I said I was bringing a 25' trailer but they didn't allow any length for a tow vehicle so they had me assigned to a 30' back in space. They said I could park the tow in an adjacent site, which was OK as I planned to unhitch anyway. But if we were doing a "park and go" I would not have been happy with the arrangement. So it is what it is. - RnBRV
Aug 2016 - $53.00
Stayed two nights in a 43' coach. Check-in was smooth. Distance from I-90 thru local traffic but manageable. Level concrete, pull-thru site. Interior roads are paved and grass is immaculate. Nice doggy park with a supply of doggy bags. Park location is in the suburbs within easy reach of restaurants and shopping. - RTM
Aug 2016 - $53.00
Really a nice park. All cement pad and patio. Plenty of space with grass all around the site. No dust at all. Yes it is a new campground but they are taking very good care of it. Not much shade yet but it was not a problem for us.
The only issue we had was when you try to exit the campground. You have to cut across heavy traffic to turn into a parking lot to head back to town or go about a mile out of the way in the wrong direction before turning.
Other than that it was one of the better campgrounds we have stayed in. We would stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2016 - $26.00
I reviewed this park almost a year ago to the day, and a few changes that I need to talk about that were on the positive side.
The dust wasn't nearly as bad in the camping area because they had watered it and the grass/weeds were actually green and mowed. This made for a more dust controlled environment.
The maintenance workers and so forth for the fairgrounds, still raced through the gravel area and they could've slowed down a little bit more for a more dust controlled environment.
But overall our stay was pleasant. The 50 amp power worked great. The water pressure you definitely need a regulator, runs at about 95 psi. The dump area was clean overall.
I'll come back if need be.
Just drive in slow, and exit slow for the enjoyment of others. - monaco cruiser
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Stayed 5 nights. No one else there. Just a cheap place to stay near downtown. Easy off ramp off I-90. - Dan Md
Aug 2015 - $26.00
Don't expect much, but it's dry, semi dusty, because people don't slow down place to park. The park is on the backside of the fairgrounds and has hookups but no sewer. Does have a dump station. The price is right and they gave us the fourth night free(they have our vote). - monaco cruiser
Jun 2009 - $36.00
We needed a place to stay for one night only and this was located just outside of Spokane near the airport. The location was convenient, however for the price, it was really not a great place to stay. It's actually a motel with 2 small RV parks behind it. The motel has a cabin-like look to them on the exterior and looked clean and homey from the road. One of the RV areas is for older RV's. It looked like there were several long term residents parked there. We stayed in the area which was reserved for newer RV's. They said there was a pull-through lot, but we didn't see one. It only had maybe 7 spots or so, but you would be crammed in tight together if it was full. We happened to be in there with only one other RV, so it was relatively private that particular night. A plus about the park is it is in amongst the trees, so it has the feel of not being right in or around a city, but there is absolutely no privacy from space to space. The mosquitoes were horrible while we were there and we couldn't eat outside at all. They said they had Wi-Fi, which was part of why we were willing to pay the higher price, however it was very spotty and didn't come in much at all, a big disapointment. I am not sure we would stay there again. The spaces were also pretty uneven, I can't imagine parking a really large RV there. We were in a 28 foot travel trailer and it was difficult to even it up. - User804
Jun 2017 - $59.00
This was a nice little park for an overnight stay, although a little off the beaten path from I-90. But $58.00 is too steep which includes $5.00 non resident deposit and $8.00 for entrance fee. $39.00 a night would have been more in line for the quality provided. The hosts were very friendly and helpful, the scenery was nice, and the restrooms were adequate. - Colorado Vagabond
May 2017 - $35.00
The spaces are small and poorly defined. The majority of spaces are on a single level of grass, with no visible division between spaces. They are not level from front to back. The park's common area is immediately adjacent. Most spaces don't have a fire ring - though some do. I couldn't figure out why some places had one but my site didn't. I found the campground staff to be a little less than competent. When I checked in, they didn't know whether or not the space was still occupied. I checked in after the appointed time, and they don't know if the space is open? It was Memorial Day weekend. Strangely, some spaces were never filled. The park is right on the Spokane River. Most of my fellow campers were very nice and helpful. Some were drunk or stoned. Despite the holiday weekend, there was no enforcement of park rules. I had to personally confront three campers who were playing a lawn bowling game through my campsite. That's just not acceptable. I would never stay here again. Most Washington State Parks are good to great. Nine Mile Falls is a bad exception to the rule. - SeaTeacher
Apr 2017 - $35.00
Really cool park, and close to town, and plus & minus with that. What we like was close to airport for conference, and wanted to camp close by. Our site was on the river, and all are on lower loop. Bring a bike, or hiking boots. Also close by in a golf, and discus golf. Sites are level, good cell, clean restrooms. Early season, so not a lot of staff. This place must be full all season in the summer. The river run through here fast, but very cool. Would visit again. - NXTSTOP
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Swing wide into entrance, very tight. Mostly permanent residents. Friendly and helpfull staff. - Gmlm96
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Tight entrance; ok for our 30', don't know if I would try a 40'...friendly staff; freeway noise but no problem inside coach; full h/up and good WiFi included, great location if you want to be near the city, decent value for your $$, would stay again. - Buck44
Jul 2012 - $39.00
The owners of this place have put some money in and made some improvements! The "perms" are either gone or were made less obvious somehow. The RV park is behind a vintage bungalow motel. The grass and flowers in the center of the "RV circle" were very pretty. I must give one "heads up" for one major driving issue. If the motel is full, and there are lots of cars, you have to play "thread the needle" to weasel your RV through the cars to get to the RV section. I held my breath and I'm in a Class C! I'd hate to watch Class A's do this, although there were some Class A's here during my stay. Also, the sites are rather close together. So, if you stay here, just hope your neighbors are decent. The owners are very nice and will help you get in your space, as it's a bit tight weaseling around the RV section. I didn't use the WiFi or cable, so can't comment. The $39 I paid is with taxes and Good Sam discount. Yes, a bit pricey for what you get. But the location is good if you are attending an event at the Fairgrounds, or if you want access to mass transit. There are other RV parks in Spokane area along Sprague Avenue, but. Let's just say this is your best option if you want to be in Spokane and not in the outlying areas. - DXSMac
Sep 2016 - $35.00
We were there only one night. This is not a destination park; however, it is close to downtown, in our case the hospitals. We were in site#90, it was very level, but difficult to back due to the narrow access road. Since the site was wide enough for both the tow car and the motorhome it was achievable. Would we stay again? Yes it close to town and it was quiet. - Tod7
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Very nice people. Tidy park. Shade trees, grass between sights. Playground! Next to interstate but we did NOT hear road noise. Only a couple 50amp @ $45. Most are 30amp and we were darn lucky it wasn't in the 90s like the week before! Claim pull thrus are 55' but everything is so narrow and tight and parking in streets that they should not accept anything over 38 and it's still tight to get your truck or toad in with you! Lousy wifi. Nice people but we won't be back with our 43' mh. - sawdustsal
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Bathrooms were closed down, when they advertised bathrooms. The WiFi didn't work either. They also said they had a swimming pool. No swimming pool. When I called to discuss these grievances, after she said she was new at this she hung up on me, and then wouldn't answer her phone. She was originally rude to my husband when he tried to make the reservation, too. She blamed the bad reviews on the old management. Here's her very own bad review. The place was also dirty and crowded. - Sarah Vail
May 2017 - $1.00
This park is located for an easy on and off I90. It is quiet and clean. You can buy propane here. We arrived on Mother's Day and were given a flower and two pastries. That was nice! Unfortunately the site was quite wet and muddy which is not something they can control easily and something not to be concerned about in the summer months. We would stay here again. - rolling homeless
Aug 2016 - $10.00
We stayed here through Coast to Coast at $10 a night and were not charged any up charges. The park is on the edge of a residential area but was nice and quiet. Our site R13 was very narrow, we could not extend our awning all the way. The hookups were good and worked well. The park is neat and well kept. Convent place to stay to visit Spokane. - houseonwheels
Aug 2016 - $2.00
Our second stay here and we were just as impressed as the first time around. Great location with easy access to I-90, shopping and restaurants. Super friendly staff, easy to get around camp and the sites are very nice. Great water pressure too. - Dedra C
Jun 2017 - $55.00
Staff was friendly and helpful. Even stopping by a nearby dog groomer and picking up contact info for us just because we inquired about one. The park is beautifully landscaped and clean. The only problem is the width of the sites. The park looks like it was designed before slide outs were prevalent. Several of our slides were in contact with the bushes and we had to duck around the slides on the patio side. I would stay here again - Markra
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Rate based on monthly plus electricity. Our 4th year to visit as we visit in April and October. Park is very well managed and hetting better by the year. Many trees have been trimmed allowing for more room for the bigger rigs. Clubhouse is complete, tiny homes are done, great wifi and cable TV. Cookies on arrival along with a dog treat. Great dog run along with dispose bags. Clean office, pool and restrooms. A welcoming staff. We enjoyed our stay. - rdmike
Aug 2016 - $57.00
ARVE has some impressive landscaping between each site - thick grass, shrubs, trees, paver-brick patio for picnic table. Roads and RV sites are asphalt and level. Facilities all look new and clean - code-keyed restroom/shower rooms, indoor pool, outdoor patio/fire place, clubhouse, laundry, playground, etc. Another plus is they sell RV propane, which the majority of campgrounds don't do anymore. Downside as others have reviewed is most sites are narrow and not long enough. Our 31' RV & compact car barely fit on one of their 'premium' 65' pull-thrus? At least we were charged $57, so I assume that's what we got. Most big RVs with slideouts on both sides had at least one pushing into a tree or shrub. - OTR-again
Oct 2016 - $22.00
We have utilized this membership park previously when visiting family in the area. On arrival we were met by the very friendly and efficient camp hosts and checked in very quickly and we picked out a fairly level back in graveled site. Spacing between sites is adequate and the large turning area is also very nice. Excellent water pressure and 30 or 50 amp power located at the rear of the site is very consistent . We would definitely stay again. We were not able to access the park internet but it did not matter as we had our own hotspot. - run2
Aug 2015 - $22.00
The site was gravel & fairly level. The campground wasn't too far off the interstate and only has electric & water and a dump station. You have to be an Elk member to use this, great for an overnight stop. - SGF
Sep 2014 - $18.00
Must be an Elk to use lodge parking. Great location to get around from. Stayed there one more day than planned because of the location. 30-50 amp electricity and water at 23 sites. Covered picnic overlooking the town and mountains they will let you use their washer/dryer in lodge. While there is no sewer there is an onsite dump station with easy access I used it twice. WiFi actually worked but there were only 5 rigs in the park when I was there. I use my phone hotspot most of the time. Nice bar of course and we had dinner there one night. I drive a 40 foot rv. I can only give an overall grade of 8 to any site that does not have sewer connection at the pad. But other than that this is a 10 site. - Gilbert & Gail
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This is my second year as camphost at Fairchild, and we absolutely love the grounds. The weather is beautiful, it is very quiet, and access to Spokane is easy. Fairchild has been a work in progress, but we are pleased at the updates! Please remember when camping at an RV park, many hosts are not paid 24/7, so utilizing the phone to ask questions is great if they are not on site (new phone!). - Camphost16
Aug 2016 - $13.00
We stayed here for a month for $380.00. We were looking for a safe place to leave our RV for a few days while we did an Alaskan cruise and in that respect it worked out well.
It's a nice quiet, secure, friendly park.
The local commander apparently does not have the fam camp on his priority list. There is lots of dead grass and stickers surrounding the park our dogs had to tread lightly.
The spaces are tight and the sewer hook ups are right outside your door. The sewers have no threaded connections and require a rock or board to stay in. We had to open the valves only part way to prevent the sewer from backing up, so draining the tanks took a while. Only part of the machines worked in the laundry and when the coin boxes are full it takes a day or two for accounting to come empty them if you can find the camp host to notify them. The camp host was friendly and accommodating but difficult to contact most of the time. If in the area again I would opt for a commercial campground. - pheasantplucker57
Jul 2016 - $20.00
We arrived in early afternoon on a Monday and had several spaces to choose from. By Wednesday there were RVs in the overflow area. The camp host is very nice and informative. Did not go into the restrooms or laundry. Camp host said the laundromat machines are not working well. Wifi is so bad they might as well not have it. Verizon cell and hotspot worked fine. Antenna-TV was good. Place is very quiet with not much airplane traffic. See tips for how to find Rambo Gate to get in. We missed the gate and had to go in the main gate where the guards were very nice and accommodating, just warning us to come in Rambo next time. We would definitely stay again. - all4pets