7 Parks near Sprague, Washington
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Needed an overnight space close to the interstate and gave it a try. It worked OK. Owners are very friendly and definitely trying to make it work and keep clean along with their motel. With our 34' motorhome and tow we just fit in one site, it could work for for smaller rigs if needing an overnight spot. Train track not too far away if that kind of noise is an issue, with AC going never heard them. Not much else around. - RPWAINC
Oct 2016 - $45.00
We only stayed for one night, but absolutely loved it. We practically had the park to ourselves and it was beautiful. A little pricey, but the quiet beauty was worth it. - jensenly
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Decided to bypass Spokane and stay here for one night on the way to BC and the Okanagan Valley. Sure wish we'd picked another park.
It's in a lovely location on the lake, but the BNSF trains are frequent day and night.
Price included wifi access ($3) but was for W/E only. Sewer was extra. Well, we didn't need sewer for one night cause we could dump in the morning. Uh, no...there is NO dump station and if you want to dump, it's an extra $6, essentially a W/E/S site. Sewer system for the few FHU sites in the park is connected to the owner's house system.
Wifi was good. Owner turned it on after I paid our 3 bucks.
Site was grassy and nice - close to the lake, but no numbers on sites in the area we were assigned.
Owner complained about the high cost of "her" Internet, sewer system, getting mtce people to come out. I think that's why the price was high (and the fact that this park is the only show in town).
We would not stay here again. - DCM/JMB
Aug 2016 - $49.00
A nice park set on the north end of Sprague Lake. The park was clean. It was very quiet except for frequent long trains that run just across the lake. The lake is very scenic and offers fishing from the campground. Sites were fairly level and all grass. We'd stay again. - Navadabob
Jun 2015 - $36.00
To use showers it was $1.00 per 5 min. A little pricey for the cost of the site. The site had a great view of the lake and that is all I can say that is nice. There was fecal matter everywhere. Had to clear it out before I would let my dog lay outside. Buildings are run down, trash inconvenient to site, trains blew their whistle approx every 45 min all night long. To get to the camp was very inconvenient. Approx 7 miles off the hwy and 5 of it was dirt and rutted making the travel very rough. Would not stay there again. - grandmat
Jul 2014 - $25.00
Getting here was a little out of the way. The campground is about 7 miles on back roads off of Interstate 90. You go through the town of Sprague, WA and and the last few miles of travel is on dirt/gravel road. It is not convenient to any stores. But on the good side, every campsite has fantastic view of the lake and a lot of good fishing. But sorry to say, we could not enjoy it due to the fact the “Mayflies” had hatched and they were very annoying. - Robbie & Sandy
Jun 2010 - $35.00
What a joke after traveling on a gravel road, we were treated to trains blowing their horns all nightlong. The resort at the other end of the lake is much better. - Sparkee
Jul 2012 - $31.00
This park is really not set up well for tent trailers or tent camping. There is no place to dispose of waste water. So we, like our only neighbors just threw our grey water on the ground. We did not feel this was very safe or hygienic, but saw no alternative. We were led to our site by a man on a small electric cart. He gave us no information as to where the bathrooms or showers were located and we had to hunt around to find them. The bathrooms were reasonably clean but the shower room we used was dirty. We also were not happy to find that after walking over to the showers that you had to pay to use them. They take quarters, so we then had to hike over to the store and get change and then back to the showers. There was no mention of showers being coin operated when we checked in or on their website, and it felt insulting to us to be asked to pay for this service that is free at the other campgrounds we have stayed at. The bathrooms and showers are a ways from the camping area and not what I was consider conveniently placed. The lake was refreshing and seemed clean to enter off the boat dock. We used this park as a resting spot for the night on our trip from Glacier Nat. Park and Portland, OR. It was not as conveniently located as maps had suggested for a layover on this route. I could not recommend this for anyone using it for a similar trip. It looked like the RV's parked here had much nicer arrangement. - Maplestreet12
Jul 2010 - $30.00
The other reviews from past are still right on. I have a big rig (40') and was told there was "plenty of room." The site was a back in, told there was a table and fire pit. Not there. One was "taken" from a rental house saying they weren't supposed to have one, and drug over to site. Rear of my RV was within one foot of the unit behind me. Driving in was an experience I will NEVER forget: inches between my new RV getting damaged. Had to wait to have several cars moved from semi permanent residences to get TO the site. My awning when extended, was a foot from the neighbors rig. I had to wait until 5 different tent/pickup campers to pack up and leave from the grassy area across from my RV, before I could carefully navigate out of the park. I did have an escort to guide me in, but no help out. Took me 15 minutes to get about 50 yards out. (After waiting over 2 hours for others to leave, so I could leave.) If you are tenting, or have a small pickup camper, this is an OK park. If you have a trailer or motorhome, look somewhere else. Great park they just pack way too much into: to make more $$$. - kaptainkirk
Jul 2008 - $25.00
This park was s big disappointment. I had asked to reserve a pull through site, and apparently they don't know what a pull through site is. Also, the spot they put us in was barely long enough and so close to neighbors. There are a number of full-time manufactured units nearly, and vehicles that are parked there are a serious hindrance to safely backing into one's campsite. Really the only positive comment I have is that the restaurant is nice but the service was very slow. - Susan B
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Park is a set of 10 back-in sites in a large lot on W side of railroad tracks. On the night of our stay there was only one other RV, a trailer that looked like it had been there for awhile. There is a swimming pool and bathrooms but they were closed for the season during our stay. A handy place to stay overnight when you've got no other choice. Park is run by the Lions Club, payment is made via an iron ranger. - CousinEddie
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This is a small campground, with lots of full timers. Nice thing is lots of shade and centrally located for Cheney activities. Bad thing is bathrooms are old and unappealing. I would try to find another campground in the area. - G&S Smith
Jul 2016 - $25.00
We enjoyed our week stay at Peaceful Pines. We stayed at site 14 which had water and electric only. We had good satellite reception. They have good water pressure and the 50 amp service was good. The park has some full service and the rest are water and electric only. We love trains. Our site had a good view of BNSF and UP lines. At least 1 train per hour. Lots of trains. We will come back. Would have given a 10 rating if our site had a sewer hookup. - jo dee
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Lots of train noise. Small older park with large pines. Lots of signs warning dogs to stay off the grass. Dog area is dirt and weeds. Bathrooms old but very clean. Sites are small and close together. - 2blondes
Aug 2013 - $17.00
We stayed here overnight, twice. The facilities were clean. The RV sites are paved and level. - L Langman
Sep 2012 - $17.00
Could be a great place to go for the weekend! But the government employees do little to keep up the resort except mow and water. The buildings playgrounds and docks are nice, but the milfoil has infested this section of the lake and they do nothing to control it like the rest of the lake residents. And there are geese droppings everywhere you walk! The spots are okay...but could be wider. If your neighbor has slides be prepared to keep your awning in! - W. Bates