The positive aspects of this Park were the accommodating, personable owner, the book and DVD loans, the free showers, the quiet nights, the almost rural setting at the back end of the park, and the availability of TV channels with the roof top antenna. The owner has recently purchased the next door property and is in the process of making more and larger sites available. The current washroom/shower building is older and in need of thorough careful cleaning, and the free Wifi is not blazing fast as someone indicated previously and can be slow to almost zero at times. The current sites are small and can be hard to get into with large units, and the speed bumps should be crept over carefully. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park. The owner is friendly and very helpful. The park is clean and well maintained. At first glance this park would appear to be your typical in town long term RV park mostly filled with long term residents, and this is true to some extent. The long term residents mostly live around the perimeter, with the center pull through spaces reserved for short term renters. There is a mix of grassy and gravel sites with good working full hookups. There is shade at some but not all of the spaces. We were lucky enough to get one with shade. Most RV sizes should fit although some larger fivers might have to jockey some. Although some of the long term residents are in older RVs most of them are clean and for the most part not cluttered. The owner has gone a long way to rid he park of trouble makers and trash. We only encountered friendly people who spoke highly of the owner and his effort at removing the trouble makers. We enjoyed quiet nights and heard not a single raised voice or argument. The restrooms / showers are huge, clean, and free. The on site laundromat is clean and well maintained, and reasonably priced, 1.25 per load to wash and .75 to dry. Free book, video-tape, and DVD exchange in the laundry. The Wi-Fi is blazing fast and stable. Garbage disposal is convenient. Although not gated the park is fully fenced and somewhat hidden behind a self storage barn. There are security cameras all around and the owner lives on site. Watch out for the speed bumps. As a small in town non-resort park I honestly can not say enough good about this park. If we ever pass though the area again we will not hesitate to stay here. The $17.00 per night rate is based on the park's $120.00 weekly rate. The park also offers a $300.00 monthly rate with electricity paid separately. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $12.00
About 10 pull-throughs. Very quiet and a little snug. Owners very friendly and helpful. Price is Passport America. Stayed twice this month from Idaho to N Washington and back. Definitely on our list passing through. Wi-Fi was adequate. Cash or check. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $24.00
A little park surrounded by the town. A bit snug getting into a space, but adequate. Beautiful green lawn and well-kept. The "hidden" speed bumps are a surprise, so beware! Worked for us after a 200+ drive. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $24.00
This is a small but attractive RV park in the center of Yakima Valley wine country and a bargain at $24. There are two individual bathrooms with shower/toilet/sink, and a nice laundry area with 3 washers and 3 dryers (and inexpensive at $1.25 a load to wash). Also a nice book/video exchange in the laundry. All the facilities are very clean and well maintained. The sites around the edges of the park are gravel, with 5 grassy sites in the center in front of the office and laundry. Wi-fi a little slow, but usable. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $12.00
We stayed here in a 40' four slide motorhome with a tow vehicle using our Passport membership. A very nice, small, quiet park. Well kept. Full hookups. Wi-Fi slow. Speed bumps are very high. Even going very slow, items were bounced around. Sites are close but usable and our site had a table. We were in site 28, pull through. Self check-in. Cash or Check only. We would stay here again. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.
We visited this park several years ago and it has been vastly improved!! Safe, quiet, close to town, and very clean and orderly. I would and will stay here again under Passport America. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Relatively new owners, RVers themselves, have upgraded the park to a beautiful state, and are some of the nicest, most friendly and helpful folks we've ever met. Grass pull-throughs or gravel back-ins, some shaded, all nicely landscaped and maintained. Very nice laundry and huge DVD and VCR tape lending library. This will be the place to stay whenever we're in the area (major wineries to explore) or passing through. All this and PPA rates too. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $12.00
Located in a rural area next to a farm, nice to hear roosters in the morning the park has only a few sites open for overnighter's the rest appear to be either for storage (saw few people) or a few people staying for long periods. The place was clean and the owner helpful, the WiFi worked and the power was good. It is far enough of the interstate to reduce noise, but not a problem or a long way back in the morning. The site was a bit off level and required us to unhook but was very quiet. We would certainly use this place again as a stop on our way south. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $10.00
Friendly small park in a small town. As others have posted the sites are small and tight. They are either grass or gravel and are level. The distance between rigs is about 6 feet, so having an awning extended will probably hit the unit next to you. We stayed during the week, and it was dead quiet all night. The units that appear to be permanent are workers from various projects being built in the surrounding areas. The WI-FI was steady and strong and no extra charges. The place is small, but the look is clean and the owner is friendly and very helpful. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
I wish I could give this place a better review but it suffers from two problems. First, it really isn't that suitable for anything much over 32-34 feet, it is very tight. Second, the permanent "residents" in this place are a pretty "rustic" lot, if you get my meaning. The owners obviously have tried to make this place nicer but it is still full of shabby trailers and people who like to conduct domestic brawls at 1AM in the morning, which happened while we were there. Frankly, Sunnyside is a pretty shabby place too, so I'd have to recommend that wine country visitors go a little further down the road to Prosser or Richland. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for a nice smaller park with a family atmosphere to stay in, this is the place for you. We have been here for a few months now and absolutely love it. The owners have really worked hard to make this a nice, quiet, beautiful park for all to enjoy, whether short term or extended stays. We noticed some comments mentioned the size of the sites. They are not unreasonable and are kept especially nice with many having picnic tables and fire pits, as well as a great laundry facility and play area for the kids. There are also large restroom facilities with showers that do not take quarters, which is a huge plus. We Highly recommend. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
New owners are working hard to improve this campground. Many sites have improved pedestals and water connections. Campground is quiet and pet friendly. Restrooms and showers were spotless. We spent 3 nights at this Passport America campground. Owners are very friendly and made us feel welcome. We will stay here again when we return to this area. We camped at Sunnyside RV Park in a Motorhome.