Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $20.00
A gravel lot with 8 full hookups for $20 right in town, across from both a restaurant and a supermarket. Also a separate dump station for passers-through, for $5. Great value. Good Verizon signal. There is a RR track right behind the sites but no trains passed while I was there. Note: This is not actually at the visitors center but a few blocks away. Only two sites were filled. We camped at Tonasket Visitor Information Center RV Park in a Motorhome.
Perfect park for the small units (vans, small class c, truck camper and small travel trailers). In other words, small campground sites (I measured 5 of them, they went from 12'5" to 14'8" post to post). With our slides and stairs, we ended up needing 1 1/2 spaces - fortunately the park was not full the night we stayed. These are FULL HOOKUPS though - 30amp, water & sewer. Some sewer connections are located directly under electric wires on the panels - no way to use on those sites. There is a sewer dump and potable water station in campground. Park is located on north end of town along Rt 97. Campground is dusty gravel parking lot with raised log timbers between sites. All sites are back in. Rate is currently $20/night, $95/week or $300/month with a 4 week max limit. Currently honor system. Very convenient to in-town conveniences including groceries, coffee shop and restaurant. We camped at Tonasket Visitor Information Center RV Park in a Truck Camper.
Tips for other Campers:
Mexican Restaurant with huge portions directly across the street. Grocery store (open 8-8 summers) across the street. Train tracks immediately behind campground might have 1 train (daytime) daily.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $20.00
Good one night stop, water, power good, along highway surprisingly quiet. Right in town easy walk to restaurants etc. Price should be around $10-15, a little high at $20. Sites are narrow, slides when open infringe on adjacent sites. Will stop again We camped at Tonasket Visitor Information Center RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good park for an overnight stop on Rt. 97. It is at the Visitor Information Center and has an honor system for paying in the evenings. The sites are very close together but we had no one on either side. There is a grassy space and tress right behind the sites. There are no restrooms or showers but there is a dump station and water available along with the full hookups (30 amp). There is a grocery store right across the street and the city park and pool are nearby. It is also a short walk into town. The sign says it is staffed by volunteers and I think it is a great community service for travelers. We camped at Tonasket Visitor Information Center RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.