Review Count: 205 States Visited: 20 Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $18.00
The town of Tonasket has a very small little RV park connected to their information center. The park is located heading north on the 97 across the street from Al’s AIG Market. The sites are very narrow but we hugged the passenger side as close to the electrical box so we could get our main slide out. I don’t know what it would have been like if all the sites had been full. The electrical, sewer and water are on the passenger side at the back of the site. The power (30amp) was good, but the water pressure was at 80 psi so we used our regulator. The site had a sewer hookup but we didn’t use it since we were only staying overnight. On the premises is a dump station ($4.00) and also drinking water. There is a porta potty and garbage dumpster too. This was a plan B since the park we were going to stay in was unacceptable in every way so we were happy to have this to pull into. We’re 38 feet and we had smaller class A’s along with campers parked side by side. There are railroad tracks behind the park but we never heard a train the 17 hours we were there. Fuel prices are much higher in Tonasket so fuel up before you get there if you are planning on crossing into Canada. We were able to use our dome satellite and we had good reception for our cell & Aircard (Verizon). Traffic during the day was heavy but by 10pm the road noise was minimal. We would stay here again as an overnighter. We camped at Visitor's Information Center & RV Park in a Motorhome.