25 Parks near Toppenish, Washington
We did however find 25 campgrounds within 50 miles of Toppenish. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Toppenish in the left hand column.
Apr 2016 - $15.00
We have stayed several times before. Friendly, accommodating, easy to check in. Small clean laundry on site. Free Wi-Fi, 50 amp. Didn't use bathrooms, they are older but clean. We will stay there again. - Clift
Jun 2015 - $15.00
Our first time in this park. We stayed a total of 16 days over the course of a month. We are full timers and are from this area. Was a nice quiet place to stay while we caught up with family. Sites are a little tight for bigger rigs, but owner is in the process of adding some larger sites. Owner is accommodating, friendly and very helpful. Was nice there were no restrictions under Passport America. Same rate everyday including weekends. We will definitely stay here again when we are back in the area. - Clift
May 2015 - $20.00
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. - Snoet
Mar 2016 - $30.00
We stopped here on an overnight trip from Portland to Winthrop. It was still pretty much winter and the trees had not yet flowered but I'll bet when there is shade, it's very pretty here. We just got on of the pull throughs and parked for the night - I'm not sure how it would have been for a longer stay but probably fine. There are a few longer term folks here that have some rather unusual looking trailers, but overall, it was fine. It was easy to find, well marked, safe. We didn't use the restrooms so I can't address that issue. I'm not sure where the guy came up with the $45 figure - you can stay here for $30 with hookups and $20 without hookups so really quite reasonable, I think. - twestover
Nov 2015 - $1.00
We arrived at dusk and had some trouble locating the pull-thru sites. When we drove in to the campground, there was a woman sitting behind a road barricade with her lights on and the engine running. Very odd...not a park employee. We found a pull-thru site and were able to hook up without difficulty. Sites are somewhat narrow, but we were the only ones in the pull-thru area, so no big deal. There was a fire pit and picnic table for each site, with some grass in between. I don't even want to think about how unpleasant it would be to use the fire pit with it being only a couple of feet away from the motorhome door. The restrooms are old, but were clean and smelled of bleach as though they had just been cleaned. Showers require tokens and there is a sign saying there may not be anyone from whom to purchase tokens due to staff cutbacks. In the morning, the same woman who was sitting in the white Hyundai the previous evening was sitting in her running car, lights on, almost directly in front of our site. She sat there immobile for at least 15 minutes. We sneaked out to disconnect and drove out. When we stopped at the entrance building to turn in our payment envelope, she drove out of the park. My suspicion is drug dealing, since there is no security in the park and it's certainly close enough to neighborhoods for people to stop in for a quick buy. There were only a handful of other campers this time of year and I didn't feel completely safe. We stayed for free because we have a Washington disabled veteran card. - rfarkle
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Yakima Sportman SP is an older state park that has seen better days. It is way overpriced at $45 especially considering the lack of amenities and deferred maintenance/updating needed. The sites are level, but there are no trees or shrubs for privacy barriers between them. The bathrooms require tokens and don't always function properly. There are only 2 shower buildings and one was not functional and the other was "iffy" per the attendant. If you are in need of an overnight/emergency spot that is quiet and off the highway but with easy access, this is ok, but I can't imagine staying here as a destination. - gtogrl
Sep 2014 - $37.00
Absolutely the most creative (less than factual) website I've ever seen. Cable TV was turned off long ago. Pool with a tarp over and green water; 'hasn't been open for a long time' I was told. Playgrounds, tether ball is one rundown swing set. Mini-golf, Café is the shack behind the padlock. Advertised rates are not accurate either. As senior I paid $37 cr card, then $32 second night 'if I wrote a check.' Yes there are pull-through sites but not 60'. We are 38' with jeep toad. We pushed to the front and had to park the toad diagonally. Grass is 3'6" wide, so that is space between sites. About 90% are long-term residents or stored units. No sound barrier between interstate -- a very busy interstate. We watched as more than 3 big rigs pulled in and pulled right back out again after they managed to get turned around in the property next door which is an abandoned gravel lot. - evadu
May 2015 - $32.00
Paved roads, level gravel sites, some grass between sites and lots of big trees. Park is a bit run down and in a bad area of town. Lots of homesteaders. Great place to see Mt Rainier. I would stay again for one or two nights. - PJ's Park and Play
Sep 2014 - $35.00
This is an older park located in a very run down area of Yakima. Unfortunately, most of the inhabitants are permanent locals. The site was adequate and reasonably maintained. The shower and bathroom facilities were also clean and well maintained. We also found the staff helpful and friendly. However, we did not feel safe in the surroundings. - Altoflyfisher
Aug 2014 - $40.00
We have stayed in many RV parks in 5 years of fulltime RV travel. This ranks as one of the worst. I am an ER nurse and get a different picture of the town. Many overdose, assault and other drug use patients came from this area, some were found leaning against the fence of the RV park. This area is the worst area of Yakima. They have barbed wire coils and razor wire fence surrounding the park, for good reason, and yet they make you take your pet OUTSIDE of the fence for the pet walk. If they see your dog potty inside the fence they charge you a $25 fee. Note, that is not if you don't clean it up, if your dog potties AT ALL, they charge you. Even after you clean it up. The Wi-Fi is useless. So much so that they told me just to use the Wi-Fi signal from the nearby Best Western. The park manager said that was what they used. The customer service was abysmal. They seemed to not care if we like the place, so long as we strictly obeyed all rules. So, if you don't mind surly employees, high crime and the meth lab in the semi-abandoned hotel just down the road, by all means, this is your place. Otherwise, avoid this place at all costs. - egadrotu
May 2016 - $21.00
We stayed in this park for one week.
Nice owners and lots of green grass.
Plenty of places to walk you dog.
No cable though. Antenna had a hard time picking up local TV. We did get a few stations. Our dish wasn't able to receive either. Might have been the big mountains causing that. Different sites had better reception.
To me this was a good clean place to stay. Our dog Lovey, loved it there.
Enjoy. - Vectraowner
Aug 2015 - $35.00
We were very disappointed in our stay this time. Since we stayed here 10 months ago the park has become more of a permanent residence park. There was no one in the office when we arrived and we had to wait around. The girl in the office made a mistake on our reservation and we had to leave a full week early because she double booked the spot and because of the permanent residents they were full up. Seems like the road noise has also increased being as the park is right next to the freeway. Last year I gave the park a 10. Sadly this year will be a 4. Wi Fi was non existant and we couldn't connect. - EggerMar
Jun 2015 - $41.00
It was just a stopover, convenient along Highway 12. Some road noise but it did not bother us. Free good WiFi, no cable. Big pullthrus on asphalt with grass and trees. Lots of longstayers but the park did look clean and well maintained to us. Ok for one or two nights. - Traveller Excel
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Nice clean park. Offseason, so no activities available. Small trees in park, easy in and out. Plenty of restaurants around that are walking distance.
Paved roads and sites. Easy to find from freeway. Level, and sites long enough for large units. Cable and wifi worked just fine. Just an above average park in my opinion. - archie65
Aug 2015 - $40.00
We really liked this RV park. It's fairly new so the trees aren't mature yet and shade is lacking.
There is a concrete pad to park on and lush grass between sites w/ a picnic table.
The park is well-kept and very clean. I felt safe here.
The restrooms and laundry facilities are clean and in good working order.
The dog walk area is actually a walking trail all around the facility. It would be nice if there was a fenced area so dogs could be off-leash. - User3146
Aug 2015 - $52.00
A little close to the freeway but very conveniently located. Winetasting late afternoons. Several wineries located within walking distance in one area. This is a very fun area if you're in the wine tasting. Truckstop very close by for fuel, easy access the freeway. - parkcity45
Apr 2016 - $1.00
I rate parks on what they have not what they are missing. For a BLM campground without services this is a great park for the spring and fall. It is located on the Yakima River. I imagine in the summer the temperatures would be very high. The sites are all paved and very large 60+feet and very level. There are a few pull thru. There are 2 extremely clean pit johns.
Several sites are located under huge ponderosa pines that provide great shade. The only shortcoming is lack of other things to do. There is one hiking trail up a small mountain and I guess if you are a fisherman this would be a great place. We stayed in April before the season started so there was no charge. home. - Gindy
Jul 2015 - $8.00
This is a deceptively large BLM campground right on the Yakima River. Most of the riverfront sites have at least some shade. The sites are concrete pads and vary in size and amount of shade but most appear to be big enough to accommodate most big rigs. There are very nice sites all along the river and many more in the inner area. No hook ups, and very little Verizon service, but if you are looking for a nice quiet spot on the river, this is it, and at $15/night ($7.50 with senior pass) it's a deal. There are also three other campgrounds on the river in the Yakima Canyon, but we thought this one was the nicest. Didn't use the restrooms, so can't comment, but the rest of the campground was nice and clean. Reservations are available for this campground, but it's big enough that I doubt it ever fills up completely so it's a good bet for an overnight stop in the area. For longer than that, I think it would pay to reserve in the summer on the weekend in order to get a nice riverfront spot. - Pdxjoanne
Aug 2013 - $8.00
The rate reflects my National Park access pass. This is a dry campsite that sits on the Yakima River. The park only had 5 campers in it including the host. We packed into a huge site next to the river and were very pleased. We would definitely stay here again! - kcjflea
Aug 2015 - $44.00
Daily rate is $40 plus $8 reservation fee and $5 non-resident fee. The site was a FHU, 50 amp, paved and level site. The rate seems high for a State Park that has no other amenities. We had very weak Verizon cell and MiFi reception. Satellite dish could only pick up two of the three satellites limiting the channels available. On our last night a pack of coyotes howled for brief time adding a bit of ambiance. We stayed here in a 33' motorhome. - Dave51
May 2014 - $33.00
There are basically two RV loops. Half of one side is semi shaded (#11 thru 15), the other is mostly sunny(#1-10). The other loop (#16 thru 23) are mostly sunny, but have better lawn. All of the "northern" most sites, that is 15, 16 to 18 and 8 to 10 are under the high-tension power lines and some people find the hum objectionable. We were in 22 and could not hear the hum inside the rig. No broadcast TV reception and cell-phone is spotty - wetterwashington
Jul 2012 - $14.00
Basic for a WA state park. Conveniently off the highway and quiet. Down side is crackling high tension power lines running across the back. OK for a night or two. - the5reeds
Aug 2015 - $50.00
The price is high but this a truly an oasis in the desert. The sites were large with lots of room between units, EWS worked fine. No WiFi. We stayed three nights and loved it, we like to get away from urban life and relax. We had a nice view of the Columbia River. This park is quiet and away from everything. The weather was calm while we were there. We would return. - Thirdtime
Jul 2013 - $32.00
As others posted previously, WINDY! We stayed here three nights and the last couple days were so windy that I thought our 32 ft travel trailer was going to tip over. It might have been the site we were in (#42) and was in direct path of the wind? Other than the wind, this place is made for watercraft sports. The park has a nice swimming area but gets very crowded on a nice hot day. Cell phone coverage (Verizon) worked very well. Only a gas station/mini mart that is right off the freeway. We most likely will not camp here again because of the wind. - sirjin
Aug 2012 - $31.00
The park itself, is very nice. It has good spacing between sites and there's lush grass in this desert. All sites are full hookup with 30A. There is no dump station. Most sites have a view of the Columbia River. Yes, it does get windy here. It awoke me at 2am and I went out to close the window awnings because they were shaking so much. As retirees, we would not stay again but if you have a family, a boat, jet skis and dogs, you'd probably love it. Reservations are highly recommended. There's a nice beach area. Our 40' motorhome would probably fit in most sites but some are uneven. Since it was extremely hot during the day, the 30A and being able to use only one air conditioner really taxed it. Other than water activity, there's nothing to do in the immediate area. There are a couple fuel stops on I-90, 3 miles north of the park, and they have limited groceries. - nbi600
Aug 2015 - $42.00
The first 3 nights are Passport America at $21 and from then on $42. It is a very clean and well maintained park. Owner is very friendly and hosts do a good job. There are porta potties in the park area. It is convenient for us for meeting with family so that is why we stay there. - rolling homeless
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Camped in a 37 ft Class A with a toad. Pull through space. good place for an overnight, close to the Yakama River (trout, catch and release). Gets fishermen and river rafters. Had tent space but only 1 portapotty. Don't want to repeat other reviews, site would have been close if anyone else had parked next to us. 30 amp service, Didn't hook up anything but electricity. Very tall trees surround park, no Sat service if you are on the south side. No shade in the center during the day. Would stay there again if passing through,but there are probably nicer places for a longer stay. Check out the public forest service camping on the Yakama. - starsekr
Jul 2015 - $33.00
Camp host was there to assist in check in.. That was good. They offer discounts for some, but do not put that info up front.. Took the Good Sam at 10% but found out later I could have had a disabled vet discount at 20%. Not a problem, because I didn't expect any discount. As noted before, RV's are 6-8' apart and street side to street side. Small picnic table in between, but really not usable if slides are out. Restroom was one porta pot. Full service with a dump not available. Overall, park was clean and seemed friendly. However, value for the dollar spent with very tight spaces, it got an overall poor rating.. If passing through again, will probably look for a different park. - Bob Nelson
Apr 2016 - $18.00
This is a nice clean park. Most of the sites are pull through with concrete pads and grass between sites. The sites are nicely spaced.
The restrooms were very clean with private shower and toilet area.
The park has a deck overlooking the Yakama River, nice place to site and read.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. - lovingit
Apr 2016 - $35.00
We just bought a new fifth wheel (Cougar 333MKS) and went to Beach for the shake down trip (we got coupons from our RV dealer for a free night). The park was about 3/4 full of full-timers and workers, the majority older and somewhat run down rigs. Certainly not what we were expecting.
Our site was a paved pull-through and was bordered by grass strips (about 10 to 12 feet between sites). Thankfully there was no one on either side. The manager was nice and attentive. However, for a place in the heart of Washington's wine country we were expecting and hoping for much better. - dcline97
Sep 2015 - $17.00
The short term sites are very nice pull-through and all utilities worked well as did the Wi-Fi. The campground was easy to get to and easy to get around in. The cable TV requires a converter box but they provide this for free but it is up to you to install it. The water pressure can be high so make sure you have a regulator. We would stay here again. - dandg
Aug 2012 - $9.00
This was a very pleasant overnight stay in a shady loop which I had all to myself. Since it is very close to US 12, there is traffic noise but the sound of the rushing Tieton River cancels it out. The rate reflects the America the Beautiful senior pass rate. Will definitely visit here again. - mockturtle
Oct 2014 - $27.00
Park is a lovely oasis in the middle of the Columbia river. Lots of grass, boating opportunities, etc but the facilities are fairly old. It was very windy when we were there but we'll be back. Sites further way from the water are less windy. - clecogirl
Jun 2013 - $27.00
An island in the sun! Surrounded by the magnificent Columbia River, the grounds are manicured and enjoy a variety of mature trees. Stellar maintenance - kudos to Benton County! - Excellence
Apr 2013 - $27.00
A very nice park with nice grounds and nice camp sites. There's also a day use area and boat ramp. The only down side is there's a lot of nearby train traffic both day and night. - redwing282
Aug 2013 - $45.00
Fifteen per person, minimum $30. We had to pay $45 because our daughter was with us. Poor signage, office is in a variety of places, depends on time of day. Narrow sites, slide encroached on neighbors picnic table. Overpriced for what you get. Our neighbors had a trailer and a tent, 5 people, $75 a night. Oh, the price of a Black Sabbath concert. - toolmantwo
Oct 2010 - $25.00
Not a resort at all: the pool is falling apart, the tables haven`t seen a coat of paint in years. Had large stray dogs come into my campsite, even a lose pit bull. It's crazy here, watch out if you have a little doggy. This place shares with working campers, some of their trailers are just junk. I'm going to avoid these campgrounds that have full time residents that don't look after their sites and let their dogs run lose. - vmax1
Jun 2010 - $25.00
Huge and empty, except for extended-stay (which are all at one end of the park) and on weekends where there's a concert at the Gorge. WiFi is available at the office/general store. Two restaurants within walking distance, but that's about it. Wonderful view of hills and the Columbia. Not too much noise from Interstate. - fosca
Jul 2015 - $40.00
$40 is the rate after Good Sam discount. Check in at Days Inn motel. Nice people but the park is very run down and therefore overpriced. We don't have a big rig but there are a few in the park. Had a dip in the indoor pool (cool but it felt good) and sat in the "hot tub" which is a jacuzzi that is broken. Wi-Fi was very good. Cable TV was fine. Good water pressure. If you are sensitive to the sound of traffic then you will not like it here, as the freeway noise is constant. A train passes by once in a while too. Unlikely that we will return. - roadtripper4ever
Sep 2014 - $40.00
We feel this park is overpriced, noisy and poorly maintained. The "free" hot breakfast was terrible; stay away from the tiny crescent shaped cardboard cheese omelets. The constant horrific road noise actually drowned out the occasional train noise. The back bathrooms had NO toilet paper and NO hand towels/dryer. The front men's shower had a dangling shower head. The front desk (within the Days Inn hotel) didn't seem to care. - bspe
Jun 2014 - $38.00
Rate includes tax. This is a simple, clean, paved park. There is a small grassy spot between sites with a picnic table which would be shared by the rigs on both sides. Pull through sites are narrow, but long enough for a 40' motorhome with tow attached. Free breakfast is provided in motel (Days Inn) and RVrs can use pool and spa without charge. Restaurant and Flying J gas station located in front of park. Freeway noise is mostly a given for this location. - DiplomatTraveler
May 2012 - $25.00
A large field with grass sites. Very rough but useable. The Wi-Fi was very slow and stopped working periodically. We didn't use or see the showers or restrooms, but the whole park is very run-down. Easy walk to downtown. Friendly manager. - AloraDanin
Oct 2015 - $21.00
We felt very fortunate to find a spot. After reading that there was only 12 spots in the park we were nervous. When we arrived we found that there were mostly permanent stays living here and only 3 spots available to campers and one was already reserved. There was an extended area designated for dry camping so that might have been an option had we needed it. The office was closed so we used the after hours registration. Overall while the space was tight and no drive throughs we unhooked our tow and backed in. It is definitely a small park but clean and quiet other than the train noise, traffic wasn't a problem. Nice area to walk our dog too. - KellyLynnHoff
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Small first come first serve park with a nice marina. We were in #3 & had a pull through with a patio. Very warm - 103 - but no wind, however we woke up to small black ants in the rig. Overnight they came from the tree to the awning & into the rig, first time that's ever happened. Lesson learned now we carry ant baits & spray & will watch where we deploy the awning. Had a nice swim in the marina with the dog, green spaces for dog walking also & a park close by & market. Good Verizon signal also but no antenna TV reception. - packardrob
Aug 2012 - $21.00
This is a small park, but it can handle big rigs. We are 62' long including our car hauler trailer, and we fit perfectly in site #5 with 2 feet to spare. They do have 50 amp service, and free Wi-Fi that is blazing fast. I am writing this review using that Wi-Fi. There was no wind today. There are nice restrooms, but no showers, and no laundry, which is fine; we have our own. This is a first come, first served park--no reservations. There appear to be several permanent rigs here, but all are in nice condition. There is also a dry camping area with long pull throughs for $9/night. A nice overnight spot, especially when the wind is not blowing. Walking distance to town, and nice sandy beach where swimming is allowed. - chockwald
Aug 2011 - $30.00
This campground was called "Snug Harbor". Very friendly and helpful owner. Only 1 pull thru site and this was very tricky for a large rig. Good for smaller units, boating, fishing and weekenders. Small grocery and snack bar (very clean). No TV,Wi-Fi or cell phone service. Nice view of lake at Site 11 (lots of trees) - can be a windy location. Come with a full tank of diesel as no diesel nearby. Restrooms/showers were clean, but the floors needed a good scrub. - mcquin
Nov 2015 - $34.00
We only stayed one night, but it was a nice quiet campground with a long pull-through so we didn't have to un-hook. Cable & WiFi were good. Site was level. Space was narrow, but otherwise all was good. - MarieB
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is a mature park well maintained with a great friendly staff. It was built when RV's were smaller and the sites are a bit tight they are gravel as are the roads. Nice variety of mature trees. If you like fly-fishing you can walk right from your rig and go after some trout on the Yakima River. Good selection of channel on cable and the Wi-Fi was strong, but the electricity was weak. - Traveler II
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Pleasant experience from arrival to departure. Everything is clean and in good repair. Very surprised at how quiet the park was even with lots of kids in the park. Playground and lots of tent area make this a very family friendly park.
The park is right on the Yakima river and that adds to the scenic appeal. Showers are included in the nightly fee. Like most KOA's the price is on the high side as the $40 we paid was water/electric only. It is a well maintained park with very nice staff. I would probably stay here again if needing an overnight in this area. - DRKM
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is an outstanding RV park, one of the best that we have stayed in. The sites are simply HUGE - you could have family softball games on some of them. Plus there are expansive areas of well maintained green lawn. This park was developed by the City of Boardman which is perhaps why they made everything so spacious. A private commercial park on this site would probably have twice as many sites.
Hookups worked perfectly. We were in a smaller ring that overlooked the marina which I liked better than the river waterfront sites. Great sunsets.
Everything very well maintained. While Boardman is a major agricultural area, there's not much to make it a destination for tourists. My sense is that this was a "build it and they will come effort". Which has succeeded - the park was full while we were there. Not sure about the nightly rate as we were there with an Airstream rally with about 20 trailers with payment in advance.
There's a very nice park across the marina with good walking trails. Dozen of Canada geese and hundreds of goslings. Fortunately the Moms and Dads were mellow.
We would look forward to staying here again. - Birdmaestro
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Beautiful views on the Columbia River. BIG grassy sites, lovely big shade trees, quite (only heard distant rumbling of train seldom) peaceful setting. Friendly staff. Great bike path, close to town so rode bikes into town for groceries. Was asked if we wanted riverview, figured why not, the site took a little maneuvering on my husband part, but make it happen for this perfect site! Extended our stay & would have stayed longer if we didn't have some where else we had to be. Only downside, what we call sand spurs back home, gave me a flat on my bike. - RV-NCcamping
Mar 2016 - $19.00
Our rate reflects a Good Sam rate. We stopped here for the night after we tried to stay at Le Page Park which wasn't open yet. It was busy despite the less-than-perfect weather and Sunday night stay, but there were plenty of spots available. #1 was a back in and was level. It looked out beyond the other loop to the water. We enjoyed walking on the path along the river. Bathrooms were serviceably clean. Wifi did not work, but we had 2 bars of ATT LTE. - ALbums
Sep 2014 - $11.00
Rate reflects NPS Senior discount. Level gravel sites, some pull-through mostly back-in. Power and water at all sites, central dump station on-site. This time of year it's full of people fishing for fall salmon, and space can be difficult to get. Verizon data service is mediocre at best, and nonexistent part of the time, so if you need access look elsewhere. - lostinspace
Jul 2014 - $10.00
A previous review said these sites were too close. They could be further apart but I have been in one a lot closer! Nice park. Fair ATT, depending on site, satellite is accessible. As in many places, the "dogs on leash" applies to everyone but their dog. Good swimming access though we didn't use it. Rate reflects Golden Age Pass. Would camp here again. - vmi1962
Sep 2013 - $10.00
Price reflects Golden Age card. Got here around 2 pm on a walk-in basis, and all the pull-through waterfront spots were taken, as were most of the back-in spots. All sites are uncomfortably close together, nothing like other COE campgrounds we've been in. Back-in sites don't have much of a view either. Those are the reasons for our low score. Lack of on-site sewer hookup doesn't concern us, but proximity to neighbors does. Best get there quite early for best choice of sites, or make a reservation. - NancyB
Jul 2005 - $20.00
This park is very run down. Sites are very close together. Site did not have 30 amp power and I did not see any full hook up sites although they say there are some. The power went off at our site and we were told someone would come out and fix the problem, but after 45 minutes, no one showed up. It was 101 degrees and we left. - Busterluke
Aug 2015 - $31.00
Park could use a little TLC. In its day was probably considered a resort, but I don't think so now. Pros: good for overnight stay, site and most of the roads were asphalted, didn't have to unhook, they did have full hook ups, and staff was super friendly. Cons: not too much around, lots of workers and permanents, looked like all the water connections leaked. Camped here in a motorhome, would not stay here again. - Lucky Lady from Florida
Nov 2014 - $30.00
This is a good park for an overnight or two. However, it's way out in the boonies and not close to anything in Boardman. The office was open until 7:00 PM which was a good thing if you are traveling late. Every site is a pull through. Some of the sites are very long! And I have to rave about how level the sites are! My control box for my stabilizers indicated I was already level before I lowered them. Although the sites themselves are close together, each individual site is very wide so the close together thing isn't a big issue. One of the perms had a nice deck built. Some of the sites have shrubs between them for more privacy. The laundry and bathrooms have 24 hour access codes and were clean. For laundry, at $1.50 to wash and $1.50 to dry, if you are just passing through FIND something to wash just to get ahead on laundry! The cable was all analog channels and had a good selection of most any channel you would want. WiFi was good, required an access code good only for the period of your stay. Only one negative: If you are given site 11, ask for a different site. I was initially assigned site 11 to be close to the laundry. Although site 11 is close to the laundry, it is also so close to the handicap access ramp that people will be tempted to cut through site 11 to walk up the handicap ramp. The problem with this is an issue with people possibly tripping over your hoses, cords and cables as the hoses, cords, and cables lay across the area where they would cut through. - DXSMac
Apr 2014 - $30.00
This was a nice park for an overnight stop on our way home. We called ahead because we were going to be a late arrival. Not a problem. Got excellent directions to the park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our site was gravel, but very level and was just off the pavement. The park was very clean and well maintained and the area was very quiet. Lots of long term RVs but not a problem at all. Great park for an overnight stop. - OldJim
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Beautiful, well maintained park Clean, modern, great convenience store, quiet, and great wi-fi. There seems to be lots of long term campers, but I think they are contractors working at Hanford (they have clean, well-maintained RV's) - bendoregonrv
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Stay here for one night wish we could have stayed longer in one of the 241 sites. In addition to the nice large grass area between the easy to get into sites, they offer breakfast from 5am to 11am - now this is not a home cooked breakfast but heated up burritos, potatoes or tornados (didn't try their biscuits or gravy) plus regular deli items. Oh yea, it offered 97 cable TV channels. Check-in package included address, telephone and directions to nearby hospitals, doctors and vet. Also package included addresses and telephone numbers of golf courses, churches and other nearby attractions. - theallde
Aug 2015 - $35.00
It's a big park, very clean and well maintained. Water pressure was good (btw, we had discovered that by changing our water filter in the RV our water pressure gotten much much better!).
They have cable packages and videos for "rent", you pay $2 for a movies that you get back when you return than movie.
They have few facilities for bathrooms/shower/laundry combination, they are very clean and look very nice.
They got a lot of green nice grass everywhere, so no matter where your site is you can be sure you'll have more than just a small piece.
We spent there only 2 nights and heard from others that their pool is really great and that they also have a hot tub.
Even though they have restrictions about dogs as every park has, they were not looking for trouble, we were able to have our dog be off leash just so we can play Frisbee with her and let her have some exercise, as I said before they got a lot of green grass everywhere.
They also have volleyball, horseshoe and shuffle board, they had a very nice fenced in dog area with very nice green grass, that you could wash your dog there too.
Last thing is that they have mini-mart, similar to when you stop at a gas station one. - MikeMayNaama
Oct 2015 - $18.00
Park is clean and safe with speed bumps to keep drivers from driving too fast. I needed two tanks of propane filled, left them at the filling station and went back to my rig. Half hour later when I went outside, there they were filled and delivered to my doorstep and added to my bill in the office. They have a great pool and hot tub but they were closed for the season.
All lawns were cut and looked great. They have water electric sewer cable and HIGH speed internet at every site.
Our stay was extended so we got the monthly rate plus electricity. We were buying a home and needed internet and theirs is the BEST. - Kuntry Kuzin
May 2015 - $25.00
Stayed 11 weeks while working at at Columbia NGS. Different layout with RV/Trailers parallel to streets, giving private fenced grassy yard. Well kept, yards trimmed and mowed every week, nice shade tree in each space. Street orientation allows for good satellite reception. Quiet, lots of working class people, several full timers. Manager is a heavy internet use savvy and all sites have hard-wired high speed internet. Bring your wireless router. Stream movies to your TV. Had to buy a connecting Cat 5 cable long enough to go from the RV to the Utility box ($10.00 from manager). Nice clubhouse with a big pool (summer only). Small BBQ/grassed park area. Not in a pedestrian friendly area, No easy foot access to a corner store. No sidewalks along the busy road, which is the only reason I rated it a 9. Local bus access is about a 10 minute walk from the park along busy road with no sidewalks. A little daytime noise from a nearby rail spur, almost no traffic noise. Extremely nice manager and family. Only been there for a couple of years and working very hard to have a 1st class park. Would definitely stop there anytime in the area. - starsekr
Sep 2014 - $12.00
Rate reflects monthly rate, we stayed here in our 39ft fifth wheel. This is a true big rig friendly park, plenty of room to navigate and the private fenced yards are the best idea I've ever seen in an RV park! Host was great and even set us in, helped us hook up and the electric Rv mover they use is really cool! The internet is hard wired so each site has it's own connection, bring a router and you can stream movies right to your trailer! We stayed for a little over 2 months and will be back in the spring, we highly recommend Moon River, it is the best park that we have stayed in! - fusion34