1 Park near Toppenish, Washington
May 2015 - $36.00
We were leaving in the morning so requested a pull thru and they accommodated our request. The site had no grass, older tables and so close together you would have no privacy if another unit was next to you. The power pedestal was at the front while must units connect at the rear, fortunately we were able to connect. Most noticeable was how short the pull thru area, truck was partially in the roadway and we had to unhook to get level. No alcohol permitted do to being on native land, but not much mention of that I any reviews we read. Overall park area very clean but we will not return. - Semiretired
Apr 2015 - $36.00
The biggest problem here is that when you come from the east or south there is no signage. The park is on Buster Rd, but the road is not marked, so consequently we drove right by the turn, and had to find a place to turn around on the open lands to the west. I suggested to management that they just put a small sign at the road with an arrow pointing and the words RV park- this way, but they said most of their clients come from the west and there is adequate signage from the west on the highway. They acted like my complaint was not important, smiling and laughing. This experience alone put us off the park, even though the sites are nice, wifi works, etc.
The sites here are all paved as are roads in the park, water sewer and electricity all work well. There is a pool. The park has some large trees but most sites are very open and spacious. - Sage39
Oct 2014 - $40.00
Great full hook up back in sites. Large spots with nice tables, level pavement, and plenty of space to stretch out in - not cramped with your neighbor on top of you. Propane and laundry on site, nice pool and hot tub, complementary K-cup beverages in club house. Friendly staff. Additional +'s about this camp site are proximity to Zillah wine tasting, Yakima Valley attractions, and casino. We will come back next year at the same time for sunshine and Wine Cellar/Vinyard hopping. - 737geek