6 RV Parks near Walla Walla, Washington
Sep 2017 - $41.00
This is a well managed, easy to navigate RV park. The roads and sites are paved. The sites have a nice patio and picnic table and grass. The WiFi is the best we have ever had in a park. The only draw back is that some of the sites are back to back. Do not follow your GPS. Follow the directional signs for the last half mile. - 2WArvers
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Very nice park, nice staff. Very clean and quiet park, convenient to many downtown tasting rooms and restaurants. Sites are level with plenty of room for a toad. I was a little concerned reading some of the previous comments, but we experienced no problems at all. We will stay here again as we come back to hit more of the wineries. - ME for Maine
Jun 2017 - $36.00
This is a very nice RV park in a very ugly part of Walla Walla (and according to google maps, less than a mile from the state penitentiary). The park is in excellent condition, and quite pretty. It's a reasonable value with the military or Good Sam discount at the weekly rate, but the daily rate is a little steep. A large selection of cable TV stations is included in the rate. There is wifi, but its very slow much of the time. Most of the sites have a fair degree of slope front to back and will require leveling. Half of the sites are around an outside ring, with the other half in the middle. Beware the middle sites if you have a longer rig: There are two sites back to back at each spot, with nothing but a painted thin white line between them. I noticed several people backed up exactly to the white line, so the second person into that double spot lost several feet of space if they needed access to the back of their rig.
Also, there are two areas of the park, Frontier and Outback. In between the two areas is a local humane society facility. From the Outback area, you can hear lots of dogs barking and crying. You can't hear them from the Frontier area.
On driving into the park: do not follow google or your GPS, follow the signs. You will get there with a GPS, but not on the best route. Do not follow 4th St. to George, instead turn right off of 4th to Reese, then left on Burns, which leads straight into the park. There is a nice little golf course next door, but that's about it for Walla Walla.
I won't come back to this park because Walla Walla is a sad little town without much to commend it. I guess if you need to visit someone at the penitentiary, this would be the place to stay... - KAP99
Oct 2016 - $37.00
We think this is the best choice in Walla Walla. This park is clean and well cared for. The spaces are quite narrow, but there is grass in between and a thin bench/table as there is not room for a full-size picnic table. When we were there most all of the pull-through spaces were open, but we were sandwiched in between two other up front near the road. Spaces further away from the road all stayed empty for the two days we were there. - Bob and Pat
Oct 2016 - $37.00
Not favorable to big rigs. Very tight turns in the park. They have long drive through spots but were doubled up so couldn't be used as such. There were many long stays. The park was very clean and the office staff was super friendly. Close to downtown and wine country. - KellyLynnHoff
Sep 2016 - $45.00
This is a great park. There are pull through paved sites as well as back in grassy sites. A very clean quiet park. There is a large grassy pet area to walk your dogs. This is very convenient to downtown and the fairgrounds as well as the wineries. - Kwanyen
Aug 2015 - $10.00
: Rather disappointed with this Elks RV facility. They have a huge parking lot just on the outskirts of downtown, so it is in a traffic area right across the street from Safeway. Instead of putting the RVers in the quieter portion of the parking lot, the 5 RV spaces are right at the intersection with lots of traffic noise. There are also people cutting through the lot to get to Safeway, so there is not much privacy. Finally, there is absolutely no shade, so in the hot afternoon sun, we were baking. The lot is blacktop and needs repair. There is only electricity at the site. OK for overnight stopover. - gtogrl
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We had made reservations elsewhere but upon arrival we decided to push on due to an abundance of flies and other bugs, no one to see about our PPA discount and no cell service. We headed south to Waitsburg and stopped at the city park to research another campground for a few days. After several calls we had no success since every park in this part of Washington was booked up due to the Pendleton Roundup. As we were leaving town we saw the yellow sign "RV Parking" and decided to check it out.
The park is very basic and has a grassy area for dry camping and a dirt/gravel area with full hook ups. We stayed three nights and were the only RVers there the whole time. The host is very friendly and eager to help and give advise about what to see,etc.
We tow a 39' fifth wheel and were allowed to parallel park since we were the only ones here. It would have been very tight backing in. We were glad to find this quiet little location, the town is very clean, friendly, and picturesque. We would stay here again when traveling through. - pheasantplucker57
Jun 2008 - $20.00
Lovely shaded pull-in sites that were very private. Sound of rushing river (Walla Walla River) was lovely to sleep through. Nice facility (kitchen with refridgerator) for family reunions, big gatherings. All types of campers were here--truck toppers, trailers, Class A, tents, and our Class B. Just a beautiful setting. No showers or dump station, though. - JCLC
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Jubilee Lake Campground is a beautiful place to stay at. My family and I were there 31 Jul - 3 Aug 2017. It has a few clean flushable toilets and more regular outhouses. Potable water is near almost every site that you can fill water jugs up wth. The lake is a lot of fun to kayak, float, swim, etc... We used the rope swing on the end of lake near the dam and had a blast! We took our 35' 5th Wheel to the campground. Consider this your warning...FSRD 64 is wash board hell. If your load is not secure, you will find out when you get to camp. I drove as close to under 10 mph that I could...and still got the hell beat out of us. If you have anything over 35', you will be hard pressed to find a site that accommodates you. There is maybe one pull through site that could accommodate me...do not attempt to use them unless you know you can get in and out...I came back to camp to see a 40' Toy Hauler stuck in the pull through...USFS had to do a lot of tree cutting to get him out. In closing, it is a great campground...just getting to it beats your equipment, and the longer trailers...don't attempt. You will not have a site that fits. - deerklr
Aug 2005 - $14.00
We found Jubilee Lake to be a very nice campground. The lake is beautiful with an almost 3 mile nicely maintained trail around the lake. Our site was quite private and shaded, which we like. We would definitely camp here again. - DebB