1 Park near Wenatchee, Washington
Nov 2015 - $10.00
We stayed here in the summer to practice in our new rig. We moved the fifth wheel from our high altitude home, worried about cold temps and snowfall arriving before we left for the winter.
Only one of the two loops is open at this time of year. There were only about 5 parties there. Gorgeous fall colors, deer and raccoon came to visit.
With the Senior Pass for Washington State residents ($75 for October 1 to May 1) electric sites are $10/night. Dry camping is free!
Showers are adequate and clean. No WiFi here. The water was shut off for the winter for the last couple of days we were there.
Close to all services in Wenatchee. Highly recommend! - BLT2015
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Beautiful park with lots of room in camping spaces and in general. We experienced excellent customer service when the spot we were supposed to move to after the first night was still occupied after check-out time. We had contact with the State Park employee at registration, the Park Ranger and the Park Volunteer Host, and everyone did a great job helping us. We observed grounds workers working hard to keep the park looking great. - BLT2015
Jun 2015 - $44.00
One of our favorite places to camp. Park has lots of shady trees and grass areas to play. Nice swim area on the Columbia River. Camp here! - Rainier