Easy access from the highways. Park was built in the 50's and spaces are TIGHT. Our 40' Class A fit in one spot but our lawn chairs and awnings had to be in the adjacent spot. The park was not full and this was not a problem. Our site required that we put one set of duals on 1" blocks so that we didn't lift the tires off the ground while levelling. Parking areas are asphalt but there are some trees. Attendant had to do some trimming before we could put out our slides and I climbed onto the roof and did some more trimming to keep branches from rubbing on the roof. No major branches that were going to damage anything. Attendant was friendly. There appear to be a lot of permanent guests. Washers and dryers worked great and laundry area was clean. We stayed two nights. The park was a good value for our needs. We would stay there again, if there was room to use two spots. We were in what they probably called a pull-thru but it was easier to back into the spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown Good Sam discount. Site was an unlevel paved pull-through. Entire campground is paved with some trees. My site had a problem with the sewer outlet as it was higher than the drain on my rig. Office gave me the choice of choosing another site or using another sewer outlet at an unoccupied site in the morning. Excellent cable TV with an extensive selection. When I asked the office about Wi-Fi, I was given a username and password. When I logged in it showed it to be a pay for use, but I wasn't charged anything. However there was a time limit of 12 hours and once I logged out my free session was finished. In any case the Wi-Fi worked fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed overnight, it's great for that. Not much room between rigs, no tables. Sites are uneven but do have shade. Grounds are very nice with pool. A lot of resident's trailers in the outside circle but it was quiet with no trains or hwy noise. We would stay here again. There is a motel on the other side of the park. Easy access to the hwys. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This camp ground is family owned and feels like home. The staff is very friendly. The spots are a little smaller than was expected, but they seem to spread RV's out so there are no problems. Good experience. I would definitely recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best part of this park is the location and the mature shade tree's. It is close to the mall and good places to eat. It has paved sites that are very close together. We could not put our awning up. I was fearful our slide out would hit the trailer next to us. They give you a password for two hours of internet at a time. Lot's of full timers in old trailers. We stayed here for a convention at the Toyota Center. There are nicer parks in the area. Horn Rapids RV is a great place to stay if your don't mind being a little further out of town. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wright's Desert Gold is one of the oldest RV Parks in the Tri-Cities area. It has very clean restrooms, mature shade trees and well stocked store. The staff is friendly and helpful. It is centrally located in the Tri-Cities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This is the worst campground we have ever stayed at. It is primarly a motel and trailer court, with spaces for overnighters as an after thought. The hookups are shared [side to side] which means you and your neighbors door are across from each others. With the site width being 15 feet, this makes for very close quarters. Add in a slide out or two and you get the picture. How Trailer Life and Woodall's could give this an average rating raises the question about ad money buying a good rating. We camped here in a camper.