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Kayaking Fun!

We arrived here on a Sunday night in May and the place was empty…… only one other camper and it was really far away. It is very remote, no services around and a little odd to get to, in that you have to wind past a lakeside"resort" with a little store and campsites that didn't look really very nice, yet there were people everywhere, it looked totally booked. Then you cross over the line into the campground where a$30 annual pass is required, yet the per night cost is$0 as of 2017, and there was nobody around! The campground is like a big open parking area with a boat launch and toilets and then there is also a little more dispersed sites where random fire pits have been built. We had our choice of sites so we picked one that sat away from others and was right above the water making the launch of the kayaks pretty easy.

Camp on the "Canyon" Edge

Just off I90 in Eastern WA at Vantage. This is primarily a rock climbers base camp, but also serves well for a great overnight stop where you can camp right on the edge of the canyon, get in some nice vista views,& a short hike to a"falls". You will share this spot with other campers, busy even in winter. One note about access, the entrance to this camping area has some pitch to it. Better suited for high clearance vehicles, and brave souls in truck campers……

Great spot to relax and soak up the sun!

Very nice, clean and well maintained campground. The grass and landscaping is immaculate. The sites are large and spread out. There are only a few select spots with partial shade. This campground is a great spot to relax, soak up the sun or watch a set of A-18 Fighter Jets fly through the valley while training.

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Great location with awesome views of the Columbia River Valley

Great location with awesome views of the Columbia River Valley. Well maintained grounds and amenities for a Thousand Trails campground. Awesome and accommodating staff.  There is a walking path that you can access easily from the campground that goes to the end of Crescent Bar.

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Great campgrounds and great management.

Beautiful campgrounds with pool, gym and clubhouse

Just fine

Lots of space here, good amenities. Not too expensive and a quiet and peaceful place.

Disappointing

We arrived today (July 2019) at this campsite and found a rather desolate place. It looked deserted and messy. So we moved on to Vantage. The RV park there is okay if you pitch your tent just for the night.

There is a difference between the state park and the resort

I have stayed at both. Both are excellent! The resort is clean, comfortable, shaded green grass, and the mechanical hook ups for RV’s are in good working order. Plenty of amenities to make your extended stay enjoyable.

The state park pads are decent. Fire ring and picnic table are provided at no extra cost. Most of the pads are very level. Grass is green, bathrooms clean, and the kids run wild. Close enough to the water to have easy access. There are RV spots in the back that are new. I haven’t stayed there yet, but I’ve driven through. It’s far enough from the main campground to be a lot more relaxed, and more suited for people that do not enjoy the kids running rampant.

Two things that neither place have any control over: wind and mosquitoes. The wind will blow hard at night. It doesn’t matter if it was dead calm when you went to sleep at 2am. Pick up and secure anything that will blow away or be damaged by high wind.

When check out time comes around, the day use area has lots of parking to finish the day in the water.

Great place to spend the night

The park is nice, but really showing its age. The grass is dead, the playground leaves something to be desired from my kids, but it was clean and cheap. The 30 amp plug I plugged into was kind of sketchy. The terminals were melted pretty bad. I wish I had taken the time to hook up the water filter.

Beautiful but windy

Campground was across from a be gorge. There was a campstore with all necessities. Sites are all grassy and gravel. She wouldn’t give us our discount because it was an even weekend although the sites were mostly empty. The wind was so. As we couldn’t use our awning or slideout.