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Pros: it’s near the university and dry camping is free. Cons: it’s a dirt lot, sketchy people/sketchy rigs nearby, lots of traffic through lot.
We went during Memorial day weekend which is a very busy camping weekend. It's a cool spot and the drive there is beautiful. It's the only campground in the general area meaning it's the only bathroom nearby. I'm sure the experience would be different if it wasn't a busy weekend. The entire time…
This RV park is right in town near all the local amenities. Lots to do here, hiking, boating, swimming. There are nice shade trees and nice space between campsites.
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It’s a nice little campground, a little bit tightly packed but good facilities
Nice campground but very desert-ie right so hot in the summer but on the river though so if you have a boat its great.
Awesome park near Dayton and Palouse Falls. Absolutely NOTHING, including cell service nearby, which made this open campground in a winter wheat field absolutely perfect!
The hosts/owners are good people, who are accommodating, and welcoming. Will definitely be back and enjoyed the gem.
I really like this campground for hammock camping. I had no trouble finding just the right spot to set up my gear.
This area is not open for winter camping. I have found few that are though.
I found a really nice hiking trail near the campsite and spent most of the day exploring the surrounding…
The restrooms here are some of the cleanest of the campgrounds in the area.
This camp site is not open year round but I’m not exactly sure when it closes. I came here to do some late fall camping and it was closed.
But I have been here on two other occasions, as it’s close by and often is not…
Overall this RV site is simply a place to park you stuff.
There is a nice playground and it’s walking distance from Safeway.
If your here to see a game or experience a local event, then it will suit your needs.
The RV sites are very close together but they do come with electric hookups and…
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I stayed here for one night and there was not much shade.
Like many RV parks there is a park, and tables outside.
There are train tracks very very close, but it was not disruptive surprisingly for the time we were there.
This site has it all if you are an occasional camper.
There’s lots of on site activities, and the property is well maintained.
The restrooms make it feel like your not even camping!
If your looking to see a lot of wildlife, this is not your spot.
I took my friend from India here as an…
The tent sites are very close together and are right near to a road.
The RV sites are decent with a bbq and a bench. There are spots to have a bonfire, but it won’t be on your site if you have a RV.
There’s a cute bridge that separates the RV camping from the tent camping with various day use…
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This park is very attractive. It appears to be well maintained and cleaned.
BUT... Do not tent camp here. I will admit I was hoping to hammock camp (I bring a tent too in case), and it was clear it would not be a camping environment.
And, if you are an RV camper, there’s no spot to really hang…
I’ve been in search of local winter camping spots. I’ve never paid so much for a tent site in my entire life. It’s important to note that even though it says it’s an RV Park there are tent spots offered here.
I think the price is high just because it’s in touristy location.
There were enough…
We visited this KOA for several years on 4th of July to visit a concert in Walla Walla. In the early days this KOA was nothing more than dirt tent sites. Since then, it has developed into a nice campground with mature trees for shade and grass at each site. The river is easy access for launching…
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