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Great campground. It was very quiet. Sites had plenty of space between them. Great location. Even had WiFi. Not great WiFi but still. It was a nice place.
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Though they are working really hard on cleaning up the grounds and buildings, it’s still really dirty and dusty. Our campsite had no less than 100 cigarette butts in it when we arrived. The lake access is choked with weeds and muck except in the designated swimming area which was clear. The manager…
We have been to the Blue Lake Resort during June 2021. The location is awesome, quiet and peaceful for a relaxing vacation. The breeze is welcoming& gentle enough to get fresh air. Very friendly staff, good walking, can get out onto calm rides on water, get some fresh water swimming, catch good…
Great park with tons of room. No one is right on top of each other. One problem, no laundry facilities!
I stayed here one night in July 2021. The sites are in groups of four with one gravel/dirt parking spot for each campsite. Behind the parking spots are picnic tables, a tent area and a fire ring for each site. Generally the area is weedy, grassy or dry dirt/sand. Most sites have lake view / access,…
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Their campground has a lot to offer. With the good comes the bad. The camp spaces are packed together and the road I. And out is very narrow. All in all it is a nice day lace with lots of shade.
We stayed here in July 2021 the pool and hot tub are open the club house is as well. There are 30 and 50 amp sites with sewer hook ups. It is blazing hot here in summer with little to no shade. Nice walking path to the river and to the resort community near by. It is about 10 miles from Quincy Wa.…
We visited during July 4th 2021. Lots of activities for kids, and a large fireworks display/live band. Really nice people.
We went on the 4th of July weekend. The campground was crowded with families but also groups of adults. The families were great but the adult groups not so much. There is no host to monitor people so there were folks running their generators all night and others were up partying until 2 in the…
The location is a long haul on a dirt road to the campground. Rig was covered in dust by arrival. First 10 minutes we found the worst part of this location. Right next to a very busy railroad and there is no railroad crossing and the trains blare the horn at least 6xs while passing… 2 to 3 times an…
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Friendly staff, huge sites, lots of choices for water access within walking distance.
We stayed a couple of nights at Smokiam in one of the hot tub sites. It is a very well cared for campground with employees constantly buzzing around on golf carts to be sure there is no litter. Soap Lake is interesting with a very soft muddy bottom on the CG side of the lake.
This was our first visit to an RV “resort” and it wasn’t horrible. MarDon has lots of nice amenities but boy is it crowded. If you don’t mind crowds and like the convenience of resort camping MarDon is a good choice.
(Disclaimer: I prefer boondocking and getting as far away from people as…
At first glance, Cow Lake is a beautiful and secluded oasis tucked away in the scablands of Eastern Washington.
However, the area is a very popular local fishing and recreation spot and gets crowded on the weekends.
Cow Lake is about 10 miles east of Ritzville and is a free, dispersed camping…
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Clean, well-kept facilities. If you’re hooking up, you’ve got sewer right at the site! Hiking to the top of the plateau is worth it. Tons of little hidden spots along the water to find a place all your own.
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