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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…
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.
Free camping a large area for 4x4's, sxs, motorcycles and atvs.
Dunes are Very busy in the spring and summer. shade can be hard to find.
Nice, clean facility near downtown Walla Walla and convenient to the many wineries.
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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There is a place nearby that offer camping but at 50$ didn't seem worth it.
We stopped here in our RV for a night on our way through. The campground isn’t anything to write home about, and seems to cater to fishermen. We thought the setting was scenic, but that’s about it. Wouldn’t want to spend more than a night here.
Not much around here but if you are driving by this place is clean and reasonable. They have a very wide road through the park which is nice and long pull-through sites. They only have 50 amp & we needed 30 but mgr let me borrow an adapter. Would stay again if passing by.
We dry camped down the road, so my review is from using The Last Resort dump station ($10 fee), and little store. The owners where super friendly and helpful guides of the area. They have cabins, RV sites (a little tight so if you are over 40 feet call ahead), dump station, propane, gas, and water.…
Finally a park where you have a little space between RVs. Full RV hook-up and internet for $35 per night. The owner drives through the park daily to say "Hi" and check on you visit.
Stop in and check them out!
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We were the only campers here when we pulled in. Gorgeous pine forest all around, lake view though it’s private so no access. Cute cabins around lake. Super quiet until dark when the elk started their singing! So cool! Absolutely loved it. Spaces are far apart.
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Campground was great, plenty of pull-through spots for our rig. We are 30 amp and was accommodated fine, RV notes are incorrect. Decorations were fun and quirky, front desk ladies were super nice too. Laundry was nice - $2.50 a load, bathrooms were closed due to Covid. Campground only a 5-10 minute…
Well maintained state park.