RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Yakima Sportsman
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
No 30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 60 ft.
Yakima Sportsman is located in Washington
46.5718 N
-120.4332 W
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9 Reviews of Yakima Sportsman
Really cool

This place is pretty cool. It’s close to Yakima and great for a place to visit while you’re in “The Palm Springs of Washington”.

Quiet, clean and Shady

For a state park this was a little pricy. We found out it was about $15 more if you made a reservation. There are pull through and back in sites with ample room. Tables and fire rings at each site. It is a nice campground.

My sunny spot!!!

This is one of my favorite campgrounds!! As a Tacoma resident we have a lot of clouds. I head over to Yakima for my sun. This campground never disappoints!

There are lots of spaces for tents and RVs. Clean and well maintained bathrooms. There is plenty of space for kids to play and visibility is high for bike riding. There is a huge group campsite that has bathrooms near it.

The surrounding grounds is a park with playground equipment and a huge field. There are tons of hikes and a small pond to explore…with turtles!

Great family spot

This is a State Park that requires a Discovery pass for day use and parking. If you pay for a camp site the parking is included. Some sites don’t have any privacy but other have plenty. The showers are by tokens 2 for $1, each token gives you 3 minutes of shower time. Plenty of things to do around town.

RV city

Not what I was expecting. Not ideal for tent camping, and the river was nowhere to be found.

Close to town but nestled away in the woods

Close to town, nice , quiet clean park. Rangers are very helpful.

Very clean and comfortable

quiey but easy to get back on the road

Fun but crowded

im not sure if its always crowded because i go there on weekends, or if it is always crowded, however this place is a fun place to go boating and fishing, usually when i go the waters are rather crowded, but still a fun place to camp fish and boat

First to Review

This state park is in a wonderful area, however it is not the best kept.. it seems like they planted grass instead of letting the wild grass grow, but they dont really maintain it.. The bathrooms were nasty to say the least, and the sites seemed overpriced for what you are getting. Near to the campground there is a wonderful little marshy pond that has plenty of water fowl and frogs to enjoy watching. wish that the camp grounds were better taken care of though