This has to be the largest, fanciest site we’ve ever stopped at to date. It’s right next to a golf course, it’s absolutely gigantic and incredibly well manicured. Great for a family or longer term stay, though it was a bit expensive for us. While we do normally prefer more isolated camping, it was hard not to get sucked into the Sportsman’s many charms
This park felt considerably older compared to its state of the art neighbor, the Sportsman. However we actually liked it better because it was smaller, more inviting and neighbors were friendly and welcoming. Trees, shade, cozy community—reminded me of childhood summers
A more facilitated offshoot for bigger water toys
Smack dab amidst heat and fields, this is one of many little offshoots from the main road that gives you water access. All roads are gravel with a lot of large potholes and may be a thing to consider if you’re driving a low vehicle
Clean and an excellent place to rest of between long drives in eastern/central Washington
Exactly what you would expect to find at a fairground RV Park. That’s being said, it was far cleaner and well kept compared to many we have seen before
This is actually a storage area bumped right up against the KOA grounds
Everything you would expect from a KOA grounds. Two thumbs up
This was another really friendly park with many fantastic amenities. It felt like a community and private with how things were set up between spaces, which was unique to this spot compared to all others we’ve stopped at
Wow was this place fancy! If you’re looking for a full-service sort of experience, look no further! Fantastic amenities and right across from a major golf course
If it did exist at one point, it does not any longer. This was a residential neighborhood
We fully agree with Jeff’s review—this place was plush! While crowded, it was easy to see why. Really well kept grounds
This park was very clean and well kept. It’s a bit of a quick offshoot after the intersection—be ready for that sharp turn uphill!
So this spot was off a really confusing road area (lots of quick and sort of dangerous turns and intersection). There is a Planned Parenthood and furniture store you drive by as you are entering. Spots were shaded and neighbors were really kind, friendly and welcoming
There aren’t any sites here actually, but the road snugs right up to the water. Sprawling green lawns great for a picnic and plenty of parking if you brought your water toys!
We got some weird energy from residents when we arrived so we decided to keep it moving.
I feel compelled to share that we preferred Richland to Kennewick overall, so this will definitely show in my reviews. This was a nice little spot if you’re looking to stay for awhile
We stopped here on a longer stretch of our drive and it was the perfect reprieve for cramped car legs :)
We visited in August and boy did we sweat!
We preferred the site across the street