Samantha W.
Spokane Valley, WA
Joined August 2018

This RV park is more of a place for people to live, than a campground. Most people in this campground live here in their campers. They have a small grassy park area, and are on the outskirts of town (Spokane). Little worry of people wondering through, however all the sites are very close together with no personal grass area to speak of.

Theme Park

Definitely a campground ⛺ for those who want to spend their whole day at the park 🎢across the street. There is nothing to do in the campsite, however if you are planning to spend the whole weekend at the park 🎡 then it is the perfect place to stay.

Redwood Forest

Close to the Redwood Forest 🌳 we stopped here for a night 🌃on our road trip through California. The sites were nicely sized, though the showers are coin 👛operated. We liked sitting by the river 🏞 that flows next to the campsite. A nice place to rest close to the Redwood Forest without being packed.


Close to town 🌆 this Park is nice to get away for the day. I love the swinging bridge 🌉. However camping 🏕 here is very simple with basic facilities and the campsites all in the dirt. A great place to hike 🚶but not my favorite campsite ⛺.

Roller Coasters & Nature

A huge park 🏞you will never run out of space to explore here. My family camped here many times throughout my childhood. Close to Silverwood Theme Park 🎡you can spend the day playing on rides 🎢 and the night sitting around the campfire 🔥I remember one day we saw a mother bear 🐻and her cubs as we were picnicking in the day area. Definitely the best of both worlds.

Quick Stop

We were thrilled to find this campsite ⛺last minute. Driving🚘 up from California we hoped to visit Fort Steven's State Park 🏞but found all the campgrounds full. Luckily we stumbled upon this RV 🚐park. While there was only a few tent sites, the shower was warm and it was a place to sleep for the night. Glad we were able to find this place and still visit the beach!

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Weekend Getaway

Small campsite ⛺ on the edge of town. Perfect for a few nights relaxation. Hot showers 🚿make for a relaxing night after a day on the river ⛵. While there is no hiking here, it is close to nearby forests 🌲. With it's own boat dock ⚓ you can spend the night fishing before sitting around the 🔥. Great for someone who wants a simple campground.

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Childhood Memories

A small campsite ⛺ near Old Town, my family spent a weekend every summer ☀here when I was a child. We would get a first come site and spend our time fishing 🎣 and enjoying the campfire 🔥 Close to town it's easy to run to the store. While the campground is small, it's close to several forests 🌳 you can go hiking in, or go boating 🚣 and kayaking 🛶 on the river. We would also drive to Sandpoint to spend the day in town. Definitely a cute campground ⛺ to relax in!

Eagles and Ice Cream

Our favorite campground🏕, We visit every year.! The Trail of the Coeur D'Alene runs through this campground.Biking 🚵‍♀️the 7 mile ride to Harrison is a great way to spend the day, you cross the lake over a bridge, watching eagles 🦅 swoop over the lake as you ride, and finish your day with ice cream 🍧 at Harrison Creamery and Fudge Factory! You can also kayak🛶, boat⛵, hike 🏃and fish🐟. The perfect campground to keep the whole family entertained!