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The campground is beautiful. If you are looking for a resort type place this is not it, but if you want to get away from the city and in tune with nature, this is the place. I believe that most of the time the campground is used for retreats and such so it’s a bit rustic. There are about 8-10 RV sites; all are on gravel, except for site #1. The office staff and camp host are wonderful people. We were camping for 3 days before we paid our bill, as our timing was out of sync with the office staff. She didn’t seem to mind, as she was so easy going. Our campsite’s 30-amps was not working and the camp host, Andy, let us borrow a 50-amp to 30-amp converter. Thank goodness he had one, it’s now on our shopping list. The grounds are spectacular and peaceful. Deer roam the campground; we saw a 2 point buck, a few does and yearlings, and fawns. There are trails through out the park. The place is incredible. My husband used the bathrooms and showers, I choose not to. They were clean, but old. He said they were OK. Most mornings it was raining and I didn’t want to walk through the wet grass to the facilities. WiFi was excellent, no cable, some on-air channels, no laundry facilities. There are cabins that can be rented, plenty of tent sites, and a wonderful playground. Improvements to the park are all done by donation. It’s about 30 minutes from Bellevue, 25 minutes to Issaquah, 25 minutes to Snoqualmie Falls. We would stay again in a Nano-second.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
E & J RV Park This park worked for us only because we are self contained and had been with family in Spokane for 8 days and needed a couple down days to catch up on correspondence before we met friends in Seattle for 8 days and we couldn’t get into the Seattle park early. The park is horrible. There are a lot of full timers there with really old rigs and various vehicles and junk around their spaces. In addition, the spaces are very narrow, no privacy, and barely a place to set up chairs IF one wanted to sit outside. Yes, you do hear the train and the freeway, but neither of those is overwhelming and did not bother us. The bathrooms are old, need repair, and are dirty as was the laundry room. On a positive note, the owners, who also own the Days Inn adjacent to the property, are really nice people. RVes may use the pool and for additional $5 a person purchase the Days Inn’s “Continental Breakfast”, we choose not to. WiFi was virtually non-existent; my husband would go into the lobby of the hotel so he could play his on-line game. I used my Verizon phone as a hot spot to pay bills. If you just need a place to lay your head, it beats a rest area or Walmart. There are various campgrounds in the area, but there was a concert in the Gorge that booked up the campgrounds and hotels. $40 a night.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Very nice shop. Jimmy is wonderful.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Sites 61 & 51. Boardman RV Park and Resort has many mature trees and grass through out the park. Our site was very level and spacious; there was approx. 60-80 feet between our site and other sites. Very quiet and peaceful sitting along the Columbia River. Washing and drying is $1.00 each. No cable TV, WiFi was working really well when we got there but then it got spotty. There are train track nearby, but not a big thing, in fact, it’s was kind of nice to hear the train go by as they did not use their horn. Worse thing is the limited amount of over-air TV channels plus the signal breaks up. Bathrooms were average, nothing special, and they were clean. There is a nice bike path that goes east and west from the park. The camp hosts were really wonderful. We camped in a 30ft motorhome and would definitely return. We paid $23.85 a night. We spent 4 nights as it was so relaxing and beautiful.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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Mmmmm good and March was the best!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
North Spokane RV Campground is fabulous. The park is approx. one year old. The campground has new, level concrete sites, grass, and concrete patio. Bathrooms are new, clean, and spacious, and showers are “private” rooms with a toilet, sink, and shower. There is grass between sites and small sapling trees, which hopefully will grow as the years go by to provide some shade. There is a pool and spa. The laundry room was very clean, $1.75 for wash, $1.50 for dry. There is a meeting/lobby room with new couches, TV, small kitchen sink, dining table that could sit 8 people. The campground has great cable TV at least 30+ channels including HGTV and Hallmark, and great WiFi. The location is also fabulous as it is close to grocery stores, big box stores, Costco, nail and hair salons (we have been on the road for six weeks, needed to get my hair done). One person commented about the concrete floors in the bathrooms and shower rooms. That was not a problem for me as I watched the cleaning crew clean and I think the concrete is actually cleaner than using tile. There was no chance of slipping as the concrete had a pattern in it to create a non-slip surface. There are some sites that have extended time campers, people that work in the area. The rules are very strict, but that makes for a clean, presentable, classy place. We stayed 9 days and would stay there again in a Nano-second. When driving to the campground from Highway 90 take Nevada Street, not Division, as Nevada is a bit wider in downtown Spokane. The streets are very narrow in the downtown area. Also, there is a “back way” out of the campground, which will make it easier when leaving in a car; it took us a day to figure it out. I think soon when the road construction is complete RVs will also be able to take the “back way”.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I needed to wash my king size comforter and blanket and I'm not savy about laundromats. The woman at the counter was very helpful, she used her card to pay for the wash cycles. I asked how much I owed for the wash and she told me to pay after I had dried the items. The place is very, very clean. There is also a drop off service, but we did not use it.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago