July 28, 2019 - reviewed by marracci
Desert, Lake, Swimming And More
3 main camping areas, with full hookups. Some of the pads aren’t quite level, but there’s lots of room in the overall site configuration. We recommend the Sage or Dune lot if you don’t have a boat/trailer but still like to spend time in the lake swimming and floating. This place has it all and the concession stand has the last minute items you need.
Hike the Rock, it’s an easy punch to the top and massive views. Drive 20 minutes and see the laser light show at Grand Coulee Dam. Lots to do around here, even though it feels isolated.
It gets hot here in the summer, but the lake has many access spots. We will be back again soon.
March 27, 2019 - reviewed by Elizabeth L
Beautiful Scenic Area
Incredibly beautiful park during our visit in late March with partially snow covered lake. Very scenic. All facilities are clean and in good order. There were very few campers.
September 12, 2018 - reviewed by Scott F
Very scenic park.
great swim beaches, swimming, fishing.
Pretty much every site is nice.
Only negative (or positive depending how you look at it) is it is pretty far to get to from just about anywhere.
November 1, 2017 - reviewed by Tracy
We stayed in a brand new section of the park. We brought kayaks and paddle boards and played in the water all day. Many people brought ski boats. The hiking trails are strenuous but rewarding views! The bathrooms were new and clean! Staying here again next summer.
July 27, 2016 - reviewed by Kristin
Nice paved sites with grass. Long trek to the beach (we had to drive because toddlers aren't known for being too speedy). There is a nice playground at the swim area with a little concessions shop. There are also hiking trails up to steamboat rock.