I love this park! The park could easily accommodate double the amount of sites, but it’s perfect the way it is. The sites are all paved and have plenty of grass and strategically planted shade trees. Each site also has a square tent site. The loops are big enough that there’s a large, open grassy area in the center. In addition to water activities, the access to the bike trail is great.
August 6, 2018 - reviewed by Jason Plant
For three days we've been trying to book a site. No one has any. And every one of them does not know anything except there park.
June 18, 2017 - reviewed by Mike
Very Nice Spot
We really enjoyed this state park. The sites are spacious and there are many trails to see the nearby rivers. The kids loved the playground. Yes the sites are pricey but it's a state park and all state parks around here are fairly expensive.
May 24, 2017 - reviewed by M. ALLEN
$45 Dollars Exclusivity
Went through the industrial area to stay down in the nice looking park near town but went away because it is the most expensive campground for a state park that we have seen in our 12 months of touring North America. There must be a reason for the price but we could not justify paying that much. It was pretty empty mid-week in May and the state of Washington must not need tourists to visit their campgrounds. And $30 for a tent site! Sorry but no!
July 27, 2016 - reviewed by Kristin
I love this campground. It has lots of green grass (check the schedule at the ranger station to see what time your site's sprinklers will come on), a playground for kids, and a nice swimming area at the Columbia river that is a paved walk away. The campground is on a 10 mile paved loop that heads into and around part of Wenatchee. The Pybus market is a few miles away and is a fun stop. We've stayed here a couple times and the Rangers are pretty strict about dogs on leashes and carrying around open containers of alcohol.