Nice park, plenty of shade in lot 23. Nicely graded and very clean. Some road noise, but nothing that kept us up at night. A few long term residents, however there was no loud noise or rowdy behavior at all while we were there for the three nights. A nice touch - the groundskeeper delayed cutting the grass around our coach till we pulled out (without any prompting from us)! If you're heading this way, fill up on fuel before you get here. Apparently fuel has been quite expensive here for some time and it was no different during out stay. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Attractive RV sites are tucked away behind a small motel framed by forested hills and valleys. The friendly owners keep the property well groomed. Level gravel pads are separated by grassy areas and mature trees abound. Utilities were reliable and include both Wi-Fi and cable TV. We would be very happy to return to this park. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For what we needed this was a great park: beautiful setting, level sites, large shade trees, full hookups and bullet proof Wi-Fi. This is a small park tucked in behind a motel building. There is some noise from the highway out front but it's not terrible and mostly no traffic at night. The Kettle Falls/Columbia River area has lots to explore and we had a tough time finding a spot like this. There are tons of Forest Service campgrounds but they have no hookups and are limited to smaller RV's. We're glad we found this spot and will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a hidden treasure outside of Kettle Falls, WA. It is clean, shady, friendly and easy to find. The only drawback is there is only one women's and one men restroom for the entire park so you use your own or wait your turn. We have stayed here on two separate occasions and were grateful to get here both times. Wi-Fi is slow but that is a small inconvenience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Dry camping, reservations available but if you don't care where you camp probably not necessary as many spaces are available even on the weekends. This campground is mostly used by boaters who bring their RV for the evening and Canadians who like the cheap price. Bathrooms were old but clean, no showers. Most sites are pull-through but like another reviewer said, lots of trees make the spaces tight. Most are slightly off-level but not by much. If you like privacy the 50 series sites are tucked far in the back. Water sites are really nice but there is about a 6 foot drop to the water and no beaches. There was a sign that warned of "swimmer's itch" a parasite that borrows under the skin and causes allergic reactions in some, so if you do go into the water, rinse off!! Also bring mosquito repellent as they were hungry. A nice trail runs south of the campground from the dump station and also a small store/cafe is at the boat dock. Dump site also has a fresh potable water spigot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for an inexpensive down-to-basics campground, Kettle Falls Campground is it. Located right next to Lake Roosevelt, you can have a site "on the lake". But you are up above the water by several feet and will have to climb down a steep bank to get to it! It is still a beautiful setting though with lots of pine trees for shade, clean bathrooms with flushing toilets (just no showers), and a very nice boat launch/marina for boat lovers. Sites are all paved, but not overly long, and the pull-through sites are narrow and tight. Next time we go we will pick a back-in site over a pull-through. A swimming beach is advertised on the website, but that encompasses the entire Lake Roosevelt Area. There is NO swimming beach at this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a Passport America park. In a effort to see the area and be in a place more then a day we try to find a park for a good value in lieu of boondocking in a Wallmart parking lot as you might do for one night. The Pros and Cons. Pros, nice equipped RV store on sight. Very nice hosts and office staff. Overnight sites are level and pull-throughs on gravel, but could be dusty if windy. Cons, entrance looks kind of junky, but not sure if all of it is the RV Parks junk. Road to overnight stay is very rough and you pass through permanants with a lot of junk and what could be classified as undesirable people(1st impression). Noise level from pulp plant running 24/7 is a constant hum which is better than a sporadic dog barking (This could be considered a Pro since there was no dog, but the plant hum does get annoying). Also a train runs parallel to park with an occasional toot, and last but not least the water treatment plant right behind the park which will be open for your enjoyment fall of 2012. This is not a kid friendly park DO NOT LET YOUR KIDS RUN FREELY HERE. Overall view, my wife questions my frugal decisions on camping sometimes, but i always put safety first and there has been some parks I have exited as fast as I have entered. With all the above mentioned I still felt safe where we were camped. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Panorama RV Park is ok for an overnight stop; our site was a pull through gravel, no grass. When wind is blowing, there is gravel/dust in the air. Appeal is not good and the road in needs repair, but it would be OK for overnight stop at the Passport Rate of $16 plus tax. There is 24 hour noise from wood mill. We did have 50 amp full hookup and a site for dish setup. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price was good for the type of park it is. If it was more we would continue down the road. Passport rate. Bathrooms were ok and WiFi was in the building. Nice and quiet area during our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was not expecting much because of the prior reviews so I was surprised. There are quite a few older rigs that look permanent but the park isn't so bad. The staff went out of the way to find a spot that was satellite friendly and when the only spot was 30 amp they came around and changed it out to 50 amp. We were here under NACC so the fee was $12.00 plus $2.00 for 50 amp. We would use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access for main highway. Curb appeal is not at this RV park. There are old trailers and boats at the entrance. There are allot of long term parked RVs. The hosts are very friendly and helpful. There is a club house,laundry and RV supplies store. If you want a base camp to tour the area, this park is OK. If you want to have activities at the park this is not the park. It is a quiet park and the other campers were friendly. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is in poor condition with a lot of permanent units that bring down the quality. The roads and sites are gravel. They charged $2/day extra for 50 Amp. WiFi is available near the office (ask the owner or campground host for the password). The park was quiet from Saturday to Sunday, because the nearby railroad did not work. The park was OK for one night, but I wouldn’t stay longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean campground with gravel interior roads and campsites. A well stocked store with many RV items in stock. The park is close to a railroad so it was sort of noisy at night. Other than that, it was well maintained and no noisy guests. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.