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7 RV Parks near Dusty, Washington
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dusty. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dusty in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Actual stay was early April 2016. Park was marked closed, but I talked to someone on-site who sent me into town to talk to a nice lady at the County Office, and she authorized my stay. Had the entire place to myself. I am a truck-camper who usually free-camps, so just having electrical hook-up was luxury for me. I imagine during the fair, it gets pretty packed. Has both back in and drive through. I liked it because they have poplar trees that provide shade for much of the hot part of the day. It was a very warm April last year. the whole area was a grass lawn, green when I was there, maybe yellow later in the season. Not dusty while we were there, but might be later in the season. We were left alone. Town's a bit of a drive, so bring what you need if you don't have a "dingy". Farm country, unless it's fair time, not a lot to see or do here, but I wanted solitude for writing, so it was PERFECT.
Wide open, the later in the year, the more important the fence line with the Poplar Trees is going to be! - tomasito michellito
Aug 2012 - $15.00
This makes a good overnight if traveling along Hwy. 26. The fairgrounds is 5 miles west of Colfax right along the highway. The entrance is on Endicott Road and then take the second immediate driveway to the RV section. Parking is at the north rear of the fairgrounds complex so there is no traffic noise. There is good signage. All sites are pull-through and are on thick, lush grass. There are no trees. Our 40' motorhome with towed was easily maneuverable. There is good 30A electric and good water at each site. There is a dump station which requests $5 for campers and $10 for non-campers. Payment for the $15 campsite is by envelope in a drop box. We would stop again. - nbi600
Aug 2011 - $15.00
I spent a few days here, and it wasn't bad. It wasn't crowded in the middle of summer, so felt spacious. It's all nice green lawn, which is continuously watered. A wall of tall trees lines the sites along the fence, and help protect against the heat and wind, although other sites are in the open. My site was level, and the "unofficial" host helpful. The showers were clean, and offered lots of hot water- just remember to allow about 3 minutes for it to warm up. The showers are not in the rest room closest to the spaces, but behind another building so you may need to ask someone for directions. Although the park is not on the highway side of the fairgrounds, you will have some (but bearable) truck noise. The office is not open regular hours, but there is a drop box by the entrance. - Traveling man
Jun 2018 - $45.00
This is probably the best camp we have been to in years. It was an Old State Park so the sites are plenty wide and the view is beautiful. The river is at the camp and you can fish or use your boat if you would like. You can walk down or drive to the dam and lock. You cannot drive across the dam with LP tanks. But that is fine we plan on going down the other Road along the Snake River. The view is wonderful seeing the wheat fields along the way. - Gail
May 2018 - $42.00
We stayed here last fall and again in May this year. I feel this is a hidden gem. It is out of the way: Pullman is 45 minutes away and Colfax about 30 minutes. Once you are on the state highways the roads are narrow but in good shape.
Having said all that, this campground is neat and clean, and quiet. It is on the Snake River and there is also a marina. The staff is courteous and helpful. It is under new management and is now a KOA branded facility. There are lots of big shade trees and the sites are wide and not close together. One of our favorite spots. - bobinidaho
May 2010 - $24.00
We camped here for four nights early in the season so there were only a few other campers there. The Manager was exceptional. Very helpful though they take a day off on Mondays and are a little difficult to reach. The store seemed well stocked though we didn't really use it much. The sites were clean, level, with all utilities very functional. The entire area is treed and right along the Snake River below the Lower Granite Dam. There is a small beach area, a marina, as well as very nice day use facilities. There are paved paths along the river going both upriver and down. We hiked both directions. Upriver takes you right up to the dam. There is a nice visitor center on the other side of the river at the dam. It's a little complicated to cross the dam, because you have to be escorted. Don't try to take a big camper across the dam because the route is a bit circuitous. The restroom/shower facilities were old, but clean and in good repair. Laundry facilities were minimal and old. Overall a very enjoyable camping experience for us. - Idaho Traveler
Mar 2018 - $22.00
My dog Piper and I spent a month in space #12. I backed in with the managers assistance and he hooked up my utilities. The park is small concrete pads with full city water and sewer. I was able to walk my dog on a quiet street. Our stay was pleasant, no difficulties and secure next to state police. Plenty of snow and the area was plowed as necessary. City water was 92 PSI, I used a pressure reducer on the hydrant. - MaryRachelpiper
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Very good Park. Safe and secure. Manager helped us with our problem and loaned us a sewer hose. Nice area, Wheat fields were close to harvest. - JessP1981
Jun 2017 - $25.00
The RV Park that is part of the mobile home park needs updates. The cost should have been in the $17 per night range. There is a busy uphill street behind the rv sites. It is noisy with lots of traffic. You need to wear earplugs when you go to bed, because the traffic wakes you up in the early morning if you don't! The concrete pads are not long or wide enough for big rigs. The concrete at our site was broken up and cracked. They need to add gravel, as we had a muddy area in front, and had to use 4-wheel drive in our truck to pull out our 5th wheel when we left. The grass needed to be mowed. There was dirt, wood, an old boat, and other items strewn around. It was convenient for our visit in Colfax, but we won't return to this park in the future. - Lindy White
Aug 2010 - $29.00
This park is owned by the Army Corps of Engineers and leased/operated by CLM (California Land Mgmt). At least up to last year. Now new stating the park will not be open for 2011. (Don't know if Army or CLM is dropping.) This was a top 100 family rated park in the US! Now closing? The spaces are all paved, well spaced, electric (30 amp only). A little short for hot summers, water and sewer available, as is fire pits, picnic tables and dumpsters close by. Firewood, ice, limited supplies available for fee. Clean restrooms/showers. (Coin op showers.) Great bass fishing at the park. Has free boat ramp for campers, large grassy areas for pets, kite flying, picnic lunches, tenting, etc. Very quiet, warm and clear skies, hiking. Signs in park say rattlesnakes are around. Have camped here for years and have not seen one. Snake river is a mile wide (or close to it). Only snake I have seen. Deer are frequently seen in park. Write to the Corps to keep open: so you can stay here and enjoy! - kaptainkirk
Feb 2018 - $25.00
The RV Park is close to town for east shopping. It is also located next to two gas stations where propane is available. The manager is very helpful. Nice place to stay at! Cable TV, phone and internet are available at power pole. Cable TV is included in your daily or monthly rate. Electricity, water, sewer and garbage are also included in the daily or monthly rate. - pathfinder1280
Sep 2018 - $35.00
A nice little park (20 spaces), clean and quiet, but it seems to have been designed by someone who doesn't know much about RV's. The utilities and in some cases the concrete picnic table pad are at the front of the site. I had to be 10' father forward than I would have ordinarily been, except to reach the utilities. So make sure you have extra lengths of hose and electrical cords. WIFI Internet access is weak, and there is no cable or antenna TV. The pull-thru sites are very short. It seems to fly in the face of the rigs that would actually need a pull-thru site. I can't imagine a big rig in one of those. They would be hanging out on one end or the other. Showers and restrooms are good. They have a port district resolution that prevents 'permanent' residents. But it appeared that most of the sites when we were there were occupied by other than recreational visitors. Pomeroy was a bit of a disappointment. A lot of stores were closed on Saturday afternoon. We would stay here again if we had a reason. But I doubt we will. - RnBRV
Aug 2017 - $17.00
This little park is a hidden gem. Long pull thrus or back ins. We are 45 foot so took a back in with car parking beside coach. Grass between sites, small patio with picnic table. Very strong WiFi, good 50 amp, high water pressure and good satellite. Deer walking thru park in evening. Small adequate grocery store 1/2 mile away in town. Only one washer-drier but it is free. This is not a resort, no pool, etc. but great overnight , weekly or monthly stop. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - mrk
Jun 2017 - $30.00
We stayed here in a 40 ft 5th wheel. The sites have a patch of grass, a concrete patio with table, and they have some elbow room. The park isn't heavily used unless there is a local event going on. Excellent Verizon 4G service which gave me good private Internet service with a Jetpack. Pomeroy has no cable service so either bring a satellite hookup or movies to watch ;0). I was not able to pick up the Lewiston, ID TV station by antennae but I may not have gotten the antenna turned correctly? Highway 12 is somewhat close but I did not notice excessive traffic noise. Access to 121 Port Way is convenient & easy (first turn west of U. S. Forest Service Administration Building on Main Street west of Pomeroy). There is overflow parking in an empty lot right next to the park. - GenBug
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Very disappointed. We've stayed here for several years now, and this year they raised the rate and took away cable TV. They say they are negotiating with the cable company for a new contract. They also changed the wifi password and didn't tell anyone. And they're closed on the weekend, so we couldn't even find out about it from when we arrived on Friday until Tuesday (Monday was Labor Day). I could tell you the new password, but I think everyone should call them every time until they get tired enough of the complaints and change the receipt to have the correct password. The site was long enough for the RV, but no good parking for the truck. - FullTimersinceMay2012
Jul 2017 - $25.00
A great place to spend the weekend visiting someone at WSU. A parking lot with full hook ups. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV. They had tables and a charcoal grill. Spaces are short. We camped at Pullman RV Park in a 25 Motorhome. I would use again because it close to WSU, almost could walk to campus or at least bike to it. Its in town, - doit
May 2017 - $25.00
A great place to spend the weekend visiting someone in school. more or less a parking lot with full hook ups. They had tables and a charcoal grill. Spaces were short. - Landsharkcampers