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21 RV Parks near Manson, Washington
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Manson. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Manson in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $1.00
Leavenworth camp trip. No TV or satellite reception. Close to river and fishing lakes. Nice lodge. Almost all sites have no sewer. Nice hiking and biking trails. Out of 200 sites, only 4 pull thrus. - Mnolasco
Sep 2019 - $1.00
This is a great TT campground about an hour outside Leavenworth. We're from the Seattle area and the first thing we noticed was the freshness in the air and the smell of the pines. There are two side to the park, the main entrance side where there is no cell connectivity but strong WiFi at the main lodge. But on the secret side of the park (near the pond) we had perfect cell reception. And, we were one of three campers there! We were there in September, so at the end of the season. There was ample space between each site and the main side of the park trees and shrubs separated each site. Near the pond side it was more open with less privacy. The restrooms were heated and very clean and probably the cleanest I've ever seen at a campground. The staff of course was super friendly and the grounds were manicured impeccably. The first day we were there was the last day of the season and they were having a pool party at the main lodge for the campers Dogs! We thought that was pretty cute. There are also several trails around the park with great views. - Glamour Glampers
Oct 2018 - $1.00
Was in the area the last weekend of Octoberfest. The camp is quiet, level, easy to navigate 30 foot TT. While there is wifi at the clubhouse, cell service is minimal with little to no data in the park that I could find. The hours of the club-house are very limited. All-in-all this is a great park for off-season. I wouldn't want to be here during the summer or on a holiday weekend as it just seems it would be too hot, too dusty, and too open. While the pump-out is conveniently located at the exit, again, I can't imagine what the line must be like on a Sunday morning during the summer.
If you have a larger rig and coming from the EAST, recommend go PAST Leavenworth on rt 2 to the west, take 207, then right onto Old Hwy 150. Follow to Chiwawa Loop Rd to the campground. The seemingly shorter route from EAST up Chumstick to Plain has good elevation and a few hairpin curves between Leavenworth and Plain. We explored both routes (without trailer) to Leavenworth from the park. While the westerly route is longer, it took the same time to get to Leavenworth as the easterly route. - MilesKB
Sep 2019 - $50.00
Park has a beautiful setting, some tent sites are on the water. RV sites have two sections. One full hook ups, others just power, water. Sites don't offer a whole lot of privacy, but the setting has much to offer. Big rigs can park in 1 thru 17, and Toad would need to be unhooked. Good cell service, after labor day camp store has limited hours on weekend. Café is across highway, but only during peak season. Staff is very helpful, and eager to please, and answer questions. - NXTSTOP
Jun 2018 - $41.00
An attractive if quite small park quite close to the popular tourist village of Chelan. Generally clean and well maintained and friendly staff. Nice beach and a neat, if short, hiking trail. If you want privacy go for the unserviced tent sites which are beautiful and some are OK for a small RV. The partial and full service RV sites are jammed up side by side with no privacy which is why we have the park only a 6 rating. We have had better privacy at many private for-profit campgrounds. Nice park if you don't mind being jammed up beside your neighbours. - FRL
Jun 2017 - $10.00
This was our second year camping here and always had great experience. This time we picked a "lake site" and it was super pretty. Very private came with a parking spot, close to the lake, fire pit and bench and jasmine trees all around. The restrooms were very clean and taken care of by the state park employees. The price was always reasonable, but book in advance! Did not use shower myself, but looked clean as well. Easy access to Chelan town. Will return again! - Lucie Jiraskova
Sep 2019 - $50.00
Way over priced. Beautiful setting in trees alongside the lake, which is why they can charge this price but sites are very short (this is an older public campground built before there were so many large motorhomes.) It's a large park with several large loops set amongst the trees. Lots of families as it's next to a large city park/playground and beach. People have to park their toad cross-ways in front of their rv which most of the time meant that the vehicle protruded into the road. In addition, after paying $50 a night you have to use quarters to pay for a shower! Again, it's all about the location but if you have a rig longer than 30' pick your site carefully. - ldukeb
Jul 2019 - $45.00
Ok, first the good. The location is great, right in the middle of Chelan and very near the lake for boating and swimming. Now the rest of the story. They allow multiple tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, floats, bikes, laundry lines etc. etc. There were several people sleeping on mattress pads in front of their rv or trailer. Cars and multiple trucks were parked on the grass etc. It looked more like a homeless encampment than an RV park. The bathrooms were woefully inadequate and dirty. There was 1 toilet and 1 urinal, 2 showers for 35-40 sites. So with all the people and kids there is no chance for a clean restroom. Another item is the check-in. We arrived around noon and were advised that check-in allowed only at 2pm. There were several sites and areas open but they would not even allow us to wait until 2pm. The made us exit the property and told us to go across town to park in the High School lot and come back at 2pm. Terrible. If you are looking for a zoo this is your place. If you are looking for a clean, quieter environment then there are a number of other options in the area. - Phoenixaway
Jun 2019 - $62.00
This is a great park. It it right in the middle of downtown and within walking distance to the stores and restaurants. It has huge trees and lots of grass. The staff if very friendly. It is right next to a city park which gives you access to the lake/beach. The city park has golf, go-carts, sand volleyball courts and a skate park. The WiFi is very good, and if it goes down, there are 2 others to connect to. The water pressure is pretty low, but that might be because they seem to be working on the water lines (or something they are digging up). - Moo1966
Aug 2011 - $31.00
This campground is all about boat access, because that's your only way to get in the water. There is a tiny swimming area that is really only good for small kids, but unless you have a boat there's no other water access here. The people were super nice and the facilities were clean. The campground is also pretty far away from Chelan, but there is a nice store in the campground for ice and firewood, etc. I thought the sites were too crowded, and there were a lot of tents on each campsite. - amandaHoops
Sep 2019 - $15.00
This is an incredibly well maintained park with wonderful views over the Columbia River. Interior roads are paved and big rig access is fair. Our pad was a paved and level back in and our grass site was very spacious, lots of privacy between sites, lovely shade trees, with picnic table and fire ring. We had a wonderful view over the water and it was very quiet at night. The bathrooms were spotlessly clean. Pet friendly. No WiFi but AT&T were fine. We would definitely stay here again, we cannot fault anything, but you do need to get here early if you want to find a site. $15 Senior Rate is exceptional value for the area! - Bluejug
Oct 2017 - $15.00
The off season senior rate of $15 is a bargain. It is a beautiful spot with a couple of caveats. To call this "big rig friendly" is a stretch. Our 45 foot motorhome was a challenge to get into ANY spot. The river front "pull thrus" are really semi circular loops that are narrow with the utility pedestals very close on one side and soft, wet grass all around. The sprinklers seemed to run almost non stop (in October?) so everything was super wet and soft. We could not pull all the way into a riverfront loop without rolling over the grass. Same with back in sites that had too sharp of an angle off the roads. We finally pulled about halfway into a loop site and had our front door overhanging the sopping wet grass. Great place if you can find a place to fit. I would say that 35 to 40 feet would be max. The sites are plenty long, but have turns that are too sharp. - Drakelos
Sep 2017 - $15.00
Lovely, very green PUD park right along the Columbia river. Some OTA tv stations. And the fee for seniors in the off season is a terrific deal. ($15). Sites and roads are paved, and sites have full hookups. Very dog friendly, and sites have a paved patio with a large table and views of the river. Would most definitely stay here again.a. - frmOregon
Jul 2017 - $43.00
Nice campground located on a lake fed by the Columbia River. No Wi-Fi, but good Verizon wireless connection. No sewer but a dump station is available. No cable or OTA TV channels. Marina inside the park but no boat rental. - Bburgbrewer
Sep 2016 - $43.00
Very nice small park on the Columbia River. Grassy sites with plenty of room. Paved roads and parking pads. Swim beach, volleyball, tennis, basketball, boat launch. Great views. Only caution is if you have a large rig the pull through sites are narrow and can be difficult to get into to. We got our 40' MH into site 21 but it was a challenge. Some of the curves on the interior roads are tight as well. - jprisbe
Sep 2014 - $35.00
My family and I stayed here along with many other families during my sons end of the year baseball tournament. It was a great place to come back after a day at the fields and swim and jetski in the river. Well kept park, lots of grass to throw the ball around/lawn games, sites were open to one another but it didnt matter considering it was the families of the team all right together. - PacificRVer
May 2018 - $30.00
This park, refurbished after a recent fire, is a great place to stay. The area is scenic and quiet. The lake provides a place to swim or fish. The facilities are in decent shape. - Dan C
Jun 2017 - $1.00
We were camp hosts for this park. Three years ago the park was caught in the Carlton Complex fire, the largest in Washington's history (over 250,000 acres burned) and was nearly destroyed. Hundreds of ponderosa pine and shade trees were reduced to ashes. Since then, the park has been in recovery. New trees have been planted and the native sumac has returned. You can obviously still see the devastation but it now lends the park a very rustic atmosphere enhanced by the predominately tent camping site arrangements. With a few exceptions sites are gravel and mostly dry camp with nearby water. There are water/power sites as well and depending on location a choice of 50 or 30 amp. Very few FHU but there is a dump station. The main attraction is the namesake - Alta Lake with trout, kokonee salmon, and bass. There is a large marked swim area and a concessionaire stand for food, ice, and firewood. Personally, I feel the state mandated pricing is high as the park is still recovering from being wiped out. - DennisK
Sep 2016 - $30.00
The rating reflects value for money. At 30$ for a dry site we feel this place to be way overpriced. We stayed after Labor Day, so one loop was already closed. Like one of the previous reviewers experienced, we got confused by the signage and drove past the camping loops into a residential area. Luckily we only have a Truck Camper. Good luck if you pull a trailer back there.
The sites turned out to be small and unlevel, offering no privacy. The Wifi was barely usable. The best thing was the quietness at night.
Water taps are around and a dump station is on the way out.
We will not come back. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2019 - $32.00
We stayed 3 nights to visit national park system sites in the area while traveling through the area. The park is a nice oasis in an arid region but with limitations & challenges. It is just off the main highway between the highway/railroad tracks and the river. The interior road & parking pads are paved. The interior road is narrow, one-way, with some tight turns, and designated & over flow parallel parking creating a challenge to maneuver larger RV's. Limited registration & unhooking parking near the camp host site where you check in. The parking along the one-way street could interfere with maneuvering to back in. Saw vehicles seen going the wrong way along the RV site row including City employees. All of the RV's sites are paved back-ins with a slight slope - lower in the rear. They are long enough to park an RV and another vehicle. Sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The majority of the parking pads face Northwest to Southeast so there is shade created by RV's on the patio side. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The electric & water connections towards front of site. Sewer connection at rear of site at ground level so establishing a downhill flow is dependent on the discharge point. Distance and grassy areas establish privacy between the sites. All sites have an outside table, fire pit and tent pad. Watched tent campers walking through RV sites (btwn 13 & 14) to reach tent sites (#1-8) when not parking in designated parking spaces. The landscaping is new so there is nothing to interfere with satellite reception. An employee string trimming threw small rocks against the side of our coach. No cable. No information about OTA broadcast channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels. No park provided WiFi. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. Didn't use the NET10 phone so don't know about reception. No designated fenced pet area. Must make reservation through ReserveAmerica.com (888-836-8762). Fee: $7. - bsb814
Apr 2017 - $40.00
This is a pretty basic campground, no frills, however the hookup fees were high considering there was no sewer or cable. Tent campers nearby. Beautiful location, though, on the waterfront. We'd stay again, though, when visiting Wenatchee as most of the other campgrounds filled up pretty quick. - Bport
Aug 2015 - $31.00
Located next to the Columbia River this park has grassy areas and picnic tables. There is swimming allowed in the river and kayaks, peddle oats and stand up boars available to rent. The sites are grassy and level but rather close together. Electric and water hookups only with no dump station in the park. The bathrooms and showers are adequate and relatively clean. Since there are quite a few tent sites, the restrooms are in heavy use. The hostess was exceptionally skilled in customer service and went out of her way to be helpful. The available WiFi could be used near the office only, but there is a table set and some chairs nearby that you can use while online. - Mainlygoing
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Simple, plain park next to the Columbia River. The 13 parallel RV sites are either grass or gravel with sun or shade, depending on the site. Water and electric hookups; no sewer and no dump station. Very clean park setting with boat ramps, lots of grassy areas but close to Highway 97 and fairly noisy. Verizon 4G service good but OTA television was primarily PBS (7 of the 10 channels). Dog friendly. No apparent restrictions on washing vehicles. I would stay here again. - fruffiii