We spent two nights here. I don't understand a previous comment about "5 campsites'. It's a large campground. However, the mood of SOME of the office staff was indifferent. They didn't seem to care whether you're there or not, (a little like a visit to the department of motor vehicles). After day one, I asked them to charge me for the second day and was told it was done. It never appeared on my statement, so I guess they were either mistaken or ? The sites are spacious and the asphalt parking pads are paved. However they are substandard especially for hot weather, (too thin, without proper base rock), so they warn you not to damage them with jacks under $250 penalty! They offer free wood blocks for prevention, but who is going to place them under four hydraulic jacks that swing down when activated? Not me! Since fourth of July was nearing, they apparently sold a large selection of fireworks on the res. It was like a war zone day and night. During our visit, the temperature was near 100 and the second day, the power failed twice, for two hours each time. Fortunately, we have generator backup. My impression is: great potential, poorly managed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Yakama Nation RV Park• 125 Resort RV sites have full hookups • 30 sites have Cable TV service • 14 Authentic teepees • Free wireless internet access • A short walk to Legends Casino • Dozens of nearby wineries • Heritage Restaurant • Large picnic shelter • Yakama Tribe Cultural Center • Open all year • Free Wi-Fi • Dome has large HD TV• Exercise Room • His/ Her Saunas • Heated outdoor swimming pool • Laundry room • Play grounds • Basketball & volleyball courts • Horseshoe pit • Mile-long jogging/walking track • Pets allowed ... more less