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thundermutt
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Date of Stay: June, 2017
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This place is very large, over 100 sites I believe, that being said its BUSY. They have good shade and the sites with tent pads are nice sandy and good sized. The restrooms seem to clean and cared for, although they are small for the large size of the park. Everything worked but the internet was weak and didn't work all that great unless you are near the entrance. The Park is veiled in many, many rules. I was was chased down by the camp host and accused of not picking up after my dog. (which was not true, btw). There are weekends they don't allow pets at all, so be sure to check with them on that if you travel with pets. There is no overflow parking. you have to pay to park in the public pay lot next to the campground. 10 dollars per day. They allow 4 people per site and its 10 dollars for each additional person. They give you a mowing and water schedule upon arrival, which is nice that way you know when to move things that may be in the way. you are pretty much right in town so you can walk to many things.
On off season, spring, early summer or fall would be the best time to stay here.
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Date of Stay: May, 2017
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We stayed here while attending an event in Soap Lake. What a nice surprise this place was. Its on a nice 9 hole golf course, with mini golf and a nice pool. The sites are nice with concrete picnic tables and fire pits. there is a small park next door. They do have a lot of live ins and full hookups were limited, however they have a trailer dump available and is free to guests. They have a small store and check in was easy. Price was reasonable as well.
The restrooms/showers although a bit dated are very well cared for and very clean. Probably the only down side was some road noise and trains. neither of which bothered us, but it might some people. Would stay again for sure.
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Smokiam RV Resort

Soap Lake, WA

Date of Stay: June, 2016
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The new owners of this facility have done a really nice job of fixing this place up. Each year when we stay there are some new updated things. They are currently remodeling the restrooms so they were not available during our stay. Its a big busy place but very family friendly. For an RV site is was 48 dollars per night which is about the going rate these days. we had power/water/sewer. They have added the Tepees to rent and have several nice park model log cabins to rent as well. I would recommend this place to stay. One thing to know is its on Soap Lake which is a mineral lake and can be very smelly at times.
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