April 29, 2022 - reviewed by Just Passing Through
Sure there are trains, but there are also green grass, eagles, migrating birds, big trees, and a lovely lake. After spending time in parking lots right next to the highway, this was the perfect place with a buffer. Host is on site and shared her lovely space even though we were a little early in the season.
August 21, 2020 - reviewed by Larry
Beautiful spot, big grassy parking right on trout lake. But way pricey!
June 14, 2019 - reviewed by Paul Andrews
Very Nice Campground
Small campground right on the lake. There is a boat ramp and a pier to fish from. You can see the freeway traffic but can't hear it. There is an occasional train. The lady who runs the campground is very nice and helpful. Good place for an overnight. 34 ft motor home towing a toad.
July 14, 2018 - reviewed by Mic
We had hundreds of flies in the RV even though we kept doors shut.
Bugs stuck on awning.
June 29, 2018 - reviewed by Tim
This campground is very nice and clean. The staff is adorable
August 9, 2017 - reviewed by Palamity
If you love constant train noise this is the place for you. No cable no wifi unless you pay and it is worthless. 75 cents for a 5 minute shower in the scariest bathrooms I have ever seen. Park lady was nice. Absolutely no amenities. Better have everything with you before you arrive.
July 2, 2017 - reviewed by Shan
Nice Little Place To Stay & Fish
A hidden gem with great fishing. The campground is nicely kept. Bathrooms ok. Bugs are bad but that was makes the fishing so good. We got a great spot on lake with beautiful sunset views. Our "neighbors" rented a rowboat to fish for $30 and couldn't use it that day, so asked us if we wanted to or it would r gone to waste. At the end of the day, the owner charged us an additional $30. So she made $60 on a one day boat rental...Thought that was pretty crappy.
June 29, 2017 - reviewed by Heather
Nice Park On Quiet Fishing Lake
Very nicely kept park with owner operator on site. Spaces are a little small if it were full but that's unlikely. Full hookups and lovely views! Owner takes a lot of pride in her park and keeping her guests happy. Boat rentals and bait on site if you feel like rowing yourself around or drowning a worm. Very convenient to Spokane or Moses lake. We even took a day trip to Lewiston Idaho through some quaint small towns and beautiful farm fields. One hint, don't bother stopping at the antique stores in sprague. They are more like an episode of hoarders than you could imagine. Owners are grumpy and downright unpleasant. I doubt the building inspector has been by in a while or they would have red tags on the outside.
June 17, 2017 - reviewed by RikkiB
An Unexpected Gem
We were traveling from Montana to Oregon and decided to stop here for the night. Both the town of Sprague and the campground left me wanting to come back and spend a week or more. Our campsite was right on the lake and had full hookups. The owner was wonderful and showed us the available sites. There are railroad tracks across the lake, which my husband and I both enjoyed very much. If train noise bothers you then this is probably not the right place for you. We found it peaceful and relaxing.
The town of Sprague is Americana at its best! It's like you're stepping back in time. There is a lot full of old trucks from the 40s, 50s and 60s. You can walk around and take pictures. There are beautiful old buildings, some abandoned, some with businesses in it. This is a place I would love to come back to some day.
June 6, 2017 - reviewed by Frank
Nice vie and grounds. A bit spendy for no rest rooms, shpwers or other normal perks. Wifi is an extra charge, and not so hot.
May 20, 2017 - reviewed by Dean
We Loved This Place..
We were right on the water, the weather was perfect, the sunset over the water was amazing, we built a fire in the fire pit and just relaxed all evening. Besides the noise from the trains, it was perfect! Loved the owner...perfectly hospitable!
August 7, 2016 - reviewed by Shannan
Owner was very helpful. Best overnight spot between Seattle and Spokane!
July 17, 2015 - reviewed by Stacy
The owner is friendly and the campground is a beautiful desert oasis. There are bugs, but no mosquitos. It is next to a major rail line (1/2 mile of open water between us and the train) so is fairly noisy at times, but it's definitely a nice place and worth a night or two.