We were there only one nite. The staff were great. The park was clean and we'll maintained. I would recommend all to choose this park for your excursions.
This is a nice clean RV park on the edge of the Yakima River. There is easy river access and it's a very attractive setup. However, the layout is a bit odd and the office did not tell us that we could not make the obvious turn onto our street. We guessed that if I continued I might be able to come in from another street/angle. The turn we found could not be completed without a back and fill. It looks like we should have gone in a completely different direction and had easy access but it was too late when no one offered the necessary information. Our site was quite large but the utilities are spread out with sewer at the rear and the electric nearly at our drivers window. Otherwise, the park is gravel and grass with a reasonable amount of space between the RV's on one side but close on the other as the utility isle is a shared setup with one RV going NS and the other SN. This is our second stay and we would stay again as it is very convenient to Ellensburg. We don't use any park facilities so I can't you how things are at the bathhouses and such.
We only stayed one night, but the site had full hookups and decent WiFi. Would give more stars, but I prefer cement pads. Just a preference. Oh! Also quite a bit of highway noise.
One of the better koa's on the Yakima river. Spots are was to close together.
I was surprised. We had to choose a different route from the Oregon coast to Coeur d'Alene because of the fire in the Cascade Locks area. This also meant finding somewhere else to stay. So instead of coming across on I-84 we headed up north to Washington and came across I-90. Found the Ellensburg KOA and from looking at the area and the website we weren't expecting much. But, I really liked this place. Lots of trees, on the bank of the Yakima river, real friendly host/camp workers. If it hadn't been raining so much, I would have parked my self in a chair under the crab apple tree we were parked next to and I would have just enjoyed the setting. Would definitely come back. Would give it a 5 except the traffic noise. Far enough from the Interstate to not hear that, but it's right next to the off-ramp that goes into a truck stop...so lots and lots of trucks getting off.
It was ok, for an overnight, at end of season.
Spoke with the owners tonight at great length. They took over a year ago in August. They are trying to upgrade the place and are actually staying open throughout the winter. They will have I believe 26 sites with power ( might be full hookup ) but that is better than not having a place to stay. There's a big gap between Spokane and here so I was glad to get a site tonight.