Reviews for Steamboat Rock State Park

By user-5732047... on 2017-10-23.

Very nice area with trees and a nice sand beach, but $45 with pay showers and no wifi seems to expensive

| Nice site!

By user-5250073... on 2017-10-23.

Love the set up. All the RV spots are paved and pretty level, at least in the Sage and Dune areas. Lots of grass, nice beaches and plenty of room in between spots. I love that you aren't lined up (sites are set around circles, with about 5 circles in a cluster. Tent sites are along driveways to the circles. Each full hookup had power, water, sewer, pad, picnic table and fire ring. No wi fi and VeriIn cell had 3 bars of 1x service so Internet was slow. Great paved trails and hiking trails, beaches and a boat launch. I launched the kayak from the beach at the bottom of our spot.

By user-491011 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-04-22 to 2015-04-23

Just 15 minutes south of Grand Coulee Dam, this was a very nice state park to stay in. Early in the season, so plenty of sites to pick from. Once a spot was identified we drove back to the main entry to "phone in" our selection and pay - credit card was accepted. $35.00 full hookups, no Internet or cable TV, but a mighty nice setting. Level sites, some with shade, some with grass next to the blacktop pad while another section had blacktop plus gravel. Good access to Banks Lake as well as hiking opportunities up on Steamboat Rock. Getting up and down isn't easy - requires effort and watching foot placement due to loose rocks. Once on top, nice hiking for over an hour. We happened to be there when wild flowers were in bloom. Fantastic. Stayed in our motorhome. We will certainly be back when we're in the area.

| Breathtakingly Picturesque..

By user-5527701... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-09-15 to 2018-09-17

I was finally able to get's usually full. It was worth the wait. WOW! Not only was the park beautiful, but the campground was immaculate. Even when full, it doesn't seem crowded. The sites are nicely spaced out and easy to back into. Plan on being off the grid (no cell/data/wifi).. It's remote. But it's less than 15 miles to town. We biked a bit. There are lots of hiking trails we're going to check out next time. We also drove a couple of miles up the road to Northrop Canyon which is also State Park. It's a primitive road but lots of photo ops. Steamboat Rock is one we'll be visiting a lot. This one is by far a favorite.

| Lovely park

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

This park is the best . . . Beautiful with great fishing, kayaking,nice bike trails and visiting wildlife like deer and turkey.