We paid $35 for a site with power. Sites are small and cramped with little or nothing between. No WiFi that we could get nor showers, but we didn't expect that. The park sets within Dry Falls the biggest water fall on the planet! Dry now but during the last ice age these falls covered over 3 miles. It is a sight to behold!
We paid 40.00 a night for a campsite. Seems high for a state park. We had plenty of room in the site. Bath houses were clean but pay per use. There was some wildlife in the area, a deer and raccoons. Mosquitoes were out in force. We had to put the screen room up just to be able to sit outside. We drove to Grand Coulee Dam and stopped at the dry falls visitor center. Great information on the dry falls that was once the largest.
We found the park folks friendly & helpful. Clean, level & full hook-up RV sites, clean facilities. Several RV sites are adjacent to other sites, good for groups, not so great for a single couple looking for relaxing.