Trailer Inns RV Parks
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 15 Amps
Nice clean little park, employees seem nice and friendly. Nice little overnight stay. Spaces are tight so not a great place for larger rigs. Seems like a lot of permanent tenants but no problems at all. It was very noisy due to the parks location to I-90. I would stay here again.
Resort of Last Resort
If you are desperate and want a bargain, I guess this place is OK. I should've been suspicious when I called and the guy asked, "how old is your rig?" I said "what does that matter?" and he replies "because that will tell me what side of the park to put you in." Whatever you do, don't let them put you in a back-in site, as they are ridiculously small. We have just a 2007 24' fifth wheel, and we has SO much trouble getting in the spot. It was insane. The back in area is full of permanent residents who keep relatively clean grounds, but their rigs are old (and some permanent mobile homes too), and the grounds in this part of the park are just depressing. We had to stay in this section so we could get our satellite internet reception, which we did. But sites were so close I could hear kids in the next door trailer, and smell smoke from a smoker next door. The pull through side is OK, but you won't get any satellite reception there, too many trees. Staff was really friendly though, I'll give 'em that much. We had to get out of there though, and cut our Spokane visit short. The sites, the freeway noise, it was just too much.