It reached degrees while we were here. Potholes Reservoir State Park is beautiful, clean, spacious and well thought out. We wish we would There are lots of big holes in Potholes State Park. They are connected together underground and sometimes they are high and somtimes they are low, but always wet, lots of mosquitoes.
The tent loop was Big wet holes empty and quiet, which was nice for our group with many many children on bikes.
Spots are spacious with room for tents and more. Bathrooms were smelly yes I know some of this is unavoidable, but we've camped a lot with vault toilets without this issue. There is a lot of wildlife racoons, quail, morning doves, owls, red squirrels, etc. When we camped it was smokey, but that is not a reflection of the campground itself. The rangers were friendly and seemed to be working mowing, cleaning bathrooms, monitoring, etc the whole Big wet holes. The grassy area is SO nice and green with room to play.
There is a nice playground and a three entry boat launch. The bathrooms are okay but could use a tad more attention. There is a wonderful green field with picnic Big wet holes and fun playground for the kids.
I was worried about mosquito but only suffered from 1 bite. We wish Big wet holes would have stayed here this trip. Traveling with famil and sleeping in three tents.
Got to the camp ground late and learned the sprinkler schedule ment we had to set up on the gravel. So we got all the tents and the two trucks parked on the gravel. To be woken by the sprinklers hitting the picnic table and the tents in the middle of the night. We opted for no rain flys on the tents do to the degree weather.
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So the out of positioned sprinklers hitting the tents drinched the tents and all of us. To boot the next morning while preparing breakfast we were drench again when the sprinklers turned on again.
The park is clean and well maintained. But should truly consider turning the sprinklers down a little.
We were staying nearby and they allowed Big wet holes to do a drive-they as long as we remained in the car. We live in Moses Lake and go camping here at least twice a summer and more if possible. The park is very clean and well maintained, lots of grass and big shade trees Thirty minutes from home, can't be beat.
The place is beautiful, the park is like a s postcard. And then you get Big wet holes, a lot. Bathe yourself in deet. Site 80 looked like a fishbowl, but it had plenty of room and lots of shade. I might go with site 76 next time, because there is no sites between you and the park.
The "beach" area needs a bit of TLC. One truck load of sand a year would keep the beach area looking clean and not like a boggy swimming hole. We decided to swim elsewhere. I really appreciated the fast work of the rangers, we called them at We camped with our dog from Thursday through Sunday in mid June in the rustic mostly Big wet holes area of the park site 87 in the "B" section.
The park strikes me as a mostly weekend destination, at least from our visit. Arriving on a Thursday, we were one of only a handful of campers though the cabins nearby were full.
Caught a good sized Rainbow trout which we cooked up for dinner the following evening. Our site at the park was a full sun location When we got rained on HARD! Mosquitoes Big wet holes gnats were out in full force, but nothing some citronella candles and a liberal dose of bug spray couldn't take care of.
Bathrooms in this area are of the "outhouse" variety, but clean and stocked toilet paper The park filled pretty quickly late Friday with folks staying until Sunday, but we were lucky to have considerate camping neighbors who respected quiet times. The stars out there are amazing!! And plenty Big wet holes wildlife This was sort of a trial trip for us, as neither of us had been before, but we'll definitely return.
I have been to almost every camping park in the system, and Big wet holes one is like two parts in one Take your pick and pay as you wish I would Big wet holes this park a five star except for the rediculous registration system Your first impression is that the administration cannot trust anyone to run the system So you call on a phone to register without seeing your campsite first And must pay with a credit card This campground registration system is unique in the state park system.
Also the prices are very high, thank you state legislature for not adequately funding state parks. Nevertheless enjoy your stay. Each circle has 10 RV sites.
Nice wide level gravel pads. Lots of room between sites with grass, fire pit, table and trees.
Be warned - sourh eastern Washington is generally brown, windy, dusty, lots of sage brush. The nearest "store" is nice but very pricey so pack well. We had 9 of the 10 sites for our group and had tons of privacy and elbow room.