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Cascade Campground

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Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 1 August 2015

Drove in late to the campground, mid week, hoping for a place to stay. Plenty of places open. It was a little confusing as most of them had a reserved sign on, but no one was using the site. In the morning the campground was still empty. cost for a tent site, $25. Water at the campsite, bathroom is very...

Thank Seattle60Gary
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Pretty campground on the lake, friendly staff, and reasonable pricing. I would never stop in Moses for anything other than gas, but I was desperate to find a spot to camp. A Google search led me to Cascade Park. What a surprise! A little Oasis near the rodeo grounds and industrial area. Nice grass campsites with individual hookups and fire...

Thank linderella64
Moscow, Idaho
Reviewed 14 August 2014

This campground is interesting. It is probably much more fun if you want to boat (water ski, tube, wakeboard, etc....) The sites themselves aren't bad, each site has plenty of grass and its own water spigot but they are VERY close together, and if the campground is crowded like it was when we were there, you will hear everything your...

Thank GreekWorldTraveller
Reviewed 26 August 2013

We arrived Thursday 8/15/2013 afternoon, and the first thing we noticed was awful smell, and that our campsite was on a pretty significant slope. It was also dirty(trash, rotten banana peel, burned firewood pieces around fire ring, old pair of shoes). Then we noticed the no swimming signs everywhere. Who goes to lake and can't swim? We asked on the...

8Thank mattybb1
Reviewed 22 August 2013

We have been coming to Casacade Campground for three years. This year a total of 30 days of and on since June 2013. This is the last two weeks for our summer vacation. For $20 per night it is untouchable. Water, power, and facilities are clean and available. The host (Bonnie) is truly one of a kind she is considerate...

Thank Andreayakima73
Monroe, WA
Reviewed 29 July 2013

We stayed here over this past weekend as part of a baseball tourney in Moses Lake. Most of our party were in tents, we were in an RV. The tent sites are nice and right on the lake. RV sites are small, on a hill and hard to back into. Our trailer hung over the top of the fire pit...

3Thank Kinnies_10
Moses Lake, Washington
Reviewed 7 July 2013

I was a little concerned about the campground with some of the reviews, but was very very pleasantly surprised at what a great experience we had. We did have an RV space (#67). It was a great spot (right under a tree so lots of shade). We were there during very hot weather and it was pretty pleasant. There is...

1Thank C W
Deer Park, Washington
Reviewed 23 June 2013

I love Moses Lake, but this campground in Cascade park has 100 rules and if you disobey you are out! No swimming allowed, very rude ground keeper, yells at you and your kids all the time, she needs to retire or get fired!!! Not a good place to stay with kids! Sun Lake is much better place to go

5Thank julie m
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 14 June 2013

I guess this may be exactly the kind of place a lot of people look for. It's right on the water and there is a lot of sun. Unfortunately, you aren't actually supposed to swim in the water, just boat. I didn't have any dealings with the staff, but the spaces are so close together that we barely fit our...

2Thank Elizabethtoo
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 21 September 2012

We recently stayed at Cascade Campground in Moses Lake. The campground was well maintained, clean and quiet. However, we were there in the middle of September and it was essentially a ghost town. This is a great campground for families and even better for off season camping. We got a great site about 100 feet from where our boat was...

1Thank Vaultwife

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Address: 2001 Valley Rd NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837-9631
Region: United States > Washington > Moses Lake
Number of rooms: 85
Also Known As:
Cascade Campground Hotel Moses Lake
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“Try and get sites numbered 1-25 for a tent, they have much more shade and are near the water - some even have their own docks if you have a boat. The views waking up in a tent facing the water are quite nice!”
  • View from our tent as we woke up. Not bad!!
GreekWorldTraveller, 13 Aug 2014 | Read review
“The public restrooms get used a lot, so expect them to be a little messy, but they are cleaned every day it seems. Space #67 is pretty nice.”
403cw, 6 Jul 2013 | Read review
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