Southwest Washington Fairgrounds

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1909 S Gold St, Centralia, WA, 98531

The Southwest Washington Fairgrounds offers RV camping for events taking place on the Fairgrounds as well as casual camping! We are an event based property and are scheduling for events that can be found on our website. Buildings are also available for rent. 

Fair camping is now available!

Any bookings between the 12th and the 22nd of August that are at least 4 nights will be discounted. Utility rates will be $28 and non utility rates will be $20 a night plus taxes and fees.

Last Updated: 06/23/2022


Oak Grove

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Oak Grove - Electric & Water $28.00 $196.00 Choose Your Site
Oak Grove - Primitive $20.00 Choose Your Site
White Fence

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White Fence - Electric & Water $28.00 Choose Your Site
Midway

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Midway - Electric Only $30.00 Choose Your Site
Midway - Electric & Water $35.00 Choose Your Site
Midway - Primitive $25.00 Choose Your Site
Fair Meadows

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Fair Meadows - Electric & Water $28.00 Choose Your Site
Old Drive In

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Old Drive-In - Electric & Water $35.00 Choose Your Site
South Park

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South Parking Lot - Electric Only $30.00 $30.00 Choose Your Site
South Parking Lot - Electric & Water $35.00 Choose Your Site
Grandstands

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GS - Electric & Water $35.00 Choose Your Site
Infield

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Infield - Electric & Water $28.00 Choose Your Site
Bridle Acres

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Bridle Acres - Electric & Water $28.00 $196.00 Choose Your Site
Bridle Acres - Primitive $20.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

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Electric Only $30.00 Choose Your Site
Electric & Water $28.00 Choose Your Site
Primitive $20.00 Choose Your Site

Slide Outs

Slide outs for fair are NOT ALLOWED, unless you purchase an additional space under the same name. If you and a friend would both like to use slide outs, you can purchase one additional space in-between the two of you to allow for the extra room for slide outs. Please make sure that all spaces purchased are under the same name.

Drug Use

Illegal Drugs are not allowed on the property.

Noise Restrictions

Please be considerate of your neighbors and keep noise to a minimum.

Air Conditioning

Curtail use of air conditioning to 20 amps per site.

Fires Not Permitted

Please note, fires will not be permitted on the fairgrounds or in the camping area.

Quiet Hours

Quiet hours are between 10pm and 7am.

Vehicle Parking Pass

Your vehicle parking pass must be visible at all times.

Electrical Cords

No electrical cords will be allowed beyond campsite.

No Dump Station on Grounds

There is no Dump Station on the grounds. Please contact Goebel's Septic Service for dumping arrangements at (360)-736-2167.

Pet Policy

Your pet must be leashed, kenneled, or contained within your campsite. Please clean up after your pet.


Community Restrooms

100 Amps

20 Amps

30 Amps

50 Amps

Back-in RV Sites

Big Rig Friendly

Community Showers

Dirt Roads

Gravel Roads

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

RV Hookup

Shower

Slide Outs

Toilet





County Park




Loners on Wheels

Garlic Vendor


1909 S Gold St, Centralia, WA, 98531
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The park is divided into several main camp grounds.

OG - Oak Grove

IF - Infield

MW - Midway

WF - White Fence

SP - South Parking

BA - Bridle Acres

FM - Fair Meadows

GS - Grandstand

 

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Learn more at the Discover Lewis County Website

 



Overall Rating: 3.4


Jeff Kruger

1.0
The first night of our stay there was a "barn" bash in a nearby building. It was loud, and vehicles parked all around us. The second night was much worse. There was a quinceanera that was extremely loud until about 2am. All of the other RV folks were extremely upset as well. Parking was so crowded we couldn't have pulled out if we wanted to. People drinking and being loud right by our RV. We are going to request a refund. Two noisy nights in a row.

Linda Gillard

3.0
More expensive than other Washington fairgrounds. Too many fees and the visitor room tax on a van-sized RV is ridiculous.

Sue M

3.0
Really appreciate being able to camp during events at Southwest Fairgrounds. That said, it is clear that budget restraints have not left this wonderful facility untouched. For those in motorhomes, there is almost no 30 amp or 50 amp power. And sometimes the 110 outlets either don’t work or are installed upside down so are not usable. Water is advertised as being available but sometimes the spigots are just a couple inches off the ground so those of us with pressure gauges have to either forgo that protection for our Rv or just carry our own water. I will continue to sign up to camp here. I love coming to events at this fairgrounds. Hoping this will help future campers not get caught by surprise.

Ronald Gearns

4.0
We stayed 2 nites for a Barn Hunt Trial, site was adequate, nothing special. Water and 20 amp. hookup in a large gravel parking lot under large light. A little pricey for what services were provided.

Alexis Bloomfeldt

5.0
The grounds were great as was the stay.

Sandra Kinney-Loter

3.0
It work's for an overnight fairground event. A little tight for long vehicles. Parked on white fence. Biggest problem is how busy the parking lot gets just feet from your door. Appreciate the on-site RV parking - although it is pretty expensive for just water and electric with no amenities.

Campground Response

Thank you for your review. This was definitely a busy weekend. We have 3 different events going on.


Bonnie Mizera

5.0
The staff was wonderful, especially Juda who helped our group with the RV Parking. Everything was clean and plenty of containers for trash. We love being able to camp close to our trials. 4th year returning happy camper!

Debra Saxton

5.0
We were here from Arizona to settle my parent’s estate and received the kindest, most compassionate assistance each time our circumstances changed. The fairgrounds were quiet, clean, & secure. Connie & Judah were so understanding & gave us one thing less to worry about. Thank you!

Catherine Cloud

2.0
The pole we used in the South Parking area had a faulty GFI thing that prevented us from plugging in our RV successfully. We finally managed to get a regular extension cord to work so that we could use a small space heater but spent the first night with no heat. There was no 30 Amp service anywhere that we could find and our adapter kept blowing the circuit. Very frustrating.

Dana Phelps

5.0
I had unexpected change of plans when a tire went flat in Chehalis. The car I have needed the replacement tires ordered so I spent four extra days there. The fairgrounds offered tent Camping with electric so I tried that. It turned out to b a lot of fun. This is off season with some rain and no other campers around. The bathrooms r excellent, the staff around r very helpful and friendly, the site itself was just a space on a lawn but flat, good power, ez to stake. It was better than expected with some good places to eat nearby like Vicki's Salvadoran or the quesadilla factory which is like a pizzeria (great prices there ). All in all definitely a winner

Allan Johnston

1.0
I attended swap meet and reserved a tent camping space ahead of time. On the day of the meet I went to the office to clarify where my reserved site was located. I was told that I needed to enter through North parking lot to find the site. Near dark I went to that gate only to discover it locked. I drove around until I found a security guard, who told me I needed to go to the trailer house. No one was at the trailer. Since it was getting dark I set up my tent in a gravel parking. Not happy since the tent camping spot I was supposed to get cost Me $25, and others in the parking lot paid nothing.