We moved in Oct. 1,and fell in love with the place fast. The campground is just off Highway 395, just behind a nice Exxon station, and nestled among lots of farmland. Our distant view in any direction is fields, trees and mountains. It is relatively small, but nice here. We have seen deer twice, so far, in the adjacent fields. The whole park is gravel, including the sites. We have no fire rings, but there are picnic tables at each site and birdhouses between each site with our numbers on the posts. Some of the sites have trees or flowers by them. There’s a huge open area where vehicles and RVs are parked/stored. There is enough room there that it also serves as a nice dog run area. At the entrance to the dog run is a garden which is maintained by park management but open to all park tenants. We came in around the time it was about to start freezing at night, so we were highly encouraged to go take whatever we wanted. We did, and it was wonderful! I talked to Arlene in the office first and started paperwork, but when she found out my husband was waiting to drive in (our getup is LONG and he doesn’t drive in without a sure way to get back out/around!), we walked outside where her husband, Lon, met us on the golf cart and he immediately drove off to show my husband the way to our site and help him back in. It is a very relaxed, cozy atmosphere here with friendly management. We see Lon mostly, because he is always out working on something. They are both some of the nicest people we’ve ever met. The rates are reasonable, as far as we’re concerned, and we get good Wi-Fi for free. As monthly tenants we pay rent plus electric (currently 12¢ per kw). We haven’t had a need for them yet, but also available are restrooms, laundry and a small “Country Kitchen,” which is a place you can reserve for canning, cooking, family gatherings, etc. There’s a set of metal mailboxes right in the office, so we can get our mail here, too. Wild Rose is not too far North of Spokane. The location is great, because you get to live in the country but have easy access to the big city and most anything one might need: plenty of restaurants, shopping and several hospitals, to name a few. It’s about 2+ hours North to the Canadian border from here and you can be in Post Falls, ID within an hour - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group
A wild rose is a perfect name for this park as it really does explain its beauty. I think a wild rose is special and unique and that is exactly what this place is! The staff was very helpful and wondrous. The park itself was nicely maintained as everything was clean and kept up with. The facilities were spotless and nothing was broken, if it did it didn’t take long for it to be fixed. The sites were rather spacious and there was enough room for my big rig and slide outs!
Overall we had a really nice time here and got more than the price for this place!
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