East Omak RV Park
City Parkwrite a review Omak Ave. / Ferry St. Omak, WA 98841 509-826-1170 Official Website
GPS: 48.4117, -119.5164
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Mike S would stay here again
“Has everything you need, but location isn't great...”
Reviewed Apr 06, 2015
This RV park is located within the Omak Stampede grounds, which is within the city limits of Omak WA, and is also technically on the Colville Confederated Tribe of Indians land. We visit Omak for business on a weekly basis, year round. We have frequented all of the local RV parks, as well as many primitive camp sites in the surrounding forests. We enjoy staying at the East Side Park in the winter months for a few reasons: The price goes down, and the park is very quiet. On many of our winter nights we were the only people in the campground.
The park is only a few blocks off of US Route 97. Access is very easy, even for bigger motorhomes and trailers. That being said, the noise from the highway is not unbearable.
Cell and mobile data service is excellent. The park has wifi but we've never used it because we use our 4G data plan.
There's an off-leash, fenced dog park adjacent to the campground. Our dogs LOVE it.
Year round electric and sewer. Water is seasonal. Bathroom/showers are seasonal.
The RV park is pretty well maintained by the City of Omak. Workers always seem very friendly.
Tents are allowed and there are several designated tent spots. In fact, sometimes we pay the "tent rate" of $10 if we don't hook up our trailer. I'm not sure if that's within the rules but they've never said anything to us about it.
During the spring-autumn months the park gets much more "active". During the nicer weather there is a lot of activity on the surrounding sports and recreation fields. There's also a lot of people "hanging out" within park. Technically the park is closed after dusk but this doesn't stop locals from wondering around in the park. We've never had any problems with safety or harassment of any kind. The park is also somewhat patrolled by the local police. However, it is NOT a private park. DO NOT leave any valuables around if you are not right next to them. During certain times of year I would stay away altogether: The "World Famous Omak Stampede and Suicide Race" takes place about 100 feet from the campground. Stay away during that week. Also, on 4th of July, the park becomes of free-for-all for fireworks of all kinds. It's pretty cool to watch but I wouldn't want to be camping there that night. That should give you an idea of the vibe.
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
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- swimming pool: onsite
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- dump station
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