Short Summer Get-Away
We visited Wine Country RV Park for the first time in 2017. It was fun and accommodating with our 40 ft 5th wheel and pick-uo truck, so we came back this August for two days, Thursday and Friday, checked out on Saturday.
The fun is in the "mini-wine tasting" the park has from 5:30 to 7pm in their office/store area. On most evenings, a local winery brings in their tasting choices, and for $6 per person, 4 or 5 small tastes are given out. Price includes a signature glass with the Wine Country RV Park logo, and if you return with it, you get 50% off on future tastings.
The neat part of the gathering is getting together and meeting all the other RVers/tent campers in the park. We love talking to folks from all over and swapping RV and travel stories. The wine makes it a charming atmosphere, but it gets quite noisy as lots of folks turn out and the area is small. We had a hard time hearing those we were sharing conversation with.
The park is quiet except for the freeway noise just over the fence, but fellow campers and staff were quiet at night, early morning. We stayed in space 69 this time, which is mid to back of park. WiFi was intermittent or slow, but free. TV picture came in clearly without our antenna. The spot was a little short for our 40 ft 5th wheel and the full size, 4 door pick up truck. However, the staff accommodated this problem by giving us a 2-day pass to park in site 70, which was unoccupied at the time. Very nice of them, as overflow parking was at the front of the park, some distance from our RV site. The RV spots were in good shape, grass green, roads paved and well maintained. Restrooms and store appeared neat and tidy. Lots of "retro camping art" hanging in office and wine tasting area and very cute. Great location for enjoying short drives to local wineries. Lots of services within walking distance. We will return again. Live in Western WA, and a very nice drive over Hwy 12 and I-82.