After spending a week in Washington state parks (Lake Wenatchee and Sun Lakes) we headed into the city of Walla Walla, Washington. We had researched local RV parks and decided to stay at Blue Valley RV Park.
Although I love the views, wildlife, nature and vastness of the state parks, I can’t tell you how happy we were to have laundry services, wifi, cell reception, cable and nearby city services for the first time in about a week.
The Blue Valley RV Park is located super close to downtown. This was a big selling point for us as we knew we wanted to spend lots of time downtown. Located just on the opposite site of Highway 12, you could easily walk from the RV park into downtown. There is also a FREE Valley Transit Trolley that does pick-ups/drop-offs on that side of the freeway – check out route 9 and you can pick that up to head into town. It’s literally a couple minutes in a car to be immersed in downtown – it’s so conveniently located!
Although located not far from freeway – I didn’t hear the freeway once. I’m not kidding this place was so quiet. I even commented to the staff how quiet it was for being so close to the city.
Within the RV park, the individual spots aren’t super spacious, but they have a LOT of pull-through options, which we prefer – it makes parking so easy! I didn’t feel like we were too close to other motorhomes – even really big ones. Each space has the long spot for the trailer or motorhome and a side parking spot for your tow vehicle. And you’ll also find a small lawn area and a picnic table at each spot – along with 50 AMP hook-ups, cable, water and sewer.