Sunday, May 21, 2017

Review - Crescent Bar RV Resort - Quincy, WA - May 15 - May 31, 2017

This Thousand Trails park is located just off Highway 28, between East Wenatchee and Quincy. 23 miles from East Wenatchee, and 7 miles from Quincy, the park is located on Crescent Bar, along the Columbia River.

Crescent Bar Road is the turn off from Highway 28. It winds down a pretty steep hill towards the river. Great views here.

As you level out at the bottom of the hill, the entrance is just pass some condos and accross the street from a little golf course. It is a right turn.

The Welcome Center, where you check in at.

As you pass by the Welcome Center, immediately left is two roads in the upper area with camping spots.

Only three 50 amp spots in this area. There are 100 RV sites in the park. All spots in the park are full hookup except 2 without sewer, and 5 tent spots.

Continuing straight from the Welcome Center, you pass the pool area, where toads can unhook.

The pool.

There are some cabins on your right.

Going towards the river, there is Park Road and River Road. River Road is right along the river. Between the two roads is the Hot Tub, rest rooms, laundry and sports courts.

The turn onto Park Road.

The restrooms/hot tub area.

At the bottom of the entrance road, and and just before you turn on to River Road, is the Lodge, with patio and gazebo.

From the lodge area and all along River Road, there are great views of the Columbia River.

Along River Road, there are 20 spaces with 50 amp hookups. There are several annual leased sites here, but many available for the public too.

The tent sites are along here also.

More shots. Several annuals here.

Park Road.

This area is the upper area. This area overlooks a playground and the pool area.
A few spots along Crescent Bar Road are the shortest and noisest, no shade either. These aren't taken very often.

Our spot.

There is good Verizon service here. This is one of the best parks around. Good location, sunny, with the water nearby. Our favorite park.

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