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Brooks Memorial State Park

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3.0
9 reviews
  • Excellent11%
  • Very good45%
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  • Terrible44%
31 May 2018
“Very nice state park”
24 Aug 2017
“Boring and difficult hookup”
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    Reviewed 31 May 2018

    We had a Memorial Day weekend family reunion at Brooks Memorial State Park with 41 people attending. We camped side by side on the south (?) side of the RV camp loop and felt as though we had the park to ourselves. Many of us...More

    1  Thank circa2015
    Reviewed 24 August 2017

    We were steered here by the WA State reservation system. We were escaping severe smoke at Crater lake and wanted to stay at Maryhill SP on the Columbia River. The reservation person said that they had smoke there as well and sent us here to...More

    Thank Steve B
    Reviewed 16 September 2016 via mobile

    Located in the woods, not huge but has water, power, septic hookups. Good luck with Wi-Fi and cell reception is iffy. Watch movies as no tv. $40 a night. Some spots are quite small, we found one to accommodate our 41 foot 5th wheel.

    1  Thank JudyLou2014
    Reviewed 30 October 2015

    Nice campground, good clean sites. However, the truck noise all night is unbearable. The air brakes from the trucks are going off all night and in order to sleep you either need a noise proof camper or a good pair of ear protection.

    Thank Krazy_Norwegian
    Reviewed 10 September 2015

    We stayed in RV site 17 but would have loved 16. We have 3 large dogs and 2 children. Spot 16 has a grassy little field next it. Which we used for football and baseball when the people camping in spot 16 left. 16 is...More

    3  Thank Christina C
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    United States > Washington > Goldendale
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    vheydorn
    10 August 2018|
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    Response from circa2015 | Reviewed this property |
    Trip Advisor won't let me post the link I use to check on air quality and wildfire smoke, but if you google "Washington Smoke Information: Where's the Fire?" you'll arrive at a very useful blog which I use to decide where... More
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