This place is not set-up for campers, only if you have a luxurious RV should you stay at the Yakama Nation. The worn pool and hot tub are clean but the 5 spots they have for camping are totally neglected, garbage laying everywhere. AND the homeless couple in the middle of the camping area left their poor dog tied up on a 6-8' rope the entire two days we were trying to camp. I could care less what they choose to do but when it started to downpour and that dog started a sad crying bark it was almost too much. It cried multiple times the first night. They would leave for many hours...8 or so in the evening and leave that dog until 2-3 a.m. then go to bed. One night we came home and the "secured" bathroom had the door propped open some brown gooey stuff in the sink and NO soap. When we went to check with the desk person she said she's check on it. 14 hrs later the bathroom condition had not improved. Oh forgot to say the place might as well be ON the freeway. Avoid this place, do yourselves a favor!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Yakama Nation RV Park• 125 Resort RV sites have full hookups • 30 sites have Cable TV service • 14 Authentic teepees • Free wireless internet access • A short walk to Legends Casino • Dozens of nearby wineries • Heritage Restaurant • Large picnic shelter • Yakama Tribe Cultural Center • Open all year • Free Wi-Fi • Dome has large HD TV• Exercise Room • His/ Her Saunas • Heated outdoor swimming pool • Laundry room • Play grounds • Basketball & volleyball courts • Horseshoe pit • Mile-long jogging/walking track • Pets allowed ... more less