Eagle Valley Campground is located south, across the Yakima River, and slightly east of downtown Cle Elum, WA.

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What is the Cost of a Campsite?

A campsite with hookups is $25 a night or $160 per week. Dry camping is $20 a night. There is no extra charge for showers.

Can you accommodate large RV’s?

Yes, we have many sites than can park a 40 foot or larger trailer, fifth wheel, or motorhome. We do not at this time have 50 Amp service, but we are working on it!

What is there To Do Around Cle Elum?

There are outstanding nearby opportunities for swimming, hiking, climbing, fishing, cycling, horseback riding… the list goes on. Cle Elum is Main Street USA with great restaurants, bars, museums, shops, the Washington State Horse Park, the 285 mile long Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail, the Yakima River, and much, much more. There is Roslyn, an historic mining town with small town charm, unique dining opportunities, and a craft distillery. Roslyn was the film location of Cicely, Alaska in the TV show Northern Exposure. You can still see Dr. Joel Fleischman’s office, the studio of KBHR (Chris in the Morning), and Maggie’s House. The Brick, Washington’s oldest continuously operated tavern, is at the corner of First and Pennsylvania. Further up the road towards Lake Cle Elum and Salmon La Sac is Ronald, an even smaller mining town with its own unique character.

Do you have any onsite fun facilities?

Yes, we have a large mini-golf course, shuffle board, horse shoes, a large playground, and two large gathering halls. One of them, our Youth Building, has shuffleboard tables, ping pong, darts, a large screen TV with satellite access, and a small kitchen.

With special arrangements, the Youth Building would be a great venue for Family Reunions and Gatherings. The larger Barn has a stage, loads of room, and a large kitchen and would accommodate groups of up to 100 people. Both of these buildings require prior arrangements and are not always open to the public.

Are Pets Allowed?

Yes, we welcome pets on leashes. There is a large open field out front where you can, at your own risk, let your pets run free. It is on frontage to I-90, however, and there is only a wildlife fence.