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Old 08-19-2006, 05:45 PM   #1
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We thing we will go by and do a Factory tour since we are in this part of the world. What RV park should we stay in.

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We thing we will go by and do a Factory tour since we are in this part of the world. What RV park should we stay in.

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Old 08-19-2006, 07:10 PM   #3
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While you are at WRV you can stay at their new service center hookups. It's a lovely view of their building and some asphalt. Other than that- I suppose it depends on which highway you will using coming into and leaving Yakima?
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Old 08-19-2006, 07:32 PM   #4
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Wine Country RV Park in Prosser, WA is a fine place. Very friendly owner, nice pull-thru's, clean facilities. SE of Yakima, about 48 miles, works great if you are coming thru the Tri-Cities on your way to Yak.
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Cedar41,

Suntides RV Park is just a couple miles west of Yakima on US 12 and is right beside the Suntides public golf course. It's real nice but tends to stay pretty full.

The Yakima Nation RV Resort in Toppenish, 20 miles south of Yakima, is where we had the Homecoming in October 2005. It's very nice and close to their casino. Take in a tour of all the murals painted on the buildings in Toppenish.

I stayed at the Wine Country RV Park a few months ago. It is very nice, especially if you want to do some wine touring and tasting in the Lower Yakima Valley. They will have lots of maps and info for your own wine tour.

The WRV sites tend to be quite busy with both Alpine and Alpinlite folks. It's not unusual to see 5 to 10 units parked there on some nights. So chances are you won't be there alone.
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Old 08-27-2006, 02:31 PM   #6
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I highly recommend the Yakama Nation RV Resort in Toppenish. It's actually only about 14 miles away from the factory - all on 97. It has really nice views, a neat "family feel", and is close to their cultural museum plus a 0.9 mile jogging track. Toppenish is also a decent location for wine touring.

WRV will be happy for you to spend the night at their service facility off of Ahutanum road. They have tons of spaces. The area is not fenced off, so you can come in at any time. It's electric hook up only.

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We concure whole heartedly with John on using the Yakima Nations RV Park. Patrick, Ronda and their staff are wonderful folks who will do everything possible to make your stay enjoyable.
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Another vote for Yakima Nation - and a plus is that the manager's son earns spending money by washing coaches at your site! $1.00 per foot and he is a nice kid and does a good job.
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Yet another vote for Yakima Nation, and the manager's son Jake. He just washed our Apex for $1.00 a foot. Can't beat it the kid is very nice and does a wonderful job. So if you are headed to WRV as we are or leaving it the stay would be worth it.
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