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We stayed here for a couple of nights and were very pleased. The facilities were clean and well stocked. We didn't use the showers but they looked really good from what we saw. The hot tub appeared to be well maintained and the water was clean. We loved being able to walk the trail down to the Crescent Bar recreation area and spend some time on the beach. We are sad that they will be closing for the season today but are excited to go back in the spring.
So sad to see a beautiful campground neglected and trashed. Weeds are taking over the common areas and the campsite grass hasn’t been mowed in a month. Many bald spots in campsites where failure to water has caused the grass to dry up.
Friends who were non members were shocked at the conditions. We have gotten used to the sub par conditions at Thousand Trails parks. The pictures online are not current! Our Verizon phones worked fine, laundry room was not great (I lost lots of quarters), and our brand new RV got infested with gnats. We ended up leaving a week early!
We think Crescent Bar is a beautiful place to stay. It is neat and clean and shows it is well taken care of. We especially liked that it had full hookups. Our only complaint is with the wifi and that you either have to go to a central place or purchase from Jabba. Other than that our stay was a wonderful experience.
Great camp. Well kept property. Staff unavailable to check in or out. An unidentified staff gave us the code and said to return in the morning to register. But we had to leave before staff member was available. Arrived about 4:30 pm. Departed 8:15 am.
Love this location, but I have to question management. 5 premium "tent only" sites, with power water sewer were open but not to my RV so I stayed out. Come the weekend there were RVs in them. Whats up?
Surprisingly this year roads were gravels well no pot holes. Full hook up ,grass looking better needed mowing, shrubs were being shaped and area cleaned up. Pool was wonderful well cleaned. Did not visit the club house. This is a RV park with rental cabins.
Our first visit to eastern Washington was a surprise since we didn't know it was basically a desert. When we descended into Crescent Bar recreation area, we were greeted by striking scenery of the Columbia River and a resort community along its shores. Adjacent to the RV park is a 2.5 mile walking trail along the riverside. There are two golf courses there and other resort communities. It was a very relaxing and refreshing location. The park is well-maintained and our space was level and quiet.
Been here several times, most at annual spaces do not have occupants. Annuals should be located in the rear of the park, not at view sites. Further sprinkler heads are located poorly. Very hard to pull in or out of a spot without running over a sprinkler.
site was unlevel side to side by over 6". spot was very tight both in length and width. surface is loose dusty gravel. Not a place that feels relaxing to just sit and take in any views. wi fi was not included which is unheard of at over $80 a night. We left a night early and lost our money in favor of finding a better camp. I have never left a park early before. It looked lovely in photos, but in fact is surrounded by new housing on all sides.
Crescent Bar RV Resort is located within a 15-minute drive of Quincy Aquatic Center and North Park. This 115-room cabin property welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free self parking, and a spa tub.
The 115 cabins feature kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. For entertainment, guests can enjoy TVs. Cabins also include coffee makers.
At Crescent Bar RV Resort, guests have access to an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and an outdoor tennis court. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready. Other amenities at this beach cabin include free WiFi in public areas, barbecue grills, and a picnic area.