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Cascade Peaks Premier RV & Golf Resort

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11519 US Highway 12, Randle, WA 98377-9115
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#4 of 4 Speciality lodging in Randle
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11519 US Highway 12, Randle, WA 98377-9115
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Diane D wrote a review Sep 2020
Kirkland, Washington38 contributions14 helpful votes
For labor day we wanted to get out after a long quarantine and wanted to see Rainer, so booked at Cascade Peaks, due to the amenities. The on line description and the actual place could not be further from each other. We pulled into what looked like an ant hill of people on the playground, drove by the pool only to see yet more people crammed into a small area. My 9 yr old said, 'no pool for us!' Upon weaving our way to our spot that was supposed to be near a bathroom and in the quiet zone, we found an unleveled spot that would not fit our car and tent, a porta potty and dueling sound systems. No masks were to be found, anywhere! Thankfully we found the 'dry' camping meadow where we found a little nook without people on top of us. Granted it was next to the road, but it wasnt dusty or like being in an anthill of people. It did mean we would have to trek to get water and toilets. The toilets were beyond gross! Flooding, clogged and no soap. My husband and son went to 4 different ones they could use. The place is overcrowded and dirty and no attention paid to the fact we are in pandemic. Needless to say we wont be back, nor recommend.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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barbaradW4367OF wrote a review Aug 2020
Tacoma, United States251 contributions47 helpful votes
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I stumbled on Cascade Peaks while i was looking for a camping spot during the state lock down. Some were open, some weren't. I called to make a reservation and was told if I had never been there before they don't take reservations, at first I thought this odd, she kind of explained, and I was just rolled with it. I was assured they had plenty of spots (this was in May pre labor day). I do need to note that she was just informative, not unkind or anything like that. We rolled up, and they were very...casual... I did not know that all of the sites had power and water, so I asked for a full hook up. Again, very kind, but was like are you sure, and pointed to the full hook up section. It is just 3 or 4 lines of diesel pushers right off the highway, she then informed me that ALL sites had power and water and they had a dump station. Perfect! So, she gave me some tips on the map, which areas tended to be most popular and said pick any spot that works for you, as long as it is not a red power box. cool, off we go. Now, if i had some monster 5th wheel, or other large trailer, I can see this as a challenge. My trailers is 17 ft nose to butt, so i can pretty much go anywhere. Any way, because the place is massive, and the speed limit is only 5 mph, finding a site can take a minute and if you have been travelling, i can see this making some people a little growly. Also, there are some issues with signage, and they definitely need to update their map. They have some one ways, but they are not marked clearly, and there are signs in some places and not others, it is a little disoncerting your first time. While there were quite a few people at the park, it was not busy, and we rolled in on a Sunday so we pretty much had our pick of the park except down "by the river", which was fine. We ended up in the meadow, in the shade, no neighbors it was heaven and i was hooked. My next trip was not planned. I had reservations at a state park on a different pass and well there was a snafu, so now i have to find a spot. I drove from Chinook pass to White Pass and tried Cascade Peaks because everything else was full to the rafters. I rolled in about 6pm on a Friday in July, and yep, got a spot! They remembered me which was amazing. Paid and went straight to the meadow. They were about full, but found a great spot, and had a lovely weekend. I have several future trips reserved, and yes, i have picked my spots, because i have been there and understand. Now some facts: They have 2 pools, they are small, and while I have not personally used them, I have driven by and they appear to be pretty packed most of the time. The river is reasonably close from most camp spots and there are some lovely swimming holes and shady relaxing spots. All sites have power and water, the power and water are at the front of the site, so extra long cords may be in order, especially on the hose. My most recent trip the water leaked horribly at the fawcett, so I filled my fresh tank, and just left if off. It was just me, so i didn't even use that much, but turned it on/off as i needed, didn't want to be wasteful. This place is great for families and groups especially in "the meadow" If you book 2 or 3 spots, you can organize your rigs any way you want. There are play grounds, random tire/rope swings and a zip line. There is a store and is decently stocked, and the fire wood is very reasonable. I strongly recommend this camp ground.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Bernie B wrote a review Jul 2020
Richland, Washington58 contributions26 helpful votes
Just spent July 4th weekend here. Not impressed due to the quad-space arrangement in the full hookup section. That configuration makes it difficult for groups to park with their RV entrance doors facing each other. And the narrow grass space between sites can prevent one RV from being able to deploy a slideout and/or awning. On arrival we had been arbitrarily assigned two sites side by side but an office worker told us that if we found a more desirable site to just "go ahead the take it and let us know." When we went to our assigned sites we found that one was already occupied so we drove around the campground and found two desirable sites which we took. NOT a great way to run a campground, but we were pleased with the location of our eventual sites, albeit not with the parking configuration I described above. The interior roads are dirt and were dusty the entire weekend; the only wifi connection is just outside the office at the park entrance; there are no picnic tables or fire rings at any full hookup sites; and the restroom facility within the full hookup area apparently is intended to support tenters and others camping in nearby areas (there was only one operable toilet and a shower in each of the men's and women's areas of that restroom). There was a sign posted at the entrance to the park office advising that fireworks were NOT permitted, but that didn't stop the campers, and no one from the park staff made any attempt to enforce the restriction. Consequently, there were numerous extremely loud and violent explosions within and adjacent to the full hookup area on Thursday and Friday evenings (prior to July 4th). On a positive note, the campground did provide a great fireworks show on July 4th that lasted for more than three hours. It began before 7 pm and lasted until after 10:30 pm. Although the state governor had issued a requirement for all persons within the state to wear a protective mask due to the coronavirus situation, none of the park employees was wearing one and very few campers were. Many campers were in large groups and not practicing social distancing either.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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ArjanHelmantel wrote a review Aug 2019
Groningen, The Netherlands50 contributions31 helpful votes
This place has a beautiful location and spacious grounds. The spots are scattered around the place and you can pick the best spot for you. People are relaxt and helpful. There is a pool and a river at the side. All very nice. Maintenance is lacking though: there are taps broken, a play room that is deteriorating, a pool that is not that clean any more and bath rooms that need re doing. Because of the all in all very nice atmosphere it gets 3 stars, else it would have been less...
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Date of stay: July 2019
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0627Pam wrote a review Aug 2019
Spokane, Washington66 contributions19 helpful votes
I was a bit nervous after reading previous reviews of booking a couple of sites but it was our only choice during our trip. I called several days before and requested to make reservations for two sites with electrical and water. I was told to just come as there were plenty of sites. Upon our arrival, we were greeted by a female who told us all about how she was hired at this RV resort. Then we paid, and were told to just go select our own campsite, there were plenty to choose from. So off we went with two travel trailers. The map provided is a bit off the target. It labels the various roads but the signs to them are limited. The roads were narrow in places so you had to be careful not to hit any cars parked. We finally found two sites we could get into. They had not been cared for, but were fairly clean of garbage but the leaves were piled high from the nearby trees. The electrical boxes and water are at front of the sites so you need extension cords and longer water hoses to connect. Our water connection was broke but I just happened to have a coupler so we could share. The only garbage receptacles were near the store and swimming pools. Lots of dogs which were kept on leads in their sites but one in particular was right next to bathroom and barked anytime someone went it to utilize it. Bathrooms were clean, and the dump site was fine. No issues. We did not use either of the two pools. It was quite loud in the evenings but except for one evening the noise came to a halt at 10 pm. The one night, someone was howling from 1:30 am to 4 am. Kept a lot of the campers awake. I will not recommend this RV park to my friends but I will give them credit that they have made improvements since the 2018 reviews which is why I rated them as a 3.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cascade Peaks Premier RV & Golf Resort
Are there opportunities to exercise at Cascade Peaks Premier RV & Golf Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Cascade Peaks Premier RV & Golf Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.