Saturday, September 29, 2018

Blue Valley RV Park

While in Walla Walla we stayed at the Blue Valley RV Park.  It’s an ok park.  All sites are back ins, there are no pull throughs.

The park is in a light industrial part of town.  There is an annoying pulsing sound that goes for hours, day and night.  I think it might be a transformer but I could be wrong.  Down the street from the entrance is a homeless shelter.  They’re only allowed on premises at night, not during the day.  Some reviewers on rvparkreviews were upset about this, but we didn’t see any problems.

One of my biggest complaints about RV parks, is extraneous plantings.  See that green bush on the left?  It’s totally unnecessary.  It really complicated parking because we had to position the bus so the front edge of the slide didn’t hit the bush, and the back of it didn’t hit the power pedestal.


The sites are kind of strange.  They’re not side by sides, they’re back to backs.  If two 5th wheels are back to back, they’re looking into each other’s big back windows.  It was ok for us since we have no windows in the back.


Vehicle parking is to the side of the RV.


Interior roads are paved, the side of the park we’re in has paved sites.  I think the other side is gravel, but I’m not positive about that.  Power is good, water pressure is really good.  Park wifi is good (that never happens!), I’ve done all of today’s posts on their wifi.  Each site has some grass and a picnic table.  It’s a nice looking RV park.

We would come back.  It would be nice not to hear the sound of alien space craft hovering overhead, but it’s not a deal breaker.  There are no trains and at night there’s no traffic noise.

Update June 30, 2019:  It appears that the aliens have departed.  We no longer hear their space craft hovering.

1 comment:

  1. Mmmmm...$50. a night....No Thanks...
    Thanks for the review, I'm always looking for nice places to stay when heading south or back home north in Washington.