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Brooks Memorial State Park


2465 Hwy 97
Goldendale, WA 98620
509.773.4611
No Email Address
http://www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Brooks%20Memorial
2 Reviews
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We stayed in early summer with close to 25 other family members thinking it was more than a layover campground for passing campers.Although there are no major attractions we had a blast. Not busy at all, kickball at the grassy field, exploring in the woods with kids , and hanging out were our pass times of choice.Cold nights and hot days keep everything a little slower out there

Received from Chris B for visit in Mar 2008


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
If you want a good place to catch up on some reading, this is it! You have NO television reception at all unless you have a satellite. (I thought it was interesting that the small, privately owned RV park next door charged $1 less for full hookups WITH CABLE TV!) I came here hoping to escape a record breaking 95 degree heat wave in the month of MAY!!!! The camp host told me that although Goldendale was suffering the same 95 degree heat that my home was, this park was high enough in the mountains that there would be an extreme temperature drop in the evenings. The host said, "you'll need blankets." I opened all windows, and woke up at 3:00 AM to a refreshing 50 degrees. This campground has a front side and a back side. Although the front side has shady spots, the camp host said the back side gets a breeze that does not hit the front side. In addition, the host suggested sites 19 or 20 (on the back side) "if you don't want the heat." Host was right, those two sites got morning sun, but afternoon wasn't too bad for the heat. The only downer is that spots 19 and 20 are real close to power lines. You wake up to crackle crackle crackle, and having crackle without the "pop and snap," well...... According to the brochures, this park is popular in the winter with the snow-shoeing and cross-country crowd.

Received from JJ for visit in May 2006


Site Number: 19
Stay Again? YES



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