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A really easy way to explore central Washington is to search for an RV in Grant County, which is centrally located in the state. This county is home to Potholes State Park, which is a great destination to visit when you are staying in the area. Potholes State Park is a very unique, 773-acre park that has over 6,000 feet of freshwater shorelines for guests to enjoy. The park was originally formed after an Ice-Age event carved chunks out of the land, creating hundreds of tiny islands that are surrounded by small, pothole like lakes.

Potholes State Park is a pleasant place to enjoy some state park RV camping, and since it is centrally located in the state, there is easy access to many nearby man-made and natural attractions. Although both are a decent drive away, Potholes State Park is on the imaginary line between Spokane and Yakima, and a bit closer to the park is Richland, which is just to the south.

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Getting Outdoors

Potholes State Park camping is a great way to enjoy year-round fishing. The Potholes Reservoir, which the state park borders, is home to an abundance of yellow perch, largemouth bass, rainbow trout, walleye, and crappie fish. There are many different places from which a boat can be launched, and boat rental services in the area make it easy to get on the water. Be sure to get your fishing licenses sorted out before going fishing, however, since the fines aren’t worth the risk.

In addition to fishing, the Potholes Reservoir is also a great place to enjoy other water activities, especially in the heat of the summer. The summer weather in eastern Washington can be very hot, and when this is the case, vacationers can easily enjoy a dip in the water. Swimming isn’t the only thing allowed, however, so feel free to break out the water skis, kayaks, and paddle boards until your heart's content.

There are over three miles of trails to hike in the park, and many of them are great paths that lead to optimal bird watching areas. Guests who love bird watching will definitely want to rent a camper near Potholes State Park since there is a diverse collection of species that can be observed. Throughout the year there are plenty of different species that guests can see, including everything from sandhill cranes to waterfowl flocks, raptors, owls, and more.

Camping at Potholes State Park

Camping with an RV in this state park is easy since there are over 60 RV sites for campers to choose from. It is possible to make reservations ahead of time, which is recommended during the busier seasons of the year. All of the RV sites at the park offer standard hookups of water and electricity. There is an on site dumping station that guests can use, and four restrooms and showers spread throughout the campgrounds evenly. Two of the restrooms and two of the showers are ADA compliant.

The maximum site length at Potholes State Park is 50 feet, so keep this in mind when you are booking your rental RV. Also in the campground are community picnic shelters, grills, and meeting spaces for larger groups of people. While here, gather up the family for a friendly game at the horseshoe pits and volleyball fields. Both of these though require you to bring your own equipment, horseshoes, and volleyballs, to use the space.

Exploring the Area

When you stay in a motorhome rental at Potholes State Park, you’ll have easy access to the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge, which is just south of the park. This destination is a great place to go when seeking glimpses of wildlife, and an extensive trail system is a great way to stretch your legs. Also in the area, in regards to amazing outdoor destinations, are the Moses Lake Mud Flats and Sand Dunes. These dunes are a one of a kind adventure for the area, so be sure to check them out when visiting the area.

The nearby town of Moses Lake, which is to the north, is home to the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center. This destination is a great place to learn the history of the area, and you’ll also see some unique, original artwork from local artists. The museum section is filled with artifacts and exhibits that focus on the local history, concerning both humans and natural events. Moses Lake is also a convenient place for guests to find food since it has one of the highest concentrations of restaurants in the area.

When you camp in an RV near Moses Lake, it is easy to visit the Surf ‘n Slide Water Park for a day of controlled fun. This water park offers a nice, controlled environment where parents can seek some alone time away from their kids, even if only for the duration of time it takes to wait in line and ride a slide. The water park is open most of the year and is a really pleasant place to visit when the sun is beating down on the area. Moses Lake, which is where the water park is located, is also a convenient stop to find gas stations and convenience stores.

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