If you hear a coyote howling in the distance, you might be close to an accommodating RV Park where weary road trippers can rest for the night, or stay awhile to check out the city nearby.
Coyote Run RV Park is a turn of the wheel off the Interstate into a charming campground run by super-helpful hosts with full hook-ups to water, sewer, and electricity (30/50 amp). RVs can roll onto a level concrete pad with mowed grass either side and a picnic table. There is enough room for a grill if you want to bring your own, and propane is available to purchase at the camp store. Extra-long pull-through sites are ideal for the bigger rigs or RVs towing a vehicle. There are also back-in choices with buddy sites for RVers traveling together. Daily rates are between $29 and $39, with access to the internet included. Backpackers are invited to set up a tent for a nightly fee of $18.
Pets are welcome at the camp, and there's even an area set aside for happy hound walks. Pooches must follow the on-leash rule, and their caring guardians are asked to bring litter bags and clean up their furry pal's waste. Call the friendly staff if you have any questions about the park's pet policy.
The hosts run a tidy campground, with sparkling restrooms, showers, and a laundry facility, plus on-site security to ensure camper safety. You may hear some traffic noise from the highway, but the park is convenient if you want to discover the rural settlement of Connell, a few minutes away.
The smaller towns of America have an enchantment all their own, and Connell is no exception, with history shining through a Gothic-inspired church housing the Connell Heritage Museum. A thirty-mile trek finds you in Pasco, an agricultural landscape with wine tasting opportunities for the connoisseur, while Sacajawea State Park is a tale of two mighty rivers that features scenic walkways for nature lovers and man’s best friend.
The location of Coyote Run RV Park is popular for folks exploring eastern Washington. Their busy times are summer and holidays, so it's wise to book in advance.