By Kyle & Olivia Brady | Founders of Drivin' & Vibin' | We use affiliate links and may receive a small commission on purchases.
As our path to the Pacific coast continued, we took a four day pit stop at Suncrest RV Park in Moses Lake, Washington. It’s located close to I-90, east of the Cascade Mountains.
If you read no further, let us tell you this – Suncrest RV Park has the fasted wifi internet we’ve experienced at any campground.
Here’s the breakdown:
Location: Moses Lake, Washington
GPS: 47.10580, -119.34500
Date/Temp: We camped here for four nights in late August. The temps were in the mid-80s and the lows were in the 50s. Moses Lake boasts “300 days of sunshine a year” – and we weren’t let down during our 4 days of sunny skies.
Amenities: We had one of their 84 full hookup sites; the hookups were conveniently located for easy connection. During our first day at the park we did a ton of laundry. They have four washers and four dryers – charging $1.50 a load. On the fun side, Suncrest has two large pools and an oversized hot tub. Our favorite amenity was the large grassy areas; it was perfect for walking our pup.
Wifi/Cell: Like we stated at the top, the park’s wifi is truly amazing. We streamed with no buffering and uploaded large YouTube videos in mere minutes. Both our AT&T and T-Mobile devices had solid 4G service.
Noise: Due to the park’s proximity to I-90, there is a constant “highway hum”. This type of noise doesn’t bother us, but in other reviews of the park, it seems to be a deterrent of some visitors. The park is family friendly and has an active community – everyone we encountered was kind and respectful.
Grocery/Errands: The heart of Moses Lake’s business district is about 8 miles away. They have numerous big box stores and lots of local flavor restaurants. We enjoyed the Grocery Outlet – they have big savings and a lot to choose from. We made two trips there during our stay.
Dog Friendly: Suncrest Park is dog friendly. They have lots of grass and offer free doggy-waste bags at the office.
Entertainment: There’s a waterfront city park – featuring a disc golf course – located less than a mile away. Downtown Moses Lake has some good shopping (or window shopping), too! We mostly took advantage of the fast wifi and caught up on some quality R&R.
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Disclaimer – A big thanks to Suncrest RV Park for allowing us to camp free of charge. As usual our thoughts and opinions are our own and not swayed or purchased. We just like to explore and discover new places!