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Columbia Cove RV Park - a Brewster City park
Campground Description: Columbia Cove RV Park is owned and operated by the town of Brewster, Washington. Columbia Cove RV Park is just that - an RV park where tents aren't welcome. The RV park is very plain with little vegetation or amenities. A boat launch is less than a block away. Brewster is located on Pateros Lake, a part of the Columbia River. Shopping and restaurants are available in Brewster. The shortest RV site within Columbia Cove RV Park is 36 feet long while the longest is 70 feet long. Reservations are available. All water is turned off during the winter season.
Number of Sites: 34
Electricity: At all 34 sites
Water: At sites 1-30
Sewer: At sites 1-29
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Northbound from Wenatchee - Follow State Highway 97 north for 58.9 miles to Brewster, Washington. Once in Brewster look for 7th Avenue. Turn south onto 7th Avenue and follow for 0.8 miles to Columbia Cove RV Park.
Fishing: Good fishing opportunities for several species. Steelhead and Salmon are among the prized catches. Click here for detailed fishing information: Lake Pateros Fishing
Astronomy Opportunities: Telescope camping is fair within the city of Brewster but better skies are available within a short drive. Astronomy could be better than fair at the adjoining city park. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 48.09089° N, 119.78481° W
Nearby Golfing:Alta Lake Golf Course 140 Alta Lake Rd
Pateros, WA 98846-9625
Alta Lake Golf Course
Contact Information:Columbia Cove RV Park 604 W Bruce Avenue Brewster, WA 98812 509-733-0540
Columbia Cove RV Park
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The sign in Brewster at the entrance to Columbia Cove RV Park
The restrooms at Columbia Cove RV Park offer flush toilets and hot showers
Lots of open space between the RV camping sites at Columbia Cove RV Park
As the trees mature at Columbia Cove RV Park much needed shade will be available
The boat launch at Columbia Cove RV Park
At the park adjacent to Columbia Cove RV Park there are playgrounds and a group meeting pavilion
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