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Agate Acres RV Park
Campground Description: Agate Acres RV Park is a privately owned and operated facility located approximately 21 miles south of Kennewick, WA, near the intersection of Interstate 82/US Highway 395 and Washington State Route 14. All sites at Agate Acres are full hook-up complete with water, electricity and sewer. The overall park is best described as "utilitarian." There are a few Poplar trees along the edges of the campground - there is no grass and the closest thing to landscaping are the sage brush and tumbleweeds growing around the RV park. The entire park at Agate Acres is covered in crushed rock. Agate Acres has recently completed a community center that offers restrooms, showers, an exercise room and a entertainment room. Restaurants and shopping are available in the Tri-Cities (25 miles North), in Umatilla, OR, (4 miles South) and in Hermiston, OR, (12 miles Southeast). Note that high winds and dust are an occasional problem in the area, sometimes necessitating parking jacks under RVs to hold them steady. Open year round.
Number of Sites: 80 sites, all pull through. Each site is 70' long and 40' wide
Electricity: 20, 30 and 50 amp service at each of the 80 sites.
Water: At every site
Sewer: At every site
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Interstate 82/US Highway 395 southbound from the Tri-Cities - take exit 131, turn right at at bottom of exit ramp onto westbound State Route 14. Follow for approximately 1 mile. Turn right (north) onto South Plymouth Road. RV park is 3/4 miles on the left (west). Interstate 82/US Highway 395 northbound from Oregon - take exit 131, turn left at at bottom of exit ramp onto westbound State Route 14. Follow for approximately 1 mile. Turn right (north) onto South Plymouth Road. RV park is 3/4 miles on the left (west). State Route 14 eastbound from Patterson, Washington - at milepost 180 (approximately) look for South Plymouth Road. Turn left (north) onto South Plymouth Road. RV park is 3/4 miles on the left (west).
Fishing: Boat ramp approximately 2 miles south at Plymouth and 4 miles south in Umatilla. World class Columbia River fishing (seasonal) for salmon, steelhead, sturgeon, trout and small mouth bass. Small mouth bass are an easy catch from the shore.
Astronomy Opportunities: Elevation is approximately 600' and there are a few light posts situated throughout Agate Acres RV park. There is little light pollution from surrounding areas. No obstructions to the overall night sky. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 45.93869° North, 119.60367° West.
Nearby Golfing: Numerous Par 3 to championship courses in the Tri-Cities, 25 miles north.Pasco: Sun Willows in Pasco http://www.sunwillowsgolfcourse.com/ Pasco Golf Land - 2901 N. Road 40, Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 544-9291 Kennewick: Columbia Park Golf Course - 2701 Columbia Park Trail, Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 586-2800 Canyon Lakes Golf Course - http://www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com/ Richland: Columbia Point Golf Course - http://www.columbiapointgolfcourse.com/ Buckskin Golf Club - 1726 Bronco Ln, Richland, WA 99354 (509) 942-0888 West Richland Municipal Golf Course - 4000 Fallon Dr, West Richland, WA 99353 (509) 967-2165
Contact Information: Agate Acres RV Park, 182302 South Plymouth Road, Plymouth, WA 99340 (509) 735-8642
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