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Central Ferry Park Has Been Closed By The US Army Corps of Engineers
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Central Ferry Park (Closed)
Campground Description: It doesn't matter if you enjoy tent camping, RV camping or boating, this could end up being your favorite campground in Southeastern Washington. Operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Central Ferry Park is a 185 acre park that offers a day use area, full camping services, a boat launch, volleyball, horseshoes, hiking, fishing and waterskiing on 10,000+ acre Lake Bryan. Although on the Snake River, Lake Bryan is formed by the river backing up behind Little Goose Dam. The campsites at Central Ferry Park are widely spaced and neatly organized. The restroom facilities offer flush toilets and hot showers. The park is very well landscaped with large open lawn areas and plenty of trees. The only drawback is the location. Being near nothing, Central Ferry Park is truly a destination park where the camper or boater will want to just stop for a few days and unwind. Open April to October.
Number of Sites: 69 sites - 60 with full hookups, 8 tent sites and one group camp
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: Highway 395/12 Eastbound from the Tri-Cities - Drive South from the Tri-Cities on US Highway 12 for 3 miles. Immediately after crossing the Snake River, turn left onto State Route 124. At Waitsburg, State Route 124 merges into US Highway 12 and continues East. Follow Highway 12 for 42 miles to Dodge. At Dodge, turn left onto highway 127. Follow Highway 127 for 12 miles, across the Snake River bridge to the entrance to Central Ferry Park (on the left side of Highway 127).
Astronomy Opportunities: Very good. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 46.62836° North, 117.81083° West.
Nearby Golfing: Golf is available in Pomeroy (19.3 miles Southeast), Dayton (36 miles South) and in Walla Walla (62 miles South).
Pomeroy: Golf Course at Pomeroy - 1611 Arlington St, Pomeroy, WA 99347 509-843-1197 Pomeroy Golf
Dayton: Parks and Recreation Golf Course - 209 N Pine St, Dayton, WA 99328 (509) 382-4851
Walla Walla: Veterans Memorial Golf Course Veterans Memorial Golf
Contact Information: US Army Corps of Engineers, 2763 Monument Drive, Burbank, WA 99323 (509) 547-7781 On-line reservations
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Please note that these photos were taken during early February when foliage was not in bloom. In the Spring, Summer and Fall months, this park is very attractive.
Sign at the entrance to Central Ferry Park
Fees associated with the use of Central Ferry Park
Map of the campground at Central Ferry Park
A portion of the huge day use area at Central Ferry Park
Typical back-in campsite with full hookups at Central Ferry Park
All of the campsites are well spaced providing large open areas for each site
The restroom facilities feature flush toilets and hot showers
A typical back-in full hookup campsite
All campsites feature landscaping and paved parking surfaces
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