490 West Main Street
Palouse, Washington 99161
The Palouse RV Park offers full hookups with 10 sites right across from the Palouse’s Hayton-Greene Park, and 3 blocks from Palouse’s historic downtown. Located just 20 minutes from Pullman, Moscow, and Colfax along the Palouse Scenic Byway, the Palouse RV Park is the ideal spot to stay when visiting the Palouse.
For Reservations, please contact:
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
12 FAQs about Palouse RV Park
- What is the largest RV you can accommodate?
Spaces 1 through 5 are back-in sites and accommodate up to 60 ft. Spaces 6 through 10 are pull-through sites and accommodate up to 75 ft.
- How do we make a reservation?
Call City Hall at 509-878-1811 (M-F, 8-5) and pay with credit card.
- Can I pay for my stay upon arrival?
Yes. But only prepaid reservations are guaranteed. Any available sites are first-come, first-serve. There is a self check-in form and drop box at the site.
- What are the rental rates for the RV Park?
The current rate is $25 per night, including tax. This rate includes your overnight parking, full power, water and sewer hook-ups, use of the city pool (seasonal), and on-site wireless internet.
- Is there a weekly rate?
Yes. Guests staying 7 consecutive nights, pay $150 instead of $175. There is no monthly rate.
- What is the maximum length of stay allowed at the Palouse RV Park?
Three sites have a maximum stay of 28 days (6/12/12 minutes). The remaining seven sites have a maximum stay of two weeks, with possible one week extension with permission from City Hall.
- What are the Check-In and Check-Out Times?
Check-In is 2:00 p.m. Check-out time is 12:00 noon.
- Are pets allowed in the park?
Yes. There is a limit of 2 pets per site. The city has provided pet waste bags for your convenience. Pets must be on leash outside of your camp site, and under your control at all times while on camp site.
- Are tents allowed?
One tent allowed at site with paid RV. No stand-alone tent camping.
- What is the power capacity at the site?
Each site has a 50amp 220v, 30amp 220v, and 20amp 110v outlet.
- Is there potable water at your location?
Yes. The RV Park is connected to the city’s fresh drinking water system. The water pressure at the site can be over 100PSI. Use of an internal or in-line water pressure regulator is strongly recommended.
- Are there services close by?
Yes. Palouse downtown is just a few blocks to the east and there is a gas station (credit card only) two blocks to the east as well. A Palouse Chamber of Commerce business listing can be found here. We now offer free Wi-Fi.
Directions to the Palouse RV Park
- From Idaho Highway 6 / Washington Highway 272:
Driving into Palouse, stay on Main Street driving straight to 500 West Main Street
- From Idaho Highway 66 / Washington Highway 66:
Driving into Palouse, turn right on Highway 27, drive one block over the Palouse River, turn left onto West Main Street and drive 3 blocks
- From Washington Highway 272, eastbound:
Driving into Palouse; turn right at Division (staying on Highway 27) driving down the hill; turn right on West Main Street and drive 3 blocks
- From Washington Highway 27, southbound:
Driving into Palouse; Drive down the hill; turn right on West Main Street and drive 3 blocks
- From Washington Highway 27, northbound:
Driving into Palouse; turn left after the bridge onto West Main Street and drive 3 blocks
- Turn into the park at the self check-in kiosk:
Palouse RV Park Policies
Enjoy your stay with us and please observe the following rules:
5 MPH Maximum
10:00 p.m. to 9 a.m.
Check in Time 2:00 p.m.
Checkout time 12:00 noon.
Please note the reservation sheet to check availability. Only prepaid reservations are guaranteed.
Same-day reservations must pay using either the self-check-in kiosk, or at City Hall (120 E. Main St) during regular business hours (M – F, 8 – 5).
Daily rate $25
Weekly rate (7 nights) $150
No monthly rate.
Premium weekends require a two-day minimum reservation. Premium weekends include but are not limited to WSU Homecoming, WSU home football games, WSU graduation, WSU Mom’s & Dad’s weekends.
48-hour advance notice required to cancel a site reservation for a full refund (minus a cancellation fee of $5.00). No refunds or credit for days left early, so please plan your stay accordingly.
Pets Limit of 2 pets per site. Please clean up after your pet(s) with bags provided at the kiosk.
One recreational vehicle and one tow vehicle per space.
Vehicles must fit completely into space.
Campfires in portable fire pits or designated fire pits only. Portable grills are allowed, though they must be kept at a distance from other campers.
Tents One tent allowed at site with paid RV. No standalone tent camping.
Street parking is prohibited.
Vehicle maintenance in the RV Park is prohibited.
Lot area must be kept clean and free of debris.
Occupants are responsible to leave site in good order.
The City of Palouse and its employees assume no liability for loss or damage to property and injury to his person or party arising out of use of its facilities or caused by others while on the premises.
Renters and all other users of this property are liable for all property damages.
Fireworks are not allowed in the park area.
Guests who cannot abide by the above rules will be asked to leave the park immediately. Management reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.
RV Park Rules and Policies are subject to change. All complaints shall be signed in writing and submitted at City Hall (120 E. Main Street).
1 thru 5
52 feet to 60 feet back-in sites
6 thru 10
75 feet pull-though sites
Self check-in and prepaid rates
$25 per night
$150 per week (7 nights)
Maximums per site
4 adults, 6 children, 2 pets.
One tent per paid RV. NO stand-alone tent camping.
Full hookups include water, sewer and electricity
50 amp 220 volt
30 amp 110 volt
20 amp 110 volt
Potable City Water
100+ PSI, pressure regulator recommended
Park Play Area
Free Public Pool use, seasonal and subject to availability
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE USE WITHIN THE CITY OF PALOUSE
The Palouse City Code prohibits human habitation of recreational vehicles outside of mobile home parks, however, a policy has been designed to allow friends and relatives to visit and use city water. This policy allows this to occur without additional cost only at a residence, only for periods of 29 days or less in any 12 month period, and only for water service. Under no circumstances is it ever legal to connect a recreational vehicle to the city sewer system outside of a mobile home park.