Priest Rapids Recreation Area Campground
A Grant County Public Utility District company
Terms & Conditions
Campground Policies & Rules
Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance.
Members of a household may reserve a maximum of two campsites for any given date.
One night drop-ins accepted subject to availability upon arrival.
Campers must arrive and check-in by 10 pm on the first day of the reservation or entire reservation may be cancelled and will not be refunded.
Maximum stay 5 nights. All property must be removed at checkout.
Check out time 1 pm.
Check in time 3 pm.
Quiet Hours 10 pm to 7 am.
Lawn mowing will occur on Monday mornings. Campers will be responsible for moving their personal equipment. All tents must be moved for mowing.
Lawn watering will occur Monday - Friday between 1 and 4 pm. Campers will be responsible for moving their personal equipment.
Trailheads open 6 am to 8 pm. Gates will be locked after hours.
Park (Boat Launch, Picnic/Swim Area) open dawn - dusk.
Fires are prohibited except in designated fireplaces and cooking grills.
Pets must be leashed at all times. Handlers must remove and properly dispose of their pet waste.
Beaches and swim areas - glass containers are not allowed on any beach within any park. Pets are prohibited in designated swim areas and beaches.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in all park areas per state law.
Motorized vehicles are prohibited on trails and shorelines.
Camping is allowed in designated campgrounds only.
Refuse and litter must be disposed of in a waste receptacle or removed from the park if no garbage can provided. Park garbage cans are for recreation users only; its illegal to dispose of or store any household waste, lawn clippings, etc. in a park.
Solicitation and sales - no person may sell, solicit or vend any item or service or post any item or notice without written permission from Grant PUD.
Discharge of firearms is prohibited.
Fireworks are prohibited on all Grant PUD property.
NOTE: Reservation fee is nonrefundable.
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