I grew up in the Pacific Northwest and have lived here pretty much all my life except for a couple of years in China and a few months in western New York. This is my home. There's no other place that I'd rather live. In Cheryl's Northwest, I'll share some of my favorite places with you.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Hood Park in Burbank, Washington
RV camping at Hood Park.
We're always looking for new places to ride our motor scooters to, and yesterday we found one: Hood Park. It's a place we've driven by many times on our way to Walla Walla or, if we turn left just after the Snake River Bridge, to Dayton for annual car shows.
Hood Park is a beautiful park on the shores of Lake Wallula (Snake River). It has giant shade trees and a wonderful sites for RV and tent camping. We were amazed to find a majority of the camp sites filled on a weekday. The park must be more well known than we thought.
While we just rode our scooters through the park yesterday, I want to go back and walk the nature trails. The park borders the McNary Wildlife Refuge.