La Quinta Rv Park

Address: 1513 Smittys Boulevard, Ritzville, Washington, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 1513 Smittys Boulevard, Ritzville.
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Travel Blogs from Ritzville

From Bonners Ferry to Odessa

A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Sep 19, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... town and was outside photographing the school when a staff member spoke to me and invited me in. Had a tour of 4th grade, special ed and preschool.
Dinner was a no frills hamburger, meat, cheese and onion but the night was something special. I thought fire and brimstone would descend upon us. Picture this: Chris sitting down to eat and the entertainment was gospel singing. Yes I know you're smiling too.
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June 22, 2013

A travel blog entry by suziq12449 on Jun 22, 2013

9 photos

... on the other side and plenty of snow all over, very, very scary white knuckle drive. Glad Rich was driving as I was hanging on to my door for dear life. The rest of the day driving through the rest of Montana, Idaho, and into Washington was very beautiful. Stopped late afternoon. In Ritzville, WA. Now relaxing with a nice bottle of Washinton State ...

Glassy lakes and snowy mountain tops!

A travel blog entry by ny2ca-and-back on Aug 01, 2011

4 comments, 20 photos

Today we headed east from the Seattle area towards Spokane Washington. We had originally planned to go north from Seattle, and check out British Colombia, but we just dont have enough time! We did decide though, that one day, when Bob conquers his fear of flying, we will return to Seattle and either take a train or boat trip up ...

Day 13, Ride from Bend,OR to Ritzville, WA

A travel blog entry by wildrider2011 on Jun 14, 2011

5 photos

... the old guy were were talking to said it was against the law for women to wear a black vest or jacket in town -- that sounds like a "made up law" to me. Luckily for me there were no locks on the cell doors. The jail was the original jail and was really well built -- they lay 2x4s lenghthwise and stack them one on top of the other and nail each board to the next in an offset pattern. That makes the ...

Yakima to Meridian

A travel blog entry by kahootzjohn on Mar 12, 2007

Well it is off to Meridian, I had a great night sleep at Greg and Barbra's house and some wine to seal the deal, slept like a rock, then off to Meridian. Had a good drive but it was a long trip after the flights, had to stop outside Baker City , Or. to get some sleep. Passed out for about two hours and then back on the ...