Yakama Nation Resort RV Park

Address: 280 Buster Rd., Toppenish, Washington, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 280 Buster Rd., Toppenish, is near Yakama Nations Legends Casino, Yakama Nation Cultural Center, Kestrel Vintners, and Thurston Wolfe Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Toppenish

    The Dreaded Goatheads

    A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 09, 2014

    10 photos

    ... little traffic. We stopped in Quincy for lunch having read some reviews found the L&R Café with raves on Trip Advisor for its no pretense good food. It was as described, small, clean, and a regular hang out for the locals, nothing fancy here. In fact, one of the locals was settling up his tab . . . when was the last time a restaurant let you run a tab? We arrived near closing but ...


    A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jul 16, 2011

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... north central Oregon, getting pulled over for going 40 in a 30 (********, I'll give you 36, but I was not going 40), no ticket though, crossing the mighty Columbia River into Washington, beyond groves of massive windmills, through some forested hills, and down some back country roads, to grandmother's old house we go.

    He lived in the same old farm house that my grandma used to - the kick ass Puerto Rican gang ...


    A travel blog entry by barbarabean on May 22, 2011

    ... help with the back yard but somehow we ran out of time. Kyleen is a jewel but then I am not prejudiced.

    Wednesday Don drove Jane and me around the country side after a trip to Harbor Freight in Tri-Cities. Jane and I tried to get the program which converts VHS tapes to DVD's but were unsuccessful. We did get Jane started on a quilt for Kyleen using her old receiving blankets. It is going to be ...

    From Mountains..To Fruit and Wine!

    A travel blog entry by joeandfrannie on Jul 18, 2007

    25 photos

    ... full day ahead of us, we really needed to resolve the lodging issue before we could move forward with much more. Walking into the Yakima Valley Newspaper, we were met by a group of lovely and friendly people. Sam was delighted to meet us and was as eager to meet with us as we were with him. Sam proceeded to ...

    Rapid City, South Dakota

    A travel blog entry by elviejo on Jun 06, 1992

    6 photos

    ... grouping of the four presidents to conform to the mountain's granite cap, but deep cracks and fissures, later discovered in the rock, required nine changes in the design. Measurements were taken from the model heads, each measuring five feet high, using a horizontal bar and plumb bob. The dimensions were enlarged 12 times and transferred to the mountain. After a reference point, such as the tip of a nose, was located, ...