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Margie's Riverside RV Park

202 Kendall Street, Riverside, WA, 98849

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Last Updated: November 9, 2023

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$35per night

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Campground Overview

Margie’s RV Park offers a beautiful, secluded park to relax and enjoy the beauty Sunny Okanogan Valley has to offer.​

We offer RV spots with full hook-up options, from Campers and Tent Trailers, Travel Trailers and 5th Wheels, to Large Luxury Coach Motor Homes. We have tent camping sites available as well.

Enjoy outdoor recreation with several close lakes for fishing and boating or in town shopping and casinos that are only a few miles away.​​​

Check In

Check In Time: 1PM | We offer self check-in only, please confirm your site on your reservation and proceed directly to that site when you arrive.


● Campground sites and facilities are provided for the exclusive use of the registered campers. Non-registered visitors are considered trespassing if they attempt to use the onsite facilities and will be charged a $100.00 fine. If a visitor is found to be staying after 8pm, they will be registered and charged daily rates accordingly, in addition to the fine if found using the facilities prior to registration.

● Campsites shall be vacated by noon on the day the campsite permit expires. Late check-outs may be granted with prior Margie’s RV Park approval. No late check-outs will be granted within 24 hours of the end of the rental period. No pre-approved late check-outs will extend beyond 8 p.m.

● Hay, straw, boughs, pine needles or other similar materials shall not be kept or used in tents or screened rooms or under shelters for bedding or any other purpose.

● The washing of any equipment, paraphernalia, clothing, pet or the body is prohibited in lakes, ponds, pools and streams. The washing of cooking utensils, tableware, flatware, or any other cooking or eating paraphernalia is prohibited in comfort stations, bathhouses and washrooms.

● It is the policy of Margie’s RV Park to not provide information to/or about our guests. Therefore, any visitors that you may invite to visit you during your stay must have prior knowledge of your site number prior to their arrival.

● Uncased weapons, including firearms and bows and arrows are prohibited within the boundaries of Margie’s RV Park, unless otherwise designated by special event permit, i.e. permitted hunts as defined and administered by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.

● No object may be driven into or attached to any tree, shrub, rock, sign, building or other object or structure in the campground. Trenching or digging in a campsite is prohibited. Trimming of trees, branches, and other native areas is prohibited. No carpets, rugs or mats on grass areas.

● Quiet hours are in effect and shall be observed and enforced from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. This includes, but is not limited to, playing music, loud talking, and the use of generators and other powered equipment shall not be operated during quiet hours.

● Fires are only permitted within designated fire rings located on the campsites. Only propane BBQ’s are allowed with management approval.

● Hunting is not allowed within park boundaries. Fishing within park boundaries requires a valid Washington State Fishing License.

● No explosive materials or other dangerous substances are permitted. This includes fireworks.

● Wildlife is not to be fed within the park boundaries. Care should be used in the disposal of food and garbage to avoid wildlife encounters.

● Posted speed limits must be obeyed within park boundaries. There are many users of the roads in this facility, thus safety is of utmost importance.

● Pets must be restrained on a sturdy leash not to exceed ten (10) feet in length, do not tie pets to trees, picnic tables or power/water hookups. The owner shall clean up after the pet immediately, keep it from disturbing others and is responsible for any damage that may occur by their pets. Any outdoor pets must be spayed or neutered.

● No bicycle may be ridden in a campground after dark, unless it is equipped with lights on both front and rear and the lights are turned on while the bike is being ridden.

● Motorcycles, ATVs, golf carts, scooters, and other unlicensed motorized transportation units are prohibited for use within the boundaries of Margie’s RV Park.

● All RV and campers must be up to state code requirements for safety and presentability. License and Registration must be up to date. RV’s and campers must be operational and drivable (running engine, filled tires, etc).

● Margie’s RV Park reserves the right to deny future reservations of those whose actions in former years did not conform to regulations.

● Smoking inside the manufactured homes and near public buildings is prohibited. Any smoking done by your personal campsite needs to be outside and cleaned of cigarette butts


Tenants with an RV will be responsible for their own propane. We have the contact information for a local propane company that you can reach out to in order to coordinate.

Laundry Usage

Coin based and app payment are available ○ Wash

Park Rule/Regulation Offenses

a. Registered campers are responsible for general upkeep of their campsite and public areas, such as bathroom/laundry facilities, as a courtesy to their fellow campers and to help maintain the standards of the campground. Campers are responsible for their own toilet paper and other toiletries.

b. If management sees an offense made by the registered camper or receives a complaint by another camper(s), management will relay the complaint to the registered camper and have documentation of the offense and exchange. c. If a registered camper has 3 documented offenses with no attempt of change made, Margie’s RV Park has the right to request and enforce the camper to leave the property, with no refund. Camper(s) will have no more than 24 hours to leave the grounds.

e. Margie’s RV Park management has the right and the authority to call local authorities at their discretion if they feel the need due to a potentially dangerous visitor, camper, or illegal situation.

d. Margie’s RV Park management has the right and authority to remove campers or visitors with no prior notice if they feel a person is a danger to others or a liability to the park.

● All registered guests must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible to reserve and rent a campsite.

● All extensions or changes to reservations for additional days require prior approval and an additional reservation process. Extensions may be granted based on occupancy levels. Relocation may be required to accommodate additional days. All extensions require prepayment of fees at time of site confirmation. These changes may be subject to cancellation penalties.

● In no case will occupancy of any campsite be extended to any user, without the presence of the registered primary renter of the site with a completed reservation process including payment of all fees in full.

● Camping in any manner is prohibited except at assigned, numbered sites in areas designated for camping. All camping equipment and associated materials must be located within the confines of the assigned site. You are responsible for your site’s appearance-keep it clean. No cigarette butts, household furniture, animal cages, lumber or storage boxes and children’s toys will be picked up nightly.

● The primary renter of the site is answerable for the actions and safety of the registered guests and visitors of the campsite and will be liable for any actions of or damages caused by their guests or visitors.

● Use of utility hookups (electric, water, and sewer) that are not directly positioned at your assigned campsite is prohibited. Campers will be charged for additional utilities used, given a cease and desist letter, and subject to eviction at the property managers discretion.

● A non-family group may have only one (1) camping unit (tent, trailer, motor home, camper, van, etc.) on its campsite.

● No more than two (2) motor vehicles are permitted on a campsite at any time, in addition to a parked RV and repair or servicing of vehicles is not allowed. No boats, storage/utility trailers or storage buildings are allowed on sites.

● A family camping group may be permitted to have one (1) or two (2) small tents on its campsite in addition to the main camping unit, but in no case may the additional units be ecologically detrimental to the campsite. A family is defined as parents or guardians and their dependent children.


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