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Central Ferry RV Park

Campground Description:  Central Ferry RV Park is a privately owned and operated RV park located approximately 5 1/2 miles southeast of the US Army Corps of Engineers operated Central Ferry Park.  Associated with the Central Ferry RV Park is a small convenience store, cafe and sporting goods sales store.  Most of the RV sites are taken by permanent or semi-permanent residents.  The entire park is gravel with a few shade trees.  Open year round.

Number of Sites:  Approximately 20

Electricity:  Yes

Water:  Yes

Sewer:  Yes

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  Highway 127 Southbound  - Drive south on Highway 127 for 1 mile from the entrance to Central Ferry Park.  Turn left (east) onto Lower Deadman Road.  Follow Lower Deadman Road for 4 miles.  The park is located on the right (south).  Highway 395/12 Eastbound from the Tri-Cities - Drive South from the Tri-Cities on US Highway 12 for 3 miles.  Immediately after crossing the Snake River, turn left onto State Route 124.  At Waitsburg, State Route 124 merges into US Highway 12 and continues East.  Follow Highway 12 for 42 miles to Dodge.  At Dodge, turn left onto highway 127.  Follow Highway 127 for 9 miles to Lower Deadman Road.  Follow Lower Deadman Road for 4 miles.  Central Ferry RV Park is located on the right (south).

Fishing:  Yes in a nearby creek or on the Snake River.  Ask at the convenience store for the best fishing holes.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Good.  No light pollution although the skies to the south are obstructed by hills.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 46.62173 North, 117.72355 West.

Nearby Golfing:  Golf is available in Pomeroy (19.3 miles Southeast), Dayton (36 miles South) and in Walla Walla (62 miles South).

Pomeroy:  Golf Course at Pomeroy - 1611 Arlington St, Pomeroy, WA 99347 509-843-1197 Pomeroy Golf

Dayton: Parks and Recreation Golf Course - 209 N Pine St, Dayton, WA 99328 (509) 382-4851

Walla Walla: Veterans Memorial Golf Course Veterans Memorial Golf

Contact Information:  Deadman Creek Outfitters - 1581 Lower Deadman Road, Pomeroy, WA 99347

(509) 843-6067 Central Ferry RV Park

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Please note that these photos were taken during early February when foliage was not in bloom.  In the Spring, Summer and Fall months, this park is more attractive.

Sign at the entrance to Central Ferry RV Park

All roads and parking are gravel

Most camping sites are occupied by permanent residents at Central Ferry RV Park

Landscaping consists of mature shade trees and small lawn areas

One half of the RV park does not have shade trees

Typical vacent campsite at Central Ferry RV Park

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