280 Buster Road (Map)
Toppenish, WA  98948
Phone:  509-865-2000
or 800-874-3087

Email:  reservations@ynrv.com                       Website:  www.ynrv.com         

OPEN YEAR ROUND

       RV Park Highlights   

  • 125 Resort RV sites have full hookups

  • Up to 50 amp services

  • 30 sites have Cable TV service

  • 14 Authentic teepees

  • Tenting area

  • Laundry facilities

  • Picnic shelters

  • Handicap accessible

  • Two banquet facilities

  • Fire Rings

  • Children's Play Area

  • Basketball, Tennis & Sand Volleyball courts

  • Fitness Center

  • Propane, ice & wood available

  • Heated swimming pool, hot tub & sauna

  • Horseshoe pits

  • Free wireless internet access

  • Mile-long jogging/walking track

  • Dump Station

  • Men's & Women's restrooms/showers

Rates & Map page: http://www.ynrv.com/rates.html
Reservations:  http://www.ynrv.com/rsvp.html

DOZENS OF NEARBY WINERIES
 

A Short Walk to...

     

 

 


 
An exciting & memorable home base for your
Yakima Valley wine-touring adventures
 

       If you are coming to Washington's Yakima Valley wine country with an RV - or even without one, you’ll want to spend time at the Yakama Nation Cultural Center and RV Park… and Library, and Museum, and Gift Shop, and Theater, and Casino!  No RV?  How about staying in an authentic teepee?  They sleep up to five people and are located in their own section of the park, away from the RV sites.

The list of opportunities at the Yakama Nation’s Cultural Center and RV Park campus is rich with experiences for young and old alike.  Located on the edge of Toppenish, Washington - "City of Murals" and "Where the West Still Lives," this spacious RV resort provides an ideal home base for daily forays into Yakima Valley wine country.  You will find dozens of wineries within minutes of the resort park... Two Mountain, Silver Lake Winery, Paradisos del Sol, Portteus Vineyards and on and on.  Also nearby are many antique shops, roadside fruit and vegetable stands (in season), and numerous historical landmarks throughout the valley. 

Or simply stroll around the Resort.  Adjacent to the RV Park are the Yakama Nation's Legends Casino and the Cultural Center (see map).  Within the campus of the Cultural Center are:

  • The Yakama Nation Gift Shop, offers Yakama plateau beadwork and regalia, a large selection of moccasins, barrettes, bolo ties, medallions, flat-beaded bags and vests, clothing made by Yakama Nation people;

  • The Yakama Nation Museum and Heritage Library:  a 12,000-square foot exhibition hall tells the history of the Yakama People; a collection of general and Native American publications for rent to the public, as well as a Storytelling House featuring live Coyote Tales performances with unique costumes and Yakama Native American performers;

  • The Heritage Theater has the lowest prices in the valley and offers a concession bar with a variety of snacks; theater rental is also available for conferences, talent shows, plays, special events, and graduations.

Yakama Nation Legends Casino
580 Fort Road | Toppenish, WA 98948
1-877-7COME11

       The Yakama Nation Legends Casino opened in May of 1998 .  Currently, if offers more than 1,200 slot machines, 24 table games, Keno and a Poker room. The Casino currently employs over 600 people, the majority of which are enrolled Tribal Members of the Yakama Nation.

 

Guests of the RV park also have access to an exercise room with his/hers saunas and a heated outdoor swimming pool and spa.  Other conveniences available to guests are a TV room, two meeting rooms, two play grounds, basketball and volleyball courts, a horseshoe pit, a mile-long jogging/walking track, picnic shelters and laundry facilities.

Whatever you do, be sure to spend a few nights in this special world of the Yakama Nation. Enjoy a multi-faceted experience, the hospitality, the rich history and Native American traditions, and the beautiful sunsets on the western horizon where "Pahto" - Mt. Adams - keeps watch..

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The Yakama Nation

       The Yakama Nation was established through the Treaty of 1855 and is made up of 14 Tribes and Bands including: Palouse, Pisquouse, Yakama, Wenatchapam, Klinquit, Ohce Chotes, Kow Was Say De, Sk’in-pah, Kah-miltpah, Klickatat, Wish Ham, See ap Cat, Li ay Was and the Shyiks.

A Map of the Yakama Nation RV Park & Cultural Center


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Find your way to Yakama Nation Resort RV Park

 

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Last revised: 09/16/2014