Event Location Details:

Cle Elum, WA

Whispering Pines RV Park

100 Whispering Pines Drive

Cle Elum, WA. 98922

Jean - 509-674-7278 Call Jean to register at the park before completing the Online Registration Form. Note in the Notes section that you have done so.

June 22-24, 2018

***Only three sites have sewer hook up: Sites 11, 12, 13

Important Event Dates:

  • Registration open: Jan 1, 2018
  • Registration Closes: May 8, 2018 NOW Closed
  • No Deposit required
  • Final Cancellation deadline: June 1, 2018
  • Online Registration Form - Look for a confirmation e-mail sent to the e-mail address you entered on the registration form - Please review carefully and contact the registrar immediately if it is incorrect or you need to make changes.

    *SEE special instructions below for this park

Event Description:

With easy access off I-90, Whispering Pines RV Park is a mature, wooded park....60 acres on the Yakima River.....and 1 1/2 miles of river front which is a blue ribbon trout stream. Area attractions include historic Roslyn, the Ellensburg Rodeo, and the John Wayne Trail. Cle Elum is just 6 blocks away for shopping, restaurants, and gas, with on site RV repairs and accessories.

Registration Details::

Because we have become such a large group it is very important to have accurate attendance information so please follow the instructions below:

  • We have 30 -35 sites reserved plus can double up at some sites and boondocking is available. Registration closes May 8, 2018 or when we fill reserved spots, whichever comes first. Boondocking available with the potential of doubling up rigs in larger sites.
  • If you are planning to attend this event but are not staying at this RV Park (e.g.: different park or local hotel) please follow the same instructions for registering below checking the "Day Use only" box on the online form and, if necessary, include any comments in the "Notes" section.

Before the registration deadline:

  1. Use the online form to sign up for this event. Include the dates you plan to arrive and depart from the park (early arrival/late departure dates included).
  2. Print the registration confirmation page for your records and make note of any deposit due and deadline dates. Note: the printout from this form will only include the event dates, if you are arriving early or departing late, the registrar will still get that information..
  3. New management request that all attendees call the park to make personal reservations before updating the RVW registration form. Include that information on the Notes section of the registration form.*

After the registration deadline:

  1. Contact the park directly to see if they have space available. If so, sign up with the park directly and then
  2. This is very important: Contact the registrar to let her know you will be attending.

Cancellation Instructions:

  • Before the registration deadline, contact the registrar to cancel.
  • After the registration deadline, contact the park directly to cancel and then notify the registrar that you will not be coming.
  • No shows and those canceling with less than two weeks notice (see Final Cancellation Deadline) will be charged one night's camping fee.

Deposit and Payment Instructions:

Cost - $35.00 to $40.00 per night depending on amenities.

No Deposit required for this event - full payment due upon arrival directly to the park.

Site Assignments:

Sites are assigned by the park. If you have special requirements, please indicate them in the Notes section of the registration form and they will be forwarded to the park on your behalf.





Yakima River

Event Theme: Hootenanny
Event Captain: Ruth Gregersen
Hootenanny Leader: Leslie Hollearn
Event Word Of The Day: Yee-Haw

Welcome to the Cle Elum event. If you have been there before, you know that it can be hot. There is no air conditioning in the clubhouse so please bring FANS if you have them. The theme of Hootenanny came from a weekly event at SMR where a group of women sang and played instruments. The songs are very familiar and fun to sing. Please bring instruments if you have them. Spoons, washboard, shakers are all welcome as well as more traditional instruments like guitar, ukulele, flutes… We will be having a cowgirl hat contest so please bring your cowgirl hats. Chaps, vests, spurs, and other cowgirl items are welcome as well. Many of us who were at Cle Elum last year enjoyed the Line Dancing 101 lessons by Lynda Byrd so we decided to do Line Dancing 102 this year. I am sure that there will be a 101 refresher for those of us that have not practiced over the year.


5:00 Meet and greet in the Clubhouse
5:30 Potluck – Appetizers, Salads, and Desserts with a cowgirl name (i.e. Cowgirl Caviar)
7:00 Hootenanny with Leslie
7:30 Games, Cards, Socializing, More Singing?


9:30 Flapjack breakfast – provided by Cascadia
10:30 Hootenanny with Leslie
11:00 Book Club – Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
1:00 – 2:30 Cowgirl themed greeting card creation.
4:30 Hootenanny with Leslie (while the hot dogs are cookin’)
5:00 Hot Dogs and Hamburgers (Veggie Burgers) on the Grill (plus fixins’) provided. Bring side dish or dessert.
7:00 Yee-Haw Hoedown – Line Dancing 102 with Lynda Byrd. Cowgirl Hat Contest
8:00 Games, Cards, Socializing, More Singing?


8:30 Meet in clubhouse for coffee, tea and one last song [Good Bye (Night) Irene]
9:30 Rig Christening


Things to do nearby:

Cle Elum Telephone Museum:

This museum was established in 1966 when Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company deeded its former office building to the Cle Elum Historical Society. At that time Cle Elum became the last in the telephone company's service area to be changed over from manual phone service to automatic dialing.

Carpenter House Museum

A step over the threshold of the Carpenter House is a step into the past. This marvelous 1914 mansion, with its spacious rooms, tiny alcoves and third-floor ballroom, holds the story of Cle Elum's first successful banker and his family. High Country Artists shares this historic house, and its art displays provide visitors an added experience.

Mac-A-Bees Gifts of the Southwest

Almost twenty years ago, Mac-A-Bees brought Southwest style merchandise to the Pacific Northwest. From modest beginnings, the store has grown to more than 4,000 square feet of total floor space, most of which is filled with delights gathered on trips to the Southwest. In recent years, Mac-A-Bees has grown their inventory to include western, lodge and wildlife themed decor. From the outside, it’s very hard to envision ample space to display the store’s extensive inventory, but walking in the door you’re certain to be taken back. The store is unlike any other, and there’s definitely a little something for everyone. So saddle up, grab the reins, and journey to the Southwest; Mac-A-Bees Gifts of the Southwest that is. You’ll be glad you made the trip and the entire crew will be pleased to have gained yet another friend.

Other RV parks nearby:

Search for local Bike and Hiking trails:

The Coal Mines Trail

Following an abandoned mining railway easement, this spectacular trail passes several historic mining sites as it makes its way along Crystal Creek and up to Roslyn, WA. This generous walking path (former railway bed) has a gentle grade that is suitable for almost all hikers, walkers and bikers.






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