Sage Hills: Course rolls out welcome mat for RV golfers

Updated: September 6, 2017

Sage Hills originally opened as a private venue in the 1960s and evolved to a public facility that was called Warden Golf Course. With new owners the name was changed to Sage Hills again and underwent several improvements including the planting of hundred of ornamental shrubs and trees along the fairways. Over the years the greens, tees and bunkers were either improved or created making it a first-rate golf course. RV spaces were added making it one of the most popular venues in the region.

Today, Sage Hills Golf and RV Resort has over 40 level and grassy RV sites with full hookups and free WiFi, a full-service restaurant and lounge (The Sage Bar & Grill), a fenced swimming pool, a laundry facility and day-room for groups and tournaments. If you are heading to Eastern/Central Washington, you will want to make this a must-play on your schedule. The course is a real jewel and if traveling by RV, this is one of the places you will want to spend some time at.

Sage Hills is located about 15 miles south of Moses Lake in the heart of the Columbia Basin. The fairways are lush and green and the greens are as good as any you will find. The course has 4 sets of tees with a rating of 70.2 and slope of 121 from the back tees. The yardage ranges from 6,591 to 5,128 making it playable by all skill levels. This has become a popular site for tournaments, many from west of the mountains.

The course has some of the best weather in the state and is especially nice during the extended fall season when the western half of the state starts to get wet and cold. There is always some special Stay & Play offers available for RVers on their website at