Highly recommend this park for anyone staying in the Seattle area. We stayed for the Lion's International Convention for 10 days. Beautiful RV Park with back in sites to lake. Sites are wide and have at least a 20 ft. open area of grass behind the RV before the lakefront. Numerous ducks and geese. We enjoyed sitting outside watching the waterfowl. Park is surrounded by trees and does not seem like you are in a community. Drive to Seattle in 25 minutes.
Good Sam missed the boat on this one. Trailer Life lists this park with minimum 20 ft. space. My space, and numerous others were 15 ft. My slide-out was up against the neighbors awning. We reserved two sites 6 months earlier. Upon arrival the two sites were not together. Requested 50 amp service, both sites were 30 amp. The website and advertising are deceptive in that they really do not depict the Park in reality. All sites are packed in like sardines. I do not recommend it.
Very good RV Park only 4 years old. Wide 35 ft. sites, gravel, but level. Paved interior roads. Nice that long term sites are in their own loop. Nice water channels are adjacent to sites which are boat friendly for mooring. Water channels feed into Silver Lake. Still a work in progress with some construction ongoing. Great place for a club jamboree. Very quiet and have tables and fire pits at each site. Friendly staff. Good point for visiting Mt. St. Helens and fishing.
Great place to stay in Port Angeles. Very friendly staff. We stayed in a patio site and really enjoyed it, especially when it rained. Typical KOA with a good little store, game room, and other activities. Drove through several other RV Parks in the area. This is where to stay. Easy drive to town and ferry. Very good place.