This is another great Washington State Park that is located right on the Spokane River. The sites were plenty wide for our RV and you back right up to the river. Best of all, it's very quiet here, but I imagine it fills up here during the summer months. There is an on-site host that takes great pride in maintaining his campground and the bathrooms are spotless! The only downside is that you have to navigate downtown Spokane traffic and some narrow streets to get here but it's doable.
Another great Washington state park! Spacious and well laid out sites that offer full hook-ups at 60 sites. Other sites closer to the water are dry camping only, but there is a dump station in the park. They even have small sleeping cabins to rent. Park appears to be well kept even during the middle of the winter when we are the only ones here. Probably gets crowded during the summer. Still, looks like the best place to stay in the area.
What a great park! Check-in was fast and friendly and when I asked for a river-front site they happily accommodated us. We enjoyed watching the otters play on the boat dock right behind our rig! This clean and well maintained park is nicely laid out and the concrete pads and roadways are great, especially when it rains. Large sites give you plenty of room for slides, awnings and vehicle parking. A great value, we will return.
This park is the only one available in the area. It appears to be 95% permanent residents with a few narrow pull-through sites kept open for over-nighters. The TengoInternet Wi-Fi is painfully slow and unusable at times and the goofy cable system here requires checking out a converter box from the office??? Although this park is not on a busy street, it is VERY noisy due to the nearby railroad tracks and the jet traffic out of Portland International Airport. For $36 I didn't get much bang for my buck so I'll find someplace else to stay next time!
Same as Lagoon USFS campground. This is a nice campground if you have a small RV or a tent. Big rigs BEWARE! Narrow road with extremely tight turns and low hanging branches will make you sorry that you ever tried this place. We couldn't do it with 36' rig. Only loop A offers electrical hook-ups.
This is a nice campground if you have a small RV or a tent. Big rigs BEWARE! Narrow road with extremely tight turns and low hanging branches will make you sorry that you ever tried this place. We couldn't do it with 36' rig.
This park remains to be the nicest park to stay at in the area. Completely paved sites and nicely landscaped. Cable too! This park is owned and operated by the county and the office staff is friendly and efficient. The only negative is that the volunteer host sites are getting very cluttered and run down looking. Other than that, this is a first class RV resort.
This is a nice "Casino" type RV park. We barely got parked before a very friendly host drove up and offered us a ride on his golf cart to the registration desk to check in. This is a new casino and they offer many benefits to stay here. The best part is that it is only $24 a night for a FHU site! Sites are completely paved and level. No cable or Wi-Fi which was no big deal to us. Verizon voice and data was excellent as was the digital TV antenna reception. Register for the River Club card and you will receive $10 each free gambling credits. Note: This is a very secure area which means that the RV parking area is brightly lit all night with security cameras and regular patrols. We had to cover our bedroom windows to block the bright lights, but we slept well.
This is another excellent Oregon State Park! Five miles off Hwy 101 and very close to the ocean which means a very quiet park and a good nights sleep. As stated before, satellite access is difficult, almost impossible, however we were able to pick up the Dish satellite on our roof-mount from our site. Probably 5% of the sites will have satellite access. Verizon voice and data worked fine for us here. Most sites are heavily treed and offer great privacy. The bathrooms are clean and the entire park is clean and well kept. If you enjoy Oregon State Parks, this is one of the best.
There is nothing better than being greeted warmly by the owners of a RV park the minute that you pull into it. On-site owner/operators usually mean that you automatically become their responsibility to ensure that your visit is a pleasant one, and it certainly was here for us. This park is located out of town a few miles up the river which means that it is much quieter here than other parks that are located right on busy Hwy. 101. This is a very pet friendly park with an excellent area down by the river for Rover to get some exercise! We will always stay here when in the area.
This is a great RV park located in a terrific area. Clean, quiet, safe and secure, plus, it's just a few miles to Ocean Shores which is one of the best coastal towns we have found to visit. You can even drive to town on the beach if you want! The on-site owner has spent the last two years developing this new park and he continues to make it better and better. The rates here are a great bargain and I think they are low to entice new customers to discover this park. This will definitely be our base camp when staying in the area.
Very disappointing to see what could be a premier oceanfront resort be so trashed and disrespected. Trash is strewn everywhere throughout the town and the park. Dogs from town roam freely and some are aggressive. Keep your dog on a leash and watch your kids closely! This place could be great with some clean-up and maintenance.mFrom the less than enthusiastic check in to the dirty sites and filthy laundry room ($3 to wash, $2 to dry) I won't return.
This is a nice state park with direct walking access to a great beach. Very quiet here and the only thing you hear are the waves crashing on the beach. Bathrooms are locked up for the winter and some sites have electricity only. No water or sewer dump available here. Washington state has some great parks but their telephone reservation system is more confusing and frustrating than the Obama-care website.
Clean,quiet, safe and secure. I wish we had discovered them before we spent our money in La Push. Family owned and operated means pride of ownership and a commitment to customer satisfaction. If you want to fish the local rivers, this is the place to stay! The owner also owns a guide service.
This is probably one of the nicest parks on the Olympic Peninsula. It is clean and well maintained and, very quiet here. Port Angeles and Sequim are nice towns to visit and shop in. Note... Be careful of international roaming charges being applied to your Verizon bill. We caught ours in time and Verizon took care of the problem. Don't waste your time traveling any farther west with your RV. The road is difficult to drive and the towns and RV Parks (?) are run down and unpleasant.
This is a typical coastal state park. Kind of run down and the sites are small but you are camped right on the water! It's fun to watch the Ferry come and go and there are lots of trails to hike and explore. All sites are open to satellite reception and Verizon works fine here. No sewer hook ups are available and no dump station so come with empty tanks!
A great state park! The Washington State taxpayers spent their money well here. This park is laid out very nice and the new section is awesome. Take the time to climb to the top of Steamboat Rock while you are there. It takes about an hour to get to the top and the trail is very steep in a couple of places but the effort is rewarded with incredible views once you reach the top.