My wife and I just returned from three wonderful nights at Denny Creek campground. Deep in the woods with hiking trails all over. Not only did we ride our bikes, but walked up to Franklin Fall. The trail to Franklin Fall are well maintained mile hike each way. The bathrooms were clean with flush toilets. There are no showers, no RV hook ups other than a few with 30 amp power. Lots of tents and travel trailers all seemed to be a natural fit. Camp fires nightly at each site. We had a pull through site. Needed a bit more leveling, but nothing a block didn't fix. The only reason for a 9 rating was the freeway noise, Denny Creek is between East and West bound I-90 two or three miles from Snoqualmie summit. The park hosts were very nice and went out of their way to help if needed or sell you fire wood if you run out. We ran out. The road into Denny Creek is narrow. We RVed in a 35' rig and a few times cars had to stop or move over just allow us to go by. To be sure, Denny Creek will be a annual trip, just an hour and a half from home. This is a great place to enjoy nature.
My wife and I love Cannon Beach and although we've been here many times, this is the first via an RV. The camp ground is wonderful. We love all the trees and the pool and store. I have only one major gripe. The WiFi (Airwave) is the poor at best. Yes, I get it we're out enjoying the outdoors but I still work for a living so being in touch is Extremely important to me. Why do we need to log in every time we check our e-mail? Very inconvenient. Bathrooms are a little dated but clean. Easy walk to town or the beach. Easy on and off highway 101. Looking to a return trip.
Overall I do like this park, it is very clean with nice grass and young trees at every site. Cement drive through and picnic tables. I gave a down grade to 8 due to the location of the utilities and sewer dump. All are located next to each sites table. Not very appealing to me. Even our neighbor mentioned it. Nice trailers around to ride your bicycle and I think one of the best air and space museums (the Spruce Goose lives there) I've even seen just a short walk away. If you want to explore wineries I suggest you bring a car. Or take a taxi. Closest store is at least 5 miles away. If I come back this way again I would stay here.
This was our second long weekend here at Fidalgo Bay Resort. We live ~50 miles south on I-5. So it is a very nice comfortable place close to home. Staff was friendly, Wi-Fi was good, cable a bit snowy but no issue to me. The restrooms / showers were very clean. I gave it a 9 for a nice lone weekend place close to home but really, it isn't what I would call a RV "resort". I did enjoy our site right on the water. Great bike or walking trail to the small town of Anacortes. Great local shops and great restaurants. We will be back.