The original Thousand Trails preserve, Chehalis RV Camping has spectacular views of Mount Rainier from one side and Mount St Helens from the other side. A 300-acre Puget Sound RV campground , the preserve offers private campsites amid a forest of maple, alder, and Douglas fir trees.
Come visit Chehalis RV Camping where the umbrella of trees line the roadways to your camping sites, and lush green ferns will take your breath away. This Puget Sound RV campground is the ultimate in camping experiences: lots of amenities, beautiful hiking trails, and local area attractions that will certainly keep you entertained. Spectacular views of Mt Rainier from a Puget Sound RV campground Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Chehalis RV & Camping Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
Thousand Trails Chehalis We stay two nights from August 31st through September 2, 2019 in campsite H43, the price was$o.oo due to our Thousand Trails membership. Our site has electricity and water hook up. The site was level and has plenty of ripe blackberries for picking.
The campground is at an elevation of 150 ft. Access to the campground was right off Centralia Alpha Rd, our 28 ft travel trailer easily fit with room to spare in our site. Once we entering the campground, the pavement turns to hard-packed gravel as we looped around once to find our campsite. Weather was sunny upper 70's, the nights low 60's.
This is a very quiet campground, activities we found at the campground to keep busy was billiards, two lodges, and two pools, Bingo was being played in one of the lodges. The campground has free showers, plenty of hot water and not more than a minute walk from our campsite.
My wife and I enjoyed the campground, we will be back the next time we want to go to Mt. Rainier or Mt. St. Helens.
Kids are helping review campgrounds we visited this summer. They loved that there was scavenger hunts for pigs in morning, tractor rides in afternoon, face painting, slushees, movie in lodge, crafts, slushees, a great store, basketball court, pools and overall, the experience was phenomenal! It’s kept clean and we loved it.
An RV resort is not my typical go to place for camping, but a friend and I were heading back from the Oregon coast and wanted a place to park my Jeep so we could sleep in the roof top tent! This place was great for it, and really had all of the amenities.
First of all the place is HUGE, not exaggerating. pretty sure you could get lost in there if you ventured too far. they also don’t really monitor you much once you check in. We paid, then they let us drive around until we found a spot to our liking. They have RV hookups and everything, but they also have primitive camping sites for tents with river access.
The bathrooms were super clean, and they also have a pool, some sort of family recreation center, basketball courts, etc.
Everyone we met was super nice, and the spot we chose had plenty of tree coverage for privacy. If youre looking for a place with plenty to do for the kids and comfy accommodations for you, this Is your spot!
First off, this is a Thousand Trails campground (like a camping time-share), so we were able to go for free, which is of course great. Good sized pads, wasn't very crowded since they'd just re-opened after having some water issues. Swimming pool, mini golf course, and trails to explore. The campground facilities have seen better days and feel like they're stuck in the 1980s. But the kids didn't mind that half the mini golf course was falling down….in fact they kind of liked it that way, so overall we had a good time despite the lack of updates.