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Most RV sites are very narrow, but location is a short drive to Seattle.
Nice location conveniently located near the Marina, close to everything.
Premium sites are double wide and have a spot to park your RV AND Vehicle. Discount for Good Sam Club members.
Premium Sites $55 before discount (back-in only) Pull-through Sites $55 before discount Regular Back-in…
Beautiful location! Historically very cool too!
Beautiful tall semi old growth trees everywhere. The 15 sites are well maintained and form two loops around three portapotties. There appear to be other bathrooms but they were locked up. This place is the definition of a shady spot for pigmentally challenged white boys like me. There are a…
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Had a great time here. Nice private camp site, short walk to the river. Dipped our legs in after hiking. Restrooms were okay, by the last day they were a bit ripe, but hey...its a bathroom. Definitely plan going here again.
This is a beautiful campsite tucked into old growth Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar. It's dark and cool. The sites feel secluded because of the trees, but they are really pretty close to each other. Most sites look suitable for tents, but the pull-outs for most are pretty short and not level. …
We stayed on a Sunday night, arrived when there was only 3 tent sites remaining. The campground is right at the ferry dock so you will get that early morning fog horn. Easy walk up the hill to the fort. We had a bald Eagle in the morning which was awesome. The restrooms are very clean. Showers are…
RV & trailers with helpful park rangers. We arrived same day and found spots to park our 30’ RV. Water and power with waste at central spot. Padilla Bay is dramatic and quiet morning and evening, a short walk away. Lots of kids and great for them to finally play together in the common field.
Camano Island State Park was a great campground so close to Seattle. We stayed in site 24 with friends on either side of us. The campsites were roomy with enough separation from our neighbors. Though 24 and 37 (I think) may have been a little close if it weren’t our friends. Some sites on the other…
We didn’t have a reservation, but lucked out on a great site. All sites have a calendar posted with reservation dates listed. First come first serve is available for any not reserved that night. There’s a self serve pay station where it’s east to pay using card or cash. Super close to the Ferry…
Another great campground in Olympic National park. This was close to hurricane ridge and port anglers. Great location between city and nature. Got a spot here the same day as camping. We
Nice little campground with most sites fairly private. Water pump was not in order for pur visit but not a big deal. Good hiking in the area and road in was in good shape. That made for easy access to other nearby rec areas. No good creek access from in the campground but the icy waters were…
Lots of hiking and beach access,but no camping. A big windstorm acouple years back made it tree unsafe.
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Very clean and well cared for. Beach a bit small for volume of users. It is also a rock based beach. Pretty views. Nice trails