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570 Reviews of 126 Rodena Beach, Washington Campgrounds

Kristian W.
Reviewed Jun. 15, 2021

Two thumbs up!

Our second time taking the new RV out and this was a great place to take it!  Friendly staff, fun game room, nice grounds to roam around on.  The kids had a great time!

Month of VisitJune
JThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 14, 2021

WW1 Mortor Bunkers, Beach, Kayaks, plenty of Trails!

Great WA State Park located on Marrowstone Island in Port Hadlock WA.
47 dry camping and smaller trailer camp sites in Upper Camp area with 68 FHU sites in Lower Camp area on Port Townsend Bay.
With pre-Covid recreation sites for Kayaking, boating, scuba diving, paragliding and fishing - this…

  • Fort Flagler State Park
  • Entry area
SiteSite 91. Sites 48 to 92 are partially wooded with the remainder of RV sites being open are pull-thru or back-in.
Month of VisitJuly
Tonya D.
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

Rasar State Park

We stayed in Elk Camp, group sites for RV and tent camping. The spaces were quiet and somewhat private. The showers/bathrooms were clean. Very well kept areas. The hiking trails were great, with access to the Skagit River, and beautiful views!

  • On the trails to the River
  • Skagit River
  • Elk Camp group site
SiteElk Camp
Month of VisitJuly
Ashley V.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

Right on the river

Site was clean well maintained. Easy access to the river. There is no plumbed water on site but there are a couple of vault toilets and dumpsters available. If following google maps it may have you drive past the entrance, but there is a turn around once you realized you missed it.

Site10,11,13
Month of VisitJuly
Jim
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

High priced

This park is now being run by the Port of Skagit. They could do much better. There are about 5 or 6 newer pull through that are good size. The remainder of the sites are small. The place is run down with dry grass. The only good thing is that it’s within walking distance of downtown LaConner and…

Site66
Month of VisitJuly
Katie L.
Reviewed Jun. 11, 2021

Great state park

We car camped with our three kids for a few nights. It was like most state parks, so not super private or remote - but it was a good state park. The tend sites are wooded and private. Showers were cold. We walked down to the beach to clam for dinner, which was a neat experience for the kids.

SiteC110
Month of VisitJuly
P
Reviewed Jun. 8, 2021

Friendly, quiet, great location

We've now stayed at this campground twice.  It's a bit unique as half the sites are KOA and half are Thousand Trails, but both sections are serene, well maintained, and peaceful.  We use this campground as a jumping off point for kayaking adventures into the North Cascades.

aidan L.
Reviewed Jun. 7, 2021

Fantastic and very spacious

This camp ground had a lot spaces available all with the usual hookups. Felt safe the whole night. This camp ground is also well lit.

Month of VisitJuly
MThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 7, 2021

Great state park

Stayed both on tent side and hookup side. Well maintained, clean facilities. Ice cream truck makes the rounds every day. Good use of greenery to keep sites separated, and easy access to the beach from the whole park.

Site127
Month of VisitJuly
D
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Very nice smaller park

RV sites 1, 2, 4, 9, and 11 will be easier to back in to. The other full hook up sites are 90° approaches. Very nice park for playground and a very nice venue building. A lot of picnic tables in the open and in the shade of trees.
Small rocky beach only accessable when the is not to…

SiteFull hookup sites.
Month of VisitJune
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Walking distance to the beach

This is one of two campgrounds at Fort Worden, which I find slightly less preferable to the lower (beach) campground. It is a close second though, since it's an easy walk to the beach, and actually offers a nice wooded location. The sites are pretty close together, so you don't get a lot of…

Month of VisitJune
Annie C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 31, 2021

Kayak camping

This is a non-motorized water vehicle campground. You have to paddle in to camp here. There are two sides to the campground, separated by a marshy area. We camped in a couple of sites at Prevost Harbor(we were a large group of 12) after hauling our kayaks up into the grass in expectation of a high…

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Month of VisitAugust
KThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 29, 2021

Lovely spot

This place had great communication, great hosts, a very clean bathroom and laundry. Awesome club house too! You can tell it’s a lot of long timers, and the place is pretty small. So I felt like I was annoying my neighbors every time I walked to the club house or shut the door. But other then that…

Site15
Month of VisitJune
Silas The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 28, 2021

Nice campground with clam and oyster beds.

Right on the river on one side of the freeway, and hood canal on the other. Has some road noise for sure. Good hiking.

Month of VisitFebruary
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 25, 2021

Overlooked Opportunity

This nice little campground probably gets overlooked by people heading to Port Townsend or Marrowstone Island, but it’s well worth consideration. There are sites in the woods that are preferable to the more open sites near the day use area, which are very close together. The sites in the wooded…

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Month of VisitJune

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