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Plenty of FHU sites and loads of camping sites. There are 11 cabins and 3 Platform Tents - combined with RV and tent sites - all of which must be reserved online. Restrooms and Outhouses are numerous and dispersed throughout. Pay Showers ($.50 token) are in central Restrooms. Only 1 shower per Restroom. A new large central facility is under construction. Hiking trails and river access are accessible through the campground and Day Use area. RV sites are blacktop and level. Some sites have partial hookups w/o septic. Dump station is on site.
This is not a typical camping area. It is a private, non-profit, healing retreat focusing on wellness. It started out as a place for people recovering from cancer and their loved ones and healthcare providers. It recently opened to the public while still maintaining a focus on health and wellness.
There are four tent platforms in the woods that can be reserved, as well as a yurt that is also used for yoga and other activities. There are also cabin rentals. It's a beautiful location, and campers can also participate in yoga and meditation programs and wellness activities (for a fee). There are two labyrinths for relaxation and meditation, and also several trails and paths.
This is very much an RV park and not really a campground. Seems like a clean little park, but right in the middle of Lynnwood, so if you are looking for a rural setting this isn't for you.
They offer weekly and monthly rentals, so this is more of a long-term sort of place.
Website: Northsound RV Park
Requirements from their site:
- Your travel trailer must be year 2005 or newer
- Pet friendly(limit 2) not to exceed 25 lbs. Aggressive breed restrictions apply.
- No conversion vehicles - sorry van and bus life people
- No trailers larger than 35' long, ideally.
Oh my. Location and sites are great. River access, really beautiful.
Party central as campers must feel the road and train noise drown them out?
If you are going to camp here…choose the river side of camp. The wooded side is miserable…you basically will feel like a train is headed right through your camp every few hours…especially awesome for that good night's sleep!!
Cell service spotty at best.
All that being said if you are on your way through, or looking to access local trails and no other options..it will work.
The day use area, fishing dock and boating areas are phenomenal! Reserveable day use shelters, lots of picnic tables and BBQs for all. Also lots of open grassy /park areas that are great for games, picnic, etc.
Camp sites are a little close for comfort, but if planning with others and reserve to be neighbors it would work great! 3 small camp loops 2 have hooks ups, 3rd is tent loop, however the 2 spots near host also have hookups on tent loop. Clean and well kept, bathrooms are great and there are showers. Water spigots throughout camp.
T-mobile cell service worked at camp.
All in all a great weekend at the lake (as long as you have good neighbors LOL).
Great little campground if you want to head to the river!
Small open campground for dry camping. 14 sites, a few yurts, and lots of day use space. Short walk to beach on river. Great river floating, swimming etc. Some trails and a huge open field for play!!
Due to COVID bathrooms were closed, port-o- potties were in place, and badly needed serviced. T-mobile cell service was spotty at best.
On hot days can be busy, but a great time was had by all.
The name suits nicely for this RV Park in Bothell, WA. We stayed here for almost a month while visiting family in North Seattle. The grounds are quiet… truly silent… save for the many geese that call the lake in the center of the property their home. I mention the geese because they were the only disruptive part of our stay. Their squawks often woke us early in the morning or at random times throughout the night. We found it a rather amusing & charming feature, though if you’re a light sleeper, you may want ear plugs… we are their guests, not the other way around!
Wildlife aside, the park is laid out nicely, almost all spots are skirting the few small lakes/ponds on the property. Some spots are tighter than others and we watched a couple people spend some time backing in their rigs. We had a pull through and, while it wasn’t a huge amount of space, the trees between spots offered a really nice level of privacy.
The roadways are easy to navigate and lots of folks walk around the park roads. Many tenants are monthly, if not longer, and they seem to have an overflow area for folks waiting for a spot to open up. Around the perimeter of the park are short hiking trails through the trees — somewhat steep gravel trails that give you an added level of workout over laps around the park. If you’re looking for some extra miles, the walk/run to the Samammish River trail and/or Burke Gilman trail is less than 2 miles down the road (some sidewalk along the way) or you can drive and park near the trail entrance at Bothell Landing.
The park is across the street from a Safeway which was very convenient. Also very close to some excellent restaurants in Bothell. They offer propane for sale on site and their laundry room is very well kept and only $1 each for the washer and dryer! They also have a small visitor information center stocked with area brochures on tourist spots and tours.
I found the grounds to be nicely maintained, and staff to be very friendly. We will certainly come back for all future visits to our family. Thanks for the Pleasant stay!
Overall, beautiful campground. You can hear the river from any site, and it is a force to be reckoned with. Lovely views on the way of Lake Cushman and the local old-growth forests. We popped a tire and had to change it on the way due to the poor conditions of the road, so be aware of that and always have a spare! It's FCFS and the sites were almost all vacant so we had lots of choices. Our site had a natural canopy from the trees over the firepit which was great because it drizzled pretty constantly throughout the visit. Dog and kid friendly, though no dogs on the Staircase Rapids and Shady Trails (bummer). The nearest store was the Hoodsport general store and that had anything you could possibly need. Generally the campsite and surrounding area was a great place to connect with nature and experience all the elements in tandem! We'll definitely have to visit again!