Date of Stay:
September, 2015 -
I have not stayed here before and was amazed at the dog problem they have here. This was the worst RV park concerning dog issues that we have been in, in our 6 years of full timing. We could not even get out of our RV on some days because of the dogs all over the park. Some people would tye there dogs to their rigs using a 30-40 foot leash! I ever saw anyone from the office come out and make sure that people were observing the leash laws. There is a leash rule/law in both the park and in Port Townsend but here in the RV park no one seems to make sure the rules are followed. The town area is much better but not perfect either. We had paid for a week but left after 4 days. This could be a great park if people were required to keep their dogs on a short leash. We will never stay here again. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
Port Townsend is a fun town to visit and the Saturday farmers market is great and more-so since they do not allow dogs in the market any longer.
Date of Stay:
August, 2015 -
I found this park to be about half full of local residents. The daily rate here is way too high for this park. The WiFi here is up and down all the time as it is in a lot of rv parks. Some of the local park residents had large pit-bull type dogs that were very aggressive towards people. One local resident would come and go with his car boom box blasting away all the time. Complaining to management does no good as the local residents are the ones who support this park for 10 months of the year. I worried a lot about leaving anything in my car overnight as there were strange people walking around the area all the time, some from the rv park. I used the laundry here once and had to take my cloths to a local laundry to get the bad smell out of them, probably due to people washing all their dog items in this parks laundry all the time. I will never stay at this park again. We camped at Sand Castle RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
July, 2015 -
I gave this park a high rating for a couple of reasons. They only allow one dog per RV in the park and also limit the number of total dogs they allow in the park. They are very adamant about keeping your dog on a leash and cleaning up after it. Dog problems have gotten so bad in some RV parks that it is nice to find one that tries to control dog issues. The other reason is that this park has their quiet hours from 8pm to 8am and they do not tolerate any noisy people during those hours. I love this park and will stay here every year. We camped at Pegg's Adult RV Park (55+ park) in a Motorhome.
The beach is a short walk away.