Date of Stay: August, 2014
I was surprised to see some of the lower recent reviews. We had stayed at this park a few years ago and feared it had gone downhill. We did not find this to be the case at all. Long pull-through level sites with grass and picnic tables. Yes, some of the grass is brown, but I was pleased they are conserving water. Very close to wine tasting. We would definitely stay here again. We have a 43 ft rig.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
Please do yourself a favor if you plan on visiting this area. Make advance reservations at another campground. We did not, so we ended up here. $46.00 to park on grass, squeezed in between 2 other motorhomes. Hardly enough room for a slide. The restrooms were filthy. I went right after they were supposedly cleaned, and it was so bad that I turned right around and went out. One of the worst places we have stayed considering the price.
Date of Stay: June, 2011
I chose this park based on recent reviews and it seemed like I was in a different park. The office and market were filthy as were the bathrooms and showers, among the worst I have experienced. Our site was by the side of the road, big potholes, mud, dirt and lots of cottonweed everywhere. Even if we wanted to sit outside in the dirt, our picnic table was broken. I would not stay there again.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
We really enjoyed our stay here. A small, friendly, extremely well maintained park. Very nice hosts and the women's bathroom was like being in a guest bathroom, beautifully decorated with a lavender theme and spotless. It is a good base for sights in Port Townsend, Port Angeles and Olympic National Park. Sequim is a very nice town, even has a Costco. The host provides dog sitting which meant we were able to take the ferry and spend the entire day in Victoria. We would definitely stay here again!
Date of Stay: August, 2010
We were very disappointed with this park. There was a huge pile of excrement next to our sewer dump and the entire "park" was very unkempt. I was afraid to go into the bathroom, and when I did try, the door was locked: we were never given a key. To make it worse, it was 100 degrees and we only had 30 amp. There aren't many park options for big rigs: but would not recommend staying here. There was another RV park about 7 miles down the road that looked much nicer. Rate reflects Passport America.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
This is a beautiful family-owned park. It's extremely well maintained with large grassy sites. Great place to relax. Lots of dirt trails behind the park for hiking or riding a mountain bike. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
The staff was friendly and I liked that they had a gas station. However, the rate was too high as there is little to do in the area. The worst problem was the mosquitoes. There were hundreds of them on the door our our RV and all over our car. We hated to even go outside. I would not stay there again. The next day we drove about 80 miles and stayed at a beautiful park in Crescent: Big Pines RV Park.