Date of Stay: October, 2015
This park is great if you like golfing. It is right on the 18 hole golf course. The sites are gravel and sloped down in front. A large MH will need wood ,blocks under the front tires to get level on most sites. Hook up in rear needs a long power line.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
We have stayed here numerous times and we always enjoy the view, especially in the first 15 spot facing the bay. Anacortes has good restaurants and many sights to visit. The park is on a narrow, bumpy road. The clubhouse is large and modern. Excellent for large group gatherings.
Date of Stay: April, 2011
I wish all RV parks would be like Seven Feathers! From the friendly reception, to the pilot guiding you to your pad, to the park-like setting: we look forward to our stay here every time. The park is dog friendly and is extremely well thought out with two hook up locations on pull throughs, wide roads and easy access and exit to the freeway. The restaurants are accessible by shuttle, which stops at your lot by calling on CB or phone. I could go on and on but you get the point.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
We like the location of the park because it is close to the Freeway and a truck refueling station. What we don't like are the narrow pads, which have been widened recently, but are still too narrow. It requires walking on the dirt (or mud when it rains) with driver side slides extended. The hook ups are on the entry side of the pad, requiring a 30 foot sewer hose to connect when the tow car is connected to the car on a pull through. The lobby is nice with free coffee and merchandise for sale. The price for a night's stay is way too expensive for the offered features.