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Review Count: 2
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $38.00
We asked for a larger space with cabana and were told none were available for the time we were staying - there were at least 7 open during our entire stay. Our grandchildren visited us for a few hours, so we had to park our truck in spaces by the office, only to get a nasty note that it was for only 1 hour parking. TV/cable reception and selection are awful. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 29
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $62.00
The waterfront sites have a nice 3/4 few, only the refinery on the right side spoil the last 1/4.
The wifi signal was good but the low speed make it useless, Wochenende used our cell phone as a hotspot.
The AT&T signal was 3 bars LTE on my iPhone. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 23
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $62.00
This was our 4th time here. We have always had waterfront spots. They are the best, We probably would not come if we were not waterfront. Sunny and open, gravel surface with a picnic table.
The off waterfront spots are OK if you are near the Bay. The spots up in the "Ghetto" are not all that great. We made our reservation over one year in advance. We found out when we left the waterfront is completely booked for August 2017. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Anacortes is a wonderful town and the Skagit Valley area offers much to do.
Review Count: 139
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 17
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $54.00
When coming onto the island, take Spur 20 and the Fidelgo Bay road. Road is narrow, and there is a section that is not very good. Main internal road is paved, but roads leading to sites and the sites themselves are gravel but pretty level. There was some dust. This is a two part resort. The original part is adjacent to the water (there is a refinery across the bay) and has a gravel beach. The clubhouse is in this area. The second area is closer to the main entrance. Best sites, if you cannot get on the water, are the east facing pull in sites in the older part since you are looking at a green belt. The green belt contains the Thompson bike and walking path that runs about 5 miles total and its about 2.5 miles into town. Staff was great; very helpful with directions and suggestions. This park is about 10 minutes from downtown Anacordes. No off leash dog park, but there is a large grassy area to walk them, and you can walk them along the Thompson trail (but watch for the herds of rabbits and feral cats if you dogs will chase them). Utilities were good. Wifi was strong and cable was clear. We would stay here again. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Try the Rockfish Pub downtown for supper. Its busy, get there around 5 pm. Used Island Adventures for a whale watching tour & it was very good. Don't worry about the refinery - it does not stink and at night the lights look quite nice. If you end up with a chip on the windshield from all the construction on the roads in WA, try Novus glass repair. They are on island. Take a couple of days and drive thru the islands and try the ferries.
Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: August, 2016 - $46.00
This park is right on the water and close to town. The Wi-Fi worked great as did the cable. The park has several waterfront spots with beautiful views. The rest of the park is just a row back from the water. The staff is friendly and helpful. The spots were long enough and wide enough for our 43' coach with 4 slide outs, and the tow car. I would not hesitate to come back to this place and stay longer. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
There is a ferry just up the road that goes to the San Juan Islands. There are parks and towns to explore so you never run out of things to do.
Review Count: 196
States Visited: 33
Helpful Reviews: 43
Date of Stay: August, 2016 - $50.00
We have been here before and they did not disappoint us. Personnel are very friendly and helpful upon arrival. Sites are clean & well kept. We prefer site 113 which is a pull in over the waterfront lots as it has more privacy and a little sitting area under the trees. We have a water view as well. The location is very good for exploring the area. Biking trail is a few yards away. Reservations are easily made on line and include choosing your site. Good 50 amps. Very big rig friendly with wide driveways and no obstructions. If you are lucky you will see a bald eagle. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 168
States Visited: 31
Helpful Reviews: 12
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $34.00
We stayed here twice within a short time before and after taking the ferry to Canada. The staff in the office is extremely friendly. We got there early and our space was still full. No problem...they found us another spot. We had back-ins both times and they were easy to get into with our 40 ft rig. Site was level and gravel. We would definitely say here again. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Great location for taking the ferry from Anacortes, especially an early one. Cute downtown with shops and restaurants.
Review Count: 67
States Visited: 11
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $60.00
Front row "on the water" are forward pull in for motorhomes with utilities on the drivers side. Excellent sites. The rest of the park is just so so. Pretty tight and no view. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Quick 5 minute ferry to Guemes Island worth the $10
Review Count: 701
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 51
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $51.00
It has probably been over 10 years since our last stay here. This is a destination RV park with mostly extended stay customers. The best sites are reserved well in advance (usually for long of stays). Reservations are a must here during the summer season. We were lucky to get in for just one weeknight with a few days notice. There are a great variety of sites based on whether they are back in, pull in, or pull through, where they are located in the park (whether east or west), and waterfront. Mt. Baker can be seen easily from the waterfront sites. I believe all sites are FHU with cable TV. There are also 7 chalet type cabins Like many RV parks now, their WIFI worked fine until dark. Because of the tides, their waterfront areas are either a rocky beach or a tidal mud flat at low tide. The office is at the entrance to the park with a laundry room and bath facilities across from that. There is a second bathhouse as you enter the east section and more bathroom facilities in the large, impressive clubhouse by the "beach". This building also has an exercise room, a game room, and a very nice lounge. The east side has a playground, horseshoe pits, and a cover BBQ area. We had a fairly level, gravel, back in, FHU site at the entry to the east side. Our site (as many are) was satellite friendly. There are recycling bins throughout the park that take most of the normally recyclable items - paper, glass, plastic, and aluminum. The staff I dealt with were friendly and helpful. The cost is the main negative for this park. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 68
States Visited: 11
Helpful Reviews: 11
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $46.00
Staff at reception were very helpful and recommended a site with a water view. Well maintained property with grass between sites. We stayed here 15 years ago and I would stay here again. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Close drive to Anacortes, LA Conner and Deception Pass.
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $68.00
Back again for some R, n, R. We had a protest around refinery this weekend. Staff made sure park was secure all weekend. Thank you very much Fidalgo Staff.
Nice leisure walk to Saturday Farmers Market. Not a lot of produce this early season. Still a great Saturday activity in Anacortes. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 4
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $63.00
Although Anacortes is a beautiful area, this park that is owned by the Sammish Tribe has gone down a little in the 6 years we have been coming here. WiFi is spotty and we were right next to an antenna. TV system needs upgraded--some local channels out for a month, others for days, others coming and going. Water coming out of the faucet you hook up to rusty in color. Was more sewer smell that in past years. They did a lot of weed spraying and with kids and dogs around was this a good idea? Rates keep raising and no improvement for the RVers. We paid $850.00 plus electricity for the month. Was there 3 months and left, never to return. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2016 - $43.00
Last minute decision, quick call, asked for beach front, see you tomorrow.
Was the first trip out this season (was to be next) Site 1, price reflects early season, beach site. Just 6 of us, out of 70+ in east park area. 10 reflect season opener, awesome friendly staff, and we had the whole park to ourselves. Will return later spring. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Town of Edison.
Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $48.00
Was our last trip of the season, not crowded, wifi was easier when needed with less people, on the water sites open, but a premium price, decorations for Halloween was great, rained, but gravel pads help a lot with mud, and puddles, fun watching high tides, staff always nice, goodtime of year, with colors, Holiday market first weekend in November in town. Be back in Spring. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Motorhome.
Walk to town for exercise.
Review Count: 15
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $37.00
Having stayed here a few years ago we knew what to expect so we're not disappointed. Sites are on gravel pads with the power post with water and cable at both ends of the pad making hook ups easy. Sewer connection is central but lacks a screw in fitting and relies on the weight on the steel lid to hold everything in place. Fairly close together with weathered picnic tables. Cable and wifi was okay, but did notice drops on wifi occasionally. The best ocean sites are reserved for class a motor homes which is a disappointment. The town of Anacortes close by with a couple of grocery stores. We camped at Fidalgo Bay Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Buy your fuel at the Casino just down the road, it is the cheapest in the area.
Close walk to town, or a bicycle adventure.NXTSTOP • February 2015
Bike ride into Anacortes. You are also handy to the ferries, Deception Pass, the Tulip festivals and gambling at the Casino. Lots of options if you want to look for them.sirpurr • May 2015
Very close to explore Anacortes, Whitby Island and Deception passNorth America in 90 days • June 2015
Adrift Restaurant downtown Anacortes on Commercial Street. Delicious food, fresh H\halibut and seafood.Campground Reviewers • July 2015
Bring a bike and a kayak or canoe. The nearby town of Anacortes has just about everything you need if you left it at home or are running low. With two large groceries, lots of interesting restaurants, excellent hardware stores, and an eclectic blend of art studios, fashion boutiques, bookstores, antique shops, and marine stores, Anacortes has a lot to offer.Celtic Safari • July 2015
Safeway in town for groceries; excellent produce. Secret Cove Restaurant for excellent crab sandwich. Island Adventures whale watching was excellent; so worth the price. Lots of state parks to explore nearby. Hong Kong Garden for excellent Chinese food.johnanann • August 2015
Mentioned earlier.rickimcm • August 2015
Not far from the San Juan island and a ferry to take you there. Plus many hiking areas near by.deee2 • August 2015
Buy your fuel at the Casino just down the road, it is the cheapest in the area.Semiretired • October 2015
Go to nearby La Connor for pan fried oysters and quaint shoppingFred M • October 2015
Walk to town for exercise.NXTSTOP • November 2015
All kinds of things to do in and around Anacortes. Take the ferry to any of San Juan islands for a day. Drive and take ferry to Port Townsend. Explore Widby Island.DennisA • December 2015
Town of Edison.NXTSTOP • February 2016
Close drive to Anacortes, LA Conner and Deception Pass.Thedogsma • May 2016
Great location for taking the ferry from Anacortes, especially an early one. Cute downtown with shops and restaurants.Danni • July 2016
Quick 5 minute ferry to Guemes Island worth the $10Kirt • July 2016
There is a ferry just up the road that goes to the San Juan Islands. There are parks and towns to explore so you never run out of things to do.2travelers3 • August 2016
Anacortes is a wonderful town and the Skagit Valley area offers much to do.RPFawcett • September 2016
Try the Rockfish Pub downtown for supper. Its busy, get there around 5 pm. Used Island Adventures for a whale watching tour & it was very good. Don't worry about the refinery - it does not stink and at night the lights look quite nice. If you end up with a chip on the windshield from all the construction on the roads in WA, try Novus glass repair. They are on island. Take a couple of days and drive thru the islands and try the ferries.okdiver • September 2016
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