Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $46.00
This park is small with rough sites, a fair amount of road noise, but many nice shade trees. WiFi is available only at the shower house, but it worked well there. It is much more expensive than I think the amenities deserve, but it's right next to an entrance to Mt Rainier NP and as far as I could see, it was the best-kept park in the area, by far. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Motorhome.
A small, very wooded campground near the west entrance to Mt. Rainier. Only had one toilet and one shower for campground, which was the same location as the Wi-Fi hotspot. Sites were tight and close together but overall a quiet place to stay and convenient to the Park. Overpriced for what you get, but convenience may outweigh that for many. The owners were friendly, helpful and pet friendly. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very treeful park - dare I say there may be too many, in fact. There was rain on and off and it never stopped dripping from the trees. The host was a lovely man. It's easy to drive past the entrance - i.e., poorly signed. Handy for Mount Rainier - now we know why it's called that, ho ho. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $40.00
The location of this park on the western side of Mt. Rainier National Park is perfect for exploring the park. The campground is small with only 16 sites and has numerous cabins scattered throughout. Most sites are located under large trees making it very shaded and cool. Sites have little privacy, but most are deep. We had no trouble backing into our site. One small common enclosed area for the restroom, shower, and laundry. New owners took over in April and they are working on improvements. We would return here when we visit the park again. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
Quietish site 50 yards off main road. Narrow sites with great difficulty backing into them due to narrow roads and big trees. Nicely positioned for Mt Ranier N.P. WiFi exists but only really useable outside office. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
A perfect place to enjoy the woods and forests right outside entrance to Mt. Rainier NP. Wide site with lots of huge pine trees. Even when full, still had some room between sites (about 35' wide?). Enjoyed making campfires with good fire rings. Very small, cozy campground that delivers firewood to site. Sites border a circle that included a play ground, dog walk area and decent laundry room, Really added to our stay at this beautiful NP. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Motorhome.
One restroom and one shower for the whole park. We rarely had problems, but you never wanted to be in a hurry to get into either facility. Wi-Fi was fine. Range is a little limited and not all campsites have a connection without walking to the shower room (where the router is located). Sites 14-17 are very tight. I had 16 and could not put my awning out more than 4 feet (3 ft slideout was out). I asked to get another site but was told that someone else was coming. I'm not sure why that person was more important than me, but so be it. This park seems to be the best choice for a RV park in the area. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $35.00
Absolutely wonderful. It was one of the best campsites. Close to Mt. Rainier and set among big trees. The manager is very nice and helpful. We stayed in #17 which was the end spot and very private. Wi-Fi works well near the office in an area with nice chairs, tables, among the trees and moss and everything beautiful! No cell service but ok. We would definitely come here again. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $38.00
Nice, small and rustic campground. Pretty quiet beneath towering pines. A little pricey but there is not a lot to choose from in these parts. The camp ground is very convenient to Mt. Rainier, which is why we chose it. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The park is a mixture of RV's, cabins and tents. We would stay here again. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Motorhome.
This is our second time at Mounthaven, and we enjoyed it just as much this second time around. The hosts are incredibly friendly, helpful, welcoming and just plain wonderful folks. PERFECT location for visiting Mt. Rainier. The only very minor downside is no television (which we don't care about but for the fact that we were missing watching the Tour de France), and spotty internet. Highly recommend! We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $35.00
Peaceful and beautiful campground. Deer roam through the area. The trees are HUGE. Great location for visiting Mt. Rainier. If we get to come back to the area, we hope to stay here again. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $33.00
Beautiful location very near the entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park, with huge trees surrounding every site. Although the sites would normally be difficult to get into, the owner is an expert at assisting you in backing in. Spotless bathrooms and showers. Many walking paths, creeks, bridges on the property. We enjoyed this park as much as any we have stayed in. Verizon cell and air card don't work, but a short 5 mile drive into town gets you to the general store which has a cell phone repeater, and the park has Wi-Fi for internet. This could be a 10 except that the sites need paving or gravel to cut down on the dust or mud, depending on weather. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $38.00
Very nice park! The trees are fantastic and the sites were perfect for sitting out. The owners and host were very helpful and nice. Go there knowing you won't have cell phone service and no TV. We should all do without those items every once in a while. Get a nice book, sit out under the trees and enjoy! There is Wi-Fi at the office area that works very well. Just a short ride to Mt. Rainier and some of the most wonderful scenery. We recommend this place. Have fun!! We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful surroundings. Owners very nice and friendly. Clean. Well maintained. No cell service but Wi-Fi worked well. At the entrance to Mt Rainier Park. Nice cabins available. Kid and pet friendly. Wish we stayed longer. Our spot did not have sewer but was easy to dump near office. Beautiful vegetation and creeks. Large trees. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Travel Trailer.
This is a no frills campground. I have no idea why it’s called a Resort and don’t know why everyone else gave it such high reviews. It has NOTHING to offer. There’s no 50 amp, dirt roads and sites, no cell phone service, no cable, no satellite reception, no wireless except for the free Wi-Fi near the office, minimal sunlight, and no Sirius XM radio in the campground or in the NP. This is the only NP that we’ve been to that has pay phones for outgoing calls since there’s no cell phone reception throughout this NP. Trees are so dense and tall that no reception is possible anywhere. We needed to drive 6 miles to Ashford to get cell phone service. Make sure you gas up and get groceries before you arrive at this campground because there’s nothing here. The campground has one shower, one bathroom, one washer and one dryer and smells musty. The only two positives are that it has full hook-ups with only 30 amp; it’s about a half mile to Mount Rainier’s Nisqually entrance; owners are friendly; and allow campfires. Unfortunately, this is the only campground with full hook-ups in Ashford. We camped at Mounthaven Resort in a Fifth Wheel.