23 Parks near Belfair, Washington
Jun 2015 - $45.00
We had space T24 on the beach loop - 30 amp, water, and sewer. The temperature soared to 92 degrees the first day, but our AC worked fine on 30 amps (we're a 50 amp unit). The pull-through sites could be a little longer for today's rigs, but if everyone parks properly, things seem to fit okay. Friendly staff. - NotSoBadBob
Sep 2013 - $37.00
Nice scenery. Some of the pull-throughs are a little sharp for the bigger rigs, but most are okay. We arrived about 1/2 hour before check-in time and had no trouble getting right in. Ranger and staff were pleasant. We stayed in the Beach Loop at a pull-through site with 50 amp, water, and sewer. - NotSoBadBob
Jul 2011 - $35.00
The location of Belfair is great for visiting the Seattle area. The park itself is a wonderful park, and is well maintained. Very laid back, and I was impressed to see the volunteer workers cleaning campsites as soon as a camper left, prior to new arrivals. They do enforce the no check in before 2:30p, which was not a big deal. We are in a 40' MH /c 3 slides, and the spaces are limited for a rig our size, but there are several to choose from. If you don't need services, there are great sites without hookups that would easily fit our rig. The ferry terminal was a 30 minute drive, and we got to Seattle in 1 hr, shopped, and got back without any traffic hassle. Don't attempt to take your MH to the ferry terminal, parking is very limited. We left ours after checkout in the day use area and went on the ferry for the day. - red baron
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Old park, but new utilities, fencing etc. Sites on the "beach side" very narrow, but long enough. Mostly pull-thru's. Some large enough for big rigs. Didn't use but peeked into bathroom/shower & old but acceptably clean. $5 site & $100 view of the Hood Canal. Can pick your own oysters from the beach for a fee. Sites in the woods across the street had nice shade, but didn't check them out closely. We would certainly stay here again if the occasion arose. - gs2rt
Jul 2015 - $42.00
This is an old RV park. I read that there were new owners as of 2013. The office staff was eager to please. The grounds were not so pleasing. There are great views on the water side of the park, but the sites are very close. We pulled our awning in when our next-door neighbor arrived. We were here with a group, otherwise I wouldn't like to be so close to my neighbors. The club house was adequate. No a/c, old metal folding chairs, etc. Sites on the other side are larger and shaded. Some are pull-thrus on grass. Some are big, some small. Hard to predict what you'll get. Water side had new electric, sewer and water connections. Rental house was shabbier than 2 years ago per members of our group. The best thing about this place is how close to the water you can be if you choose, and how pleasant the staff was. Worse stuff was age and repair of structural things. You can tell that this used to be a really nice facility. Now--not so much. I hope the new owners can fix it up and make it worth $45/nite. They've got an uphill journey but I can see potential here. - LeeL
Jun 2014 - $45.00
Was never so let down in a place that the Website lied about. First of all the entire place was so run down, the grounds were unbelievably shabby compared to the others we stayed at around the area. All the sites had very old electrical outlets and the Wi Fi was never reliable, we were for ever talking to a Man who referred to himself as the "Manger" that was walking around behind a Wheel Chair. He explained that the place had only just changed ownership and that there were going to be amazing changes this summer to up grade the grounds. We were upset about the two Pit bulls that were tethered to some old boat moorings they challenged our little dogs every time we walked around the landing. One day one of the dogs broke the rope it was tied to and charged one of our Members, I said something to the Man who proclaimed to be the Manger about this and he informed our group that nothing would be done about it because the Owner of the R.V Park was good friends of the people who owned the two dogs. The other side of this Camp Ground is larger than the waterside but it is in worse shape by far, how can someone who owns a R.V Park charge the rates he does when the place is so beat up and run down. Next to the Office is a very old and run down Motor Home that has a smaller R.V parked along side with a very rusted top, ( it appeared to not run ) this place stank of decay and liqueur. The one trailer next to it was not as bad but it to was clearly beat up also, is this a R.V Park or Mobile Home Park for the Homeless?. We did how ever notice one single smaller older Trailer up front that the person clearly cares enough to place a nice little wooden fence around it. This so called Rest a While R.V Park really needs to not worry so much about renting the place out until the Owner steps up and up grades it. We will not be back and will be informing many other Groups about the poor condition of the place. - kara9
Jul 2016 - $40.00
We stayed in #8 for two nights. Recommend staying in rear of resort due to road noise. We slept good it was quiet. The hosts were very nice and helpful. There is a boat dock across street which we did not use. The hot tub room was nice after a long day of traveling and we did use it. I highly recommend this resort. - mcomeaux
May 2016 - $34.00
Well maintained and very clean. Beautiful clubhouse. Has a hot tub which looks out onto Hoods Canal. Sites are partially paved and fairly level. We were in a 21', so we had room to maneuver, site next to us (28) had a large motorhome and front jacks had to be extended. The sites are narrow, but wide enough for a narrow slideout and awning. Consider your neighbor when setting up. - Old RVer
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is an ok place to camp. There is a hotel also. This is a good place for people who like to crab, as there are boilers, plus BBQs provided by the park. Most of the RV places are pretty close together, but they are level and have hookups. Nice view of the Hood Canal if nobody is camping right next to you. I'd come here again. - LeeL
Dec 2014 - $15.00
We stayed here in a motorhome for several months (The monthly rate went up to $450 January 2015). It's a nice place with several of the RV spots on the water (next to the restaurant).
Level spots, most of good size. Good water, cable TV & good wifi (usually better than my Verizon with the booster).
The bathrooms are private with adequate hot water, but the showers cost 50 cents for five minutes. The laundry room had 2 sets of washer/dryer ($1.50 wash & $1 dry for 38min).
There is a restaurant across the street & a small dock in Spencer Lake for our use.
The owner is serious about the 5 mph speed limit.... I'd stay there again. - becida
Jun 2010 - $35.00
Located at 1111 E. Pickering Rd., N of Shelton on Hwy 3. Has good gravel interior roads, roomy, level, gravel and grass sites. Has very friendly owners: we were allowed to pick our site. Seems like 10 units lived here full time. Has excellent cable TV service. Lots of trees in the area, but nearby ones were trimmed high and did not interfere with slide outs or awnings. Was a clean and quiet RV park. Rained a lot when we were here, so very little outdoor activity noticed. Verizon worked well for phone and internet. - renodick
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Penrose Point is a beautiful state park with no hookups. Water spigots are available, and the dump station has potable water. The campground is heavily forested, which grants significant privacy for most campsites. Some of the turns are quite tight and branches can be low, so really big rigs may have a tough time navigating to their site. But, my 25' trailer and 20' truck were fine. The sites are moderately level. Bring some blocks. You will need them. Verizon service was good. Due to the many tall trees, satellite TV service is nearly impossible, and broadcast TV is limited to a few local religious channels. But don't spend your time watching TV! Get out and see the beauty of nature in the Pacific NW. There is no playground for the little ones, but a big grassy day use area is available with a smooth gravel beach which is very shallow and perfect for wading. This is an ideal park for kayaking. The hiking trails are extensive and lovely. This park is fairly remote, yet only 2 hours from downtown Seattle, 0nly 1 hour from Tacoma. A big grocery and several small restaurants are located about 20-25 minutes north of the park. The sites are gravel and dirt, with lots of moss mixed in. Campfire rings and picnic tables are at each site. Though I didn't see every campsite, I recommend avoiding site 50 - the trail to the bathrooms literally goes through the site. I camped in site 16 - a moderately sized pull-through. I was at Penrose on Labor Day weekend. My fellow campers were okay. On one side, two families were loud talkers, but generally fine. On the other side, two families that were quiet and hardly noticeable other than the occasional soft notes of strumming on guitar strings. Pretty typical for a state park on a holiday weekend. Kids on bikes were everywhere. Lots of dogs too. I would happily return to Penrose Point. - SeaTeacher
May 2015 - $28.00
This is an outstanding campground. There are no utilities in the campsites, but there is potable water and a RV dump station. The camp is located on the north end of the beautiful Hood Canal. During clear weather, the rocky beach has a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains. The campsites vary from private to very private. Our site was totally private and deep in the lush dappled sunlight of cedar and fir trees. There are two good playgrounds for kids. Many sites are small and somewhat uneven, but they work for small and moderate RVs. Pull-through sites would fit all but the largest bus type RVs. We were there on Memorial Day weekend, and the campground was full. Fellow campers were generally quiet, and all noise was done by 10 PM. I would happily return. - SeaTeacher
Aug 2016 - $42.00
We've stayed here before and knew pretty much what to expect. It's the only satisfactory park serving Tacoma, or points north such as Bremerton, on the Kitsap Peninsula. Same park, paved roads and gravel sites. The gravel is 2 1/2 inch-minus (large stones) and make walking around the site awkward, even with our Astroturf entry carpet. We had a large site, so I'm sure it was at a premium rate (their brochure and site map don't tell you which sites are 'premium' or 'super premium'). They filled in the pool, so we don't know how this ex-KOA can be called a resort. Water pressure was good and wifi useable. - The Hilts
Aug 2016 - $36.00
Gig Harbor RV Resort is a nice clean park in a lovely setting. The gravel sites are on a hillside surrounded by mature evergreen forest. Our water and electric site was reasonably level. The water pressure and electrical current were good. The WiFi was terrible. Most of the time I relied on my Verizon data account.
I don't really have any complaints about the park per say, however I do think that the use of the word "resort" is stretching things a little. There is no on-site food available. There is no swimming pool. In fact there were no "amenities" at all that we could find. These are just a few of the criteria I look for in a resort. Otherwise the nearby town of Gig Harbor is utterly charming and well worth a long stroll. Parking is very tight, so head to town early. We would probably stay here again. - Airstreamers
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This is a nice resort just outside the cute town of Gig Harbor. It is very neat and clean. The sites are carved into the hillside and and roomy length-wise, but all different sizes width-wise. Our site was very narrow, but we had a nice area behind the rig to put our chairs. All the sites are gravel although our gravel was golf ball size and hard on the pup's feet. I was careful when I walked, also, so I didn't turn my ankle. There is only one place to hook up the car or unhook it and that blocks the entrance to the resort. I would stay here again because it was very convenient. - RVerMJ
Jun 2016 - $48.00
The park has a view to die for. It is small, quiet and in a beautiful setting. No negatives, except that there is a (Resort Fee) imposed that offsets your Good Sam discount. - BMonk
Sep 2015 - $65.00
The park is right off the highway and pretty tricky to get in and out. The back end of our motorhome drug coming out of the park. This park isn't really meant for larger rv's and no where to park a tow vehicle. Small park with little privacy. But it is clean, friendly staff and nice rocky beach area. Beautiful views of the Hood Canal. - ckharvey
Jun 2015 - $75.00
This park has a very nice location if your site is not #3. We were 12 feet from US 101 with lots of traffic and construction noises, was next to the dog area and dumpsters and had a great water view until the owner filled in the overflow site in front of our space. Our neighbors were now parked at a 90 degree angle to our fron windshield. Most other sites were set up correctly with excellent views of Hood Canal. People were friendly. - TexasTomRV
Aug 2006 - $21.00
This is a small State Park in the Olympic National Forest system. There are 37 campsites, of which 18 are utility (30/50) sites, 17 are tent sites, and 2 are for bikers/hikers. This park does not take reservations, it's first come, first serve. It was August, mid-week (Wednesday), and I arrived around 11:00 AM. Campground was half-full, with only a few utility spots available. By Thursday, it was full (and kind of noisy!!!)! The camping spaces are "crammed" together. There are lots of trees for good shade, but you can still look out your window and wave to your neighboring camper. Some of the utility slots are back-in, and some are "half-circles" (try "bending" your RV around that slot!). If your RV is larger than 30 feet, you may not fit in any of the utility spaces, let alone trying to get into them! The driving road through the camping area is narrow and runs up and down hill in a circle with sharp curves. I had a back-in spot, but trying to back in was laborious. Fortunately, a very nice young boy from the neighboring camping spot offered to help me get in. The utility sites have an adequate place to pitch a tent next to your RV, and a fire-pit and picnic table. TV reception via antenna is adequate, not perfect, but adequate. There are hiking trails, and there is a beach across the highway. Next door to the park is a public RV resort with a laundromat, but I'm not sure if you're "allowed" to use the laundromat if you are staying at the State Park. I stayed two nights. If you leave your windows open while sleeping, you will hear the traffic on US Highway 101, even at 3:00 AM! - JJandCP
Aug 2016 - $20.00
This is an Elks members park.
The grounds are beautiful! It was quiet and peaceful here, we ended up extending our stay.
Water and 30 amp only.
Free dump at the fairgrounds about 3 miles away (hard to find).
Be sure you follow directions carefully to the lodge... Pine RD NE.
The ferry from Bremerton to Seattle is about 8 miles away, but easy access.
We would stay again. - Edwards-JV
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Nice location, gravel surface, sites not too spacious but we had no one on either side of us for the 3 nights we stayed there. A couple of non-Elks groups used the picnic facilities adjacent to the RV parking but they were gone by dark. Friendly staff in lodge. Water and electric at site but no dump. Couldn't get level on Site #9 so chose #8 instead. - RVtravelers2
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Beautiful location and views. Campsites adequate with nice park area. Restrooms were clean. - hbcamper