2 Parks near Bellevue, Washington
Jun 2015 - $39.00
Stayed in this parking lot due to proximity to Seattle. Spaces are tight, rough, cracked asphalt. Not much shade. Swimming pool was out of commission when we were there. As in most parks, lots of long term residents.
There is a dog walk with grass and pickup bags available but not everyone bothers to pick up after their dog.
The park is very convenient to Seattle. - Go often
May 2015 - $52.00
I wish I had stayed in a parking lot. Too small, too tight, not friendly, slides almost touch. Mostly long-term residents with much debris. My dog would not even walk on the grass in the dog area because of the feces. One owners pit (friendly, thank goodness) was let loose and charged me and my little dog. Find a Walmart, etc. - slowspokes
Oct 2014 - $50.00
Primarily permanent residents. Very rundown looking. Sewer access infringed on neighboring sites. Very noise highway outside gate. Only positive is close proximity to Seattle area. WiFi was too slow to use. - User3508
Oct 2014 - $35.00
The campground is $35 per night or $180 per week. It is very quiet, beautifully situated on the lake. In the office, very friendly employees. For visitors to the city of Seattle, the location is ideal. However, you need a vehicle (Towing-Car). The wifi is extremely fast. We felt very comfortable here and would definitely come back. - usa
Aug 2011 - $25.00
We did some research about this park before we left, and in short if you know to expect: a good proximity to Seattle and tight spots, you'll find an enjoyable good deal. The Park was full when we got there, and our arrogant neighbors parked/setuptent over the site boundaries so we hardly had enough room to pull in, never mind set up the awning. The tight fit made it too loud to use the water pump at night in consideration of the neighbors. There is in fact WiFi, you have to ask for it, and the network is so far from the campsites that connectivity is nil, but you could probably walk within better range. The lake front property is beautiful, well maintained and sprawling. There is actually no sense why there are so few sites and why the sites are sooooo sardined. Most all sites are not parallel to the lake. The staff seem nice and helpful enough, and they keep close watch on the gate which is open/guarded from 9a-8p. In/out after hours is fine but you have to let yourself in (easy enough). I think because of that the park users shut down early, and the nights and mornings are quiet. What a bonus. Dogs are allowed, (at the time guests let them them bark endlessly). Dogs are not allowed on the beach, and there is a great large off-leash fenced in area across the cross-walked street. I don't know about sani-hook-up sites, but there was a free clean sani-station with easy water access. There is coin laundry. Also there were functions held on the property when we were there, we are not sure if they were private or not. It is beautiful, accommodating, and peaceful. Just manage your expectations of this resort, and the smaller your set up the better. - wundurgrrl
Oct 2010 - $25.00
Only half of the sites are full hookup; we got just a W/E site. Fine by us, only issue was when dumping at the end of our stay, the dump station is on the wrong side if you are following their 1-way road. So we had to break that rule. Sites were on nice grass near a lake, and within a nice neighborhood. The staff also does a good job of keeping it clean. There are 1 or 2 longterm residents. It looked like it could be a fun place to play in the summer (water slides and volleyball) It wasn't crowded for us, but if they happen to fill up it could be a little tight. The park it right along a semi-busy road, making walking the dog around the area a little worrisome, and pulling out a leap of faith. Overall, the price and proximity to downtown (15 minutes if traffic is light) make it a great choice if you are visiting Seattle. - youngtexasrv