1 Park near Bothell, Washington
Jun 2015 - $44.00
Park is very nicely maintained. It is completely surrounded by very large trees. The spaces are situated around a series of ponds in the park so that most sites are back-in to the ponds. Many trees throughout the park along with hedge rows at most spaces used as a privacy curtain. All are nicely trimmed with no impact on rigs. Roads are paved and sites are pavement or concrete. Sites vary in length and width with some being a little tight. Grass between spaces. It appears the majority of sites are occupied by permanents but are very nicely kept up, however most of them have two vehicles so the park can feel cramped in the evenings and weekends. Wi-Fi is free but we had difficulty connecting. Verizon service is weak, so data was slow. The offer cable but we were able to use satellite. Most sites are satellite friendly, but make sure to request it when reserving. Very near everything in the town of Bothell and close to a Park and Ride for the express bus to downtown Seattle. Very nice place to stay when in the Seattle area. - mcharland
Jun 2015 - $44.00
Pros: Very nice park. Friendly staff. Sites are somewhat close, however a hedge between them, makes for mostly private.
Cons: Our site #50 and ones near us were quite unlevel. We chose not to be completely level as our front wheels would have been completely off of the ground as the rigs near us were. Wi-Fi, although says it is free, is through TengoInternet and only 1 hour per 24 hr period is free. - vwbluestar
Apr 2015 - $44.00
We make an annual visit to this park. It is the only park near the north end of the lake.... "Lake" Pleasant is just that. Quiet, peaceful, friendly, and well maintained... Even has a pitch and put golf course.. While the 'lake' is little more than duck pond to many people, I challenge you find a more relaxing park in the area. We will be back....
Campfires are not allowed... This was once a peat bog, and if a fire were to start, could burn for many years. Speed limit is 8.5 mph... pretty easy to remember.. Dog friendly. - Bob Nelson