Based on monthly rate. Electric at 9cents per KWH. Park is very clean and well maintained. Streets and sites are paved and utilities are well positioned. Lake is for fishing only, no swimming. Easy access and no problem towing through the park. Cedar shrubs between sites. Staff is friendly and helpful. Office is open for service 7 days a week. A quiet park and a nice location. The rating reflects the lack of activities available in the park. There is a nice hiking trail around the park and a nice playground for kids.
We would return when in the area. - SilverBear
We feel this is a really nice park. Lots of greenery for being so close to a large city! Even trees planted in each site for privacy between rigs. First I can't help myself, I have to start off by replying to what some people consider negatives. If you are bothered by road noise, why are you 15 miles from a large city like Seattle? In a suburb? How do you expect there to NOT be any road noise? If this is your concern, stay farther from the city and drive. The road noise is surprisingly little especially deeper in the park than I would think for such an urban location. Didn't expect so much greenery, either! Also, yes it's a man made pond/lake, no you can't swim in it. So? It's very pretty. If ducks and geese bother you, I'm sorry, but why are you RVing? If you are woken up by every little noise, RV Parks are never going to be for you. :) I happen to like hearing the ducks, because I like nature and that's part of why I love this park. I can't speak to security/homeless people, I never saw any concerns in our 4 nights here but they may be going on. I felt the staff was very friendly and accommodating. My only downside, as almost everyone has said, is the lack of Internet. We work online and also have our travel blog and YouTube videos so it was a pain. Yes we can get it across the street at Safeway 24/7 which is great if you just need something in a pinch, but when I have to spend 2-3 hours online I would much rather be in my rug enjoying the RV park I am paying to stay in, rather than sitting at Safeway feeling like I could be at the Safeway at home. Overall we REALLY like this park - lush, green, pretty quiet, wildlife, nice large paved roads for daily walks plus some small hiking trails up around the park, convenient location in Bothell with Safeway open 24/7 across the street, lots of fast food and restaurants. In low traffic times, 20-30 minutes into Seattle, up to 2 hours in bad traffic. Laundry is cheap, machines worked well. Main bathrooms were VERY nice, could use more hooks for hanging things up and could be a little cleaner, but much better than most parks. The private bathrooms in the back were a bit dirtier and not as well maintained. We would definitely stay here again. We just really hope they get better Internet. :) - SpotTheScotts
The rate is based on a monthly stay at this park, the rate being available during the winter months, and does not include electricity. This is a lovely park. It is basically right in town, but is surrounded by trees, so you feel you're out in the country. Road noise is creeping in, though. I have stayed there several times over the past two years,; they are always full. The roads and sites are level, with pruned evergreens between each site for privacy. There are good walking trails up in the woods. The laundry is small for the number of sites. Several times I had to return for "my turn". It is managed by two couples, on alternating days, it seems. One couple is very nice and accommodating, the other couple seems put out if you have a request. I would definitely stay there again. - colorful duck