33 RV Parks near Chehalis, Washington
Aug 2016 - $13.00
This park is now on a reservation system which makes checking in a real headache. You can still use the iron ranger but you also are required to use the 'phone' at the entrance and check in again with the reservation 'service' even if you don't have a reservation. These people were completely ridiculous do deal with. When I was here for two days, there were only three campers in the entire campground. I love this park but may not return because of the unnecessary hassle checking in. - mockturtle
Aug 2014 - $10.00
Price reflects senior pass. If you don't need hookups or sewer dump and you like quiet forest glades, this is your park! Lovely park, well maintained. Some of the sites are a little tricky and not very level but there were a few good-sized rigs there. Mostly tent campers. Since it's not on the water, no jet skis or boat noise. Nice hiking trails. Definitely will return. - mockturtle
Aug 2013 - $21.00
We stayed here for an overnight stop on our way from Seattle to Bend. Several sites were available on Friday night at 9PM. There was a ranger patrolling during our arrival which was nice to see at such a small park. Really liked the dense tree cover, the day use area seemed nice and overall this seemed to be a great no-reservation park for a quick getaway or stop-over. - pokeyt
Sep 2013 - $28.00
The camping area is very tight and very gloomy with few level sites suitable for RVs. Sites are quite close together. There was no campground host nor any sign of staff. Self check-in. The park as a whole is quite pretty but very old, and the camping area is not its best feature. On a hot day in summer it would be a good place to escape the heat, as all the sites are thoroughly shaded. While I may choose to visit the day-use area again, I would probably not choose to camp here. - mockturtle
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Rate does not include the 10% Good Sam discount. An rv mini park right up against the green near the 9th hole of the golf course! Sounds like it ought to be quiet and peaceful. Well, not quite. A railroad track is nearby, a municipal airport is located on the other side of a levee, and cars occasionally roar by the small road parallel to the less than twenty-five full hookup, back-in sites. Full hookups along a stretch of concrete just beyond the gravel overflow parking area for the golf center. Trash cans located every few sites along the fence by the road. The adjacent site (#21) did not have a cover over the sewer opening but no smells emanated. Overheard another camper share that using sewer as dumping station could cause overflow, but is OK as periodic sewer system. No Wi-Fi. No showers or restrooms. No dump site. Meh tasting city water. We stayed a Friday and Saturday night for the convenience of location. The first night was tolerable but a wedding reception was held at the golf course club house on Saturday night and the speakers and pumping music played loudly past 10 pm made the evening far from peaceful. - rvYoungster16
Aug 2016 - $37.00
Nice Cement Pads, Great view of Golf Course out back windows,
VERY noisy; No Wi-Fi; No public restrooms or showers; No Trash; No Outside tables;
No Fire pits
For the price, it is easy to get to and nice view of course. But you are between small airport, trains, and NOISY gold course. One does not normally expect a Golf Course to be noisy. But this one hosts public events such as weddings and parties. Expect private outdoor events with load music to and past mid-night.
Some spots are longer than others.
Also very weird that only ONE 40 gallon trash can for 20+ RV spaces... So trash piles up quickly.
In short... seen much worse private parks... but this is just a place to park your RV and stay a night or two. Great if you want to Golf... otherwise nothing to do here. This is NOT a spot for "camping". - Oregon_Adventure
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Campgrounds this year have been busy. In town (Centralia) for a wedding, and finding a place close if not a campground I looked here. Clean, quiet, golf if you want, and nice course. Great place to stop overnight, or explore area. Next to regional airport, but no real noise. We were treated to the Goodyear Blimp parked out on tarmac till Saturday morning, pretty cool. Stores like they say close by. Cab service quick, cell service super, WI fi never checked. Remember this place has not tables, fire rings, showers, or restrooms. Self contained units only. - NXTSTOP
Jul 2017 - $20.00
I used to enjoy this park. Pleasant surroundings, right by the Newaukum River and shady sites. Excellent value at $20 for water and electric. But this is the last time for me. The place is full of tweakers [meth-heads] who are slobs, throw their trash in the bushes and, because they are high, walk back and forth [usually across my campsite] constantly. There are also a few [other?] homeless types but they are quiet and not a problem. Too bad. I guess there is no legal way to keep these druggies out. - mockturtle
Nov 2015 - $20.00
This is a bare bones city park: think state park. It's a lovely setting and access to I-5 is easy. If you like trains, it's great. If not, find another park. Most rigs were older and appeared to be "full time" residents, although the limit is 7 days. Lots of walking opportunities. We will stay here again. - Vista Queen
Sep 2013 - $15.00
This RV facility works well for us because it is close to the town and camping is offered at a reasonable price. The fact that some bays have 50 amp electric is a bonus. The sites are paved and mostly shaded, and water is available. There is a dump nearby. The restroom facilities are minimal, there being curtains across the toilets. However, they were reasonably clean. There is cable hookup, but we only managed to get one channel. We used our antenna for TV instead. - Al&Lizzie
Oct 2017 - $1.00
We were at this campground after it had gone into "limited" service for the winter, meaning that there were some loops that were closed and not many activities going on. We were lucky to find a full hookup site (30A) - there are limited sewer sites, so we were glad to be able to get one. Because the sewer sites are almost all in one section, that area of the campground is pretty much 100% occupied. The campground is nicely wooded and nice to walk around in. At this time of year, it was very quiet. Because we are Thousand Trails Courtesy Card holders, our nightly rate was $0. A general suggestion for staying at Thousand Trails - since you get to pick from whatever sites are available when you arrive, arriving the day that most others are leaving is advantageous. We have found that the worst days to arrive are Friday or Saturday. For us, the best days to arrive are Mondays and Thursdays. - pattic777
Sep 2017 - $1.00
Pros: Sites are widely spaced, the adult pool and spa is very nice, its in the trees, surrounded by hiking trails - although a bit overgrown, it's quiet... The cons: the power is lousy - gotta watch what you turn on. Limited sewer sites, old restrooms (but clean), lots of the sites are far from level. Family pool area is huge but looked a bit green. The family lodge has seen better days. The store has limited hours (this is august after all). Everything needs repair and maintenance (as most TT places we've experienced). We got a sewer site only because we moved the minute somebody left. As usual, no one could tell us if there was any sewer sites available at the gate so we had to discover that for ourselves and when you're wandering with a large motorhome, it kinda sucks. So, we disconnected at the adult pool complex (it's level) and used the toad to scout out a level site. F5 is pretty level and right across from the restrooms... for a shower (has no sewer). The women's shower in this restroom is brand new. We hadn't been here before; the roads can be confusing. - KampingKris
Jul 2017 - $1.00
The entire facility just recently recovered from an EXTENDED down time due to water issues. With this down time the corporation let the sites go bad with blackberries and low hanging tree limbs. However, for the 300 plus sites there is now an ongoing slow trimming effort by 3 guys. Only about 15% of the 300 plus sites have sewer. Pool very clean, nice club houses. Road are dusty, people drive too fast kicking up dust. Verizon worked fine, I'd stay again. - Lionel
Apr 2007 - $27.00
Convenience store is located on grounds and a nice restaurant, Spiffy's, is located just 1/4 mile away. The draw back here is it floods in the winter months including when I was here. The south half of the rv park goes under water and there are massive standing puddles in most of the sites when it rains, and remember, this is Washington. The site host is friendly and doing what he can to make this a nice campground. But more work is needed to keep it dry. - ridgerunner
Nov 2016 - $1.00
Pulled in, looked around, found the power pedestals in poor shape & wires exposed, so left.
This would be a "last resort" choice. - Saddlesore
Aug 2012 - $25.00
Having passed on the park where we had planned to stay the night, saw the sign for this place on the freeway and took a chance. This is easily the slummiest campground we've seen in over four years of full time traveling. Cramped spaces almost all of which are occupied by permanent residents, who seem not to mind the squalor. So, come if you must, but bring a surge protector and maybe consider locking your door. - Pawticket
Oct 2017 - $41.00
Great place for an overnight stay. Friendly, clean and very safe. - Howls_Castle
Sep 2017 - $45.00
First Impression: Road sign could be better but appearance is most impressive. Safety: No concerns. Access: I-5 exit 82, northwest on Harrison to left on Galvin, past lumber yard, turn left. Access road in good condition, Garmin GPS was accurate.
Office: Friendly staff, convenience store with food, snacks, soft drinks, and RV equipment items. Restaurant attached. Credit cards accepted. Online reservations not available. Good Sam discount.
Facilities: No pool, spa, or fitness room. Rec center available. Restrooms/showers "almost modern" but very clean, no mold, privacy curtains, hot water with great pressure (score "A"). Propane sales. No playground. No off-leash dog run.
Campground: Not in a flood plain. No storm shelter. Beautifully landscaped with a few mature trees, lots of grass and manicured bushes separate sites. Interior roads are wide, asphalt in excellent condition with gentle turns and no overhead obstacles. Big rig and long coach friendly. Prevosts won't have problems. Overflow parking available. No tent area, yurts, or cabins.
Sites are all spacious, level, concrete, back-in and pull-through. Utilities at rear of site with FHU-20/50 (no 30A socket at my site), no meters. Low water pressure with good taste. Sewer pipe is 3" threaded, about 6" above ground level (I needed 2 stinky tubes). No patios; ½ sized picnic tables (vinyl covered). Ground fires not permitted, no fire rings. Good satellite views. Free cable TV (not tested). Free TengoNet Wi-Fi with good coverage and bandwidth. Verizon phone at 4 bars; 4G not checked. Recycle aluminum cans only.
Noise: Distant railroad, no aircraft, traffic, or interstate noise. Bug Report (early September): no insects noted. Runners: CG roads excellent for running. Yoga: sites good for your mat. Conclusion: Score 8-Upscale. This CG could win awards. - StephenK
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Very nice park, small but well maintained. Several pull through sites surrounded by back-ins occupied primarily by permanents. Staff was friendly and the wifi was excellent. Nice restaurant on site for you breakfast lovers. - nmunozjr
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Stayed here under personal circumstances, name of park. Park is very old and most of sites were workers in area. Poorly maintained and no security. Other parks in area would have been better value. - User1128
Sep 2013 - $24.00
We found this park through a Google search and took our chances. The best thing about this park is that all RV sites are huge, level, concrete pads, which is great when it's raining and if you have a big rig with a tow. The management was nice, hookups great, and cable was good. But WiFi was only available near the office while we were there. The two downsides were that the bath house, although clean, was at the back corner of the park which is a long walk when it's raining. And, the park is right next to the train tracks (very noisy). We would not return here merely due to the train noise at night. Price reflects GS discount for a week stay. - ryon110
Sep 2013 - $30.00
Rate is for a water and 50 amp electric, pull-through site. When having work done at their shop next door, the stay is free. Have both back-in and pull-through sites with a dump station. The really nice thing is that for a repair facility they have grass between the sites and and all roads and pads are paved, and no trees for good satellite reception. Be prepared for road and train noise. - Big Moose
Nov 2012 - $30.00
The rate listed of $30 per night plus tax is the listed rate. If you are a Brazel's customer, the rate is $20 per night plus tax. Most folks that stay there are having work done on their RV and the stay is free. The park is certainly nothing fancy, but it is well done and well kept. There is not a restroom or shower associated with the park. The electrical power is excellent and the Wi-Fi is supper-fast. Verizon cell is excellent and, since there are no trees, there is no problem getting a satellite signal. It is next to a fairly busy road, but it calms down at night. It is also right next to a fairly often-used train track. We like trains, so that was not a problem. The noise was not a problem in the winter with the windows all closed. In the summer, it might be an issue. There is shopping nearby. This would not be a destination park, but as a place to stay while you are having your RV repaired/enhanced this works. Brazel's is to be commended. Most RV repair places have a really bad spot to stay while the work is being done. We had a lot of work done on our RV at this excellent repair facility so we spent a pleasant five nights here. Since we were having work done, there was no charge. - TheJim
Aug 2011 - $25.00
This is primarily a park for RV's waiting for service or a good overnight stop. This is our second time here. The first was shortly after they opened. There were only three or four rigs here. This time we arrived early Sunday afternoon and was lucky to get one of the three open sites. It is on a busy road. Just south of water sides and a major route between Hwy 12 and Centralia. Transit service is available to the outlet malls. Lucky Eagle casino a few miles away. Depending what work you are having done, the stay fee may be waived. Great Wi-Fi and cellular connections. We will stay here again if needed. - MaverickBBD