Convenience was objective this time. Early season, not crowded, premium site with view of lake. In town location. We biked to wine tastings, lots of sunshine. You don't have a lot of privacy. 50-50 split of site with shade or not. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
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Lots of recreational choices during peak season. Make a visit to Fielding Hills Winery, and enjoy the view along with the wine.
What a neat town with an RV/camping park in the middle of all the activities. Lots to do, both for the kids and parents. The waterfront provides a clean and safe area for swimming and playing in the water. The are many wineries to visit for tasting. One of the nicest find on our trip. We would stay here again. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Big RV park with great family atmosphere right in town. Seemed most folks were enjoying a week's holiday and there's lots for everyone to do - lake, play park, skateboards, mini golf etc. We hadn't booked but got in alright and we had a good flat site with full hookups. There were plenty of big rigs here and they'd have had no trouble. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $34.00
Typical government run operation. Visitors may not check in until 2:00PM, and cannot wait in line outside in the two lane registration area. The city has an adjacent parking lot and charge $4.00 to park there for early check ins. Nice grounds, large spaces, satisfactory cable, no Wi-Fi. Kid friendly, including little ones on bicycles...be alert. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $44.00
Campground is primarily a family park. Lots of children on bike/trikes makes it noisy until bedtime. WiFi not available except at Admin building. We asked for a WiFi site and was given one but it did not work unless I carried notebook to the WiFi area by the Admin building. Showers are clean and the park is well maintained. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
RV Park was clean, garbage emptied often, showers ($) 50 cents for 4 minutes, difficult to maneuver your rig in due to sharp turns, lots of children roaming around on bikes, scooters, skateboards, making it difficult to drive around. Vehicles are required to fit your space otherwise park violations handed out. No dogs during high season, reservations refused without refund. Wi-Fi only available to registration. Staffs did not warn guests that sprinklers would be coming on in their camp site, we were shocked when the sprinklers in our camp came on at 10pm getting everyone soaked. Staff indifferent to needs. It's a popular place, but I probably would not return. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
City-run RV park. Very nice, lots of lawn, large shade trees, good size sites, friendly staff, good cable TV, Wi-Fi only at reception, showers($). GREAT location on the lake & close to downtown. Very popular, reservations a must during peak season. We will be staying there again. $34 was the off-season rate. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
So beautiful, has a great staff and located in a fun city. No complaints but I like a smaller campground as they feel more like a small community. This one was a little noisy. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $40.00
This was our second year staying in this campground. The location can't be beat as it is just a short walk to the lake and the city park. The park is clean and well-kept. There is plenty to see and you will run out of time before running out of things to do. My only criticism is that the staff tends to look the other way at rule violations, especially in regards to dogs during the summer. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $44.00
This park is operated by the City of Chelan, which does a very good job. It is a family-oriented park with easy access from the park to swimming and water sports on the lake. The park is well-maintained and located in close proximity to the many recreational activities available in the area. We only had two complaints. First, a large plum tree overhung our site, dropping its overripe fruit on our RV, the picnic table and our outdoor chairs. Second, there is no laundry facility in the park and the ONLY laundromat within driving distance, though located directly across the street from the Park's entrance, is so filthy it is surprising that it hasn't been shut down by the City's health department. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $25.00
Made the mistake of taking the 5th wheel up to Canada in November, just about everything is closed. This campground was very nice, Wi-Fi only available near office. The dog could be here as it wasn't summer. Very quiet this time of year. Ranger says it is really busy in summer. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $35.00
We have been coming to this park for many years, first in a trailer and of late in motor homes. The park has really not been upgraded in many years. The sites are not level. Most are short for larger RV's. Most sites can handle up to a 38 foot RV. A few sites can handle a larger RV but not room for a tow or towed vehicle. Wi-Fi only works near the office. Dogs are not allowed during the summer months. Beginning on Labor Day they are allowed. We loved the location, just wish they would update the park. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $30.00
This is a great campsite. It has full hook ups. Close to beach and downtown and has go carts, mini golf, tennis courts and playgrounds. We stay here every time we visit beautiful Chelan. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Lake Chelan is one our favorite places, we do love this RV park. It is well maintained with a lot of grass which is fabulous for our kids. There are direct access gates to the park on the lake. Really the only downside is there is no pool, but you do have access to the lake, but being such a big lake it stays pretty cold. Also is close to town and within walking distance to a few stores. We stay here everytime we go to Lake Chelan. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $22.00
Awesome cg. Large sites with real lots of green grass in between. I would imagine that you need res way in advance for summer, BUT no dogs allowed from Memorial Day until Labor Day, not even in your rig. Wi-Fi basically at gate house or close sites. A bunch of wineries in the area and they are all very good with 5 of them having excellent restaurants. We camped at Lakeshore RV Park in a Travel Trailer.