30 Parks near Covington, Washington
Nov 2011 - $15.00
A small park with a very nice owner. Most of the sites have full-time residents. The place is quiet, but doesn’t have much in the way of amenities (picnic area with a horseshoe pit), but the price was right. There is also a nice grass volleyball court and a pond to sit by on the owners adjoining property. - Travelin'
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Yikes, what happened to this place? We have stayed here several times in the past, this time it is quite different. The park is full, but many appear to be seasonals. Packed in like sardines. Sewer no longer functional, all sealed up. 30 amp is poor 106 volts. water pressure is ok, AT&T ok, park wifif non existent. we stayed here in a 40 ft MH, we will be looking for an alternative the next time we come up here. - walt66
Aug 2016 - $10.00
We were in space 1. No trees, picnic table or fire pit. We felt like we were in a driveway!
Power went out. One of the other guests had to trip the fuse box as power went off and no one was in office. They left before 6pm.
Only one sewer dump. - Judy2shoes
Aug 2016 - $1.00
Unfortunately, we're members of the Sunrise Resorts. As full timers for over 10 years, we find this park to be one of the most undesirable parks we have ever spent time. Our kids live in the area, and we are stuck because of the number of suitable parks in the area. As members. we should get the premium sites, but we only have poor 30 amp service, no sewer, low water pressure, stinky sites, low branches, tight turns, noise, and can't put our awning or BBQ outside because we are too close to our neighbors. All sites are poorly leveled gravel, and by looking, you can tell campers are dumping their tanks (I hope just grey) on the ground because of the lack of sewer connections. Absolutely everything costs extra, so be prepared. There are many tall trees to the Southeast, so getting a satellite signal is almost impossible. - simonsrf
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Sites are not all that wide here. We had people sitting only a couple of feet away from us near their fire ring. We could not open any windows because of the smoke from their fire. Kind of a sketchy place, but we had no problems. There are people living in tents here who spend 7 nights, leave for 1 and then come back. Sites are mostly level and paved. Verizon cell and broadband both very good. OTA TV was poor, no networks found. We had ION and a couple of PBS type stations. Not a place we are likely to return to, but our stay was acceptable. - Bob and Inga
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Dogs barking (pit bulls), campers burning garbage (stinks) One trailer was allowing their tanks to drain onto campsite and running into street. Sites are long enough for big rigs. 7 day limit. Some trailers were really run down. We will not be back unless we have to. We usually stay at the Puyallup Fairgrounds but couldn't because the fair was going on. - catrst
Aug 2015 - $25.00
What a gem this place is. We were a little underwhelmed when we arrived but the surroundings are beautiful and it was a wonderful place to stay. Sites are asphalt and level. Stayed for 5 days. Loved the bike/walking path. Can ride for miles along the river and through the trees without crossing a road! If you are into disc golf this is the place for you! Grass is brown because they don't water but the trees are magnificent. It must be beautiful in the fall. They do keep the trees trimmed so they don't rub on your rig. We had no problem with our 38' class A motorhome. Camp host is a great guy. No wifi but Verizon LTE is strong and hotspot worked great. Our Directv roof mounted dish also worked great, even through the trees. Nice to have shade at our site #12. It's about a 45 minute drive to downtown Seattle and if I came back I would look into the public transportation as an option to driving. - thekites
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Wow. They are taking greed to a whole new level here. Overflow was everywhere (and they were paying 37 dollars for the privilege). "Packed in" would be an understatement. Overflow parked on every inch of grass, every curb, every possible place. For those who DID have a site there was very little water, I'm guessing it was because they were over their head. Plan on (slowly) filling up your tank and using your own pump for anything useful like dishes or a shower.
My neighbor had a lazy boy, a full sized refrigerator, wood furniture, etc., etc., in his small campsite. Enough said.
That said, if they would curb the overflow and monitor what is going on in their campground this place would rank better. I've stayed in the winter and it was fine, (but they don't reduce their prices much). - Oregon Ms
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Nice park, good staff. One must take into account that this is one of the oldest campgrounds in the area of which there are not many. It is very convenient to the city. It was designed with much smaller RV's in mind, not 40FT+ motor homes. It is tight and close, but clean and well kept. Let's face it, your not staying here to enjoy the KOA. You are staying here to be close to the city. So get over it being tight. The staff was outstanding. The facilities that we used (almost none), were clean and well kept. We left our MH for a week while taking a cruise and would not have a problem doing it again. - Rick & Gail
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Arrived to find RVs "dry camping" in the check-in lane. After finding a place to park, we stepped out of the coach and were "greeted" by a strong urine smell. The lady who checked us in was very pleasant and gave good advice about visiting Seattle. The $1.50 per day pet charge was apparently used to support the filthy, poop littered fenced pet area. We entered, promptly left, and walked our dogs on the green belt trail that is conveniently located to the campground. The campground is very dirty and tents were scattered over the lawn by the pool and playground. It appeared the owners were trying to cram in as many RV and tent campers as possible. We have stayed in quite a few KOAs but never in one like this. Had we another option in the area, we would have left the day after checking in. - JCJ1
Jun 2014 - $25.00
I rated this low. For $25/night it had to be the worst WA state park we have ever stayed in. Sites 1-4 are the ones where supposedly the large RVs should be. They are as close together as any commercial campground, so no privacy, noise from your neighbor's generator, etc. There were other pull through sites that would have worked. The website just didn't show they were available for larger rigs, but we saw a RV larger than ours on one of them, That would have been a much more pleasant spot with a little more privacy. $25/night for no hooks and no working dump station felt like it was priced too high. You also get charged extra if you are not a WA state resident and want to make a reservation. Unlike most Western WA state parks, there is little or no vegetation between any of the RV sites in this park. Only sites with any privacy are in the tent or very small class B RV area. You are in the flight path of SeaTac so you do get that noise. On the plus side, nice hiking trail in the park and easy walk to the beach area. Probably not a park we'll stay in again. - DRFink
Jul 2013 - $23.00
Nice woodsy park between Seattle and Tacoma. We were in a 45' motorhome and except for one tight turn because of a parked camper sticking out, I was able to navigate thru the park and to the campsite with care, but no problem. The showers do not work (was told by camp host). The place is a bit overgrown. I had to trim a tree as not to scrape going into my site. Site 1 - 4 are best for big rigs. Easy to back in to and easy to pull out. No hookups (as advertised) and a good price. The beach is great. A nice paved path along the waterfront is nice. A good restaurant called Wally's Chowder House a couple of miles away was wonderful. The park is great for camping. Just not very well maintained with the lack of budget in the WA State Park System. - JoeVinnie
Jul 2011 - $22.00
The park was extremely well maintained. There were many trails to explore, and the beach access had excellent low-tide pooling for investigation. Our site right next to the creek was wonderful. Detractions included the airline traffic heading to/from Seatac (pretty minor, but noticeable) and the dry camping (offset by running a generator to recharge batteries). - bradrf
Jun 2010 - $33.00
A lovely state park campground, that is very well maintained. It is also heavily used and quite busy, but that is because it is so accessible to Seattle and a worthwile destination. The only downside is that pull through sites for larger rigs are narrow and sharply curved among the large trees, making pulling through any site in a rig longer than about 35' a real chore. I had the very most accessible site in the park, and I had to back into the pull-through to situate in my 40' MH. But the beauty and features of the park make this worthwhile. We would stay here again. - Boiler
Jul 2007 - $27.00
Clean, relatively quiet, private sites, beautiful setting on the cold and clear Green River (a refreshing dip on a hot summer day). Clean bathrooms and showers with lots of hot water. Park gets full on summer week-ends. - Let'sGoCamping
May 2007 - $26.00
We had site #30, a nice long, paved, level, shaded pull-through with 30 amp electric but no water. The one-way road in the CG was a bit narrow but no problem, we have a 30 ft class A. We loved our site, the picnic table/fire ring area was really large and felt private with lots of trees, flowers and other greenery. The park was full over the weekend but reasonably quiet. Mt. Rainier National Park is an easy, very pretty day trip from this park. - mahaffee
Aug 2016 - $50.00
The best thing about this park is the location. Easy access right off Hwy 90, withing a few miles of shopping, restaurants etc., nice walking path across the street.
Sites are paved, close together, with a picnic table. There are back in and pull thru sites. Restrooms are clean and nice. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Wifi worked most of the time, but was intermittent. Cable TV worked fine.
There is highway noise, and it is very loud, and it is pricey, but I would stay here again for the convenience of being near family. - trussman
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Not a fancy park. No frills. But you can't beat the location to Seattle. Paved surfaces. Big rig friendly. Nearby walking biking path. - Cake on the beach
Mar 2016 - $47.00
This was our second stay at this park, as our son's family lives nearby in Sammamish. I agree the sites are very close to each other, but nothing that we have not experienced in over 15 years of RV traveling. Since the weather is normally cloudy, rainy, you most likely would not be outside anywhere in the Seattle area (depending on the time of the year). We did not feel the freeway noise was that unbearable. But the great thing is there is a very long paved walking/bike path (over several miles) outside the park, near the freeway (but protected by altitude and fence) that our dog loves walking on, plus the scenery is wonderful. The staff is without a doubt most pleasant we have also met, and really makes you feel welcome. Hey they even gave me a FREE stamp so I could mail a birthday card. We would definitely stay here again. - mandrgames
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We camp in the South Campground for the Highland Games. This is basically a grassy field with some porta potties. Dry camping. If you are going to camp, be sure to bring leveling blocks for the uneven ground. The closest RV parking to the King County Fairgrounds. - Cheryl39
Aug 2015 - $26.00
GREAT place to Explore Mt Rainier NP. Concrete Pad with Lots pf grass. Water and Elect only. NO DUMP.NO WI-FI, would have marked higher.Very Friendly Camp Hosts that know the AREA well. Nice grass area for your dog exercise. Back in sites only, but large enough for 40 ft 5th wheel. Enumclaw Golf Course(18 Hole) about 1/2 mile away. Lots of restaurants and Grocery stores. - silverado
Oct 2013 - $26.00
Stayed 5 nights - nice campground with large sites. Great camp hosts. There are showers and restrooms in the fairgrounds they could use a cleaning, but will work. Utilities were very good, but no sewer. We have used this campground on our visits to see family in the area. - rwjsim2003
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Beautiful park close to Seattle area. Very popular so difficult to get a reservation on short notice. Site spaces are close together like a lot of parks but OK. - Doug Toye
Jul 2015 - $45.00
We needed a place to stay outside of Seattle on our way home. Being that it was the Sunday after the 4th we didn't figure we'd find anything. But low and behold they had a early departure. We arrived late, they left all the information needed on the office door. It's not cheap but I wanted full hook up's since we were low on water. Getting into the site was a bit of a challenge. Some of the sites are located on the side of a hill, trying to back into this site proved to be a challenge at 1AM. I almost gave up, but eventually made it.
I found they only offer 20amp or 50amp plug-ins, I've never bothered to carry a 50-30amp dog-bone. So we stuck with the 20amp, happy we didn't need A/C. Water pressure here was weak at best.
The site itself was nothing special, room for a couple chairs, no fire pit and you're looking right into the next site. It was all asphalt and clean though. The area is heavily treed and even with the Freeway close by it was quiet. I'd gather many that stay here are with them for extended periods, the larger sites look to be occupied by full timers. - Y-Guy
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is a very nice park. Well kept and the staff are friendly enough. The park is a little tight but not horrid. Mostly permanent residents but it appears the sites were well kept.
We would stay here again. - Steve & Terri