31 RV 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'
Mar 2018 - $30.00
We needed to stay in the Seattle area for a job assignment and due to the lack of convenient RV parks in the area, we were lucky to find a spot at Lake Sawyer RV Resort. The best thing about this resort is the beautiful location on Lake Sawyer and proximity to various areas in the Seattle area. However, for the money, we found this resort to be lacking in serious maintenance. Patio tables were run down; laundry room is deplorable (leaking roof); community room (which was never open) was furnished with old furniture and equipment. Spaces are very tight and we noticed that folks couldn't even put out their awnings; uneven sites and no room for patio tables. There are a number of rigs there who obviously haven't been moved in years and as a result, moss and plants were growing on top. I am surprised that Sunrise Resorts, who have at least ten other resorts, is letting this resort fall into such disrepair. - Carried Away
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Very disappointed with this campground. No sewer service at our site, but there was at one time. Sewer dump station available but filled up before we got there. Told management and their real helpful comment was "you will just have to wait for it to settle". We will not come back. - Wheels61
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Pretty obvious what is going on in this park. The owners are turning the member's sites into and long-term sites rented by the month with FHU, leaving the members with non sewer sites. Heard the county will not allow them to upgrade the sewer sites, so owners are getting by waiting for the value of the land to skyrocket. 30 amp power was low voltage. Water pressure was at a meager 30 psi. We were stacked close on both sides, couldn't use awnings. Satellite coverage is very tough to acquire. The picnic table was in such poor shape it fell apart while trying to move it a few feet. Many tight turns with low tree branches, even at the dump station. Dump station was full when we got there. Lots of full time dwellers with lots of junk. - 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
Mar 2018 - $44.00
This was one of the worst KOAs we have stayed at. It appeared to be more like an older trailer park than an RV park. Very small, tight spots, mud everywhere and the roads throughout were full of pot holes. Would not recommend this place to anyone. - Silveradobullet
Sep 2017 - $43.00
These sites are very narrow and short. You have to parallel park in front of your trailer careful not to block the narrow road. Our site, 118, was muddy after the rains and you have no choice but to walk in the mud to your door. The sites have lots of trash around them, cigarette butts, broken glass etc. the park is on a very busy road across from Amazon fulfillment center and trucks are running 24/7. Will not stay again. - Terrirver
Aug 2017 - $58.00
Sites very narrow. No place to park your tow vehicle at your site. Roads rough. - hotpepperkid99
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
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Very serene physical features. Deep forested campsites, pull-thrus and back-ins, some quite large. Very spacious and relatively level site. Room for our 37' travel trailer. Plenty of clear space in back to pitch a large tent. Short private trail through forest to connect to main trail to restrooms. Pump water spigot with gray water drain, doggie doo bag station, and dumpster located two sites away. Short hike to rocky Green River through day-use parking lot, on wide, dirt trail through woods. River use recommended for expert rafters only. Burn ban in affect due to potential for wildfire so campfire wasn't allowed. Road through camp loop adequately wide for trailer. Park info mentioned possible volunteer fire fighter siren noise can sound at any time but we did not hear it during our overnight stay. However, city traffic and a nearby trains produced noise, especially sporadically throughout the night. As a light sleeper, I recommend ear plugs. - rvYoungster16
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
Nov 2017 - $45.00
This campground is a good place to stay while visiting Seattle area. If you are looking for wide open sites in the wilderness, this will not be the campground for you. It was, however, perfect for our needs. They offer a Good Sam's discount. Campground was very easy to find and just off the interstate. Follow GPS and it will get you directly to the campground.
I cannot say enough about how helpful the staff are at this campground. We had some mechanical issues that caused us to be a day late in arriving. Even though this is a busy campground, they held our site so we did not have the additional stress of finding a new campground. The sites are very close together, but we were ok with this because we were visiting family. The sites are gravel with grass area between each site. The campground easily handles big rigs. There was additional parking available for us to park the toad. Asphalt, well maintained, roads throughout the campground. Sites are all very level. Each site had a picnic table. There is a very nice laundry room, although more expensive than we have paid in the past.
This campground is an easy trip in to Seattle. City accessibility was very important to us. Good Verizon coverage. It was very easy to get DirecTV satellite. - Priceless RV Adventures
Sep 2017 - $52.00
The most unpleasant experience I've had at an RV park so far in my travels, after staying at 20+ parks. I had one of the "coveted" pull through sites, #115... which was right next to the bathrooms. Literally, right next door to the bathrooms. I had the most unpleasant feeling being here, and did not feel comfortable leaving my trailer there even for a few hours (nothing happened). Lots of older trailers, with stuff stored in bins and such outside the trailers. I could not get out of there fast enough.
The staff was nice enough, both when I called to make the reservation and when I checked in, though the office smelled strongly of mold and, again, I could not get out of there fast enough. I stayed here because I had business to take care of in the area and my preferred park was booked. I will not stay here again. - HeraSTREAM
Aug 2017 - $48.00
It is right up against I-90 so there is noise. It didn't bother me. Sites are a little crowded, but this is Seattle area and parks are hard to find. Close to where I wanted to be. Had separate space for tow vehicle. Park was clean, staff very helpful. Plan on staying here next year if I'm in area. - Bob Gammie
Jul 2017 - $25.00
This is mainly a place to stay in a big city, and it's reasonable for a city. There are 7 backins with electric, sewer and water. It is difficult backing into the spots because the whole area around the lodge is hilly. It is very close to SeaTac Airport, planes flying overhead constantly, but it does quiet down pretty good in the middle of the night. Wifi doesn't work in the RV's but there is wifi in the building. No cable, but being in a town there are a lot of channels with the antenna. Water pressure was good. - Ginny H
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is camping for Elks members only . I consider this urban camping at its best. We stayed here five days; it was convenient to relatives house and also attractions in Seattle. If at all possible try to get the sites further back from the main street traffic; traffic is somewhat steady till late in the evening. There's also some walking residents that cut through the parking lot from the apartment complex behind the Elks Lodge. Sometimes you question first impressions, but there were no issues with anybody and everything was quiet and safe . I did ask the bartender inside the Elks, if they'd ever had any issues with vandalism. He said in the three years he had been there he had not experienced any so that was a good sign. Remember to call ahead as there are only eight sites there and it seems like people tend to stay for longer periods than what I normally see. I would try to get sites one through five if possible. There was a vacancy when we got there on a Friday which worked out for us, but nobody left till we left five days later. All utility hookups are in back of your parking spot which is a back-in, so plan accordingly. You may need longer sewer hoses, water hoses etc. but everything worked fine for us. I would say this, if you plan on camping here make sure you are comfortable with backing up in tight spots on a incline. Your spots are level, but you're on a grade backing in; tow car hook up and disconnect can be an issue. We used the fire lane for a short period of time. I would stay here again if in the area. - monaco cruiser
Apr 2018 - $39.00
My dogs were attacked by an off leash German Shepherd Dog and I saw the dog off leash 3 times after I reported it to staff. Ended up having to make a police report. When I spoke to the clerk in charge of the park later, she told me that she was getting ready to kick me out because my on leash dogs were aggressive! When I asked her what she expected them to do when they were under attack, she said she did not want to talk about it! Camp host told me the dog had also attacked his cat. Left 9 days early.
The clerk had told me when I made reservation inquiries that the Center spaces are pull through. They aren't really but back in's where they allow you to drive over the grass at the end so beware of which side your hook ups are on. The "restroom" is a single port a potty at one end of the park. It fills quickly. Never saw the showers.
My tow vehicle did not fit on the pad with my rig. I asked and was told by park employee to make a T with it in front of my rig. First contact with camp host after he returned from his vacation was his knocking on my door to tell me I could not park there.
The "dog area" they list is an open grass field, no fencing and it is an ON leash area! - RottsNScotts
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