Duvall Washington Campgrounds
19 RV Parks near Duvall, Washington
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Duvall. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Duvall in the left hand column.
Oct 2017 - $35.00
I stayed in October on a sunny day. The RV sites are spread out on a large loop surrounding a large open field. The park has walking trails as well as yurts for rent and tent sites. - Dan C
May 2017 - $35.00
Nice little campground with lots of trails. This place gets busy in the summer months with lots of kids and dogs off leash. Sites are level with the utilities properly placed. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Well kept park. Not much privacy there. It is a very beautiful place. - KamperKen
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Very dusty, weekdays better for camping. Weekend Car Racing very noisy. 7 day limit 30 amp and water. Dump available. On site Host friendly and helpful. - silverado
Sep 2016 - $24.00
County run park that uses Reserve American. gravel lots, mostly level, good water, and power, dump available grounds big sites. Sanakans are all we saw for a restroom other than a walk to Fairgrounds. The site was marked reserved upon arrival. Never saw the host, but didn't need to find either. Speedway is right next door, so a weekend stay is going to be noisy. We came for the Red Bull GRC. Staying here made it easy to enjoy the event, and no one needed to be a DD for the weekend. Would stay here again for an event. - NXTSTOP
May 2016 - $25.00
After searching for the RV campground, which was not signed, I called the fairgrounds during their regular business hours, but they did not answer. They did eventually return my call at ten AM the next day. I ,along with two other people in RVs, finally found the site. They had tried to call also, but with no success. I stayed in campsite 213. When I arrived another person was in my site. The camp host was nowhere to be found so I spent the first night in site 214. The next day the "host" was still nowhere to be found. Finally the site i was supposed to be in was vacated. I moved over. The tree behind my site had branches sticking in to my space, and it did not allow me to fit in to the space all the way. I parked a little ways out in to the lane that circled the campground. The site was level, and gravel with no pot holes. The utilities box was in good repair, as were the hydrants. There were no clear site boundaries, but there were some faded chalk lines. People with dogs off leash were prominent, despite the signs stating dogs must be on leash. The sites were lit by street lights, and the lights did not turn off. This made it difficult to sleep at night. - Zach Merritt
Oct 2017 - $1.00
TEST the voltage BEFORE you plug in. Low voltage in camp burned out our microwave and central vac system. Our neighbor revealed there have been previous electrical problems at Thunderbird. Thousand Trails member services does not return phone calls. Absolutely worst customer service we have ever received from TT. We do not recommend this park to anyone with electrical appliances. - Mamallama
Oct 2017 - $1.00
Another old, tired Thousand Trails park. The check in was fast and efficient with one of the most pleasant ladies we have ever seen. One half of the park has sewer sites, but only one was available and we are too large to fit. The opposite side of the highway for non sewer sites. Rigs in the park appear to be lived in by homeless people who use the park for a residence. Adult lodge smelled of mold and had to go here to get TV reception. Electric pedestal and water connection were wobbly. One way in/out and horribly dusty. Will probably not stay here again. - Eureka12
Sep 2017 - $1.00
This is the closest Thousand Trails park to Seattle. We wanted to visit friends in Seattle, and so it was a good choice for that. However, some negatives: there is quite a long drive (3-5 miles) on Ben Howard Road to get to the campground, and it is pretty narrow and windy for a 43' motorhome. The site we chose (43) was off a road that was very uphill and the site was pretty much perpendicular to the road, which meant the site was pretty level (a good thing) but was rather hard to get the bus into. I noticed the sites on the other side of the road were at an angle to the road which would have made them easier to get into. It appeared that the sites across the Ben Howard Road (water&electric only) would have been easier to get into - but then you would have had to come to the other side of the road if you wanted to dump. The dump station was well located if you needed to dump after leaving the full hookup sites, but the turn to get into it if you were coming from across Ben Howard Road looked like it would have been challenging. - pattic777
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Level, roomy, clean sites. No sewers. No over-the-air TV. Swimming pool warm and looked clean. Spa bottom not clean. Laundry room has four washers and six dryers. Not enough for this size park. Handicapped shower was moldy in corners and walls not clean. Unbelievable dust. All units covered, including ours, and we only stayed one night. Not Thousand Trails park. Sister to Encore so received 20% discount. Couldn't locate website to establish types of hookups available for sewer. $35 charge for honey-wagon. Speed bumps galore and not easy to see. - USA#1 RVr
Jun 2017 - $50.00
No sewer hookups, knew that going in. But it means you have to use their showers. Only 1 facility open before 9AM, was busy one day so had to wait for a shower. Dirty. Didn't get very hot. Worst issue is that there is little to no privacy. Showers are in public bathroom style stalls where you get to see the hairy legs of the guy next to you. Don't bend over or you might see too much. One day had a 6'4" tall guy in the shower next to me and he could easily see over the partition. Hi buddy. Don't show up your first night past 'curfew' (8PM non-peak, 10PM peak) or you will have to park outside of the gate overnight as nobody will let you in. Once I realized this, I had to drive 8 hours non-stop to try to make it in on time. Yes it says this in the email, but i've never experienced this before and really didn't think about it. At $50 a night I expect full hook ups. Also no wifi except in the building. Dirt roads, dirty and muddy, broken picnic table and broken 'fire pit'. Absolutely will not come back to this place. - rayzorben
Dec 2016 - $47.00
Sites are in the trees which is nice. Pads were flat, but no concrete. Adds to a "campground" feel, but given the frequency of rain, a pad would help to reduce the amount of mud tracked into the RV. Our site had water and electricity, but no sewer.
The amenities (clubhouse, etc) were closed for the season and I feel the price should have been more significantly reduced. - danlp
Sep 2017 - $45.00
One of the only quality RV parks in the Seattle area. Book early! Despite being large with many sites, this park fills up quickly. My experience here was extremely pleasant, even tempting me to want to live here. The park is quiet, surrounded by trees and hiking trails, yet so close to the city. Many sites sit on the lake, which itself is not so great but is a preserve for ducks and geese and provides just a glorious experience.
Each site has bushes on each side providing a sense of privace. Dog friendly: a small fenced-in dog run, but the many many hiking trails surrounding the park made up for that. There is no wifi offered. - HeraSTREAM
Sep 2017 - $49.00
This campground was my first stay after picking up my new trailer and it could not have been a better choice! The site was an easy level pull-through so set up was simplified. The staff was courteous, the neighbors friendly and helpful. The shower/restroom was spotless and private consisting of separate rooms, each with a shower, sink, toilet and a door that locked. I used the laundry facility which was also clean and very economical at 1.00 each for washer or dryer. The park was full and I was glad I had made a reservation. Many long-term campers and a few short-timers like me. The proximity of this campground to Seattle is unmatched. the grounds were well kept and pleasant. A grocery store and gas station are located directly across from the park. There is additional shopping and restaurants nearby. I highly recommend this park. - Sisababe
Sep 2017 - $44.00
A little pricey but a nice park in a suburban city environment. Walking distance to a Safeway grocery store. Spaces are close together. They do some interesting pruning/shearing of fir trees and other evergreens to create partitions between sites. Get one of the back in spaces along the pond, especially if you have a large window to the rear. - RnBRV
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Campground is close to interstate but quiet. Nice scenery on lake with mountain views. Had W/E only and the sites are extremely narrow but very long. Close with a slide out but managed OK. Firepits available. Nice choice for proximity to city. - CCMcLeod
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This is our 3rd time staying. The owners and people are so on top of cleanliness, trash, lawn maintenance. It's truly wonderful if you like lake life. We see eagles and herons flying above us, sun reflecting on Lake Sammamish, our kids playing in the swimming area with slide. . Definitely worth coming again and again.
We were happy with our space. We have preferred the spot on the end (23?). Companies have their parrots at park, but it was fun people watching as well as people launching their boat from the ramp in front of us. One guy fell in water as he was guiding the driver down the ramp. Hahahahah
Definitely book in advance- January for the spots in June - August. Recommend the end spot in the end (23?) - Lagomamasita
Sep 2015 - $35.00
This is a fairly clean park. During the day there's some traffic and aircraft noise; at night it's quiet.
20 amp plus water sites are long, non-level grass and dirt with no shade. Utilities are at the back, and half are on the wrong side. Full hookup sites are shorter, non-level gravel and grass, with utilities in the usual locations. Each site has a picnic table.
Roads are asphalt in fair condition with some potholes and many annoying speed bumps.
There's one private shower per gender, $0.25 for 5 minutes. The men's shower is inadequately ventilated and usually muddy, with discolored tiles, a torn shower curtain, and cobwebs. I saw one silverfish.
Verizon LTE works well.
WiFi is strong. I measured 571.6 kB/s down.
Staff are friendly and helpful.
There are strong terrestrial broadcast TV signals from CBS and ION.
Laundry: 2 top-loaders ($1.75), 2 dryers ($1.50).
Rate is total with tax for a 20 amp site. - wjzcbn
Mar 2016 - $40.00
We were there for a quiet stop but really enjoyed the quiet. Our gravel site was spacious, had some shade, and included a picnic table. - Rvmomma
Jul 2015 - $34.00
Never again! This could be such a nice RV/campground but it's not! Right on river but so overgrown you can't get to it. Bathroom is so dirty my husband would not even think about using them, and he's not very picky. Sites are on top of each other, there is no Wi-Fi , laundry, game room, etc...but yet they charge $34.00 a night. The only thing this park has going for it is location it's about 35 mins from downtown Seattle. But about 15 miles away in Carnation WA, there is a better place. Also lots of live in people with junk every where that ruins a park for me. FYI; there is no sign saying turn here for this RV park and our GPS did not have the turn right, when I told the lady at check-in about this she say's "happens ALL the time!" Not sure if it happens all the time why you would not change it, but... So if you miss the turn you end up in a roundly round or small downtown area. Turn right before the bridge. - laears
Jun 2015 - $31.00
Park is OK for a stay of a week or so. Short supply of parks in the general Seattle area. Entrance road is horrible - really not wide enough for two lanes, so you must go slow. Speed bumps every few feet. Typical riverside park with elevated electrical hookup because of being in flood plain. Staff friendly, but there is a depressed feeling about the place. Everything is JUST OK. Lots of weekenders which is to be expected because of the river. - PugetSound
Jul 2017 - $44.00
Staff was friendly and efficient. This was a typical city RV park with everyone packed in. WiFi was OK. It was close enough to Uber into city. Site was big enough for out 24ft and a car. The park was clean. I would stay again. Only stayed one night. - Aussie Chums
May 2017 - $45.00
This is THE closest RV park to downtown Seattle, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and the University of Washington Medical Center. If you have a family member being cared for at these facilities, this is THE campground to stay at. Staff is friendly and courteous. There is propane refill on site, and they have a procedure for leaving your empty tank and coming back later and picking up your full tank. It is not a scenic park with trails and views. It is an urban park with access to the city and all that includes. If you are staying here, the bus stops about 3 minutes away and runs to the park and ride where you can transfer to get anywhere. The main route at that stop goes to the UW or to Issaquah. Beats driving and parking. - RayB
Nov 2016 - $35.00
I've stayed at this park as a guest and noticed The management has serious issues. They were very rude. I've seen them screaming at other residents of the park. I can't believe the way the lady of the park and this other employee were treating guests of park . It definitely didn't make me want to stay or ever come back. - Camperfarmer
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
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This is very nice for a county park since it is secluded and deep in the woods. However, the interior roads are very tight and in spite of the "Big Rig Friendly" notation, this park is NOT big rig friendly. It is not recommended for any motor home over 36' and over 12' tall. There are a number of short turns, narrow roads and a lot of low hanging limbs which rubbed the upper part of our motor home. They are expanding the park with a number of new spaces and a lot of the spaces are nowhere near level. Our space was very large and fairly level once we reached it. The circuit breaker was old and I had to cycle it several times to get it to work. - Lt Dan
Aug 2016 - $32.00
This is a boating venue, but was quiet on a Sunday night. There are about 10 pull-through sites, and nearly all sites are private or semi-private. Many tall evergreens and moderately dense ferns to muffle noise and conceal views. Bathrooms and showers had clean cement floors. Coin-operated showers. Fire ring. Speed bumps. Some hiking trails. - OlderGoat
Dec 2015 - $28.00
We took the 15 miles detour from I-5 because we are always looking for quiet places to spend the night. That's what we got. Tucked away in the woods and far from all shopping amenities. The paved road through the park is very tight and winding. We had to take it really slow with our 34' trailer in tow. Maneuvering into the back in site was tight as well, but we managed. Don't take anything bigger in there.
Sites are gravel and fairly level. No water in the park this time of the year. We knew and had the fresh water tank filled before. Power was stable. Verizon signal strong and steady. Very quiet at night, no traffic noise and no train noise whatsoever.
We'll come back when travelling in the area. - TheSchweitzers