Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $28.00
The staff is very nice. However, the sites are short. We were barely able to fit our 35 foot motorhome in the site. As one of the other reviewers mentioned there was a lot of dog poo on the ground. There looks to be a lot of long term RVs there. It is right next to the highway, so there was a lot of highway noise, especially with all the logging trucks going by. There does not seem to be a lot of options though when visiting Mount Ranier. We camped at Eagles Nest RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $27.00
We liked this park much more than the previous reviewer, although it does have its problems. It was a nice place to park for a few days while touring Mount Rainier (about 13 miles away). On the downside, the RV slots are narrow and somewhat difficult to back into. Many of the RVs seem to be long-term. The roads in and out of the park are steep as are the roads within the park. The smoke from a house below us perfumed everything with a wood-smoke smell. My husband stepped in dog waste in the rain. Yuck. Next day, we saw dog waste again (didn’t step in it this time), but, on the positive side, the manager rushed out to clean up the mess. In general, the manager was very helpful and helped us back into our spot. We used the Wi-Fi, and it worked pretty well. We didn’t use the showers. We camped at Eagles Nest RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for a month while working in nearby Mount Rainier National Park. The new owners were still in the process of completing some of the amenities but we didn't see much progress in the time we were there. The bathrooms lacked mirrors, hand soap and hand dryers and there were no shower curtains. We would like to have stayed elsewhere but there was a real lack of RV parks. We camped at Eagles Nest RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.