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19 RV Parks near Enumclaw, Washington
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
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Forest service Campground, beautiful area, well maintained, one non-reservable site with full hookups, large sites. 2 sets of flush toilets, 2 sets of vaults toilets. Was very busy in August so don't try to get a weekend first come site. Nearest dump station 30 miles west. - Derbydancer
Apr 2018 - $29.00
Nice quiet park. Good spacing between sites. Shower facilities are new. Easy walk to the river. Surprisingly good T-mobile service, for being out of town. Dump available was easy to use on the way out. Not giving the highest rating because there's not much to do here or nearby. It's just a nice, quiet place to sleep. We would stay here again. - PNWNerd
Apr 2018 - $25.00
We stayed here for 2 days in early April 2018. It is a beautiful park - so green and easy access to the river and the towns nearby. We paid $25/day with a $5 non-resident fee and an $8 online reservation fee. They have back-in and pull-thru sites with 30 amp electricity. It was extremely rainy when we stayed and although the site was asphalt, it was not level at all and we had a pool of water in front of our door the entire time. The bathrooms were individual rooms with a toilet and shower and were very clean. It looked like the showers were set up to accept quarters at some point but they were still free when we were there. They were warm, but the water stream was pretty weak. I'm sure this campground would be wonderful in warmer/drier weather! - TheTravelingGardners
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
Jul 2016 - $22.00
The campground is beautiful. If you are looking for a resort type place this is not it, but if you want to get away from the city and in tune with nature, this is the place. I believe that most of the time the campground is used for retreats and such so it's a bit rustic. There are about 8-10 RV sites; all are on gravel, except for site #1. The office staff and camp host are wonderful people. We were camping for 3 days before we paid our bill, as our timing was out of sync with the office staff. She didn't seem to mind, as she was so easy going. Our campsite's 30-amps was not working and the camp host, Andy, let us borrow a 50-amp to 30-amp converter. Thank goodness he had one, it's now on our shopping list. The grounds are spectacular and peaceful. Deer roam the campground; we saw a 2 point buck, a few does and yearlings, and fawns. There are trails through out the park. The place is incredible. My husband used the bathrooms and showers, I choose not to. They were clean, but old. He said they were OK. Most mornings it was raining and I didn't want to walk through the wet grass to the facilities. WiFi was excellent, no cable, some on-air channels, no laundry facilities. There are cabins that can be rented, plenty of tent sites, and a wonderful playground. Improvements to the park are all done by donation. It's about 30 minutes from Bellevue, 25 minutes to Issaquah, 25 minutes to Snoqualmie Falls. We would stay again in a Nano-second. - Living the Life
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Grassy large sights set among the trees at this small campground 2 miles off I-90 in North Bend. Only 8 sights, but not busy during the week since this is a Lutheran retreat area among the pines. Full hookups, but no TV. Very quiet and restful place with some nice trails to walk through the woods. Road getting in is a little narrow in spots for large motorhomes, but it can be done. Will definitely stay here again. - b7xv
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This is a great little "no frills" campground. It is a wonderful place to enjoy the beauty of nature, with full hook-ups for your RV. The sites are in a grass meadow. If it is full, which it rarely seems to be, your RV is very close to your neighbor's, similar to a parking space. However, if it's not full, they will spread out the RV's to allow for lots of space between them. The camp is surrounded by forest with tall trees, so finding satellite reception is not easy from all sites. We had to move around to get it. The camp hosts and management are very nice and helpful. There are walking trails, streams, and wildlife to enjoy. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 rating is that there's no pool/spa and no enclosed pet area, so dogs must be leashed at all times. If we're ever in the area, we will definitely return! - ADMD
Apr 2017 - $23.00
We have been living at Nor'West RV Park for a year and a half in our 5th wheel. The park is very well maintained and always clean. Every space has it's own storage shed and picnic table. The manager has always been helpful and friendly, he works hard to keep things running smoothly. Our dog enjoys the open field behind the park, scenery is also nice. Easy access to Interstate 90 which makes getting to Seattle easy. - Jody S
Mar 2017 - $23.00
My husband and I moved our tiny house to Nor'West RV Park almost a year and a half ago. Overall, it has been a wonderful experience! The park itself is very clean, quiet, and has a large, open space nearby where our dog loves to run and play. Management is always extremely polite and helpful. It is a very short drive to shopping and restaurants, and is close enough to the metro for a manageable commute to the 'eastside' or Bellevue area. I would highly recommend Nor'West! - MegSem
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Is a fantastic place to call home, whether traveling or living. Clean, quiet, and manager takes great care of us making sure things run smoothly. Would highly recommend staying here! Beautiful views of Mt. Si and everyone is super friendly! - Natural Witch
Aug 2018 - $24.00
This is a very attractive Forest Service campground located among giant trees. The host was extremely helpful finding the most suitable site for our large 5th wheel. But there are two shortcomings to note: First, while the sites are large, the layout is such that some campers of differing types are very close together. For example, our neighbor's tent and picnic table were only feet from our trailer. And the big shortcoming: Denny Creek is in a valley between the eastbound and westbound lanes of I-90. There is a 24-hour traffic drone. Sometimes it is gentle like a moderate wind thru the trees. Other times, truck noises make it sound like an 18-wheeler is about to careen through your campsite. The nightly rate is high for a Forest Service campground because it includes an $11/night charge for a 2nd vehicle. - JackSchmotzer
Jul 2018 - $24.00
This is a beautiful campground not far from Seattle. It is set in the woods in a valley below Snoqualmie Pass and I-90. The camp sites have plenty of space and privacy. There are short hikes to do in the area. Also, unique for a Forest Service campground, it has some electrical hook ups and bathrooms with running water. The highway noise from I-90 is a bit of a bother though, otherwise I'd have rated it higher. The staff was very friendly and helpful. There is wood for sale too. - Dan C
Aug 2015 - $24.00
We stayed for three nights at Denny Creek. This was our second time at the campground. It's a beautiful place. The sites are widely spaced, and unlike most National Forest Service campsites, some of them have electricity. The campground is just 50 minutes from downtown Seattle, which makes it a very popular place. I've found my fellow campers there to be very quiet - but maybe that isn't because of the campers. Perhaps it's because of the background hum of the freeway noise that drowns them out. It's constant, but varies in intensity. Sometimes it's a whisper, and then the whisper turns into a roar as a semi driver roars overhead using his compression brakes. The freeway is elevated 100 feet above, while the campground is at the bottom of the valley. There are no RV utilities other than a few sites with 30amp service. There isn't even a sewer dump station. For that you can go to Lake Easton State park about 20 miles east, or Lake Sammamish State Park about 35 miles west. Verizon cell service is okay, but there is no broadcast TV reception. Good luck finding satellite TV, given the dense and shady forest you're unlikely to connect. Still, for some reason I like this campground. The hikes that start at the campground (Franklin Falls & Denny Creek Slide) are really terrific - and very popular for a good reason. They are easy to moderate difficulty and very beautiful. For a quick 2-3 night getaway close to the city, Denny Creek does okay as long as you can ignore the I-90 traffic noise. Despite the drought, the NFS was still allowing campfires in the fire pits. They didn't overreact like the state parks. I like Denny Creek - I don't love it, but I like it. - SeaTeacher
Jul 2018 - $10.00
We have been coming to this park for over 8 years and it is our home park for our Sunrise Resorts membership and RPI. Given that you would think we would get good service, right! But sadly no! A new person in the office who claims to have been there for 6 years. Well you would think she could use the computer reservation system! Not! I had called a month in advance and requested a full hook up site which is what we always ask for wherever we go. We arrive and are told our site was water and electric only. I said we requested full hooks She says no you asked for W & E. I told her I never ask for water and electric only. Then she tells me that all she has is a W & E site. Ask when we could be moved and she couldn't promise but said next week. So we are in a very narrow site in the back of the park. Can't get reception on the satellite due to the trees! Not happy campers! The 30 amp service wasn't even marginal. We would be on the edge of the red or into the red on our gauge when A/C was on! If we had any appliance on we would have blown a fuse. The final straw was on the 18th at about 1:00pm and the office person came to the rig and said that we were supposed to out by 11:00AM. We said 'no, our reservation was until the 22nd but she was supposed to find a full hook up site that we had reserved. She acted surprised and we stood our ground. She scurried off to the office and called us with a site we could move to with full hook ups. We hurried and broke camp and set up on the new site in record time since we had to go and pick up our daughter and take her to the airport. Same problems at the new site, poor electric and lousy water pressure. narrow, uneven sites with trash on them and debris from the trees everywhere. No attempt to groom the sites at all! The owners are just a bunch of lazy skinflints trying to make as much money as possible. We are sick of it and will not stay again! - Rick & Karen
Jul 2018 - $15.00
This is a beautiful location on Lake Sawyer. Staff was very friendly and helpful, but this place is run-down. I understand from talking to fellow campers that have stayed here in the past that it used to be a nice place with activities and events. But none are present now. It looks like by my estimation a third of the sites are occupied by long-term residents that have accumulated crap outside their RVs. I saw one 5th wheel that was last registered in 2010. I lost power 3 times when it was 91 degrees. The breaker for my section tripped. The maintenance person took care of it right away and I did not have any more problems. Sites are tight and were not designed for today's larger RVs. Dish network was good for my site along north fence. My motorhome is 27 feet, so I fit in my site well, but it was still close to my neighbor's rig. I am new to Sunrise resorts. I hope this is not representative of their other campgrounds. I will not stay here again. Photos on the website made it look good, but don't believe everything that you see. I was extremely disappointed and can't wait to move! - rahrenswa
Jul 2018 - $1.00
The lady in the office who allowed us to look at what we thought would be the best site for our needs; she was wonderful, but nothing else was wonderful about our stay there. The voltage was so low (98v) that we couldn't use our air conditioner, our microwave or any other appliances at certain times of the day. The water pressure was so low (about 20 psi) that the only way to take a decent shower was to also use our onboard pump. If you need satellite TV, this place has tons of trees so beware. Many of the tree limbs are very low and brushed against our motorhome. Also the trees shed and had to sweep all of the slide toppers etc. On the way out of the park, the road has been made extremely bumpy by protruding tree roots under the blacktop; we tried to proceed at an idle, but the dishes inside took a beating. - simonsrf
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'
Jul 2016 - $15.00
We stayed for the months of June & July with a monthly rate. The park was pretty basic, but with a nice pond and greenspace in front. It had a security gate, full hook-up, no Wi-Fi, back-in spaces.
Only able to hook up to sewer on 2 days a week due to high water tables in the area.
It had quite a few permanent residents (some pretty run down), but it was quiet and peaceful all the time. Very convenient to all of the tourist locations we were interested in. Would stay here again. - Karen - Rick
Oct 2006 - $20.00
Very scary place to stay. Every night it seems theres a bonfire of alcohol and drug buddies partying. I kept my doors locked and was afraid I wouldn't make it out of there! - Crystal Kramer
Mar 2015 - $1.00
This park no longer exists. Not sure why it is still here. This was a TT park, but hasn't been in years. - PugetSound
May 2012 - $32.00
What a beautiful and clean environment! We enjoyed the views and proximity to the slopes. We'll be returning here in the future. - Groarkelis
Dec 2005 - $32.00
Cascade is a very nice membership campground. Located close to Snoqualmie Pass is a good base camp for skiing also close to Seattle area and shopping. The park is nicely maintained and offers many activities during the summer season but is very quiet in the winter season. - bgenoe