Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $50.00
Where to start with my comments. First the website falsely leads you to believe that this is a beautiful and peaceful place to stay near the water. 2 out of the 4 photos are not from the park. Out of the sites they have only 5 or so we're available for over night stays. This is 90% permanent stays, although they are mostly tidy in appearance. This place is WAY overpriced for the type of park and experience. Based on where we have stayed on this trip and what we have paid at other places this is outrageous! The sites are gravel and very close together and we had concerns about getting our 40' bus out of the lot. There are not many options in town and we planned on visiting Seattle so for a base camp was ok. We would not stay here again. The manager was helpful but very concerned with the actual age of our coach and didn't know what a conversion was to understand the look of our setup. Although he later explained that the older motor homes have propane systems that don't meet their insurance standards. He almost turned us away without explaining that when we were making reservations. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $40.00
This is an update on some two year old reviews. This is an OK park. A very friendly and helpful manager. Sites are gravel with paved roads, they are 20-25ft wide and 38ft plus deep. There are 10 pull through sites that are 25ft by 75ft. There are long stay units but the only items stored outside was lawn furniture. There were no safety concerns in our 4 night stay. Free WiFi is slow but OK. There is only one unisex toilet/ shower that is disabled set up. All cars/ RVs parked off road. We have a 44ft 5er and maneuvering was tight, but big motor homes would have no trouble. The landscaping could certainly use some attention. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Rented space for a month. Price quoted does not factor in $20 to read electric box, $25 for two rigs (including the one you pull with). Overflow parking, 5 spaces. Even tho they take all info down your rigs may not fit the space. Might have to drive your 2nd vehicle to park elsewhere. Hwy 99 is six lanes here, getting out is difficult even in a car. Washing machines were dirty with a sign that said "Please wipe down when finished", they obviously don't clean them. One dumpster for 65 sites, full before pick-up day. Gravel, no grass. Friendly manager, but this park has problems. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $42.00
As soon as I drove into this Park, I knew it was going to be a disappointment. It is very obvious on entry why the Park website has artists drawings of the park and no photos. The layout is as described on the website, but the sites are very overgrown and neglected. The description of the park on the website is probably the worst case of false advertising I have ever seen. Most of the sites are occupied by long term residents, and their belongings, piled around and under their RV's. The sites are gravel (overgrown with weeds), with what once was a grass strip and cedar hedges separating them. The cedars have been cut down, and the grass is mostly weeds. The person in the office was friendly. The website advertises 99 channels of cable TV. I got 27 channels, three of which were shopping channels, and three of local government. This park is way overpriced at $42.00 per night. I would not stay here again! We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $50.00
This is a trailer park with many old (old) RV's. The sites are incredibly small. We had less than 4 inch clearance on either side when backing in and could not open our awning as we were far too close to the neighbors. Most of the permanent people work shifts at Boeing, so our neighbor came home in his truck at 2-3 am every night. Manager (owner) not helpful and will tell you anything to sell you the site: as a few FT RVers like us found out the hard way. Many RV's are too long for the sites allocated and have to park out onto the road. Sometimes 3 feet which is against fire regulations and dangerous as the street is very narrow. You can not get a refund once you pay, so take extreme care if you chose this park. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
The good: Park is convenient to Walmart (across the street). The bad: Very tight park with units right next to each other. Many of the residents looked to be full timers or close to it. Not the type of place you want to come and bring your kids. Water came out very rusty and had to let it run for several minutes to where it was close to usable. I certainly wouldn't drink the water. If you're just looking for a place to hook up for a night or two, and you want to be right in the middle of a congested area, I guess its OK. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Owner is very knowledgeable and helpful. Park is conveniently located to shopping areas and to Seattle to the South and Victoria, B.C. to the north. They do have a problem with standing water but they are working on it. Has cable TV and Wi-Fi. Places are fairly close to each other. Road noise is tolerable. We would stay here again if we were passing by. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $42.00
Kind of hard to find the entrance off Highway 99. Signage pretty obscure. They have welcoming office staff. We drive a 37 ft. motorhome and tow a Honda CRV. Site was narrow, but doable: couldn't extend our slide-outs fully. Park amenities were adequate and the bathroom/shower was clean. Dog area was at the end of potholed rutted area, and unpleasant w/droppings. Wi-Fi service was available for $$. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
If you like to find used condoms in your gravel, tiny space for your RV with a transvestite nightclub in the front of the park then this is where you stay. We camped at Harbour Point RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.