23 RV Parks near Hamilton, Washington
We did however find 23 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hamilton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hamilton in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This was our first time glamping here and we had a great time. Spots are a bit tight but we managed ok with our trailer (which is 30'6"). Pitches are close together but because of the trees you still get a feeling of privacy. The ace find was the beach - amazing! The mixture of terrain was also great - shady woodand, a huge meadow and the beach. Fantastic - we loved it. We were at site #3 and it was a 10 minute walk to the beach. There's no shade there so you may want to take an umbrella if you have small kiddo's or pets (& of course water/drinks). The Staff were great (really friendly) and the restrooms were clean. The only downside was not having a sewer connection but there's a dump station on site so no biggie and there's only a handful of sites with water & electric. We will definitely go back. - SmithsInSeattle
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Since this was to be my first trip towing a trailer and setting up alone, I picked this campground close to home and checked it out before going there. There were no space with hookups available so I reserved a basic pull through spot to avoid having to back in. When I arrived the next day, they remembered that I asked for hookups without sewer; they had a cancellation and saved it for me. They even followed me in and helped me back in!
The sites are in the woods, spacious size with brush between sites for privacy. Very clean sites; most looked fairly level. There is a different area for tents.
There are lots of trails around the park, to the river and across the street (cabins located there). The park is dog friendly; mine enjoyed hiking the trails with me.
I gave a lower level of value because of the reservation system. To reserve a spot, you have to book either online or by calling. There is an $8 fee for online booking; a $10 fee for calling in. To avoid the fee, you can arrive without a reservation and hope a space is available. - Jan_Williamson
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This campground is so beautiful! I enjoyed walking around the meadow hayfield and taking pictures of the mountains. The trails are great for those of us that don't really enjoy strenuous hikes. We went mid June and it rained on us quite a bit, but we made sure to venture out every time the rain let up. The bathrooms were very clean and I believe I paid 75 cents for 3 minutes which was long enough for me. The camp host sells firewood at his site. - Happy Camper 68
Sep 2017 - $1.00
This is a combined Thousand Trails and KOA campground. Certain sites are available for Thousand Trails. We were not able to get a full hookup site, but had a nice electric/water site in the trees. The campground is nice, and there seem to be a lot of activities during summertime (we were there in September after those were completed). We did find that some areas (specifically the road in front of the family center) which we tried to use to exit the campground after dumping at the dump station had very low trees, so we had to back up and turn around. - pattic777
Sep 2017 - $3.00
We enjoyed our stay. Check-in was quick and easy and it wasn't hard to find a nice site. The sites had a nice amount of space separating them from other sites, which we appreciated since we don't like campgrounds that put every site so close together. At least we had some room to sit outside without feeling crowded by a neighbor. The views around the campground were beautiful and it was conveniently located for visiting North Cascades National Park. Verizon worked well there.
We were a little disappointed that the bounce pad costs extra, but we were so busy when we were there that our kids never ended up using it anyway. We did play mini golf a couple of times and like most Thousand Trails, the mini golf is pretty run down and could use an upgrade. Since this park is also a KOA it was a little surprising to find the mini golf in such bad shape. Anyway, overall this was a nice place to stay and we would stay here again. - Love2Camp777
Jul 2017 - $1.00
Thousand Trails and KOA not a winning combo, we have been to 9 Thousand Trails parks this summer before stopping here all the other parks had extended the check in hours for the summer. This park would not let us check in till noon, we had to wait in the overflow area. I have had reservations for over a month but of course Thousand Trails won't reserve a site suitable for my rv. They make us all gather in the overflow area until noon and then we all race our rvs to the nearest site, I think that is a bad idea. One of them left early with his 30 amp travel trailer and beat me to the 50 amp site I had my eye on so I had to settle for a 30 amp site. Across the gravel road from me was 2 tents parked in a 50 amp site. At least they have gravel on the streets in this park which cuts down on the dust we have seen in most of the Thousand Trails parks we have been to this summer. They are understaffed no one at the gate so I had to use the call box and wait to check in and. The park was full over the weekend and the restrooms while very nice were too dirty to use. Our under powered site had plenty of space to put the slides out. - Team Health and Wealth
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Lots of permanent residents. But great to be sitting in the middle of tall pine trees. Breeze blowing and loved noise through trees. Manager very nice. Quiet park.
We had just come from Canada for a month and pretty much living off the grid. So nice to have 150+ cable channels & WiFi. - Long01
Sep 2015 - $24.00
We were the only transients in the park. Nice tall pine trees, soft pine needles on the ground. The spot we were in required leveling. Had to use WiFi repeater to get good internet. Host very pleasant and helpful. Good water pressure. Nice overnight stop on way to Seattle area. We would stay here again. - Jim Lee
May 2015 - $24.00
Tried to get a 50 amp site but they only have 2. Mostly long term residents in poor trailers. Lots of trees, cable TV worked well as did the WIFI. No dog park but places to walk the dogs outside the park. - ChiefUSN
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Clean park with access to the river. Quiet area and a very safe area. No dump or sewer hookups but does have water and electricity. A nice 45 minute drive to the North Cascades National Park. Climb the stairs to the restrooms but I didn't go there so I can not share any info on the restrooms. We would definitely stay here again. Good cell LTE service on Verizon and wifi thru our cable provider from Florida using our log on information but also can purchase wifi if needed. - RVing Across America
Aug 2017 - $10.00
A nice municipal campground hidden in the outskirts of Sedro-Wooley. We used one of the 10 tent sites (also 20 hookup sites available). The park is kind of an open field, some trees, but not a lot of privacy. The sites are gravel and grass. A bit unlevel but nothing major. Picnic table on site but no fire ring. Quiet area. We came back on our return and liked it again. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2015 - $23.00
Stayed at Riverfront Park in a 30' 2 slide motorhome. 30 amp electricity, water. No sewer. Large tree with shade. Dirt pad, grass. Pull through site. Host and Park Employee very friendly and helpful. Cost includes making a phone reservation. Otherwise, it would be $15.00 a night. Electrical box on a pole high in the air with steps up to it. Side by side spaces. - Jerryws98516
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Plain and simple RV sites at the city park. Full hookups including 50 amp service but the sewer connection is only on site 5. There's a total of 5 sites, each parallel to each other in a paved parking lot with only a painted line between each site. There's enough room to extend sliders but not much more. If you want to set up chairs, the whole park is available and it's a very nice park. There's room to walk the dog, have a picnic or just sit in the shade. Overall, a decent site and we'd stay here again if we needed an in-transit site. - fruffiii
Jun 2018 - $51.00
Despite # of calls, they didn't tell us about the road closure. Major changes since our last visit, have expanded park, upgraded facilities. Always enjoyed camping amidst the tall trees, and picking blackberries out by the creek. Bit taken back by all the security and rules; obviously reacting to some prior events. Had we had our family visit as in prior years, it would have been difficult. - RetiredUSN
Sep 2017 - $45.00
There are two sections to this park. We only needed 30 amp and were put in the older section which, unlike the new section, has trees and shade but also has very close sites that are a mixture of gravel and dirt with brown/green grass. The water and sewer were fine but the power was poor. If we used the AC or microwave, we needed to run the hot water tank and refrig on propane. If two draw items were used, i.e. hot water and microwave, etc., the voltage dipped into the red, well below 110. The park was far from full, but we were placed next to a long term tenant while there were 4 empty sites on the other side of us. We would stay again if we had to, but we would bite the bullet and stay in the 30/50 amp sites and pay the extra. - Bob and Pat
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Exactly as others have described it. Great staff, owners friendly, lots to do on the site for everyone. There were wild blackberries in the rear section we picked. We stayed there a month to visit the area and the location was perfect. Cascade loop, anacortes, Boeing tour, ferry to BC, drive to Vancouver, hiking and biking all possible from here. Close to shopping too. - Markra
Sep 2010 - $10.00
This campground is only available for racing events at the speedway, a banked dirt oval. You are parked in one of three fields on grass; some areas level, some not, bring lumber. You can arrive on Friday night for the Saturday races at no extra charge but the rate does double for the multi day events such as the World of Outlaws which we attended. There is water available to fill your tank if your arrive dry. The restrooms at the track are kept open for camper use and chemical toilets and garbage bins are placed through out. This all makes for an inexpensive enjoyable camping weekend if you enjoy racing as we do. I estimated 220 spaces, but there is plenty of space so no one is turned away; you just would have to walk a few more feet. - Procarver
Aug 2015 - $15.00
We were on the second loop and it was pretty wide open. (Got a little noisy). The pit toilets weren't very clean and the space wasn't very level. That being said- overall it wasn't too bad. The Lake was absolutely beautiful and nice to have a fire ring.
Found nicer sites (that felt more "foresty") further north along the lake. - ChristyAnc
Jun 2015 - $7.00
The best way to get to this park is on Baker Lake Rd. west of Concrete, as easy drive and you GPS will take you right to the park. The perimeter sites are mostly level and will be best suited for motor homes and large rigs. The interior sites will require some leveling but are mostly doable, we had no problem with our 25' TT. This park is owned and operated by an electric utility and is wired for power, so at some future date should get power. We will be returning, a very relaxing place. - Procarver
Sep 2012 - $2.00
We looked for this CG for quite a while before entering Concrete and getting directions. Our route was steep and curvy, but beautiful. It's about ten miles from Concrete. No GPS most of the way, but good Verizon and decent internet here via the phone. We are one of three camp rigs here today. It's a beautiful place with all but electricity. Porto Potties suffice. No showers. No charge to camp in this off-season. - Red Wolf Deux
Sep 2017 - $1.00
This campground is right along I-5, so although you cannot see it, you can hear traffic pretty continuously. Friends had cautioned us to have the windows down in the Jeep when we were selecting a site so we would hear whether the traffic noise was disturbing. We knew that the site had traffic noise, but thought that with the windows closed on the bus, we wouldn't hear it... it wasn't so loud as to be disruptive, but it was constant. The campground is very wooded and very long - if you select a site in the back, just driving in and out of the campground can take a while (at 5 MPH). Our nightly rate was $0 as Thousand Trails Family Courtesy Card holders. - pattic777
Aug 2017 - $0.00
This campground is Thousand Trails, and as such was set up for family camping many years ago. Amenities are older, and some could use some sprucing up, but overall the place was clean. Very dusty, but they were having a record dry spell when we were there, so it's to be expected. Obviously it would be enormously expensive and wasteful to try to "water" the roads. I'm sure they have the opposite problem when it's raining the rest of the year! There aren't any sewer hookups, so even though they may advertise them, there's only 17 out of over 200 sites and the long-term purchasers have snapped those up. Expect a more rustic camping experience, lots of trees, a nice pool-kiddie pool-hot tub area, mini-golf that could use a bit of an update, and good playground facilities. The clubhouse was very nice, and the little store there had the basics. All-in-all, a very good place to spend a couple weeks if you're a member and need to stay in the area. - Denise and Glenn
Jun 2017 - $3.00
Overall this TT campground was pretty good. Most sites are only W/E, but the bathrooms are spaced well and in good condition. As many reviews note, the roads are definitely dusty if its not raining. Sites and spacing are generally good, some sites available with more sun, some with more shade.
Our biggest problem was the electric, which couldn't handle the draw when the weather spiked into the upper-80s and had people running (multiple) ACs. - Breezy-N-Wheezy
Jan 2008 - $20.00
Located on a corner next to a ma and pa's restaurant. Resembles a parking lot. Kind of depressing to look at. - johnpmcelroy