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24 RV Parks near Hamilton, Washington
We did however find 24 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 2018 - $1.00
We stayed here again this year for our "week out" of the park that's closer to our family. It's a long drive from here to Everett, but there aren't many choices and this one's free for us as 30-year Leisure Time members (the name of this group of campgrounds before Thousand Trails purchased them). We struggled to find a spot that was long enough for us, but finally managed to get to one in the E section - it looks like they've recently done some grading of sites in there; lots of wood/tree debris pushed around. That section is entered with a very steep downhill part, but we managed OK in our 68' rig. Our site was fairly easy to back into, but not very level. We didn't use any of the amenities this time except the bathroom, and two of the centrally located bathrooms were closed - one had porta-potties outside. They have four others, one near the pool. It was some problem with the electricity, people were getting shocked in the showers! They had been dealing with the electric company for some time and not getting very far it seems. As mentioned before, this park is long and parallels the freeway, so expect some noise. It's fairly constant, which makes it like white noise. Lots of trees, it's a wooded, rustic experience. Sites are first-come, first served. Don't expect a sewer site, there are only 17 of those. They'll put you on a waiting list, but who wants to move once you're already set up? Just plan on using your own tanks and their bathrooms. The dump station is awkward for rigs as big as ours, we dumped at the rest area on I-5. Southbound there's one near Arlington and another near Marysville, with multiple dump lanes and easy access. Northbound, there's one just past the freeway entrance from the campground. You can actually see it from the campground if you hike around the perimeter trail. Drive out Bow Rd across the freeway and you can turn right at the Bow Post Office intersection at Hwy 11 and be on Chuckanut Drive. It's a nice drive with views of the water, and a state park. The drive ends in Bellingham, a nice place to explore. College town, so plenty of cheap and interesting places to eat and drink. - Denise and Glenn
Aug 2018 - $1.00
We had previously stayed at this campground in Sept 2017 - it was quite rainy then, so we did not spend much time outside our rig. This time, we stayed only 2 days, but we had friends come to visit so we spend a good time outside the rig. Even though the traffic noise on I-5 was definitely noticeable, it wasn't so loud as to make conversation difficult outside the rig. - pattic777
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 - $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
Aug 2018 - $41.00
We love this park. Spaces in KOA back-in are wide and long. Good utilities including water pressure. Lots of trees. Just came from a cement jungle in Canada, so this was a welcome treat. Trash dumpsters are few and far between, but we just dumped when we went out. Very friendly staff, no TV, but good wi-fi either with your Verizon Mi-Fi or their's, which is $15 for a week. Very good signal. Not too far from Burlingame or Concrete. Just a very peaceful place to relax. Lots of kids, but hardly any noise. - WSKeifer
Aug 2018 - $50.00
Site was great, large, relatively level, shade trees and we felt safe. BUT if you are camping here because it is a KOA with a pool/mini golf/jumping pillow, you will be disappointed! Pool is TINY - very undersized for the number of sites they have. Jumping pillow is old and not very bouncy anymore and mini golf is sad...which would not be a big deal, except it costs extra $ to play mini golf and jump on the pillow. It is a combined KOA and Thousand Trails, which I don't really know what that means except some sites (those closest to pool) are reserved for TT members. We like staying at KOA's because of the amenities, but even our kids (under 10) don't want to go back because it just wasn't what we expected based on our other KOA experiences. - 4Baines
Aug 2018 - $17.00
This is a unusual park. We get Thousand Trails now through RPI, and this one is also a KOA. So with our $10 price through RPI, which is never just $10, in this case it came to $16.50. We seem to really be in a KOA because all the people who work here are wearing KOA shirts. And there are a lot of people working here. Very good friendly service from everyone, we did our laundry and it was clean, newish, and a nice lady in a KOA shirt went and got change for us. The park is huge, sort of crowded, but the spaces are not lined up like a parking lot, and there are lots of trees so it seems less crowded than it really is. Like most KOA's that we have been to, it is great for kids and there are lots playing. Would definitely come back here. - Russell G
Aug 2018 - $22.00
Timberline is a lovely park in a setting of old growth pine trees. It is beautiful; the sites are level, the water is very good at 60 ppm though the water pressure is very low. We fill our tank, slowly, and then operate on the RV's water pump. That works out fine. The manager is very nice, friendly, and helpful. Cable is provided though you will need a 'cable box' to use it. The clubhouse is wonderful with a full kitchen, two fireplaces - one wood burning, and a wood grill built into the fireplace. However, it doesn't appear to be used often. Everything is locked and you are provided a key. I was told this is to prevent the locals from shooting drugs in the bathrooms. There is no pool or other amenities. The park is generally quite with a couple barking dogs now and again. It wasn't bothersome. We couldn't manage to get connected to the park's WiFi. I'm told it is good and, Verizon is very strong in the park at 20 Mbps. Spoiling the ambiance, a little is the fact that the vast majority are longtime tenants of the toothless type. Transits are few. We were here a week and saw only one stop for a night. One of the managers said he witnesses numerous RV pull in, take a drive through the park and leave. Business seems terrible here, and I don't understand why as the setting is beautiful. The park apparently subsists on the long-term trade who can't afford to live anywhere else. It's a pity. The Cascade Mountains and Cascade National Park are next door though during our stay the smoke from the wildfires limited visibility to the end of your nose. There are 31 total sites with four sites available for transits. - The Penguin
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
Aug 2018 - $25.00
This is an excellent place to spend the night. I had tried to get reservations somewhere in the area, and stopped at a couple of places which had no room. This park doesn't take reservations a far as I know, but was about half full, when we got there, but filled mostly up by night. Electric and Water and good wi-fi to use with our xfinity account. The camp host was super nice, in a nice park with kids playing. - Russell G
Jun 2018 - $25.00
We stay here often as an overnight stop. Bathrooms are up a hill. Very quiet and well maintained. - rolling homeless
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
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
Aug 2018 - $47.00
Rate of $47/night includes 10% KOA discount and additional $25 discount for rewards points. Site was a gravel pull-thru that was level and had a concrete patio with picnic table and a fire pit. The site was FHU with 50 amps. The park WiFi was iffy. We had good Verizon cell reception but very weak internet reception. We had good DishTV satellite reception. The park has a narrow gated entry/exit access road and a very narrow bridge that leads to the big rig sites. The sites are nice, but the price is a negative factor. - Dave51
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
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