24 RV Parks near Issaquah, Washington
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Getting a place to stay in this area is tough, getting a reservation at a nice park like Blue Sky, nearly impossible. I was lucky enough to get one month here as I had to return to the area to do some "warranty" work on a prior job from 3 yrs ago. This park is very well kept and the restrooms/showers were great especially with where I was located (#51). There is a mixture of small and large RV's, all of which are newer and the people residing here show a sense of pride. - PatAnd
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Beautiful park close to Seattle area. Very popular so difficult to get a reservation on short notice. Site spaces are close together like a lot of parks but OK. - Doug Toye
Jul 2015 - $45.00
We needed a place to stay outside of Seattle on our way home. Being that it was the Sunday after the 4th we didn't figure we'd find anything. But low and behold they had a early departure. We arrived late, they left all the information needed on the office door. It's not cheap but I wanted full hook up's since we were low on water. Getting into the site was a bit of a challenge. Some of the sites are located on the side of a hill, trying to back into this site proved to be a challenge at 1AM. I almost gave up, but eventually made it.
I found they only offer 20amp or 50amp plug-ins, I've never bothered to carry a 50-30amp dog-bone. So we stuck with the 20amp, happy we didn't need A/C. Water pressure here was weak at best.
The site itself was nothing special, room for a couple chairs, no fire pit and you're looking right into the next site. It was all asphalt and clean though. The area is heavily treed and even with the Freeway close by it was quiet. I'd gather many that stay here are with them for extended periods, the larger sites look to be occupied by full timers. - Y-Guy
May 2017 - $55.00
Our 3rd time here, 2nd time in Site 115 a pull thru! All sites are close to each other. Easy access, located off I-90 Freeway, so constant traffic noise, but large trees help filter it. Great paved fenced walking path along I-90, so you can easily walk 2-5 miles' round trip. Park is well maintained and the hostess is great to work with. Good wi-fi and cable variety. Although pricey for the size, it is very convenient to many shopping stores and for us close to our grand-kids home. - mandrgames
Aug 2016 - $50.00
The best thing about this park is the location. Easy access right off Hwy 90, withing a few miles of shopping, restaurants etc., nice walking path across the street.
Sites are paved, close together, with a picnic table. There are back in and pull thru sites. Restrooms are clean and nice. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Wifi worked most of the time, but was intermittent. Cable TV worked fine.
There is highway noise, and it is very loud, and it is pricey, but I would stay here again for the convenience of being near family. - trussman
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Not a fancy park. No frills. But you can't beat the location to Seattle. Paved surfaces. Big rig friendly. Nearby walking biking path. - Cake on the beach
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Campground is close to interstate but quiet. Nice scenery on lake with mountain views. Had W/E only and the sites are extremely narrow but very long. Close with a slide out but managed OK. Firepits available. Nice choice for proximity to city. - CCMcLeod
Sep 2015 - $35.00
This is a fairly clean park. During the day there's some traffic and aircraft noise; at night it's quiet.
20 amp plus water sites are long, non-level grass and dirt with no shade. Utilities are at the back, and half are on the wrong side. Full hookup sites are shorter, non-level gravel and grass, with utilities in the usual locations. Each site has a picnic table.
Roads are asphalt in fair condition with some potholes and many annoying speed bumps.
There's one private shower per gender, $0.25 for 5 minutes. The men's shower is inadequately ventilated and usually muddy, with discolored tiles, a torn shower curtain, and cobwebs. I saw one silverfish.
Verizon LTE works well.
WiFi is strong. I measured 571.6 kB/s down.
Staff are friendly and helpful.
There are strong terrestrial broadcast TV signals from CBS and ION.
Laundry: 2 top-loaders ($1.75), 2 dryers ($1.50).
Rate is total with tax for a 20 amp site. - wjzcbn
Jun 2015 - $33.00
This place sucks! We were in space 16. The water and electric is over in space 15 next to us but unless you have long hoses and elect cord you won't hook up. Also it's only 20 amp service and recommend not using air conditioning as it will pop the breakers. We tried it at 90 degrees who would stay if you can't use air conditioners!?! It worked and didn't pop breaker. Also, pets have to stay inside camp spot on a leash. They cant even go to water and can't be walked inside campground. The woman of the campground isn't nice. Husband is a great guy! - Corey Esson
Dec 2016 - $47.00
Sites are in the trees which is nice. Pads were flat, but no concrete. Adds to a "campground" feel, but given the frequency of rain, a pad would help to reduce the amount of mud tracked into the RV. Our site had water and electricity, but no sewer.
The amenities (clubhouse, etc) were closed for the season and I feel the price should have been more significantly reduced. - danlp
Oct 2016 - $50.00
Was a nice experience camping there for the weekend. We enjoyed ourselves. - Natural Witch
Sep 2016 - $51.00
This CG is literally in a forest. Located off Washington route 202, about 4 miles north of Fall City, WA. Turn east on SE 8th street and go - seriously - uphill to the CG. Route 202 is asphalt in excellent condition. Only staff encountered was attendant at a guard-like shack at the CG entrance. Credit cards accepted. CG roads are wide, dirt/gravel with hard-to-see speed bumps. Turns are wide with no obstacles. FHU-20/30. Sites are wide, dirt/gravel, all back-in, with no landscaping. Sites are private, relatively level with water and electric at mid-rig. No sewer - use dump stations. No patio. Picnic tables. Lots of trees makes satellite antenna placement tricky. Fires are permitted based on drought conditions. No firewood sales. Good water pressure and taste. No office so no store. Restrooms/showers are clean and modern (score "A"). No propane sales. Laundry. Small playground by the pool. Seasonal, nice pool and spa with adult rec room, sauna (yes, a sauna). No cable TV. No Wi-Fi at sites but available in rec room. Verizon coverage at "3-bars"; Jetpack has 4G at "2-bars". No noise and no night lights. Bug Report: no notable insects. No recycling bins. - StephenK
May 2017 - $45.00
This is THE closest RV park to downtown Seattle, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and the University of Washington Medical Center. If you have a family member being cared for at these facilities, this is THE campground to stay at. Staff is friendly and courteous. There is propane refill on site, and they have a procedure for leaving your empty tank and coming back later and picking up your full tank. It is not a scenic park with trails and views. It is an urban park with access to the city and all that includes. If you are staying here, the bus stops about 3 minutes away and runs to the park and ride where you can transfer to get anywhere. The main route at that stop goes to the UW or to Issaquah. Beats driving and parking. - RayB
Nov 2016 - $35.00
I've stayed at this park as a guest and noticed The management has serious issues. They were very rude. I've seen them screaming at other residents of the park. I can't believe the way the lady of the park and this other employee were treating guests of park . It definitely didn't make me want to stay or ever come back. - Camperfarmer
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here for 3 weeks to see family. This is 'urban' camping at its worse. Location is good for Seattle and surrounding area however, you are parked in a large, old parking lot. Virtually no room between rigs, many of which are permanent, old rigs. Traffic noise from 1-90 right outside. No Wi-Fi at site - only at the office. We hope to never have to go here again. - OBzrv
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Well kept park. Not much privacy there. It is a very beautiful place. - KamperKen
Sep 2015 - $28.00
There is a big open field in the middle between all the campsites and several bike trails through the area. It's a pretty, and a relaxing place. However the only dump station nearby is at the same business that runs the laundry. Both are expensive. - Keystone Trail
Jul 2015 - $28.00
This is a very small campground. All sites are pull-through off the circle drive so they are an odd shape. Full hook ups. Very quiet. There is a historical bridge on the property over a river. Very pretty. The sites aren't quite level. Verizon signal was excellent. - Susan C.
Mar 2016 - $40.00
We were there for a quiet stop but really enjoyed the quiet. Our gravel site was spacious, had some shade, and included a picnic table. - Rvmomma
Jul 2015 - $34.00
Never again! This could be such a nice RV/campground but it's not! Right on river but so overgrown you can't get to it. Bathroom is so dirty my husband would not even think about using them, and he's not very picky. Sites are on top of each other, there is no Wi-Fi , laundry, game room, etc...but yet they charge $34.00 a night. The only thing this park has going for it is location it's about 35 mins from downtown Seattle. But about 15 miles away in Carnation WA, there is a better place. Also lots of live in people with junk every where that ruins a park for me. FYI; there is no sign saying turn here for this RV park and our GPS did not have the turn right, when I told the lady at check-in about this she say's "happens ALL the time!" Not sure if it happens all the time why you would not change it, but... So if you miss the turn you end up in a roundly round or small downtown area. Turn right before the bridge. - laears
Jun 2015 - $31.00
Park is OK for a stay of a week or so. Short supply of parks in the general Seattle area. Entrance road is horrible - really not wide enough for two lanes, so you must go slow. Speed bumps every few feet. Typical riverside park with elevated electrical hookup because of being in flood plain. Staff friendly, but there is a depressed feeling about the place. Everything is JUST OK. Lots of weekenders which is to be expected because of the river. - PugetSound
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
May 2017 - $45.00
This is really a wonderful place to stay. I can only think of one downside and that is their wifi arrangement. You get only one hour per day and it must be used at exactly the same hour every day. After that you can sign up and pay by the hour or day. Why not just raise the price to stay by $5.00 and let it be included? Other than that it is very scenic with small lakes within. Easy access to all that Seattle has to offer. Will definitely stay again. - HR650
May 2017 - $44.00
Nice park with paved sites that are level. Very pictuesque with a lot of the sites having a water view. Very quiet at night. We had a 50 amp site, but it kept tripping the breaker. The office sent help right away. There were ants nesting in there. Tech cleared them out and replaced the breaker, but that didn't work either. We just used our "dogbone" and used 30 amp. No problems after that ax didn't need to use A/C. Office staff friendly and helpful at check-in, when we called about yhe electric and when we went in for tourist info. We would stay there again. Disappointed in cable as it was less than basic and only got 12 local channels. No ESPN or others that are usually included in Basic. - Dream Chasers
May 2017 - $44.00
The park is beautifully landscaped. there was no problems with local TV (air) service, no cable connection at our site. Wifi provided $$$ was not tried. We did not use the washrooms. While they do have an Rv storage area, we also were not accommodated with a temporary parking spot when the needed due to an early arrival (1 hr). They refer customers to the local Safeway which is posted as a tow away zone. Our pull thru site was difficult for a fifth wheel to maneuver into without driving on grass and trees scratching the sides. We did observe several "green" RVs and vehicles & some Rv were no longer road worthy. Parked in the extra parking near our site was a motorcycle with expired plates (3-15). It was not moved while we were there, we assume it was abandoned. The local police stopped by daily looking for our neighbor who was never there. The "No refunds" policy kept us there for the planned 10 day stay, otherwise we would have looked elsewhere. Very few RV parks in the area so maybe forced to stay again. - Miss Betty
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is camping for Elks members only . I consider this urban camping at its best. We stayed here five days; it was convenient to relatives house and also attractions in Seattle. If at all possible try to get the sites further back from the main street traffic; traffic is somewhat steady till late in the evening. There's also some walking residents that cut through the parking lot from the apartment complex behind the Elks Lodge. Sometimes you question first impressions, but there were no issues with anybody and everything was quiet and safe . I did ask the bartender inside the Elks, if they'd ever had any issues with vandalism. He said in the three years he had been there he had not experienced any so that was a good sign. Remember to call ahead as there are only eight sites there and it seems like people tend to stay for longer periods than what I normally see. I would try to get sites one through five if possible. There was a vacancy when we got there on a Friday which worked out for us, but nobody left till we left five days later. All utility hookups are in back of your parking spot which is a back-in, so plan accordingly. You may need longer sewer hoses, water hoses etc. but everything worked fine for us. I would say this, if you plan on camping here make sure you are comfortable with backing up in tight spots on a incline. Your spots are level, but you're on a grade backing in; tow car hook up and disconnect can be an issue. We used the fire lane for a short period of time. I would stay here again if in the area. - monaco cruiser