1 Park near Issaquah, Washington
Jul 2015 - $52.00
Read all the other reviews about the small lot size; its true. Pay attention to what others have said about traffic noise; they are not exaggerating; this was by far the noisiest campground we have ever (in over 30 years) stayed in; I-90 is across the street and there is never a slow time.
Read the reviews about the friendly staff; they are true. The folks go our of their way to help.
This campground lets you leave your RV unattended for a side trip via boat or plane to cruise or run up to Vistoria (or anyplace else).
The campground is supper convenient to Seattle. Don't miss the chance to get into Issaquah; there are some neat place to eat and all the shops and chain stores you could need. - TRDAWG
Jun 2015 - $47.00
They were able to get us in same day. Staff is very friendly. Some spaces are gravel while others are blacktop. There is room to breath between sites. Grass. No fenced dog run. Easy access. There are some big trees. Ask for those sites. - CMHerman
May 2015 - $35.00
The staff is friendly but the park is old and sites are small. We were in site 37, which is probably one of the best. Most were smaller than advertised. The overwhelming thing about this park is the noise. It is a few hundred yards from I-90. The freeways in this area are in terrible condition probably due to the winter wear and tear. As a result, even in a car the tire noise drowns out the GPS. Imagine how much worse it is outside the vehicle. Then multiply that by a hundred cars/minute. The ambient noise in the park is the worst I have ever experienced in over 300 RV parks. The only saving grace is that it is steady and inside our rig we drowned out the noise with AC. We are in a 40' RV with a tow car. BTW, I don't remember the nightly rate so I guessed. - DGHenry