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Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $25.00
This park is very convenient for access to the greater Seattle area; just blocks off Exit 17 on I-90. Local paved walking trail directly across from park entrance. Sites are gravel and close together, but no worse than other urban area RV parks. There is grass, trees and wild rabbits! Some sites are tricky for 5th wheels, but doable. Manager is very willing to work with customers to get the right site. Clean, reasonably priced laundry; clean restrooms. Highway noise didn't bother us. Park will pick up your empty propane tank, refill it and deliver back to your site for modest service charge. We will stay here again. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $44.00
Managers are really bad. They aren't pet friendly though they advertise they are. Noisy. A lot of permanent residents that beg for money from other RVer's. Mangers know they do it but don't stop them. Washing machines are bad. The spots are close together and when it rains which it does a lot in Seattle it is a mess. Way overpriced for the quality of the park. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $49.00
This campground is living in the past. Most of the sites are occupied by seasonal campers. The remaining sites are very close together. In fact, the site we were assigned was so close to one neighbor that to walk around our Class C we had to walk on their site. Our site was level but we could not extend our awning because the camper on the other side of us had a slide out. This seemed to be the norm here. The park manager and his wife certainly do not know how to run a cg. In fact, I'm not sure if they even care about their campers based on our experiences with them. Propane is available only three days a week and only for an hour at a time. To me this is an indicator of how little they are interested in meeting the needs of their campers. We had an electrical problem and they weren't concerned about it. The maintenance man solved our problem for the most part. The manager didn't even know what was going on with the two boxes in our site --- he was totally out in left field. Making matters worse, he said that previous occupants had the same complaints. FYI: they do not sell ice and offer very few supplies. There is no security even though the cg has three gates that allow access from the frontage road and a side road. When we booked our site we knew we would have to move after three days. We were assigned site 109. Sites 102 - 111 are along a fence that is fairly close to I-90 with increased road noise versus other sites in the park. More importantly, roots from the tree line, or what is left of it, protrude at least a foot above the ground in these sites. This makes it difficult to walk around in these sites and the ground is very wet. This problem could be easily be remedied with placement of gravel in these areas. This is just another indicator of how management is not fulfilling its responsibilities to campers. On a positive note, the bathrooms were clean. Without a doubt, I strongly recommend that you seek a campsite elsewhere when visiting the Seattle area. We would not stay at this cg if ever in Seattle again. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $49.00
This is a nice, quiet, clean, pet friendly campground. The manager and his wife were extremely helpful in giving directions to various places. On our way back to the campground after grocery shopping, our car overheated on I-90 a few miles from the campground exit. I called the campground to see if anyone could bring us some water. The manager brought us a 5-gallon jug of water and then gave us directions to a repair facility just off the next exit. We are so very grateful for his kindness to us. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $52.00
We stayed here for 3 weeks as we prepared to go fulltiming after living in the area for 14 years. It was convenient. Staff was friendly and campsite was clean. Sites are VERY tight (we were not able to extend our awnings fully) and our shore power was unreliable - our voltage meter was constantly fluctuating. Laundry and bathrooms/showers were adequate and clean. Highway noise was really loud. Very expensive (rate cited reflects the discounted weekly rate). We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $54.00
Easy to get into rv park, office staff very friendly, instructions how to get to campsite clear, clean rv park, minimal noise from freeway. Definitely a good site for an overnighter for us, and would come back again if ever back in the area. Normally do not give rating of 9 unless real happy with business or park. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $45.00
The good news is this park has a nice laundry room. The park is clean and well maintained. The bad news is it is right next to the I-90 and the noise is amazing. I have never been in such a noisy park. In addition, the spaces are very narrow. We had to be careful not to hit our head on the neighbor's slide out. It did not help that the guy in the next space really crowded the space. Sadly, this is about the best place to stay in the Seattle area as parks are very limited. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $30.00
OK, we have stayed here several times, only because there is no other half way decent park around Seattle. Staff are friendly, park is clean. The spots are VERY narrow and if you have slides on both sides, you have to really watch where you park as you will hit a tree, a pole, or your neighbors slide out. The noise is not that bad really since you will not be sitting outside. There is really just no room between rigs to do this. The price is crazy for what you get, but they can get these prices since they are really the only game in town, and they know it. The laundry is clean, but you can only do about a half load in these machines since the water level is so low, but they give you a bucket that you can fill in the sink to help fill the machine higher if you want. We have traveled the country and I have never paid this much and gotten so little, but again, it comes down to them being the only ones in Seattle Area unless you go up to Everett and then that park is even more tight. Al these parks were designed with travel trailers were 18 feet and no slides I think. If you must stay in and around Seattle, well then you have no choice really, but these types of parks make you think twice about even visiting the area. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $43.00
This is a clean park mostly extended stay people. Not very fancy but close to Seattle and very functional. The interior roads were tight and the sites very narrow,gravel and difficult to level, however the hookup were well placed. The laundry room was clean. We would stay here again We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $44.00
Sites are very tight, but relatively level. Just off interstate, but noise isn't too bad. Plenty of shopping and restaurants within short distance. About the only RV park-option for big rigs if you want to visit Seattle. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $39.00
Rate reflects Good Sam disc which they gave us on the weekly rate- most don't. Pricey for the condition of the park, but about normal for the area. It's an older park, not much to look at, but it's clean and the staff is Very friendly. We ran out of propane on Sat night, and the office gal had gone back to the office late for something and just happened to be there to hear our voice mail left in desperate hope. She went to others in the park to find a spare one to bring to us to use. I call that above and beyond. We didn't use it. We have a fireplace and it wasn't that cold so we got by. But it speaks volumes of the place. It's not a "pretty" place, but safe, friendly, and accommodating. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $44.00
I believe this was one of the closest places to Seattle for our 38' motorcoach. The freeway noise was tolerable. We were right next to the freeway, and to the restroom. I have to say that it wasn't my favorite place, but the people were friendly, the internet worked (although slow), the restrooms were clean and the staff was friendly. I wish there was a closer place to Seattle that could accommodate our rig because the traffic had to be timed to avoid getting stuck in rush hour commutes. Seattle turns out to be one of my favorite cities to visit, and this campground looks like a good place to stay if you can get to sites further back. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $52.00
We made reservations in advance for this park. We specifically asked if the grounds were gravel or pavement or dirt. We were told some are gravel, most are pavement. When we arrived, we were assigned to a back-in space (fine) that was partially blacktop and partially dirt with fine mulch. It was raining and it was a muddy mess. The spaces are so narrow that our slides were literally 5" from the neighbors awning. There was no chance we could've ever opened our awning. We had to step out into the muddy mess. When we asked about WiFi, the desk clerk said, "We've been having trouble lately so it's iffy." Not what I wanted to hear from a $50+/night park. Plus, it was right next to the freeway so the trucks hitting their 'jake' brakes all night was not enjoyable either. Never, ever stay at this park! We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $50.00
Staff was very pleasant and gave us a spot near the showers, as requested. Price reflects AAA/GS discount. The park features a small children's play area and has a laundry (which we didn't use). It is very close to I-90, so there is freeway noise, but a sound barrier seemed to help. Wi-Fi worked and was reasonably fast. Cable TV had about 30 channels. The spaces were smallish/close together and the general ambiance was OK, but I rated it a bit lower due to the impression of value received considering the cost. I'd stay here again, if necessary. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $44.00
This was an adequate park, but fairly tight both in spot size and going through. The staff were very nice, but we were in one of only two pull-through spots and ours was right next to the restrooms. With our slides out there really wasn't any space left. We would camp here again but only as a stopover or to see the kids (which is why we were here this time) but would not enjoy sitting out in our spot. Next to freeway, but aren't they all and next to a supply house of some sort. We camped at Issaquah Village RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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