27 Parks near Lynnwood, Washington
Jul 2014 - $31.00
The sites in this park are very close together but if you can get by that the park is convenient to public transportation into Seattle, the managers are very nice and helpful. The park tenants were very friendly and the laundry facilities, clubhouse, and restrooms were clean. Good value camping. - hbcamper
Aug 2012 - $12.00
Rate is based on monthly rental (plus electric). Very tight park, but great facilities - good electric, free wifi at the site, small lodge with book exchange. Very friendly staff. Walk to stores. Bus service on street in front of park. Park is behind (new) Mercedes dealership, so is somewhat hard to find. Watch for small trailer type sign along road. We would/will definitely stay here again if we need to be in the Lynnwood area. - earlymun
Oct 2009 - $32.00
Access to the campground is through the parking lot of another business, easy to miss the signs and the driveway entrance. Interior roads are paved, but sites are gravel. The sites are extremely tight; I had to crawl under my neighbor's slide to connect my power and water. My site was not level and too short, the manager had to put warning cones in the roadway. No room for my tow rig, so I had to shuffle it around among open spots in neighboring sites. We were parked under the brightest floodlight ever made - I had to tape a black garbage bag over my vent dome to sleep. Most of the residents are permanent, with only about six for transients. I stayed here because of the location near the hospital and ferry, but never again. - Doug Atterbury
Oct 2016 - $21.00
A quiet park located near Seattle. This time of year it is $21 a night with a monthly rate. During the "season" it rises to $39.00. It has a small lake with Canadian Geese and mallards. It is full most of the time. We have great reception with Dish Network but Verizon wifi is very slow. We hope they improve this service before we leave in May. - rolling homeless
Oct 2016 - $40.00
One of the nicest rv parks we have stayed at! Spacious, clean, picturesque. - Judy2shoes
Sep 2016 - $44.00
Nice location if you want to do the Seattle visit. Quiet in spite of its nearness to I-405. Sites are adequate, but some can pose parking problems trying to get situated. - grandflic
Sep 2016 - $50.00
For an overnight this would be OK. Sites are exceptionally tight. We needed a spot over Labor Day weekend and this was all we could find. We have a 40' motor home (14' wide with slides out) with a tow car and the site we were given was 41' long and 22' wide. We could barely open the car door. Additionally the site was so unlevel we had to not only block up the jacks but put wood blocks under the back tires. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms were slightly dated but clean. The dumpster for garbage disposal was a mess and in desperate need of attention. If you are over 36' long, make sure you get an interior site, those are longer, but still very unlevel as many people had wheels off the ground or were blocked up. - Carol Warren
Aug 2016 - $65.00
It's hard to know how the owners can claim this to be a "resort." The price is 30% more for 30% less than other parks. The problem is that there are not that many parks close to the Seattle area.
With a lot of work to catch up on we booked this park expecting the Wi-Fi would be decent for such a quality, high priced "resort" but in three days we never did have WiFi at either or two sites we stayed in. The owner admitted in one instance that second site we moved to #24 had problems, but told my wife on a separate occasion that it was our problem. I wound up sitting in the laundry room for 6 hours (this was the owners suggestion). Neighbors adjacent to us also could not connect.
As to the claim of a "resort" - you might expect a community room, pool, hot tub or something other than your piece of concrete. None of these normal "resort" amenities are available here.
The park is an urban one in an industrial area: very convenient to two or three RV sales/service places. OK for a safe place to park, but that's it. - Ray333
Aug 2016 - $75.00
Sites are very small in the length and width. There was 29 inches between sites, I measured it. Access to sites on narrow roads that required several attempts to get our 45 foot motorhome into the site. TV satellite was blocked by a tree. Our site he had a severe slope such that I needed 6 inches of blocks under one Jack. No picnic table. The site was called a pull through but the front and back hung out into the roads and the car needed to be parked next to the motorhome. Would not recommend. Dog parks were in terrible condition. - HHIDUDE
Jan 2017 - $20.00
Staff is friendly and very efficient. Park is clean and quiet. Laundry and bathroom facilities are always tidy and clean. Internet is sometimes spotty but if you call they reset router immediately. Long term has option of upgrading cable and Internet. Trash bins in dog areas are replaced daily. Lake is properly kept and people have all been very friendly. I have been very satisfied. - CrookedHalo
May 2016 - $46.00
Prices rise in the "high use" time so it is very pricey. Roads and sites are narrow and hard to negotiate. It is convenient for doctor appointments in Seattle but we most likely will not stay her again due to the cost. - rolling homeless
Apr 2016 - $42.00
Advertised cable... ha ha! If you like the emergency alert station and xfinity infomercials. 3 stations in total. Don't advertise cable if you don't have it.
Internet; they should really get their money back from their non service provider. Couldn't log on the two evenings we stayed.
Funny thing, after numerous attempts I couldn't even submit this review.
Won't come back. - Diego Stevens
Nov 2014 - $50.00
Where to start with my comments. First the website falsely leads you to believe that this is a beautiful and peaceful place to stay near the water. 2 out of the 4 photos are not from the park. Out of the sites they have only 5 or so we're available for over night stays. This is 90% permanent stays, although they are mostly tidy in appearance. This place is WAY overpriced for the type of park and experience. Based on where we have stayed on this trip and what we have paid at other places this is outrageous! The sites are gravel and very close together and we had concerns about getting our 40' bus out of the lot. There are not many options in town and we planned on visiting Seattle so for a base camp was ok. We would not stay here again. The manager was helpful but very concerned with the actual age of our coach and didn't know what a conversion was to understand the look of our setup. Although he later explained that the older motor homes have propane systems that don't meet their insurance standards. He almost turned us away without explaining that when we were making reservations. - KellyLynnHoff
Sep 2014 - $40.00
This is an update on some two year old reviews. This is an OK park. A very friendly and helpful manager. Sites are gravel with paved roads, they are 20-25ft wide and 38ft plus deep. There are 10 pull through sites that are 25ft by 75ft. There are long stay units but the only items stored outside was lawn furniture. There were no safety concerns in our 4 night stay. Free WiFi is slow but OK. There is only one unisex toilet/ shower that is disabled set up. All cars/ RVs parked off road. We have a 44ft 5er and maneuvering was tight, but big motor homes would have no trouble. The landscaping could certainly use some attention. - TedandJan
Jun 2012 - $42.00
Rented space for a month. Price quoted does not factor in $20 to read electric box, $25 for two rigs (including the one you pull with). Overflow parking, 5 spaces. Even tho they take all info down your rigs may not fit the space. Might have to drive your 2nd vehicle to park elsewhere. Hwy 99 is six lanes here, getting out is difficult even in a car. Washing machines were dirty with a sign that said "Please wipe down when finished", they obviously don't clean them. One dumpster for 65 sites, full before pick-up day. Gravel, no grass. Friendly manager, but this park has problems. - rainyday
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Stayed here due to a lack of any other options on So. Whidbey. There are no definitive parking guidelines, just primitive pedestals, which allows people to park anywhere. The field where you park is covered with rabbit pellets, a function of the mass of loose rabbits on the grounds. A 4H function brought people in that created a sardine parking situation, but worse, some people brought their horses into the RV parking area next to the RVs and proceeded to groom their horses in the area with the RVs. Health Dept should visit this site, but it's owned by the county. - John R
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Sites are un-numbered, scattered about a field. You are close to a road, but it is quiet. The place is crawling with rabbits (which have escaped during previous fairs, apparently), so your pets will probably love it. Port-a-potties are provided for your convenience. - hikinghack
Jul 2014 - $15.00
Camping is in a large grassy field near the arena. Weekends and evenings you share the area with the horses / riders and their rigs as they come for practice or riding events. Other than that, it's a very quiet campground, probably the cheapest on Whidbey Island. Has suited our purposes well for a place to hang out before and after their annual art show. Nothing special about the campground itself, space between rigs is very dependent on how people choose to park. We had a nice large site for 7 out of our 10 days and for 3 days had a motorhome that pulled in 5 feet behind us and blocked our limited view of Useless Bay. The fairgrounds are populated by bunnies, a past 4H program that went awry. Great entertainment for pets that travel with you as they watch all the bunny antics. - DRFink
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We've traveled all over the US & Canada, and this is one of the tightest RV spots we've ever been in! The slides just fit inside the site's borders, barely clearing the power stakes. Once we were parked & levelled, our neighbours tried putting out their awning. They couldn't fully extend it without hitting our motorhome!
I understand that we're as large a coach as you can get (almost! 44', 3 slides), but if you really can't accommodate us, then tell us when we call. Also, don't advertise yourself as "big rig friendly" if you're not.
However, all that being said, it's convenient to shopping, grocery stores, and the casino. A good distance off the highway makes it a quiet location. 50 amp service, and free cable & wifi.
We won't be in much of a hurry to return. Far too claustrophobic for us! - Kelly S
Jun 2016 - $30.00
There are few RV parks in the general area for competition, and frankly it shows. This is one of the most cramped parks we ever stayed in during our two years on the road, particularly if you are in one of the 50-amp pull-thru spots. Putting out our awning partially covered the adjacent unit's bedroom slide, if that will give you any idea. There are also quite a few long termers. Having said that, it is close to Bainbridge Island, Poulsbo and Silverdale - all big plusses. It is also very quiet (except that you can hear when adjacent units' furnaces kick in and out throughout the night). - coffeetime
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Online photos showed shaded spacious sites but those were only being utilized by permanent RV residents. The pull thru sites were long and narrow with no room to sit outside or even open our awning. Slides almost touched the neighboring RV on both sides. The back end of our fifth wheel was so close to the road coming into the park it felt like we would get hit. So glad we only stayed 4 nights & it was cool while we were there so we didn't need to use ac. Laundromat was clean. Nothing much to do in Poulsbo either. - RendezVous
May 2012 - $25.00
Small park, but not much available in the area. We spent two months. Backed up to Hwy 3 and had some road noise. Not bad at night. Clean sites and medium in size. We would stay again. - RETE8
Aug 2011 - $31.00
This is a nice, clean park. The full time residents (95%) are all friendly. The negatives are lots of road noise, day and night. The park sits on the road to the Seattle ferry. Also, there is a 4 page, double sided, fine print set of rules and a two page registration form. They are trying to keep the undesirables out, but have overdone it. This park is not designed for an overnight stay. If you are looking for a long term stay in this area, I would recommend this park. - retiredfields
Aug 2016 - $32.00
This is a boating venue, but was quiet on a Sunday night. There are about 10 pull-through sites, and nearly all sites are private or semi-private. Many tall evergreens and moderately dense ferns to muffle noise and conceal views. Bathrooms and showers had clean cement floors. Coin-operated showers. Fire ring. Speed bumps. Some hiking trails. - OlderGoat
Dec 2015 - $28.00
We took the 15 miles detour from I-5 because we are always looking for quiet places to spend the night. That's what we got. Tucked away in the woods and far from all shopping amenities. The paved road through the park is very tight and winding. We had to take it really slow with our 34' trailer in tow. Maneuvering into the back in site was tight as well, but we managed. Don't take anything bigger in there.
Sites are gravel and fairly level. No water in the park this time of the year. We knew and had the fresh water tank filled before. Power was stable. Verizon signal strong and steady. Very quiet at night, no traffic noise and no train noise whatsoever.
We'll come back when travelling in the area. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2014 - $35.00
No sewer. Hot showers (coin), but restrooms can be muddy from rainy days and/or lake swimmers. Hilly park roads. Beautiful woodsy sites. Best kept secret: reserve for 4th of July and get a front-row seat on beach for spectacular fireworks show, with homes around the lake competing for most money spent in professional fireworks. - User3773
Aug 2011 - $29.00
First of all, the reservation system is flawed. When I checked there were only 2 RV sites available. I booked one and upon arrival we found over 10 available. You should try and check with the park and not rely on the reservation system. It is a nice state park with no 50 amp, no Wi-Fi, no TV [even over the air], no sewer or dump. They say that they are working on the dump, but it doesn't look like it. Sites 17-18 (not reservable) are the only shaded sites and they are reluctant to rent 18 as they call it an overrun site even though it is the best site in the park. The other sites with electric are in the sun and offer no privacy. Rigs of 40' will need to be careful of the driveway and approach to most sites due to lack of turn radius. The park is kid friendly and caters a lot to the Scouts, whom sometimes get a little noisy. The rocky beach is approx 200 yds from the camping sites. The park is nicely kept and the staff is very helpful. @ $29/nite its overpriced for what you get. - yachtjockey
Aug 2011 - $29.00
Wow! A beautiful location. The park is set in a wooded area, at walking distance of a beach on the Hood Canal where kids and adults were bathing. I recommend this park for the variety of activities. It's also kept clean. There are no dump stations handy, no sewer either. - eilatan
May 2008 - $25.00
Washington should be very proud of it's state parks, and this is one they should be particularly proud of. Aside from the incredibly beautiful natural surroundings, it is managed by very helpful and friendly rangers and camp hosts that were gracious and anxious to help any way they could. The rest rooms and showers were immaculate. We enjoyed our stay here very much and would not hesitate to recommend this park to anyone. Like all state parks, you must be able to live without cable TV and WiFi, and there are no sewer hookups, but the natural beauty and tranquility remind you what camping is supposed to be all about. A wonderful experience. - rollingstone