Maple Valley Washington Campgrounds
29 RV Parks near Maple Valley, Washington
Sep 2010 - $27.00
We stayed at this campground because it was the only one open in this area. All the forest campgrounds were closed. It is a one hour drive from here to Artist Point in Mt. Baker National Park which was our destination for hiking. The day we arrived we were the only people here. Park office was only open on weekends. The sites were back-ins except for two unlevel pull-thrus. Our 35 foot motorhome had issues with narrow roads, and constant tree branches hitting our roof. Some sites were level but many were not. Water and electricity were fine. This campground is made more for camper pick-ups, tents, and smaller Class C and A motorhomes. In the summer the shade would be loved and in the fall night time comes early. The lake is a ways from the camping area but people with boats and fisherman would like it. - The Austins
Nov 2011 - $15.00
A small park with a very nice owner. Most of the sites have full-time residents. The place is quiet, but doesn’t have much in the way of amenities (picnic area with a horseshoe pit), but the price was right. There is also a nice grass volleyball court and a pond to sit by on the owners adjoining property. - Travelin'
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Very disappointed with this campground. No sewer service at our site, but there was at one time. Sewer dump station available but filled up before we got there. Told management and their real helpful comment was "you will just have to wait for it to settle". We will not come back. - Wheels61
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Pretty obvious what is going on in this park. The owners are turning the member's sites into and long-term sites rented by the month with FHU, leaving the members with non sewer sites. Heard the county will not allow them to upgrade the sewer sites, so owners are getting by waiting for the value of the land to skyrocket. 30 amp power was low voltage. Water pressure was at a meager 30 psi. We were stacked close on both sides, couldn't use awnings. Satellite coverage is very tough to acquire. The picnic table was in such poor shape it fell apart while trying to move it a few feet. Many tight turns with low tree branches, even at the dump station. Dump station was full when we got there. Lots of full time dwellers with lots of junk. - simonsrf
Jul 2017 - $3.00
Have back in and pull through sites; we were supposed to be in a FHU site but while setting up discovered that they had the sewer capped off due to septic issues along the row we were in. So we had to watch our water usage while there, but they did have a dump station to use. The electric was good as well as the water quality. They did not have cable or WiFi, but antenna service was OK. Billiard Room was locked all the time; other 21 and older room smelled of mildew (had to leave). I did not see any other rec area. It's right on Lake Sawyer and had boat ramps and docks for boaters. Not well maintained and lots of rotting decks around the cabins. They complained that our dogs were on their leads - said they had to be on a 6' leash, even tho we were sitting outside with them. - Kerch Family
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Very serene physical features. Deep forested campsites, pull-thrus and back-ins, some quite large. Very spacious and relatively level site. Room for our 37' travel trailer. Plenty of clear space in back to pitch a large tent. Short private trail through forest to connect to main trail to restrooms. Pump water spigot with gray water drain, doggie doo bag station, and dumpster located two sites away. Short hike to rocky Green River through day-use parking lot, on wide, dirt trail through woods. River use recommended for expert rafters only. Burn ban in affect due to potential for wildfire so campfire wasn't allowed. Road through camp loop adequately wide for trailer. Park info mentioned possible volunteer fire fighter siren noise can sound at any time but we did not hear it during our overnight stay. However, city traffic and a nearby trains produced noise, especially sporadically throughout the night. As a light sleeper, I recommend ear plugs. - rvYoungster16
Jun 2010 - $33.00
A lovely state park campground, that is very well maintained. It is also heavily used and quite busy, but that is because it is so accessible to Seattle and a worthwile destination. The only downside is that pull through sites for larger rigs are narrow and sharply curved among the large trees, making pulling through any site in a rig longer than about 35' a real chore. I had the very most accessible site in the park, and I had to back into the pull-through to situate in my 40' MH. But the beauty and features of the park make this worthwhile. We would stay here again. - Boiler
Jul 2007 - $27.00
Clean, relatively quiet, private sites, beautiful setting on the cold and clear Green River (a refreshing dip on a hot summer day). Clean bathrooms and showers with lots of hot water. Park gets full on summer week-ends. - Let'sGoCamping
Nov 2017 - $45.00
This campground is a good place to stay while visiting Seattle area. If you are looking for wide open sites in the wilderness, this will not be the campground for you. It was, however, perfect for our needs. They offer a Good Sam's discount. Campground was very easy to find and just off the interstate. Follow GPS and it will get you directly to the campground.
I cannot say enough about how helpful the staff are at this campground. We had some mechanical issues that caused us to be a day late in arriving. Even though this is a busy campground, they held our site so we did not have the additional stress of finding a new campground. The sites are very close together, but we were ok with this because we were visiting family. The sites are gravel with grass area between each site. The campground easily handles big rigs. There was additional parking available for us to park the toad. Asphalt, well maintained, roads throughout the campground. Sites are all very level. Each site had a picnic table. There is a very nice laundry room, although more expensive than we have paid in the past.
This campground is an easy trip in to Seattle. City accessibility was very important to us. Good Verizon coverage. It was very easy to get DirecTV satellite. - Priceless RV Adventures
Sep 2017 - $52.00
The most unpleasant experience I've had at an RV park so far in my travels, after staying at 20+ parks. I had one of the "coveted" pull through sites, #115... which was right next to the bathrooms. Literally, right next door to the bathrooms. I had the most unpleasant feeling being here, and did not feel comfortable leaving my trailer there even for a few hours (nothing happened). Lots of older trailers, with stuff stored in bins and such outside the trailers. I could not get out of there fast enough.
The staff was nice enough, both when I called to make the reservation and when I checked in, though the office smelled strongly of mold and, again, I could not get out of there fast enough. I stayed here because I had business to take care of in the area and my preferred park was booked. I will not stay here again. - HeraSTREAM
Aug 2017 - $48.00
It is right up against I-90 so there is noise. It didn't bother me. Sites are a little crowded, but this is Seattle area and parks are hard to find. Close to where I wanted to be. Had separate space for tow vehicle. Park was clean, staff very helpful. Plan on staying here next year if I'm in area. - Bob Gammie
Jun 2017 - $26.00
Live here long term. It feels like a national park, amidst beautiful trees, and it's quiet despite being close to the highway, 6 minutes from shopping, pleasant landscaping. It's much better than other alternatives that may be closer to the city. - Tom E.
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
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
Mar 2018 - $44.00
This was one of the worst KOAs we have stayed at. It appeared to be more like an older trailer park than an RV park. Very small, tight spots, mud everywhere and the roads throughout were full of pot holes. Would not recommend this place to anyone. - Silveradobullet
Sep 2017 - $43.00
These sites are very narrow and short. You have to parallel park in front of your trailer careful not to block the narrow road. Our site, 118, was muddy after the rains and you have no choice but to walk in the mud to your door. The sites have lots of trash around them, cigarette butts, broken glass etc. the park is on a very busy road across from Amazon fulfillment center and trucks are running 24/7. Will not stay again. - Terrirver
Aug 2017 - $58.00
Sites very narrow. No place to park your tow vehicle at your site. Roads rough. - hotpepperkid99
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Sites are not all that wide here. We had people sitting only a couple of feet away from us near their fire ring. We could not open any windows because of the smoke from their fire. Kind of a sketchy place, but we had no problems. There are people living in tents here who spend 7 nights, leave for 1 and then come back. Sites are mostly level and paved. Verizon cell and broadband both very good. OTA TV was poor, no networks found. We had ION and a couple of PBS type stations. Not a place we are likely to return to, but our stay was acceptable. - Bob and Inga
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Dogs barking (pit bulls), campers burning garbage (stinks) One trailer was allowing their tanks to drain onto campsite and running into street. Sites are long enough for big rigs. 7 day limit. Some trailers were really run down. We will not be back unless we have to. We usually stay at the Puyallup Fairgrounds but couldn't because the fair was going on. - catrst
Aug 2015 - $25.00
What a gem this place is. We were a little underwhelmed when we arrived but the surroundings are beautiful and it was a wonderful place to stay. Sites are asphalt and level. Stayed for 5 days. Loved the bike/walking path. Can ride for miles along the river and through the trees without crossing a road! If you are into disc golf this is the place for you! Grass is brown because they don't water but the trees are magnificent. It must be beautiful in the fall. They do keep the trees trimmed so they don't rub on your rig. We had no problem with our 38' class A motorhome. Camp host is a great guy. No wifi but Verizon LTE is strong and hotspot worked great. Our Directv roof mounted dish also worked great, even through the trees. Nice to have shade at our site #12. It's about a 45 minute drive to downtown Seattle and if I came back I would look into the public transportation as an option to driving. - thekites
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
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This is our 3rd time staying. The owners and people are so on top of cleanliness, trash, lawn maintenance. It's truly wonderful if you like lake life. We see eagles and herons flying above us, sun reflecting on Lake Sammamish, our kids playing in the swimming area with slide. . Definitely worth coming again and again.
We were happy with our space. We have preferred the spot on the end (23?). Companies have their parrots at park, but it was fun people watching as well as people launching their boat from the ramp in front of us. One guy fell in water as he was guiding the driver down the ramp. Hahahahah
Definitely book in advance- January for the spots in June - August. Recommend the end spot in the end (23?) - Lagomamasita
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