27 RV Parks near Ocean City, Washington
Oct 2016 - $40.00
The park and facilities are very clean and well maintained. The site's are all good sized with level concrete pads, tables, patio and fire circles. The owner lives on site and is very pleasant and helpful. I would recommend this park if you are in the Ocean City area. - NEOK
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is by far the best RV park within many miles. The owner/operator is a character (in a good way) and your enjoyment is her top priority. The walk to the beach is wonderful. - DonH1728
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This is not a very big park, but the sites were big and LEVEL! We didn't use our jacks at all! And we didn't have to shore up the waste hose, either, it slanted straight and downhill. What a GREAT park!
They only take checks or cash but there is a discount for paying cash.
The bathrooms were nearby and perfectly clean. There is no laundry room at this park. The Laundromat in town is very pricey! $3.75 for one wash!
The decor in the park is really pretty. The proprietor lady is very creative and prides herself in her artistry.
A ten minute easy walk to the beach.
There is a free shuttle to the casino/Emily's restaurant so you don't have to worry about driving after cocktails. - Linda dlm
Sep 2015 - $10.00
Very nice campground. Staff was great. Pool and restrooms where very clean. Had a more open site so satellite reception was good. Would rate a 9 if they had sewer H/Us. - KLH
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Stayed here years ago when it was a Western Horizon park- awful & avoided like the plague since. Has now been added to KM system & MUCH improved. Huge, sites vary in size & from wide open to completely shaded depending on what you want. Rumored hordes of mosquitoes not seen in our 3 visits. Only downer is wi-fi won't connect for me. Works fine for my wife. We went to Ocean Mist regularly for 5 years, but like this much better. - gs2rt
Jul 2015 - $10.00
My wife and I drove through this park about four years ago and thought "meh, it's ok" so when I booked it for one night I had low expectations. Let me tell you, this park has changed for the better. The park is HUGE! I walked it just to see what had changed. They have added sites, improved the playground and are doing even more new things (frisbee golf, grass field) to make it better. The sites are large and secluded. Near the back of the park, you can still hear the ocean and have the seclusion of the forest. They have a pool and a decent club house with pool and foosball tables. My site even had a deck that looked out on to a creek. The staff are super helpful and VERY friendly. This is a great park and I wish I had more time to stay here.
A few minor down sides - they only have water and electric at the sites but they do provide four dump stations. It's not a problem for our motorhome but in a trailer with kids it may have been problematic. They do have beach access but you have to walk about a mile to get there once you hit the campground entrance. The other thing is the wifi is slow but if you are looking to unplug on vacation, who cares :-) This is a wonderful campground. - scruggsfamilyRV
Feb 2017 - $3.00
We are members so the $3.00 per night was for wifi for two laptops and cable. The wifi signal is very good. On the upper level, some site were closed due to high water table because of record rainfall. All sites on the dune were usable. - Impkitti
Aug 2016 - $4.00
This park is our "home park" for our K/M Resorts membership. It is also one of our very favorite. We camp on the ocean side, nearest the beaches. The walk to the beach is over some dunes and the pathway is fairly wide this year. It must be well maintained. The beach seems like a private beach all our own (for the park), but can be accessed along the water by anyone. Those who serve as the staff have always been very helpful.
They have made some good improvements over the winter, and now have a picnic shed and tables near the clubhouse, along with a new ladies' room near the clubhouse and other improvements. - Richbald
Jan 2016 - $13.00
This was our maiden voyage with our trailer. It was easy to find, good size spaces for awning and slide-outs. Nice walk thru trails to the beach. Pet friendly. Be sure to pick up after your pet. Stayed on the beach-side of the camp ground. Camp hosts were helpful and friendly. Checked out the club house but no events scheduled during our visit, kitchen was not operational nor was the hot-tub. Bathrooms were cleaned every day with lots of care. We were impressed with the clam cleaning station. We definitely will be back. - Shorty S
May 2017 - $38.00
I started out with a tent site but the weather got nasty and decided to move into their tiny cabin (good for a couple) for $38/night with electricity. While it was small, it was clean and efficient with a heater available. Their bathrooms were clean and the campground was well kept. The owner, who lives there, was very helpful and accommodating to his guests. The site is literally a walking distance to the beach, and to a local community store. It was so quiet and peaceful. Truly enjoyed my stay. - Phil_AZ
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Unique campground with large lots laid out to optomize privacy. Accommodates tents, trailers, coaches and even has horse corrals. Easily accessed lots. Services include power, water, cable, WiFi, but no sewer. A dump station is available. Easy access to the beach. Pets welcome. Friendly and we'll cared for park. - nospmas
Nov 2015 - $35.00
We had an excellent visit to the ocean because of our stay at this campground. The beach access was very close and a nice walk. The owner/manager of the grounds was friendly and helpful. Grounds/bathrooms/showers were clean and well kept. We will DEFINITELY be returning to Screamin' Eagle! - chris cecc
Aug 2016 - $1.00
Nothing unique about this park. More than half of it is out of commission due to a bridge being blocked. A short trail to ocean was nice. Very unremarkable for a TT park but no major faults. Concerning the tire spikes for coming in the wrong way: 3/4 of the width the spikes are not sticking up but one section of the device is still working and could get you. The "entrance" driveway brings you to a gate and attendant shack. - abqnm
Jul 2016 - $1.00
This park is all about ocean access, with a short trail to the beach. Sites are tight and offer no privacy. Limited sewer hookups. Over half of the spots were closed due to a bridge replacement in process over the creek. No real amenities, no pool or playground. Some sites are so close that slides overlapped. - mtnflyer
Sep 2015 - $23.00
I'm so angry with this park for one simple reason: they have tire puncture spikes installed on the exit road. Seriously!!! Sure, there are some small short stop signs visible from the road, but if you're arriving for the first time or after dark and don't see them, it will cost you dearly. I'm lucky I picked the right entrance coming in. Be very careful here!
Otherwise this was a great park with walking trail access to a beach. The nicer sites are in the back, but those sites have no sewer access. At the time we stayed the playground was off limits, presumably for repair. If they removed the tire puncture spikes I would have given this park a 8. - Keystone Trail
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Very helpful staff, allowed us to dry camp for 1 night $10
Elks members only. - Edwards-JV
Jul 2016 - $15.00
There are 10 water/electric sites available in the parking lot of the lodge, just a block or so off the main drag. The sites were REALLY close together, as in all you can see is the side of your neighbor's rig when you are parked. A little too close for me, but for a night it was OK. The lot is gravel and nothing special - no plants or trees for shade/privacy. Also, it backs up to a HUGE electric substation-type place, so if you worry about that sort of thing, that's a factor to consider. Quiet at night, no road noise from the highway. - gtogrl
Jul 2016 - $45.00
The ocean view spots are just steps from the beach. (The other rows are $40). This park has full hookup (sewer, water, electricity). Not all sites have a picnic table, so you have to get there early if you want to snag a table and fire pit. The RV spots are very close together. My husband said that he was able to get quite a few channels on the TV and we were also able to get cell reception with Verizon. The wireless connection was good enough to serve as a personal hotspot. The beach was far better than the beach in the town of Ocean Shores (no cars driving around).
The campground does have free showers in the bathrooms, but I didn't use the showers. I also noticed they have a laundry room, but I couldn't tell you if they work or not. Also, your first impression of the campground is not the best because it is right next door to a boarded up hotel. The entrance to the campground is in serious need of some TLC to be a little bit more inviting. I honestly almost asked my husband to turn around and take me back to town, but I'm so glad that I didn't. I loved being steps from the beach and hearing the waves crash all night. - Happy Camper 68
Oct 2015 - $45.00
It's all about the location. We were directed here by the manager of another area campground after my wife was dissapointed there was no ocean view there. This CG is right on the water, between a bay and the ocean. Miles of beach for walking. Not much appears to have changed since the last review in 2012. There is a friendly gentleman in the office that checks you in and appears to be the only person working here. A lot of deferred maintenance.however, water, 3oA, and sewer hookups work fine. No wifi or cable. If this place was full, the sites would be tight, but there are only 6 rigs here, so that's not an issue. I would come back if in the area again. - Recycled
Jul 2012 - $36.00
The most amazing beach right out your doorstep. Probably the best beach in Ocean Shores. An average to low-end property, except for that amazing beach! The manager is a great guy. The property needs serious rehab, as do the utilities, but they worked okay. There's a dead hotel next door, lending a run-down atmosphere. Verizon cell works here, and a couple of TV channels come in by antenna. That's it. Nearest internet miles away in Ocean Shores. No trees, grassy sites, average room between the sites, a few full timers near the entrance, which I think are native fishermen. One irritant: lacking fire rings, people have made campfires wherever they want. There were 5 ash pits in our site: no matter how we tried to back in, we were walking in ashes, and the carpets, etc., suffered for it. Bring lots of tarps, I guess. Its all about that close by, clean, awesome beach. - Dan Hannah
Jun 2009 - $25.00
Nothing but a grass field with utility connections. We were parked 6 feet away from the next rig, so close we couldn't pull out our awning. The bathrooms were disgusting, the shower nearly unusable. The tent sites were nicely isolated in the dunes, but for RVs, forget it. There is a fabulous state park 2 minutes away. I will never stay here again. - TimRoberts
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Our stay was preceded by several days of heavy rain leaving many sites with substantial pools of standing water. The area of our site the trailer was parked was dry, site, #139 but boots were required to exit the site. I don't mean a bit of water but standing water several inches deep and many feet across surrounded my site and many other sites. Stakes had also been driven into the ground in some areas to mark the roadway due to the depth of standing water. It was March and we were prepared so it all worked. Summer would be much drier. - DRKM
Aug 2016 - $30.00
nice beach campground, easy access to beach, nice sites. - SPTPrver
May 2016 - $35.00
This is a nice campground, with several full utility sites in the southwest loop. The privacy of each site was less than I had hoped for. There are a lot of shore pines and dune shrubs growing around the sites, but also many sites totally or partially open to neighboring sites. If you camp here, choose your site carefully if privacy is a priority for you. The utilities are fine. My only problem was with the strange sewer pipe that rises above ground level then turns 90 degrees. I don't know who every thought that design was conducive to proper waste disposal. The taste of water in Washington beach communities can sometimes be rather foul due to sulfur compounds in well water. However, big surprise - the water tasted okay at Ocean City State Park. Not great - but okay. Disappointing was access to the bathroom building. The trails leading to the central bathroom run right through the middle of several campsites. So, you can expect to see people walking right by your rig to access the bathrooms. Luckily, most of the sites around me had self-contained RVs, so few people were using the public bathrooms. Still, two people walked within 5 feet of my rig while we were eating or sitting by the campfire. I never like that, but there really wasn't an alternative route without going far out of their way. The access trails to the dunes and beach are very easy. It takes 5-10 minutes to walk out to the open beach. The beach is broad and wasn't very crowded. Cars can drive on the beach in the area around the park, so be careful - especially with your little ones and dogs. There is no playground in the park, but kids often ride bikes on the rough park roads. There are a few large open grassy spaces suitable for ballgames.
My fellow campers were polite and quiet. The campground was silent by 10pm. Nearby, the city of Ocean Shores has a grocery, gasoline, propane and a few decent restaurants and shops. - SeaTeacher
Feb 2011 - $29.00
This is the only RV park in the marina. Sites are close together and some electrical problems with out power hookup. Front row is water front. - WayWeRoll
Dec 2010 - $10.00
Rate is based on a monthly winter rate, electricity is included. The managers and staff are really nice and accommodating at the Islander. Even though this park has nice views of the Westport Marina and convenient to bike paths, waterfront shops, restaurants, and 'The Groins', the park itself leaves much to be desired. The park is old! With some updating, it could be a really nice park. The sites are situated in dirt with huge potholes, and when it rains, which is often, the whole park turns into a lake. The sites are short and narrow and there are only 2 sites that will fit the larger rigs like ours. We would only stay here again if they invested the time and resources to update this park. - JustPassinThru
Sep 2010 - $35.00
I reluctantly gave this park a 6 based on location. Professional friendly staff, good free wi-fi, and cable. The washrooms and showers, though clean, were showing the affects of a long season. Two of the three washing machines in the laundry were down for repair, not surprising in this very sandy environment. The biggest problem with this park is it was built prior to larger rigs and is VERY tight. Don't even think about extending your awning if you have a slide out. With the park only 25% full, we had no problem upon arrival or departure. However, were this park full, it would have been a nightmare with our 26' trailer and full size pickup. This park reconfigured with fewer sights could warrant an 8 or 9. While we would consider staying here in the off season, we will probably stay in another park on our next trip to Westport. - Procarver