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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $40.00
We had a beach site which have a premium cost, view is to die for, location is the biggest plus here, staff are nice, hours limited, no shade, site was somewhat level, park has a cafe, and a couple of restaurants, marina is fun watching boats. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.
Waterfront Pizza, Port Townsend Brewery, Earthen Works ,Saturday Market, Fort Warden.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $35.00
The RV area itself is nothing great, but the location and views are fantastic. We had a waterfront site. Spaces are gravel/dirt, fairly level and are tight (except for the waterfront ones). The hookups functioned well, good selection of cable tv channels. Short walk to downtown Port Townsend. Good restaurants steps away next to the marina. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $35.00
As every other review has stated, this place is about the location and view. The park itself is a 4-5. Maybe less. But it has one of the best locations of any RV park we have ever stayed in. It is right on the Puget Sound. There is a constantly changing panorama of sea birds, ferries, and sailboats. Three close walking distance restaurants. And a couple dozen more close by within walking distance or bike. This park is close to but separated from one of the nicest restored towns you can find. The location, view, proximity to a wonderful town is a 10. Bonus points go for the ease of biking here, and it is a dog friendly town. So the paws have it and I put this down as an 8. If the sites were just a bit nicer instead of looking completely neglected I would rate higher. Likely a 9. It one of the very few places I have ever parked the RV that I could see us staying a month or two. The guy next to us has a house in AZ and stays in this park all summer. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $45.00
For location it is hard to beat this RV park. You can get a spot right next to the water for a premium price. In any event you are only a few spaces from the water. We were one space from the water and watched the ferry go right by us. We could see Mt. Ranier out our side window and Mt. Baker out the front window. We also watched several cruise ships go by heading for Alaska. It is just a few block walk to downtown and to the historical home area. This is just a great place to visit. There are also three restaurants on the marina property. There are a couple of small issues. First. The sewer pipes come out of the ground at a 45 degree angle and make using a 90 degree angle end on your sewer hose difficult. You should bring a straight fitting to make it easier to use. Second, I don't think the grounds have ever seen a weed whacker. Not that the place is overgrown with weeds because most of it is dirt. But the area around the hookups could sure use some trimming. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $27.00
This is not a resort campground. It is pretty basic and needs a bit of landscaping. There are no picnic tables, no free Wi-Fi, no grills, no trees, no pool but, that said - we enjoyed it and will definitely return. In fact, we will look forward to returning. It is convenient to everything in town, it is right on the water, the views are stupendous, and you can walk around the marina. Location, location, location and this campground has it. The rate cited is based on a weekly rate. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $30.00
The RV sat enjoying the view all by itself for the first few days while we were "at sea" on the Limit Stalker. We rushed to get set up and cast off but when we got back we realized we were in a prime location with an unobstructed view across the Puget Sound to Whidbey Island. The front row sites get the best view but there's not a bad spot in the park. The sites are all grass a/o gravel and many have two sewer drain spots so it's easy to park so you get a nice view. The Harbor Master's office doubles as the RV park office and the folks there are as nice as you'll find anywhere. There are restaurants on site and it's only a brisk walk to the charming "downtown" of Townsend with all of it's quaint shops and eateries. "She" will like the consignment shop on Water St while "he" can go one block over and peruse the woodworkers gallery and the auto garage collectors heaven. As was said before "It's the location that counts." We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $45.00
It's hard to rate this campground. The parking is tight, yet you can maneuver around easily. This campground is all about LOCATION. You are right on the water and it is so beautiful that the close RV spaces just don't matter. My husband and I have been coming here for a few years and will continue to do so. It's close to town and you can walk everywhere. If you love marinas, this is the place for you to visit the docks and drool over the old and new boats moored there. If you are lucky enough to be staying during a thunderstorm, count your blessings. It's seriously beautiful. We've hit one 2 years in a row. The air is fresh, the water laps onto the shoreline and it takes you to a point of relaxation that is not possible anywhere else. Fog horns, ferries, sailboats and sea birds are constant during the day. There are a few restaurants very close by that have delicious food and of course the downtown area is filled with funky eateries and shops. We'll be back in spite of our neighbors being only a few feet away. This park is all about the location. There is a limited stay so call ahead. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $27.00
Very unusual park. It's owned by the municipality and sits immediately adjacent to the marina. Grass sites, gravel roads. There was a mix-up with our reservation and we had to move after the first night, but they didn't charge us for that night. Very friendly management. Spectacular views across Puget Sound to the Cascades. Sites on the loop are easier to get in/get out. We will definitely stay here again. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $35.00
We stayed here one weeknight in late July. We had a level, FHU pull-through site with 60+ channel cable TV and adequate Wi-Fi on site. Our view was across the water (about 20 yards away) with a snow capped Mt. Baker gleaming in the the distance. You can see Mt. Ranier from other areas of the park. The sites are gravel and weeds/grass. We were in the west section of the park where the sites were roomier than those in the east section. The bathrooms are OK, but they have pay showers. There is a small (4 machines, I think) laundry. As others have noted, the marina, restaurants, shops, and all of downtown Port Townsend is within walking distance. We were lucky to reserve a site with just a few days notice. During the summer season, reservations are a must. The park itself is probably only a 5, but the location adds at least a point. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $28.00
Sites: VERY tight. Gravel or dirt/grass. It takes quite a bit of maneuvering to fit into some spaces. Hook ups: FHU Some 30amp some 50amp for higher rate. Bathrooms: Did not check. Laundry: Looks ok, only peeked in. Pets: Very pet friendly. Lots of area to walk dogs. Check your dogs' paws nightly for cheatgrass/foxtails - nasty. WiFi: Free, but very slow. Verizon Internet: Worked well. Sprint Internet: Worked well. Verizon cell: Good reception. AT&T cell: Good reception. Book Exchange: No. Activities: No planned activities at the park, but lots going on in town and of course the marina and water activities. Mail delivery accepted: No. Area/Town/Sights: Almost everything is within walking distance of the park. That is the main reason for my high rating. The sites are pretty terrible and tight, but the view, the convenience of multiple restaurants and shopping is priceless. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $35.00
The rating of 8 relates to the excellent location, the killer view, and the friendly helpful staff. In addition, there are two restaurants and a pub on the grounds - where locals eat. We tried one and would eat there again. The park is a part of the marina complex and the whole area is wide open to the public. I would not leave things outside while away from the site. At the same time, it is super convenient to town. While fully serviced, the sites are basic and in some areas very close together. The grass was sparse and uncut, gravel was the norm and sites were poorly situated in some aspects. If facilities are important, this is not the place. Moreover, if you want to replace an awning just leave it up overnight as the wind can be impressive. All said, I will return for the location and the view - but carefully selecting my site. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $35.00
The only reason I wouldn't give this a 10 is because the Wi-Fi is worse this year than last year when we stayed here. It really is a joke. There is a pay Wi-Fi available that is pretty good and pretty reasonable - it is called NOW. We stayed in the "Point Sites" area in #327. It is not rated as a view site but if the rig to the water side of you is small or positioned back far enough and you pull your rig up to the front you will have a very nice view. The location is great for walking into town or on the beach. It does get quite windy here and there is no protection from it. There are no trees. The sewer hook ups are at a weird angle so they require some propping to get a flow going. The showers are 25 cents for 1.5 minutes (not the 3 minutes in the previous review.) All in all it is a great place to stay to explore the area but not really to just hang out in. The staff is very nice but I think they are training some new people because we talked to a couple who's reservation got double booked and when we checked in they applied my payment to someone who was coming into the same site the following week. They figured it out and let me know. That was OK. Again - I would recommend this park if you want to see Port Townsend and the surrounding area. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $35.00
A good location for a day or two. The park is a large grassed area around the marina with all the hook ups that are needed for a couple of days. The showers and the washrooms are clean. Pay showers are 25 cents for 3 minutes. Washing machines are OK. The nice thing about this park is the location which is right at the end of the street with all the neat little shops, coffee bars, antique stores, and so many places to sit and relax. The restaurant (Doc's Grill) at the marina is also very good and the prices quite reasonable. It is a quiet place and the sound of the waves on the beach are a nice way to go to sleep. There is not much privacy between the sites, but the space is adequate, and it seems that most people are fairly quiet anyhow. It would be a good place in the summer when the sea can be swimmable. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $35.00
This is one of our favorite parks. Right on the ocean with great views, next to the marina with two restaurants, and two blocks from downtown Port Townsend. The sites to get are those on the waterfront. The bathrooms are immaculate (pay showers) and though the sites are gravel/dirt, this one is all about the location. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $35.00
Very nicely located right on the water (Puget Sound) near the downtown of little Port Townsend. You can't beat the views - especially if you can score a waterside site - but even if not - you will likely have a "peek-a-boo" view out of one or more of your windows - or you don't have to go far to sit out and enjoy the ferries and sailboats going by. It is a short walk to the Wooden Boat center and other points of interest and unique shops in downtown Port Townsend. There is a Safeway about 3 miles away - handy for re-stocking groceries. The showers are pay showers - only 1 1/2 min for a quarter so be quick. The staff is very friendly and informative. This is not very big so you really need a reservation. The WiFi is horrible!!! The cable TV is great!!! But you can get to a WiFi provider that is pretty reasonably priced and the connection speed is good. No trees, dried grass and gravel sites but level and easy in and out. Based on where it is located I imagine it could get really windy as it is on a point on Puget Sound. We would camp here again. We camped at Point Hudson Resort & Marina in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Waterfront Pizza, Port Townsend Brewery, Earthen Works ,Saturday Market, Fort Warden.NXTSTOP • March 2015
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