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Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $36.00
Not a bad park, given that there is not a lot to choose from in this area. The person at the desk was friendly and helpful. The site we had was at the rear of the park and was nice and large and flat. We do have a couple of issues with the park. The first is the long term residents here have dogs and they bark. No one is there to keep them quiet. The second is the cable hookup. You need a cable box from the office. And lastly is the entrance/exit to the park. It is a narrow one lane road. If you happen to meet some one going the other direction someone has to yield or back up. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $36.00
Avoid this park. No staff available most of the time. They shut the water off while we were there with no warning. Off for about two hours at a time when showers and cooking are needed. Cable TV is Comcast, which involves a plastic bag full of electronic gear you must adapt to your rig. It takes forever and in the end does not work. Pay phone is broken. Internet is TengoInternet; need we say more? The most inefficient complex system known to man. Spent most of the 3 days trying to hook up TV and get Internet. The park is in a nice setting, but it has been allowed to deteriorate. We will never stay here again. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $37.00
This is a very pretty place with lovely old tree and lots of lovely landscaping. Our site in the rear was extra long and spacious and level. The location is convenient to visit downtown Seattle because you can catch the ferry as a passenger over on Bainbridge Island and it's cheap and reliable to just walk about downtown. (Check out the free shuttle from the casino with free parking a mile down the road.) Everything in the campground worked, sort of. The internet is Tengo and it therefore had all the usual fussy log in, unexpected log outs and random slowing to a stop of service that I have come to expect from them. There is cable but you need to get the box from the office for it to work which brings me to the other issue. They keep bankers office hours 10-5 M-F and if you come in at any other time you are on your own. So if you arrive Friday evening you will not be able to hook up cable until Monday morning when the very nice smiling and professional staff are in. There are very few campgrounds in this part of WA so they can charge what they like and they do. $36.89 seemed steep to me given what we didn't get. There are a number of permanent residents in the far row but nothing disreputable. If they had one as a host that would really help, but they don't. There are a half dozen very large pull through sites right in the middle. Take those if you are not good at backing up. Rear sites are really lovely but the big trees make navigating problematic. Finally, we arrived during a record breaking rainstorm so it's perhaps not fair to judge them on this, but the main road seemed to double as a creek for the entire time we stayed (48 hours) and our site, though level, had a 6' deep 12 foot round puddle outside our door in the morning. We have friends here so we will be visit again but its definitely not one of our favorite places to stay. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $36.00
The staff were friendly and helpful. The park was middle of the road in design and upkeep. It did seem a bit crowded, especially the big rig pull-through area. No real complaints nor specific praises. We would stay there again, but would not go back to it in preference to another adequate park. However, there is little competition in the area. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $33.00
Recent evaluations of this park are too high, in my opinion. First off, sites range from AA (absolutely awful) to A (acceptable). Always ask to pick out your site before being assigned one. Much of the park taken is up by permanent residents, as is the case in so many American parks, probably due to the depressed economy. Traffic on the road entering the park is so intense it is literally impossible to make the left turn necessary to get to the Bainbridge Ferry to Seattle. They advertise cable, but when you register you receive a complicated package of electronic equipment including a modem. My TV connections were difficult to access so forewent cable and used our antenna which was limited. While we were there, four police cars roared into the park to arrest a subject in a site next to us. Lots of sadness seen in trailers permanently located there. Management were accommodating, but do not think we will be back. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $36.00
We used this park as a base to visit Seattle from, and it could not have been more convenient. It is minutes to the Seattle / Bainbridge ferry. Some of the older sites down near the office are close together, but we requested one near the back. The site we got, 15, is set amid cedar trees and there is a feeling of privacy. Everything: water, electric, cable, wi-fi, worked fine. The park was very quiet, and noise from adjacent State Route 305 was not an issue at all. The owners bend over backwards to be helpful, but they are not in your face. The park is pet friendly; our dog made lots of friends there! The nearby town of Poulsbo is worth a visit. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $31.00
When I arrived at the driveway I was surprised to find the trees were so low I was not able to drive in unless I was willing to do damage to my motorcoach. I stopped and called to find out if there was another way into the RV park and was told there was not. I had previously asked if the park was "Big Rig Friendly" and was told it was. The person in the office was indifferent and told me others drove through the branches. I told her I was not going to do damage to my coach because they were uncaring enough to not clear the limbs and branches. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $36.00
This park was really nice and wooded, so the sites along the edges didn't feel like a big parking lot. The bathrooms were pretty nice and clean, but I think maybe they should include hot showers for the rate instead of coin-op. It's really close to Poulsbo and Bainbridge, so it was really convenient to get to from Seattle. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $31.00
Heavily treed park with many tight sites, but we had a side road pull through and good satellite reception. Friendly, helpful staff and very comfortable feel in the park. Convenient to very nice town and ferry to Seattle. We would definitely return. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $36.00
Decent little park located right off WA-305 a few miles east of Poulsbo on the road to Bainbridge Island. Nice setting in a primordial cedar forest. The sites are tight. The pull-through sites are located in the center of the campground. They were all full and frankly we weren't disappointed at that. As we drove by them we noticed that several people had to offset their rigs to open slide-outs and awnings that were overlapping each other. We were all the way at the back in site 16 away from the highway so no noise. Our site was a straight easy back-in once we made the turn at the end of the road. Couldn't have been much simpler. Hookups are good, water tastes great with good pressure. The electric fluctuated once that we noticed while we were there, but then steadied out and never changed again. Sites are not necessarily level so plan ahead. The guy next to us in a large motorhome had to jack his front end so high that he had to build extra steps to get in and out of his rig. Sites are gravel. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Cable TV is basic service. We were here visiting friends for about four days so didn't spend a great deal of time around the campground. Poulsbo is just up the road and downtown is a very nice eclectic Scandanavian community. They have a wonderful ice cream parlor on the east end of downtown. Finding the place in the dark is tough. Sometimes they don't have the lights on their sign turned on. Even when they do it comes up quick as you round a curve to the left on the highway. The entrance is a one lane road so look up in there to make sure no one is coming out before you start up the hill. The office is located up the right hand side (straight in) maybe 200 yards. You can pull up short of the building and move to the side to go in and register. It looks like after hours they put envelopes on the door for people with reservations. The lady managing the office was nice and helpful. I'd return for a short stay. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $33.00
Good Sam missed the boat on this one. Trailer Life lists this park with minimum 20 ft. space. My space, and numerous others were 15 ft. My slide-out was up against the neighbors awning. We reserved two sites 6 months earlier. Upon arrival the two sites were not together. Requested 50 amp service, both sites were 30 amp. The website and advertising are deceptive in that they really do not depict the Park in reality. All sites are packed in like sardines. I do not recommend it. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $33.00
Small, tidy park. Most sites are close together but newer sites at end offer more space and privacy. No picnic tables are provided, but there's not really room for them. Park has 2 single unisex bathrooms (1 stall/shower each). WiFi worked fine. There are few RV parks in this region. We would stay here again. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $35.00
Pitches very close together and well shaded. The site is very well maintained. The two restrooms/showers were clean but there was a wait a couple of times before you could use them. Wi-fi quite good as was cable TV. Ideal location to catch ferry to Seattle which is 8 miles away. Would return. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $35.00
A very convenient park. Not huge in width, but it was perfect for our destination: Seattle. We wanted to see Seattle without having to drive it, and this worked perfectly. We drove to Bainbridge Island and walked on the Ferry. It was great. The people running the park were nice too. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $33.00
It would be very easy to nit pick this park. Unlevel sites, problems with electricity, and tight quarters but overall this is a great little park. Lady who checked us in was bending over backwards to get us the site we wanted. It is very quiet in here with a little noise from the state highway. WiFi is five bars, cable TV is excellent, there are lots of trees and bathrooms were old but spotless. Great place in an area with few parks. We camped at Eagle Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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