1 Park near Preston, Washington
Jul 2015 - $45.00
We needed a place to stay outside of Seattle on our way home. Being that it was the Sunday after the 4th we didn't figure we'd find anything. But low and behold they had a early departure. We arrived late, they left all the information needed on the office door. It's not cheap but I wanted full hook up's since we were low on water. Getting into the site was a bit of a challenge. Some of the sites are located on the side of a hill, trying to back into this site proved to be a challenge at 1AM. I almost gave up, but eventually made it.
I found they only offer 20amp or 50amp plug-ins, I've never bothered to carry a 50-30amp dog-bone. So we stuck with the 20amp, happy we didn't need A/C. Water pressure here was weak at best.
The site itself was nothing special, room for a couple chairs, no fire pit and you're looking right into the next site. It was all asphalt and clean though. The area is heavily treed and even with the Freeway close by it was quiet. I'd gather many that stay here are with them for extended periods, the larger sites look to be occupied by full timers. - Y-Guy
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is a very nice park. Well kept and the staff are friendly enough. The park is a little tight but not horrid. Mostly permanent residents but it appears the sites were well kept.
We would stay here again. - Steve & Terri
Jun 2015 - $36.00
This park requires cash or check no credit cards. It is a compact park with not so level pull throughs and not very dog friendly. There are very few pull thrus and not very level, we had to use blocks for our motorhome. The well water pressure was poor. There was an area designated as a pet walk where the path was chipped wood through the forest of trees and signs everywhere saying do not walk your pet on the lawns. Fortunately we found a nature trail nearby for decent walks with our dog. The park was well maintained and the coy pond lovely. It was a good location to explore the Seattle and Issaquah areas. - Tony Connie and Rusty