23 RV Parks near Preston, Washington
We did however find 23 campgrounds within 25 miles of Preston. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Preston in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $20.00
This campground is a bargain. The nightly rate gets you an electric and water hookup, and there is a dump station at the southwest exit. The back-in sites along the south edge have a little shade. There are no trees elsewhere, the sun can be intense, and the driveways are dusty. In mid-July only about 1/5 of the sites were occupied when we where there Monday thru Wednesday. If all the sites were full it would be very crowded and no one would have any privacy. There are many convenient shopping opportunities just to the east (but too far to walk) including two major grocery stores and a super Walmart. - JackSchmotzer
May 2018 - $25.00
Stayed for two nights while in the area. No events were going on at the fairgrounds. Same comments as previous posters. OK place for a few nights. Host was on site at the East entrance. Just pick a site and pay. Lots of places to pull through. The race track next door had car and motorcycle practice in the late afternoon and early evening. Probably very noisy on the weekends. I would stay again midweek due to convenience and location. Easy drive along Highway 2 into Everett, WA. Good grocery stores and gas stations very close. - Traveller101
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Very dusty, weekdays better for camping. Weekend Car Racing very noisy. 7 day limit 30 amp and water. Dump available. On site Host friendly and helpful. - silverado
Apr 2018 - $39.00
My dogs were attacked by an off leash German Shepherd Dog and I saw the dog off leash 3 times after I reported it to staff. Ended up having to make a police report. When I spoke to the clerk in charge of the park later, she told me that she was getting ready to kick me out because my on leash dogs were aggressive! When I asked her what she expected them to do when they were under attack, she said she did not want to talk about it! Camp host told me the dog had also attacked his cat. Left 9 days early.
The clerk had told me when I made reservation inquiries that the Center spaces are pull through. They aren't really but back in's where they allow you to drive over the grass at the end so beware of which side your hook ups are on. The "restroom" is a single port a potty at one end of the park. It fills quickly. Never saw the showers.
My tow vehicle did not fit on the pad with my rig. I asked and was told by park employee to make a T with it in front of my rig. First contact with camp host after he returned from his vacation was his knocking on my door to tell me I could not park there.
The "dog area" they list is an open grass field, no fencing and it is an ON leash area! - RottsNScotts
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We camp in the South Campground for the Highland Games. This is basically a grassy field with some porta potties. Dry camping. If you are going to camp, be sure to bring leveling blocks for the uneven ground. The closest RV parking to the King County Fairgrounds. - Cheryl39
Aug 2015 - $26.00
GREAT place to Explore Mt Rainier NP. Concrete Pad with Lots pf grass. Water and Elect only. NO DUMP.NO WI-FI, would have marked higher.Very Friendly Camp Hosts that know the AREA well. Nice grass area for your dog exercise. Back in sites only, but large enough for 40 ft 5th wheel. Enumclaw Golf Course(18 Hole) about 1/2 mile away. Lots of restaurants and Grocery stores. - silverado
Aug 2018 - $24.00
This is a very attractive Forest Service campground located among giant trees. The host was extremely helpful finding the most suitable site for our large 5th wheel. But there are two shortcomings to note: First, while the sites are large, the layout is such that some campers of differing types are very close together. For example, our neighbor's tent and picnic table were only feet from our trailer. And the big shortcoming: Denny Creek is in a valley between the eastbound and westbound lanes of I-90. There is a 24-hour traffic drone. Sometimes it is gentle like a moderate wind thru the trees. Other times, truck noises make it sound like an 18-wheeler is about to careen through your campsite. The nightly rate is high for a Forest Service campground because it includes an $11/night charge for a 2nd vehicle. - JackSchmotzer
Jul 2018 - $24.00
This is a beautiful campground not far from Seattle. It is set in the woods in a valley below Snoqualmie Pass and I-90. The camp sites have plenty of space and privacy. There are short hikes to do in the area. Also, unique for a Forest Service campground, it has some electrical hook ups and bathrooms with running water. The highway noise from I-90 is a bit of a bother though, otherwise I'd have rated it higher. The staff was very friendly and helpful. There is wood for sale too. - Dan C
Aug 2015 - $24.00
We stayed for three nights at Denny Creek. This was our second time at the campground. It's a beautiful place. The sites are widely spaced, and unlike most National Forest Service campsites, some of them have electricity. The campground is just 50 minutes from downtown Seattle, which makes it a very popular place. I've found my fellow campers there to be very quiet - but maybe that isn't because of the campers. Perhaps it's because of the background hum of the freeway noise that drowns them out. It's constant, but varies in intensity. Sometimes it's a whisper, and then the whisper turns into a roar as a semi driver roars overhead using his compression brakes. The freeway is elevated 100 feet above, while the campground is at the bottom of the valley. There are no RV utilities other than a few sites with 30amp service. There isn't even a sewer dump station. For that you can go to Lake Easton State park about 20 miles east, or Lake Sammamish State Park about 35 miles west. Verizon cell service is okay, but there is no broadcast TV reception. Good luck finding satellite TV, given the dense and shady forest you're unlikely to connect. Still, for some reason I like this campground. The hikes that start at the campground (Franklin Falls & Denny Creek Slide) are really terrific - and very popular for a good reason. They are easy to moderate difficulty and very beautiful. For a quick 2-3 night getaway close to the city, Denny Creek does okay as long as you can ignore the I-90 traffic noise. Despite the drought, the NFS was still allowing campfires in the fire pits. They didn't overreact like the state parks. I like Denny Creek - I don't love it, but I like it. - SeaTeacher