At check-in my wife inquired about the location of laundry facility and was told it was not for guest use. We were provided directions to forested campsite, however there were several very low hanging branches across road that made getting to site without scratching RV impossible. Wife drove tow car to assigned site only to find it occupied. Went to office and explained situation. Was told no one should be in the site and when campground was built it was not made for big RVs. Noticed several pull thru sites with few trees were empty along main entrance road to office so asked about availability. Were told they were only 30 amp but to pick any one we liked. Selected a site, grounded RV jacks, deployed slides, hooked up electric and water only to find no power. Plugged into adjacent site with same result. Moved to another site with good results. Went to office to advise on site selected and lack of power at other sites. Inquired about use of laundry facility since it was advertised on website. Was told it was being used by staff to clean cabin linen and that was the first priority. Said I understood and again asked if I could use it once they were done. Was told they may be using it a long time. Asked question again and was told there was only one machine working and I would be better off driving 16 miles to another town to use the laundromat there. Later that day we noticed the lights out in the laundromat with a closed sign posted in the window. There was a combination lock for entry and since she had not offered to provide the combination I decided it was not worth the bother. I have visited many RV parks over the last 10 years having accumulated over 70K miles traveled and I have to say this was the worse customer service experience I have encountered. On a positive note, the customer service and meals at the resort diner were fantastic. Location is great for visiting National Park. We camped at Skagit River Resort in a Motorhome.
Very nice City park on the river. They are planning WiFi to be installed for the 2015 season. Dump station is available. Lots of lakes and river fishing/sightseeing in area. We camped at Skagit River Resort in a Motorhome.
We stayed here because it was close to the National Park. I guess the best way to describe this park is to say it is rustic. It appears not to have been maintained over the years. There are two camping areas. In the forested area, the sites were very muddy and dark. The sunny sites had grass and when the sun was out they got some light. Besides the camping area there are lots of "cabins" which have been here for a while. The folks that run the campground could not have been nicer but we would not stay here again. We camped at Skagit River Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $26.00
Rate is weekly. There is only one 50A site - fortunately we got it. You can walk to the winery next door and to the diner between the campground and the highway. A wide variety of sites are available - shady or sunny. On Wed and Thurs the couple that manages the campground is not there and it is difficult to find someone if you want to check in or have questions. We camped at Skagit River Resort in a Motorhome.
Sites are shady, with fairly good privacy. Some long-term residents. Bathrooms are sort of funky -- no soap is provided near sinks. Management is very helpful. Sites are rocky and a little muddy. Sites away from Highway 20 are quieter than those near the road. Excellent location -- near the wilderness areas of the Cascades. Great ice cream nearby at Cascadian Farms. We camped at Skagit River Resort in a Travel Trailer.