30 RV Parks near Silver Creek, Washington
Sep 2017 - $46.00
Very friendly people at registration and within the park, which is good because most of the folks here are long term. The sites are fairly level but too close together, especially since many are long term. The park is well kept and tidy, pretty easy to manuever around although most sites are back in so if you are looking for a pull through they are very limited. The price we felt was about $10 too high for what this park offered. We were surprized by the amount of traffic noise that you could hear, both from hwy5, the road to St Helens and Powers Rd. Would only stay here again as a last option. - RestlessRVrs
Jul 2017 - $43.00
This KOA is the closest campground on the road to Mt. St. Helens. It is beautiful, terraced levels for sites, lots of room for rigs, well maintained and super friendly, helpful staff. Access is good, wifi is fine, view is nice. I highly recommend this stop if you are taking a day trip to the volcano. - chillyvt
Jul 2017 - $53.00
At $53 the most expensive park I've camped in. Never saw the hosts, everything was closed when we got there and when we left. The park was very clean and well maintained. - Clyde Clevenger
Apr 2017 - $30.00
My stay here has been great. Staff is helpful and agreeable. Close to river fishing. Very quiet, occassional train in the distance. Lot of monthly renters, all friendly. Its the overnite campers that are usually rude and insensitive to others and look down on people who chose or simply have to live in a motorhome. There is a stigma in america that comfortable/wealthy folks have adopted, where anyone living in an rv is doing so in order to avoid the law, cook meth, or drink uncontrollably! I have found that to be a rediculous myth. Very kind, down to earth people are living this life for various reasons including saving money for a house. - Cel
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is a small park, and by no means a resort. Friendly staff and residents. Mostly long term residents, think they have 2 overnight pull through sites. Interior gravel roads, some pot holes. We stayed 4 nights. No cable, but no problems with water, sewer or electric. Level site. Easy on off of I-5. Near Mt. St.Helen's, but a bit of a drive to Mt. Rainier. If you mind a mostly long term residence park, then this park is not for you. We felt safe and would return if in the area again. - Vicki K
Apr 2016 - $33.00
We camped here for a couple days and decided to stay for a couple weeks. The weekly rate was cheaper then daily. We had to move from an overnight spot to longer term which was inconvenient. The Rv park in mostly long term residents. Manager was very nice and the tenants were nice as well. It's a little noisy with road noise and close to a railroad crossing. No cable or internet. Good place to stop for a few days. We would stop here again. - Dreamer53
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Stayed one night. Large park. Well run. Good location for visiting Mt. St. Helens. A bit pricey for a freeway park. Good Verizon. No cable. - BigDawg1
Aug 2017 - $41.00
This place has lots to offer! It's great for families who like to camp and have activities for the kids. If I was a 9 year old kid, it would be paradise! You can ride your bikes all over the place on the many paved roads in the various rows of streets. Great accessible trail to the river and a fun river to explore and skip rocks in! A beautiful pool area and pool warm and clean! Nic group BBQ and refrig next to pool. Lots of activities . Covered basketball courts, pickle ball. Private bathrooms. Two separate buildings. 6 total bathrooms. Sites are gravel with brown grass, but our site level. I think for a campground like this, well manicured green lawns are a waste of money. I've seen too many seniors letting their dogs pee on the grass and ruin it. They have good rules for those that don't have common courtesy and common sense. And unlike a national rv chain that spells camping with a k, they actually have nice folks cursing around in golf carts enforcing the lease laws, etc. I appreciate that. I was surprised with all the families and limited tv, that the WIFI was so good! Nice and strong at all hours. Now the not so good news.... the trains! We wont be back because hubbie can't sleep through the train noise and whistles. In the bathroom, when the train goes by, the building does vibrate. The woman on the phone tried to give us a place away from trains, but it didn't really help. The farther you get from train ,closer you get to hwy 5 traffic. I'm amazed at most of the rvs are placed closest to the traintracks. Maybe, monthly rent is very cheap or they are deaf. - RebaW
Aug 2017 - $42.00
About 240 sites that they are trying to fill with park models or "tiny houses". Less than half the sites were filled. They do have lots of facilities such as pickleball and volleyball, but you need to bring all the players you need as they do not organize anything. Big playground for kids. The sites need some maintenance. The utilities are strangely placed. The water is very near the front of the site, the sewer near the center and the electric near the rear. We needed three sewer hoses to reach the sewer and all the electrical cable to reach the electric pedestal. Our picnic table was flaking off paint so we did not use it. The only sites that had green grass were those occupied by permanent or long term guests. This could be a really nice destination park with a little effort. The highway noise is only a low background rumble and was not too noticeable. While the trains do run along the west side of the property only the northbound trains blow their whistle and only after they have passed the park. You do feel the vibration but it was not bad. Easy off and on to I-5. Wifi worked well most of the tine. Verizon worked ok. We used satellite for tv. We would stay here again if in the area. - Windshift
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Rate does not include the 10% Good Sam discount. An rv mini park right up against the green near the 9th hole of the golf course! Sounds like it ought to be quiet and peaceful. Well, not quite. A railroad track is nearby, a municipal airport is located on the other side of a levee, and cars occasionally roar by the small road parallel to the less than twenty-five full hookup, back-in sites. Full hookups along a stretch of concrete just beyond the gravel overflow parking area for the golf center. Trash cans located every few sites along the fence by the road. The adjacent site (#21) did not have a cover over the sewer opening but no smells emanated. Overheard another camper share that using sewer as dumping station could cause overflow, but is OK as periodic sewer system. No Wi-Fi. No showers or restrooms. No dump site. Meh tasting city water. We stayed a Friday and Saturday night for the convenience of location. The first night was tolerable but a wedding reception was held at the golf course club house on Saturday night and the speakers and pumping music played loudly past 10 pm made the evening far from peaceful. - rvYoungster16
Aug 2016 - $37.00
Nice Cement Pads, Great view of Golf Course out back windows,
VERY noisy; No Wi-Fi; No public restrooms or showers; No Trash; No Outside tables;
No Fire pits
For the price, it is easy to get to and nice view of course. But you are between small airport, trains, and NOISY gold course. One does not normally expect a Golf Course to be noisy. But this one hosts public events such as weddings and parties. Expect private outdoor events with load music to and past mid-night.
Some spots are longer than others.
Also very weird that only ONE 40 gallon trash can for 20+ RV spaces... So trash piles up quickly.
In short... seen much worse private parks... but this is just a place to park your RV and stay a night or two. Great if you want to Golf... otherwise nothing to do here. This is NOT a spot for "camping". - Oregon_Adventure
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Campgrounds this year have been busy. In town (Centralia) for a wedding, and finding a place close if not a campground I looked here. Clean, quiet, golf if you want, and nice course. Great place to stop overnight, or explore area. Next to regional airport, but no real noise. We were treated to the Goodyear Blimp parked out on tarmac till Saturday morning, pretty cool. Stores like they say close by. Cab service quick, cell service super, WI fi never checked. Remember this place has not tables, fire rings, showers, or restrooms. Self contained units only. - NXTSTOP
Aug 2017 - $43.00
Great referral by another CG in Ashford. This is a gem of a small, well managed CG set in the woods about 20 miles from Mt Rainier NP. The owners are friendly and helpful. The sites are level and comfortably spaced from neighbors. An easy ride into the NP. Water and electric on site. Good wifi, no tv. Showers and dump services are a la carte - the only negative I can think of. We recommend it highly! - Toni and Jim
Jul 2017 - $40.00
My wife and I stayed here in our travel trailer and thoroughly enjoyed it. I had previously tent camped at this campground several years ago and when the wife and I got our travel trailer we made it our maiden destination since it was an hour from our home. Our site was right next to the creek and was very large (we found out later that the site we stayed in was the one the owners built for themselves when they built the park). The owners are a wonderful friendly couple who are ready to help whenever needed. Our site was a bit difficult to get into with our rig but part of it was the approach they advised to take to it. Had I come in from the opposite direction it would have been much easier. The grounds are beautiful, heavily wooded with a nice creek that runs by. There's a large field to take the dogs out and let em run if you need. We will definitely be staying at Eastcreek again and again as a quick getaway. Be advised there is little to no cell reception which isn't a problem in my book, but that may bother others. A quick 5-10 minute drive will alleviate that for you however. - JeremyFr
Jun 2017 - $40.00
This is a small, family owned park. Very well planned out and run. The owners and the camp hosts were among the nicest we have encountered. They were willing to help with anything we needed, and stopped by to chat a few times. They gave us lots of information on things to see and do around the area. There are not a huge amount of sites in this campground, and the majority are smaller, made for tents or small campers, but there are a few that will accommodate larger rigs. We have a 43' toy hauler and fit great in site #3 - their largest, and best site, situated right on the creekside. There was sketchy cell service, but if we were outside it worked ok. We could get online here and there, t00. No satellite, no tv. But we enjoyed watching some of our old movies at night after our campfires.
The only real drawback for us (besides being offline and no TV...) was having to dump instead of sewer hookups. There is a dump station, and if you stay more than 2 nights, there is no charge, but we could not get to it without a lot of maneuvering, so chose to carry our "load" to the next campground. We could have done it, but decided we were ok to travel that day.
Mt Rainier Park is just about 20 miles away, and easy to get to. But we also went into Seattle for a baseball game, drove to Mt St Helens ( 2 hours away, but worth it!), and then down to Portland to Multnomah Falls, because we were told they "were not to be missed!" They were awesome, but maybe not a day's worth of driving. The park is peaceful, and relaxing. No amenities, except horseshoes and tether ball. And kids and adult both loved playing in the creek, as it was hot the first couple of days here. We would return to this park. Sad to hear it is for sale, hope someone who loves it as much as they do, buy it. - Clfac54
Nov 2016 - $1.00
Pulled in, looked around, found the power pedestals in poor shape & wires exposed, so left.
This would be a "last resort" choice. - Saddlesore
Aug 2012 - $25.00
Having passed on the park where we had planned to stay the night, saw the sign for this place on the freeway and took a chance. This is easily the slummiest campground we've seen in over four years of full time traveling. Cramped spaces almost all of which are occupied by permanent residents, who seem not to mind the squalor. So, come if you must, but bring a surge protector and maybe consider locking your door. - Pawticket
Aug 2017 - $36.00
We stayed at Rocky Point Campground which is on Alder Lake. This campground is listed under Alder Lake Campground at the Washington State reservation site. It's a very small, 25 site campground on the south end of Alder Lake. I think we were at one of the best sites in the park as we had a nice view of the lake. One side of our site was the well house and the on the other side the camp site was so far away we could barely see it. This park is right next a busy highway so during the day it's quite noisy. Be sure to get a site away from the road. A chat with the host informed us that the only available phone or internet connections are available through Verizon. We were fortunate enough to have Verizon equipment so our services were good. While we were there, the park was only half full. The lake was also way down. You could swim in it, but there no beach as such. The boat launch wasn't usable. You could get a kayak or rubber raft off of the boat launch, but that's about it. The park has no sewer or dump station so you have to drive 4 miles to the main campground to dump. - hoppers4
Aug 2017 - $30.00
The Alder Lake campgrounds are three different and separate areas. We stayed in the Rocky Point Campground which is the smallest and has the least amount of amenities. It is located on the main road into the Longmire entrance of Mount Rainier National Park and is the closest of the three Tacoma utility campgrounds. As such there was a large amount of traffic and the site was somewhat noisy. We had a large pull through with some lake view with more than enough room including our tow vehicle. The site had electric and water which were conveniently placed. There is no sewer and no sewer dump at Rocky Point. We had no OTA television and very limited cell phone service. The lake is easily accessed but the shore is rocky and there is no designated swimming area. It is about 13 miles to the park entrance and there are several restaurants and fuel stations along this road. We would stay here again. - bbmidwife
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Nice campground near Mount Rainier NP. No Wi-Fi and weak Verizon wireless connection. 9 OTA channels. Well maintained with many pull through campsites. No sewer hookups but 2 dump stations. - Bburgbrewer
May 2011 - $20.00
This campground is mainly for those that are fishing. There really is nothing to do at this RV park as well as no cell phone service. There are no showers. They tell you to use the event center in town and those bathrooms are porta potties. The cable TV is very poor as a lot of the channels are not viewable due to the condition of the cable in the campground. Most of the campers here are long term. I will not stay here again. There are others in the area that are more suitable for RV's. - Cactus Pete
Aug 2007 - $20.00
No showers, Porta Potties. Sites very close together (as in parking lot). Staff friendly. Beautiful lake. - Uh-Oh
May 2016 - $27.00
Eagles Nest RV Park now offers LP Gas (Propane) $1.90/ gal. They are building a community covered outdoor kitchen and eating area along with sites for tent campers. Soon, each RV space will have storage units for long term stays. Lastly, they put a range extender antenna/amplifier so the whole park can have internet access. - Thor Pinnicacle
Dec 2015 - $13.00
Being that I'm a full-time RV'er, I found that Eagles Nest RV Park has the best view of the Alder Lake and the mountains in the background, so I decided to stay long term. The park is under new management and the full-timers there are very friendly and easy to get along with. The Coin-op laundry room has two front loader washers, and two dryers, the restrooms/shower rooms are very spacious and are handicap ready.
The RV park also has wifi. it's strong enough to stream Netflix and YouTube videos. The only draw back I can think of is... Well... I haven't been there long enough to notice any. - Thor Pinnicacle
Oct 2014 - $28.00
The staff is very nice. However, the sites are short. We were barely able to fit our 35 foot motorhome in the site. As one of the other reviewers mentioned there was a lot of dog poo on the ground. There looks to be a lot of long term RVs there. It is right next to the highway, so there was a lot of highway noise, especially with all the logging trucks going by. There does not seem to be a lot of options though when visiting Mount Ranier. - Super Symmetry
Oct 2017 - $41.00
Great place for an overnight stay. Friendly, clean and very safe. - Howls_Castle
Sep 2017 - $45.00
First Impression: Road sign could be better but appearance is most impressive. Safety: No concerns. Access: I-5 exit 82, northwest on Harrison to left on Galvin, past lumber yard, turn left. Access road in good condition, Garmin GPS was accurate.
Office: Friendly staff, convenience store with food, snacks, soft drinks, and RV equipment items. Restaurant attached. Credit cards accepted. Online reservations not available. Good Sam discount.
Facilities: No pool, spa, or fitness room. Rec center available. Restrooms/showers "almost modern" but very clean, no mold, privacy curtains, hot water with great pressure (score "A"). Propane sales. No playground. No off-leash dog run.
Campground: Not in a flood plain. No storm shelter. Beautifully landscaped with a few mature trees, lots of grass and manicured bushes separate sites. Interior roads are wide, asphalt in excellent condition with gentle turns and no overhead obstacles. Big rig and long coach friendly. Prevosts won't have problems. Overflow parking available. No tent area, yurts, or cabins.
Sites are all spacious, level, concrete, back-in and pull-through. Utilities at rear of site with FHU-20/50 (no 30A socket at my site), no meters. Low water pressure with good taste. Sewer pipe is 3" threaded, about 6" above ground level (I needed 2 stinky tubes). No patios; ½ sized picnic tables (vinyl covered). Ground fires not permitted, no fire rings. Good satellite views. Free cable TV (not tested). Free TengoNet Wi-Fi with good coverage and bandwidth. Verizon phone at 4 bars; 4G not checked. Recycle aluminum cans only.
Noise: Distant railroad, no aircraft, traffic, or interstate noise. Bug Report (early September): no insects noted. Runners: CG roads excellent for running. Yoga: sites good for your mat. Conclusion: Score 8-Upscale. This CG could win awards. - StephenK
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Very nice park, small but well maintained. Several pull through sites surrounded by back-ins occupied primarily by permanents. Staff was friendly and the wifi was excellent. Nice restaurant on site for you breakfast lovers. - nmunozjr