Park has just completed new restroom/shower facility with disability units. New gravel in most sites on Loop 2. Full hookup section (premium sites) is okay, but needs renovation. Pleasant woodsy atmosphere. Will stay here again. We camped at Wenberg County Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $28.00
We are in site 3 which has full hookups. Most sites don't' have 50 amps but this one does. Only gave it a 7 because the sites 1-5 are short. Our 35 ft motorhome fit with our car, but no spare room as the sites are 45 feet long. Really had to use blocks to raise rear of motorhome as these sites are not level. Only our site 3 was able to get our Direct TV. Not a lot of room to maneuver. I understand park fills up in summer but I wouldn't stay here again. We camped at Wenberg County Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $25.00
We camped in late August just before school started. This campground was completely full with a ton of loud, rowdy kids that needed to scream and yell late into the night. Overall, the campground was nice, but we had to take a pull-through space that was too close to our neighbors. We would stay here again but only if we could get a different site. We camped at Wenberg County Park in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $32.00
Nice park for boaters, as it is located on beautiful Lake Goodwin. Sites would have been really close if park was full, but we were 1 of only 2 campers in our loop. Paid $25 and $7 reservation fee. This is similar fee to a private park, yet must buy tokens to take shower and there is also a fee to dump tanks. We camped at Wenberg County Park in a Motorhome.
This is a small state park. The web site indicates that it's located 18 miles northwest of Everett, WA; but it's actually closer to Stanwood, WA. The higher numbered spots, which are non-utility, are closed in the winter. The utility sites, which are both pull-through and back-in, have water and electric only, no sewer. There is a sewer dump with easy access on the way out of the park. The electric service is 20, 30, and 50 amp. The pull-through sites are in an open area, are somewhat close together, and can only accommodate RV's up to 30 feet. The back-in sites are in the trees behind the open area; can accommodate the larger RV's, and are a little more spacious. The non-utility sites are located throughout the tree area. Some of the non-utility spots near the outer edge of the park are along a fence-line that appears to border a private residential area. (This could possibly be a problem for both park users and the residents on the other side of the fence!) Each camping site (both utility and non-utility) has a picnic table and a nice fire ring. The sites that are used all year have a sturdy picnic table made from recycled materials. The sites that are used only in summer have either a wooden, or wood/metal picnic table. Some of the sites are designated "pair" sites for people traveling together. The day-use area has a kitchen pavilion for groups, and an amphitheater. Restrooms were OK, but not really clean. And, typical for Washington state parks, the showers were 50 cents for three minutes. This is a good park if you are a boating enthusiast, as it is located close to a Lake Goodwin. Another camper that was there at the time had a fishing boat, caught a lot of trout, and gave me one of the caught trout. If you are not a boating fanatic, this park is good for an overnight (or for taking a new RV out to put it through its paces). We camped at Wenberg County Park in a Motorhome.