3 Parks near Vancouver, Washington
Aug 2015 - $30.00
The short term sites are pull through and easy to get in and out of. The site was long enough that we didn't have to drop the car until after getting all setup.
Sites are gravel with room between sites for a picnic table but not much more. Good Verizon signal and no problem with satellite.
Very convenient to both I5 and I205, which is one of the reasons we like to stay here. Right next to the freeway, but there is a noise wall and we weren't bothered by road noise at all.
They stay pretty full, so a reservation is a good idea. - TCDON
Aug 2015 - $27.00
This is the best RV Park in Vancouver. While it is mostly permanents, the residents have nice rigs and their individual sites are well kept. The park is spotless and is easy in and out with whatever size you have. It is a fine RV park for visiting Vancouver and Portland. It is within a quarter mile of both I-5 and I-205. They don't offer many sites for overnighters like me who stayed here for 3 nights so next time I will make reservations well ahead of time to be assured a site.
I will return. - exportman
May 2015 - $30.00
I don't know who has been reviewing this park but I suspect it is friends and relatives.
If you have a nice rig and want to stay inside and not use any amenities and are doing just an overnight, it is as good as Walmart except you have hookups. We were in site 100 which is on the main entrance road. The patio side of our rig was 4 feet from the main entrance road. All gravel. In the 300 or so sites we have been in this is in the lowest 10. On the good side, the check-in lady was nice. Also, it was easy to pull into the site and did not have to disconnect. That's it. no more positives. - DGHenry
Jun 2015 - $35.00
This is a parking lot with "monthly" residents. One man had been there for 12 years. Our neighbor, whose trailer had not been moved in years, had a party every night until about 4 AM. She left her doors and windows open and had music blaring. When we complained to the front desk, we were told that "someone would talk to her". That didn't change anything.
Our space was so small that we could not open the car doors or the trailer door fully.
The rest rooms and laundry were nice and clean. There was a small room with a kitchen that was next to the office. This is the only place we could connect to WiFi. - GandolphJames
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This is a paved park with cement pads, no shade, VERY tight spots. The location is easy on and off highway 205 and quiet at night. The check-in was easy and polite. You can not put out awnings as you will hit your neighbor's RV. My Verizon worked great and their TV channels were OK. - MJHP*28
Oct 2014 - $29.00
The pros: Clean, warm bathrooms with private shower rooms with hot water and generous hooks, enclosed dog run and separate open dog grass area, good lighting, friendly and accommodating staff, all paved (rained 2" in 24 hours while there and no mud), very quiet in spite of close quarters, Wi-Fi, cable TV. Cons: Unless one of the premium sites is selected, the pull-throughs and back-ins can require some maneuvering to accommodate both the coach and toad. We camped in a 35' 3-slide rig with a CRV in a back-in but it did require folding the mirror on the CRV in order to open the coach door. Rate was with Good Sam discount. - Markk
May 2015 - $30.00
A bit on the dodgy side but functional enough to stay overnight while we visited Portland. Sites are fairly close but level. I had to go to the rec room to use the WiFi. Dogs are allowed but not really welcome. Not sure if we',d stay here again. Staff were nice enough. - Thedogsma
Jul 2014 - $30.00
The lady at the front desk went to a lot of effort to find us (the last) spot in the campground. We did not have reservations and were lucky we found this place by accident. The park is full with the "No Vacancy" sign at the office, not on the street. The Wi-Fi works fine though in some places we were told it doesn't work and you have to come up to the clubhouse, the "hot spot". We were on our way to Westport, and unsure of a place there so we called and found a spot in town. - Ted Morgen
Sep 2013 - $28.00
Sites were extremely close together. Just stayed one night. Bathrooms were clean, safe. Individual shower rooms with separate door from bathroom area. Extremely limited areas to walk dogs - very little grass. - User3261