This is probably the nicest RV park in Westport, but it's still quite tight. When not full it's a relaxing spot with grassy sites and a big, green area in the back near the tents (great for doggie), but when full you can almost hand your morning coffee to your neighbor. Good, clean restrooms, laundry, and friendly hosts. Wi-Fi was OK (mostly good, but does get overloaded with campers). Lots of mosquitoes in the tenting area, but that's just the season. Easy drive to the marina. Lots of good sightseeing in the area. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice RV park. It is clean and very well maintained. If you are going to this area this is probably the best place to be. Sadly, unless you like to fish or have an interest in cranberry bogs, there is not much reason to go to Westport. Time has not been kind to the area and there are many closed business and distressed properties. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here 4 years in a row with our RVing group. They treat us very well. Usually we have about 80 people, so no wonder they go out of their way for us. If I were traveling alone, I would still like this place, as it is close to the Westport Marina, and there are quite a lot of things to do here. The sites are all back in, and pretty narrow, however. Sometimes the little trees can get in the way. There is another area that is back in the trees with much more privacy and lots of shade and trees. That is best for tents and small RVs. There is a small store, and the owners are friendly and helpful. My only complaint is how packed it is, and how noisy on weekends. It is like camping on a school playground. If you have kids it is a great place for them. Not so much for older adults, however. Or people who don't care so much for parking lots. If you plan to spend much of your time away seeing the sights then this is a great place to leave your rig and then come home to sleep since it is quiet at night. If you want to hang around your site during the day, them you'd better love the sounds of kids screaming, and being able to hear the folks next door talking about what to have for lunch. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice RV park very close to the boardwalk and docks. The sites are gravel, but are very level. There is sufficient space for big rigs. The owner is friendly and helpful. There is a pool and cable. At night it was very quiet. The only reason I didn't give a 10, is because the Wi-Fi didn't work most of the time as advertised. We camped in a 39' rig and we would go back. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $38.00
Very lovely setting. Bathrooms very clean. Good hot water once I switched shower stalls. No hand held shower head and not enough shelves for all my shampoos and soaps, but o.k. I did report it to management. Very nice folks. We came in on an uncrowded Sunday night and was able to pick our spot. We picked the one closest to bathrooms and laundry. It had a nice slab patio and flowers and grass. The only site that did. Has an air hose which is unusual for parks. Didn't try the heated pool, but would have liked to. Weather kinda crummy and we don't fish, so we moved on. Laundry clean. Two dollars to wash. I picked a crowded time to do laundry on Sunday afternoon so had to wait a couple of hours. No biggie. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $33.00
A little bit older park, but lots of greenery and wide open grassy areas across the street where the deer come to graze. The sites are fairly wide but it may just seem that way because the park was pretty empty at this time of year. The bathrooms were clean. No security code. We were told to lock our bins and our RV when away because of teenaged vandals searching for booze. Go to the marina nearby, it is fascinating. The way they engineered the breakwater is so interesting. You can walk up to a fishing boat and buy slabs fresh off the fish. Gray's Harbor Light is nearby, but it was closed due to lack of volunteers. The Destruction Island Light Fresnel lens is on display at the maritime museum and it is a must. Really a wonderful place to stay and visit. We loved it and would stay again. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $36.00
120 sites, big rig friendly, level, full service, cable TV, secure WiFi, good location, close to downtown but quiet. Friendly, helpful staff. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $32.00
Great park - great staff, very friendly. Some of the sites were a little tight for bigger rigs. Park is in a good location for exploring the area between Grays Harbor and Willipa Harbor, and at the right time of the year Salmon fishing is great, as well. We will use this park again. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $31.00
Our first time here and what a wonderful experience. This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed in. The staff and everyone else we met while we were there were all wonderful. Beautiful playground and pool area. Very pet friendly. We camped here with our yellow lab and we have never been to a more pet friendly camping area. We arrived home today and are planning our next trip to stay there again. I would highly recommend this campground to anyone with pets or who are taking children along. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $36.00
We enjoyed the heated pool and the hot showers that didn't need coins. Very attractive place with flowers and trees, even though it rained, we had comfort. The washers and dryers were great. Nice owners. I would return. So much for our money. And we walked to the restaurant across the road, which was excellent. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Truck Camper.
Nice neat quiet park located just out of the original port of Westport. Community generally reflects the downturn in the economy with closed businesses. Park sites are easily accessed and flat with good hookups. WiFi is marginal and impossible to use during peak hours. TV stations are limited, but there is cable. Probably the best place to book in Westport. There are other RV parks, but they are marginal. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $31.00
We stayed here for two nights. We got the Good Sam rate. Staff is friendly. RV spots are fairly spacious. Showers and restrooms are clean. It took a long time to get hot water, but we were probably the first to use them. We would stay here again. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here four days. The facilities were great including a fish cleaning area, pool, and propane refilling station. The sites were mostly grass and a little uneven but they were fairly wide and had plenty of room to accommodate our RV and truck. Bring mosquito repellent because the mosquitos were pretty bad especially in the area set aside for tents. All of the staff were very friendly and extremely helpful. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a great park to stay at. We saw many other parks in the area but this one was the nicest by far. The staff were great and the facilities were very clean. The laundry was $2 a wash and $1 dry. There were many large green areas that were for tenters and a park but there weren't campers in there yet so this was great for our puppies to run around in. Would definitely stay here again if back in the area. Bought some seafood at a local place called Brady's Oysters. All the food was a good price and very fresh. We also did some razor clam digging on the weekend. Lots of fun and lots of luck, yum! The Chevron station down the road sold a 3 day license. It worked out great. We camped at American Sunset RV & Tent Resort in a Motorhome.