Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $10.00
Rate is based on a monthly winter rate, electricity is included. The managers and staff are really nice and accommodating at the Islander. Even though this park has nice views of the Westport Marina and convenient to bike paths, waterfront shops, restaurants, and 'The Groins', the park itself leaves much to be desired. The park is old! With some updating, it could be a really nice park. The sites are situated in dirt with huge potholes, and when it rains, which is often, the whole park turns into a lake. The sites are short and narrow and there are only 2 sites that will fit the larger rigs like ours. We would only stay here again if they invested the time and resources to update this park. We camped at Islander Motel & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $35.00
I reluctantly gave this park a 6 based on location. Professional friendly staff, good free wi-fi, and cable. The washrooms and showers, though clean, were showing the affects of a long season. Two of the three washing machines in the laundry were down for repair, not surprising in this very sandy environment. The biggest problem with this park is it was built prior to larger rigs and is VERY tight. Don't even think about extending your awning if you have a slide out. With the park only 25% full, we had no problem upon arrival or departure. However, were this park full, it would have been a nightmare with our 26' trailer and full size pickup. This park reconfigured with fewer sights could warrant an 8 or 9. While we would consider staying here in the off season, we will probably stay in another park on our next trip to Westport. We camped at Islander Motel & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: February, 2008 - $35.00
This is a simple park, right on the Westport Marina. My uncle was crab fishing, so we decided to stay here one night on our way down the coast and have dinner with him. It's kind of a neat place, they were having some unseasonable sunny weather, so there were a lot of surfers in town, which was fun to watch. The site is on the marina on one side, and the ocean on the other side. It is attached to a hotel which has a great restaurant (Half Moon Bay Bar and Grill). Westport is home to Washington's tallest lighthouse, I did not know that before coming here. Anyway, this is probably not a great place for groups, the only facility is a little spendy (the conference room in the hotel), but it is nice, and you can't beat the view. Husband wants to come back and fish halibut and if we do we will stay here again. We camped at Islander Motel & RV Park in a Motorhome.