I agree with the other posters who love this campground. It is a great spot with plenty of good riding trails for your mountain bike. I would say that McDowell Mountain Park would have an edge on the mountain biking aspect; however, the sites at Usery Park have much more plant life and greenery. Great shopping nearby, very friendly volunteers. The only somewhat negative thing we can say would be to keep your bicycles locked up while you are here, as there have been a few problems this winter.
A very convenient and friendly place to stay; staff very good. Close to town and groceries, etc. This is our fourth year here, and while we do like it, they have really let the washrooms and showers go downhill, and the worst thing we found was the lack of cleaning in the laundry room. The floor and the machines were very dirty. I told the office staff about this, hopefully by our visit next year, they will have it cleaned up.
Very nice campground, close to town, but far enough away to feel more remote. Tommy Thompson trail runs through the campsite and is about a two mile walk to the Safeway store in town. Friendly staff, nice washrooms, and a fun games room made our stay enjoyable. Sites were gravel and well kept. There were picnic tables, but did not see any fire-rings. The road out front was under construction (minor delays), but is supposed to be finished the week of May 16th. The highway noise is noticeable at most sites, but the traffic drops to just about nothing at night, making for a good sleep. With so much to do in Anacortes, we will be staying here again.
This is a nice, clean, well run park that is away from the freeway noise yet close to good shopping and just across the Highway from Camping World if you are in need of anything for the RV. We have stayed here several times and have always found the staff to be friendly and helpful. The only reason we give it lower marks are the narrow sites, while they are concrete pads, they are just a bit narrow, so that when you are doing your connections you are standing in the flower beds, or, if you leave yourself room on that side, the steps go on to the grass. That being said, it is a nice place and we will stay here again for sure.
This was just an OK park as far as we were concerned. Mainly because of the Freeway noise. I-5 just never quiets down so it was quite noisy anywhere in the complex. That being said, the managers were very nice, the washrooms were roomy and very clean, and there there was a pleasant view overlooking a farmer's field. It was also a nice touch to get a newspaper delivered in the morning.
We went to this park because of RV Park Reviews, and I have to agree with the other comments. This has to be one of the nicest family run parks we have stayed at. Everything here was as neat as a pin. We stayed in a pull through, but there are some very scenic river view sites for only a few dollars more. Washrooms and laundry were very clean, easy off and on to I-5, and the freeway noise not bad. We will be staying here again.
Pleasant surprise, office staff were very nice, the place was clean and well organized with adequate space between sites. Washrooms were large and very clean, as was the laundry. Main roadways were paved but the sites were gravel and may be a bit muddy in the rain. Would give it a 10 if the sites were paved. This was our fist time here, and we will stay again, and tell our friends to visit! The free bag of delicious oranges was a real treat.
We have stayed here several times in the past few years mostly because it is a very convenient and well timed place to stop. And while I must say that the place is very clean and tidy with regards to washrooms etc, I must admit that with the price here rising steadily for the past few seasons, and now approaching the 50 dollar mark, I am looking for other options in the area that may also be a bit further off the freeway and have wider slips (perhaps even a picnic table) Good value for 35-40 bucks..not so much for 50.