Campground opposite famous beach with a huge boulder. Terrific location but campground experience very unpleasant. Sites were very narrow with fire rings right next to RV. On other side of site, picnic table was next to sewer connection of adjacent RV. A family set up RV plus 3 tents which created a lot of noise. The bathrooms were dark and dingy. Management told us they are planning to redo the row where our site was located. Only recommend staying here if there is need to be right by the beach.
Lovely campground with excellent views of Sequim Bay across the road and 5 minute walk to grassy walk way by bay with picnic tables and benches. Marina and Dockside Grill (good local seafood with high prices) 5 minutes away as well. Sites are wide and clean. A bonus is a gravel driveway adjacent to concrete pad to park car/truck alongside. Some wildflowers, lavender but no trees. The views make this location so enjoyable, especially with all the birds on this Olympic birding trail. Plenty of places to walk dog.
A perfect place to enjoy the woods and forests right outside entrance to Mt. Rainier NP. Wide site with lots of huge pine trees. Even when full, still had some room between sites (about 35' wide?). Enjoyed making campfires with good fire rings. Very small, cozy campground that delivers firewood to site. Sites border a circle that included a play ground, dog walk area and decent laundry room, Really added to our stay at this beautiful NP.
A spotless, cozy, small campground right in the heart of Sequim with views of the mountains and a tiny dog walk area. Despite dry climate with little rain, some grass between each site. Very clean with very friendly management who helped us with inside tips on seeing local sights and Victoria. Loved the views of lavender outside RV windows. Caters to retirees. Enjoyed our stay immensely.
Very pleasant, country like setting, yet just off I-5 outside of Portland. Our site faced a berm which afforded great place to walk dog and just relax after driving all day. Wide, clean sites with trees. Great location for doing trip to Mt. St. Helens.
Lovely landscaping and some trees offered some privacy between sites although not a lot. Friendly, maintained and so close to Cannon Beach, Haystack Rock. Staff friendly and laundry room had new efficiency washers/dryers. Felt welcome here. Independently owned and well run.
Large, clean KOA. Front section behind office had large, shady sites with attractive foliage. Management very attentive to maintenance. Free pancakes and lots of stuff for families. Area offered so much to see and do. K9 park outstanding.
Beautiful, shady site surrounded by trees, boulders with lots of privacy between sites. Bath house and showers spotless. Big resort but with all the forests, private and quiet. Laundry featured new efficiency washers/dryers. Different codes for bath house, laundry room, and gate confusing. Wished we could have stayed longer.
Very beautiful setting adjacent to nature preserve and creek afforded tranquility after a long, hot day driving truck + RV. It is a good distance from highway and the Walmart, but so lovely. Very pleasant staff. Easy pull through sites. Wished we could have stayed longer.
Large parking lot with site far from the building with the showers. Had difficulty with the connections, due to poor maintenance. Sites very narrow. It was hot and dusty. Only choose if no other locations available in area. Dog park very small and contained little grass.
Very cozy, cheerful campground with pull through sites. Had trouble pulling in due to narrow width of sites and trees. Very convenient to Walmart, town amenities and the Golden Spike NHS. Laundry featured clean, high efficiency washers and dryers. Staff very caring.
Very shady, easy, pull through sites. Bathrooms very clean. Only drawback were steps to go down to bathroom. Lovely town nearby with all needed amenities. Road noise from highway somewhat bothersome. Recommended to stay in middle to back of campground. Pool closed, due to new pool being built.