Easy to access, parking is a grassy field, nothing special but inexpensive place to stay in the Seattle area. One nice feature was a Cenex truck that came through every Wednesday. Nice to have propane filled on site instead of taking the tanks somewhere. Camp host is a very personable woman who runs a tight ship. Verizon coverage was OK for both data and cell was weak, worked better with boosters, but was not real strong. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Perfectly adequate park for visiting the Seattle/Tacoma area. Nothing fancy, just a grass lot. We stayed in the water/electric lot which was just fine. The pleasant downtown area of Puyallup is within walking distance. The rate is higher if you do not get your space through the office during their open hours so call in advance if you will arrive on a weekend or after they close. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical fair grounds RV park. Good working utilities, but that is all. Much of the park had soft mud, so rigs were all packed together on a single (more dry) row. Not much in way of security, but park seemed safe. Lots of Trains nearby and the frontage road is heavily used to avoid the traffic on the main drag. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here just before the Good Guys car show was set to start. We were given a couple of sites so we had plenty of room. No frills, basic campsite but worked well for us as we were just trying to take care of a few business things before moving on from the Seattle area. Normal rate is $23 when they don't have an event going on, cheapest place to stay in the Seattle area. Campground host was great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great power and water pressure. No restrooms or shower house. Very friendly and helpful campground host. Very strict with speed limit within the park to ensure no dust is stirred up on the gravel roads since the weather is conducive to open windows. Located right in town just behind the fairgrounds. We came for a three-day event, but stayed 16 days because it is perfect for where we are located. We will gladly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No frills campground but well priced for Seattle area. Sites were grassy but level. All services were at the back of the sites. Campground was not full so we had plenty of space. If it had been full the sites would have been very tight. Convenient to mass transit. We went to Tacoma and took express bus to Seattle--45 minutes and didn't have to fight the traffic. If you are looking for a base for sightseeing this is a good place. Only issue was TV reception--seemed to be dependent on location in park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a quiet green, grassy field. It was only about a quarter full when we were here, so there was plenty of room. The host(ess) was wonderful, friendly and thoughtful. Even though it was "just a field" it was a nice place to sit outside. The view is of an old wooden roller coaster on the fairgrounds. Very cool. We loved it and our dog loved it. Nothing fancy, no amenities, just a really nice place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was a mud hole mess but then it is still March and we get the rain here in the northwest. Park Could use a good update and some Gravel in the sites. We were able to find good spot that was basically dry. It worked for our two nights stay to visit family in area. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with all of the previous comments except for one thing. Noise. It is very noisy in the mornings apparently from commuter trains. Since there are so many crossings in Puyallup, the train horns blow constantly between 5 and 6 O'clock. Bring your ear plugs. Also, finding the Orange parking lot can be tricky. It is on Fairview Drive across from the roller coaster. Fairview Drive can be a bit noisy as well. But aren't most RV Parks near a highway anyhow? We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a terrific stop: priced right, easy on/off highway etc. Puyallup was a nice town and the fair grounds was walking distance to the downtown area as well as a grocery store, etc. Seattle and Tacoma were as easy to get to from here as from anywhere else in the area I suspect, just a lot of traffic to deal with. While there aren't pull throughs specifically the hosts are very accommodating to big rigs pulling trailers (as we are). We would absolutely return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is just an open field. Most sites the sewer/water/electric is at the rear so it makes for a very long sewer line. Rate of $20 per night is only if you pay in the fair office Monday-Friday, 9-5. Rate of $25 is charged if you pay at the campground with the campground host, cash only. About 12 of the sites are pull-through and therefore you can set up your sewer/water/electric closer. There is an area that is water/electric only. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are over 50' deep but not wide enough to put slideouts out without encroaching on adjacent sites. Recent management directive is that if you encroach on adjacent sites you will be charged for 2 sites. There are no facilities, only a site to park in. Rate is $20 for drive-in's. $16 rate requires prepayment at Fair office or by credit card. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a place for people to camp who are going to events at the Puyallup Fairgrounds. It mainly is a very large grass parking lot and it has a large number of hookups. For reservations you need to call (253) 845-1771. There are no restrooms, so you must be self contained. There are also a number of non-hook-up sites. From the CG, you can either walk accross the street to the Orange gate if it's open or drive around to the east side gates. If you are going to a major event, I would imagine that you need to make reservation well in advance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.