We thoroughly enjoyed our 5 days there. The staff was friendly and efficient. The Wi-Fi, hookups, cell all worked fine. The beautiful landscape, flowers, pond, clean rest rooms, and inexpensive laundry were great. And the manager even babysat our dog from 7:00am until 10:00pm (for a small fee) while we took the ferry to Victoria. There is a fantastic doggie playground, complete with toys and a small wading pool. The location is a great base for visiting the many local attractions. Sequim is a beautiful place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a gem of a small park. Beautifully maintained, with the cleanest laundry room I have seen. Very friendly and very helpful park employees. Excellent fenced dog park with toys and a plastic swimming pool. Gravel sites which are generally level. There is a certain level of road noise as the park is adjacent to US 101. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has the feeling of being cramped. There are a couple of tighter turns for big rigs and the big rig sites are essentially a gravel parking lot. Other sites seem randomly situated and somewhat close together. On the other hand, there is a spacious and grassy off-leash area (the best we have yet seen in an RV park) and a very nice fish/duck pond. Just off the highway, this was our choice prior to catching a morning ferry. We would not stay here on an extended basis, due to the overall size and comparative quality of the the park. But, we had been here before for one night. Staff were friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband and I are on the first leg of a several month RV trip through the greater Pacific Northwest. Our first stop is Rainbow's End RV Park in Sequim, WA. From the street you would not expect the inside of the park to be so nice. It's an older park with granite rock sites with some with grassy areas. There is ample parking for your toad, and a massive off-leash dog park for the kids to run and play. Top that off with a super friendly staff that immediately welcomes you and makes you feel like you have been here for months, and the beautiful little trout pond with waterfalls, and you have one sweet little place to stay. It is really close to downtown Sequim, which has all the amenities in regard to stores, restaurants, fast-food, and RV service centers (if you need one). We pulled in later in the evening and were immediately greeted by two very nice guys that welcomed us, and gave us a quick run-down of the place, and most important, the codes for internet access! It just gets better from there. We pulled into our spot with a very nice sized grass area as long and wide as our coach, and a head-on view of the beautiful pond and waterfalls (man-made, and filled with trout). As we pulled in, we noticed the huge, fully fenced, off-lease dog park that rivals the size of some regular dog parks. It is filled with community toys for the kids to play with and completely covered by a nice, green, soft grass. The next morning we did our check-in and were greeted by two more very wonderful hosts that welcomed us again and urged us to get unpacked and settled in. Diagonally across from us is a full-timer, who works at the park, wonderfully sweet, and here's the best part, she offers dog-sitting services for those who want to take a night out on the town or at the major casino down the road. This place may not be the most modern facility that some camping snobs require, and it definitely is not some run down patch of dirt either. What it is, is a well maintained, smaller sized, absolutely beautiful, friendly, pet friendly, family environment that makes you feel right at home. If you are in Washington and miss staying here, you have missed a major gem of a good old American RV park with all the flavors of what RVing is supposed to have! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a decent park, right on Highway 101, so there is some road noise. It did quiet down a lot at night. Some sites are tight, and some are not. We chose a gravel back in site that was huge. We wanted to get satellite signal, and the site was away from some of the big trees. There was a kind of annoying fountain in the pond that ran all night that I could have lived without. The dog yard was nice, but other than that, there is no place to exercise the pets outside of the park. Easy driving distance to Olympic National Park. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful setting with flowers at each site and a fishing pond.The lady that checked us in was very friendly. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked great. The only thing I did not like was the size of the sites. With my slide out extended I was 3 ft from the neighbor. If he had a slide out we would not have made it. Can't put the awning out due to space. I would stay here again if needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground close to town. Beautiful grounds with flowers and pond. Several areas to sit around the water. Good area for dogs--fenced so they can run without leash. Camped with 38' 5th wheel. They did have good pull through sites for larger rigs. Our site was the last one available and was a little difficult getting into. Hosts helped us get in. Laundry was extremely clean and priced well: $1.25 for washer and 1.00 for dryer (40 minutes). Close to Walmart and other services. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cute little RV park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Nice fish pond and fountain. Fires allowed. Small park with very close quarters and some nicely shaded areas. Close to many amenities like Casino, Golf Courses, and Wine tasting. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park itself is nice, but some sites are better than others. They are too close together in some areas and fine in others. The owners and camp hosts are real nice and friendly but the one thing that detracts from the score is the highway noise. The park sits right on US 101. At night the noise is not so bad but during the day it is difficult to sit outside, at least toward the front of the park. The Wi-Fi is fine and there are lots of cable channels. It is a good location from which to explore Olympic National Park. 30 miles to to the top of Hurricane Ridge (beautiful) and there is 7 Cedars Casino about 9 miles away. Just north (5 mi.) is the Olympic Game Farm with lots of "wild" animals in a drive though zoo. You can have llamas and yaks drool on you if you want. Got lots of good pictures. Apparently we missed the lavender season (starts next month) but is Sequim's claim to fame. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very well maintained and really pretty with a pond and lots of flowers. The staff are very friendly and exceedingly helpful. The showers are fabulous with plenty of room, mat for the floor and lovely hot water. Pets are catered for with a large fenced off area for them to run around and play. There is only one negative point - the R.V. sites are very narrow so camping units are parked very close to one another. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly, helpful staff and convenient to town. Small park, a bit crowded and congested. Clean but showing its age. OK for the two nights we stayed, but not for a longer stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We picked this park because it offered tent and RV, to be near tent sites we had to have a site with no sewer (which we agreed to) and tent area sounded nice on internet. Upon arriving, we were sent to back of park next to maintenance yard, and sort of lacking in a defined camp area. Told everything was good," put your tent where you want etc. This is not a good park for tents, or RVs road noise is bad and ruins environment. Also in tent area were a motorhome, RV, truck, boat and misc., this is not camping. At almost the end of our stay they came and told us we have to move tent, so they could put in a motorhome. We left for day after our tent camper left too and found they had crammed in not one but two motorhomes. What a disappointment this whole place was, sites are extremely close together, some slides almost touch, and lots of tow vehicles parked all over the place. Park is pretty and well maintained, but it is not worth the money they charge and they do not stick with what they tell you. Their explanation is well we got busy, so things change, that is poor business practice. Know your park and its limitations and book accordingly. Will not come back here ever! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was very clean, well maintained, kid and pet friendly. We were greeted by courteous, helpful hosts. My 12 year old daughter was safe to roam around the park on her own. We have a German shepherd who could run through their pet area, which is of a decent size and kept clean. Very friendly place. I recommend Rainbows End RV Park. I must add the restrooms and showers were immaculate. Great stay! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is well maintained and has friendly staff. The sites were extremely small, we barely fit in a 32' MH into the assigned site. If you are much bigger than 32' I would recommend not staying here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very attractive park surrounding a pond with waterfall, fountain, fish & ducks. Although located on Highway 101, was relatively quiet. Well kept shrubs, flowers, and trees. Narrow paved roads with sharp curves. Tiny gravel sites, some as narrow as 10 feet. We, as 15 year full-timers, had never before had parking-related rig damage to our 32 foot fiver. Watch out for the apple tree at the sharp right turn; it damaged our awning and ripped a hole in our roof membrane in spite of assistance by a highly skilled parking guide. Although we had a relatively spacious site, the neighbor’s awning was 3 inches from our slide. Small picnic table at each site. No open fires. Water pressure 60#. We won’t be back unless we trade for a tiny rig. Environmentally unconscious; no recycling. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small little RV Park with tight quarters for the big guys. Since we're in a smaller trailer it wasn't so bad for us. This is an exceptionally friendly park and they go out of their way to make sure you have everything you need. Their Wi-Fi was great and the fish pond was fun. Bathrooms are small: only two showers and two toilets but extremely clean. Located right beside Hwy 101, it seemed that it should have been noisy but we never noticed. We were here 5 days and felt very comfortable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small park. The staff are friendly and helpful, even escorting us to our site. Sites are close together. We had 50 amp., site was flat, we were able to get satellite, Verizon MiFi and cell phone service. Cable TV is included. There is a lot of highway noise, as the resort is right on the highway. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small family-owned park. The grounds and facilities are well maintained, and the workers are friendly. Their Wi-Fi is excellent and there are 63 Cable TV channels. The laundry room is small, with 2 each washers and dryers, reasonably priced. The restroom and showers were clean. Some sites are close together when they are full, and it is right off Highway 101 so there is some road noise. This is a very dog-friendly park, with a large, fenced dog area, and one of the hosts is available for dog sitting. There is also a nice, grassy tent area under tall trees. While kids are not discouraged, there is no play area or anything for them to do. There is lots to do in the area and I would return. Rates go up in the summer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is an easy off Hwy 101 but if you are coming from the west you have to go around the block and approach from the east. The sites are tight and the park has constant traffic noise. The rate is AAA. The weather was good so we were able to go to many places from here. The wifi was reliable and the people were friendly. Likely would not stay here again because of the highway noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice little park. Close to the hwy, but not too noisy. Interior roads are a little tight, but manageable. The drive through sites are all gravel, but pretty level. Very pet friendly, giant, grassy, fenced dog area. Lots to do and see in the area, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park with super friendly owner and camp hosts. We stayed for a month. The campsites are close together, but since we were there in the off season it wasn't a problem as there was no one on either side of us. The grounds and facilities were clean and well cared for. If we are in the area again we will stay here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pleasant people. Park is nicely kept. The only problem is getting into it if you are coming from Port Angeles with a long rig. You are better off going to the next overpass and using it to reverse directions. Otherwise you have a relatively tight U-turn to get on the north side of the 4-lane where the park is. This information is to alert you, not to discourage you. We liked the park and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found the staff very friendly and helpful. The sites were very close together and close to highway 101 which at times could be very noisy! The campsite is convenient for Wal-Mart, Costco and local shops. Wi-Fi was one of the best we have had on a campsite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I camped at Rainbow's End one night, the night of Thursday August 5 hoping to visit the Olympic Game Park and the lavender farms the next day. It was the height of the camping season, so even though the host put me next to an old maintenance building with only 110 (which means I couldn't run my air conditioner, but then I didn't need an air conditioner in Sequim with temperatures in the 60's during the day) I was happy to get a place to camp without reservations that night during such a prime time of the camping season on no notice. The camp host was very accommodating and helped me to my campsite, and even came back to make sure the power was working on both plugs. The owner was also very nice as I checked in after closing so I paid the next day. Showers and restrooms were just fine, clean and everything working. Very happy about that. I didn't test the Wi-Fi, as I used the Wi-Fi at the Sequim Starbucks which had a big table for me to use my laptop on. Campground was very quiet which I like. Would camp there again if the opportunity arises. It was overall a good experience. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a beautifully landscaped little park with nice facilities and friendly staff. Good cell, cable and Wi-Fi reception. Also has a spacious dog park to exercise your pet. Would have given them a "10" except for the extremely closely-spaced sites. We could hear almost everything that went on with the sites on both sides of us. Because of this, we would probably check out some of the other RV parks in the area next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The only complaint I had with this park was the sites are way too small. Had we not needed laundry and WiFi we would have passed on this park. However all the RV parks were full and all had small sites. We (a 28 footer) were in site 5, which put us within 3 feet of the rig to next to us. Upon exiting our rig, we had to be carefull not to step on the sewer hookups, about 3 feet from our step. The plus of this park is the cleanliness of the facilities, the restroom and showers were always very clean. The park hosts mentioned by a previous poster were friendly and helpful. We would not stay here again because of the the sites are poorly layed out and extremely close. Having to park your tow vehicle out of sight and away from your site is a negative as well. We would stay at the Clallam County Park in the Dungeness Wild Life Refuge Area, which was very clean and spacious. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The check-in was great, the first hostess was a jewel and her husband was very helpful. However, the assigned back-in site was little more than a strip of gravel wedged between a tree and a 5th wheel with it's slides out. There was no way we could get in there, so we were given a pull-through. Again squeezed between two 5th wheels. Could hardly get out the door without banging our heads on the slide-outs next door. Very tight conditions. Could hear every word spoken inside the adjacent rigs, it was so close. The fenced dog run was most often occupied by three large unattended canines, which later we found to be owned by the other host couple who were parked in the site right next to the dog run. This other couple came on duty during the last few days of our stay and we were made to feel most unwelcome by them. The attitude seemed to be that this was their private place and our family was intruding. Very odd. Kids are at best tolerated at this park, certainly not encouraged or wanted. The place was clean, but very difficult to get around because it was so packed with narrow sites. Maybe ok for an overnight if you are desperate, but not for any extended stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park roads are narrow as are the many, various sized sites. Most are back-ins and nearly everyone needs to park their tow vehicle in a designated parking area: the spaces of which are too small for larger pickups to negotiate easily. Those lucky enough to be able to park their vehicle on site, often need to move it to allow entry or exit of other rigs. Wi-Fi works good and there are lots of available channels on the cable TV: all but a few are very clear. They have a huge off-leash dog run area, which at times was occupied by an unattended dog. They also have a nice little fish pond. The place appears to be very well maintained, but cramped. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are narrow roads and even more narrow sites. Rv's were stacked in like shoeboxes. Our site required we pull into the site next to us and back in. When campers took the site next to us, we nearly had to pull our steps in for them to enter. If we had not been wanting to sight see for the week, we would have only stayed the one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rainbows End RV Park was the nicest park I have ever stayed in. They have a pond stocked with huge rainbow park that you can watch and feed. The facilities were immaculate. I would recommend this park to the "banana belt" of Washington State. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Positives: Super friendly, helpful, welcoming staff. Great location in Sequim - very near to Olympic National Park entrances and several state parks and recreation areas. Nearby shopping (Walmart, Costco, Safeway). Excellent FREE WI-FI. Negatives: Gravel spots, which are VERY narrow. Not possible to put out the awning. Right on the 101 (although we were back from the road, so it wasn't too noisy). Coming from the west, you can't make a left into the RV Park; and you can't make a left to leave westbound on the 101. We had to travel past the RV Park and make a U-turn up the road (not so easy in a 45'er with a toad). We'll have to do the same when we leave. They charge $2 extra per day to use A/C (50 amp). In spite of the negatives, it appears to be the nicest place in Sequim. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is nicely landscaped and the staff is very friendly. However, the pull through sites are very close together. And as others have noted, the park is located right on noisy Highway 101. The noise does slow down at night, but starts up again about three in the morning with truck traffic. We found the noise intolerable and will not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a lovely RV park with some of the most beautiful flowers and landscaping I have seen in any RV park. The bathrooms are lovely and are kept spotless. The staff and owners are very friendly and helpful. The small pond is picturesque and its very entertaining to watch the large trout (pets) being fed from the adjoining deck. There is great WiFi and cable TV. Some of the spots are a little close together but I have certainly seen worse. It is very dog friendly with a nice fenced area for the dogs, it seems especially popular with Labradors (mine love it). A few friendly full timers here but no riffraff. The park is just a mile or two out of town which has everything from Costco to WalMart, Safeway and QFC. Within a short walk is the fabulous Sunny Farms which has produce, fresh seafood, meat, poultry a deli and baked goods too. It is a fabulous place! Just a couple hundred yards further down the road is an RV place where you can pick up parts. Oh, the park has a great view of the snow capped Olympic Mountains, and its just a few miles to reach the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the beautiful Dungeness Spit and Lighthouse. Port Angeles is only about 20 minutes west of here and Port Townsend is about 45 minutes in the other direction. If you like to gamble there is a casino just outside of town. The park is directly on HWY 101 so there is some noise at times (there is a sound barrier fence), but at night the traffic is sparse. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I really enjoyed this park! It is a tiny park, but very well maintained. Although they definitely had some people living there, the RVs were all very nice and neat. The park is near the road, but the road is not a busy one at night, so the road noise is minimal. We did receive an escort to our site, but we were so close to the office it was more like they pointed at it and said, "over there". The spaces are close together and I was glad we were in a small travel trailer. But there were several pull through sites for big rigs. The bathrooms were very clean, the showers were hot, and the water pressure was adequate. The laundry room was small - two washers and two dryers. But they were very clean and very affordable. The washer was $1.25 and the dryer was $1.00. I never had to wait very long to get access to available washers and dryers. Cable was great and wireless was awesome - free and a great signal, so rare at parks these days. I would definitely stay here again if we traveled through this area another time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small, but cute RV park located along US Highway 101. Although there is a barrier fence, you will hear some road noise during the quiet hours of the late evening. The road noise doesn't bother me, but may be an issue for someone else. Other reviews indicate the RV spaces are "close together." To me, the spacing between RV's is average, about what I would expect for this type of park. I've been in worse for "closeness." This park has 31 numbered sites and 9 "lettered" sites. Further, there are 8 "tent spaces" in a forested area. The RV sites are both pull-through and back in. The connections are placed more toward the front of the slots. If you have a big rig, you might possibly need an extension cord. For me, both my electric cord, and my 25 foot cable TV cord were long enough to reach. Although some of the sites can accommodate "big rigs," I only saw a few of them here. One big "plus" that I found is that the water faucet was covered in insulation and buried in the ground in a sand-filled container with a lid. Great for winter-time stays. The hosts were very gracious! I got a personal escort to my site! Also, one of the hosts discovered that she had inadvertently overcharged me, and she voluntarily brought me a receipt for a refund of the overcharge! On the other hand, 30 amp is included in the cost. Cable and WiFi are free. The cable has a wide selection of channels (to include Canadian Channels); and if you have a digital TV, you will get some additional audio channels. Bathrooms, showers, and laundry rooms are open 24 hours a day. The park also has propane service, always a plus. And, for those with canine companions, there is a "puppy park." If you need RV parts, there is an RV store with a good selection of supplies within a brisk walk from the park. Also, if you don't want to cook, there is a restaurant called "Flippers" that is open for breakfast and lunch only. I would highly recommend this park for a good place to spend the winter (they have monthly rates in winter), or a good place to say while visiting in Sequim. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A mixed bag. Some pull thru sites, but the rest are very tight. Extremely friendly hosts...they would have backed my trailer in for me if I'd let em. Clean, relatively quiet given the proximity to highway. Fenced, grassy doggy play area was especially appreciated. Fish pond was in great shape when we were there and a few ducks were on the pond. Only negative here would be that this is a tightly packed park. Good for small to medium size units and motorhomes with a tight turning radius and no toad. If you reserve, ensure you have one of the few pull-thrus if you need it (fifthwheelers... you know who you are). We would stay here again if we can get a pull-thru. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wow, really close sites, I mean really close. Right off the main Hwy too. The town has been in a big boom and there is a lot of cars and trucks making it very loud. Nice town, loved it. Hated the park We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this park well maintained and operated. Very clean. Our grandchildren enjoyed the pond full of very healthy fish. A few ducks, but not so many as to make a mess. Guests are asked to use only supplied fish food and not to feed the wild ducks. The super clean large fenced dog walk area impressed us. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Don't believe their website: the new owners are destroying this park. The pond is now polluted and the fish are dying a horrible death. The owners have concocked a nasty maze of posts, cables and netting in an effort to drive the ducks out of their homes. The staff is friendly but the owners sure have issues with most anyone who comes into the park. Lots of gossip. Local bad elements are allowed to live in this park which puts everyone at risk. Lots to see and do on the Olympic Peninsula, it is a beautiful area. I would stay somewhere else for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.