We are TT members and took one of the interior sites instead of waterfront (which look amazing) because there is no sewer by the waterfront. If we were only here for 7 days, we'd take the waterfront in a second. The interior sites range from not bad spacing to kind of tight for a big rig. Site 58 is one of the tighter ones and with our 43' rig we found the fire ring unusable. It was too bloody cold for us anyway, being early October, so no loss. There were lots of sites available shortly after noon on Sunday, but the park was almost full again by 4pm.
There is no 50 amp service in our site, but there are quite a few 50 amp sites in the interior loops. Waterfront is all 30 amp. The water from the spigot is clear and the sites are mostly flat, even going up the steep little hill on the far end. The roads could be better as even at 5 mph you will feel the pot holes. Staff is friendly has all heck and they try to make things right for you. They fill LP tanks on-site and there are several 24 hr gas stations that swap the smaller tanks.
No TV reception with our little HD antenna, but Verizon (3 bars), AT&T (2 bars), and T-Mobile (2 bars) are great. Unlike some locations, when we select a show on Hulu, it starts within seconds.
The public road to the campground is in good repair, but very narrow with tight corners and narrow to nonexistent shoulders; I suspect it's a 35 mph road for that reason. Watch the corners as some of the electric poles are literally up against the road.
The whole area is one big beautiful park-like setting and Seattle is just 30 minutes away. There are nice grocery stores, hardware, and tons of local restaurants within 20 minutes. We plan to be back here in 2021 and will make this a three-week stop during early August.
The obligatory railroad is far enough away so it won't affect anyone except the very light sleepers. Traffic noise is a non-issue as it's a tight, little country road.
Posted Sep 30, 2019 by JW from SD. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
If not a member of Thousand Trails, you are directed to find a site across the street with only electric and water - no sewer - away from all recreation and amenities. The sites are small and back-in only. Our stay was more like boondocking with electric and water. The park was a big disappointment considering total cost was almost $50 per night including tax and fees. I will not return to this park or refer anyone to it.
They refused my Good Sam Clib membership at check-in
Posted Jun 15, 2014 by Sobeit from Seabeck, WA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.