Less than twenty miles from Seattle is the town of Issaquah, surrounded by the beautiful Cascade Mountains.
Waterfront RV Parks
This year-round RV park has 56 sites with full hookups and room for slide-outs and pull-throughs. Free cable TV and wifi hotspots are available, along with a hour coin laundry service. The location provides access to incredible natural vistas and maximum relaxation potential with its proximity to a variety of parks and attractions. Lake Sammamish is nearby, with its nearly foot high waterfall and streams full of salmon.
Located in Kennewick near the confluence of the Columbia, Yakima and Snake rivers, this park boasts full hookup RV sites, with 70 specifically made to handle big rigs. Andersen's makes available Wi-Fi access, fish and clam cleaning stations, restrooms with hot showers, a dump station and a laundry facility.
Download Our List of Waterfront RV Parks
Offering 12 extended-stay sites, the park can accommodate 24 x 50 back-ins, but does not have shaded spots. Andersen's is open year round, and reservations can be made by calling the park's office. Reservations are not accepted, but hookups are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Accommodating all rig sizes, the Hobuck Resort is near Cape Flattery, which offers opportunities for kayaking, surfing, beachcombing and other ocean activities.
During your stay, you'll need to purchase passes for these beach-side activities and a Makah Tribe Recreational Use Permit. The pet-friendly park also has shower, bathroom and sewer facilities.
Close to a beach popular for clam digging and horseshoe throwing, Westgate Cabins and RV Park in Ocean Park has 39 shaded RV hookup sites with about a quarter of them offering ocean views. Campers can pay monthly rates if they prefer long-term camping facilities. The park permits one RV and one towed vehicle per campsite.
Best RV Campgrounds In Washington | Ryan's RV Town | Everett Washington
Curlew Lake State Park is north of Republic. The park features 82 sites, with a limited number available for RVs.
However, RVers fortunate to snag a site will find themselves close to an osprey nest and a public fossil dig. Campers should keep in mind that, although state parks offer some of best-equipped camping facilities, not all can accommodate big vehicles.
1.Riverbend RV Park
Colville National Forest covers 1. Some campgrounds have space for smaller RV vehicles.
Lake Gillette campgrounds, for example, accommodate RVs up to 28 feet. It features 27 campgrounds.