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Posted: 09/30/19 04:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Planning a trip for next Summer. Were thinking of staying at Pioneer Trail RV Park. Is this place nice to stay or is there better places to stay in that area with full service.


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it is ok IMO.


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We have driven by this park many times on our way to Deception Pass State Park. Looks nice and has good reviews but Deception Pass is by far the better choice IMO. It’s only about 5 miles further down the road and much more scenic. One of the best State parks in Washington. Site 57 is one of the best but any in the forest loop are nice. The quarry sites across the highway are a good second choice if you can’t get into the main sites. Reserve early though.

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We stayed there a few years ago and really enjoyed it. Pretty quiet and a nice base to go exploring from. The people running it were friendly and helpful.


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Stayed there a few times with our new 5th and truck. Was a great spot to explore the area from.
There are some fulltimers there but everything is well kept.
On-site propane fillup was nice as our new trailer didn't come with two full tanks like the salesman said it would [emoticon]
The Wifi was STRONG....best we've ever encountered at a private park.

Would recommend without hesitation.

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