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Can anyone tell me where a nice RV park (not in a county park) that you have stayed with in the Seattle WA area. Has to be for big rigs and hopefully a pool and within a hour of central Seattle.

Never been there and looking at the web site for Good Sam's, RV reviews, Koa web sites must of the RV parks look old and run down.

Any help would be appreciated. Looking to go in July

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I live there. There are tons of really lousy RV parks here - I mean BAD. The only place I would stay at is Lake Pleasant in Bothell. It's located in a suburb of Seattle (about 20 mins away) and is very nice. It's also convenient to stores and restaurants. I would stay there if I didn't live around the corner from it.

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I-5 and exit 210 angle of the winds has a camp site.


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ScottG wrote:

I live there. There are tons of really lousy RV parks here - I mean BAD. The only place I would stay at is Lake Pleasant in Bothell. It's located in a suburb of Seattle (about 20 mins away) and is very nice. It's also convenient to stores and restaurants. I would stay there if I didn't live around the corner from it.


I go there often as our son lives in the area - the KOA in Kent is remodeling and I understand it is much better


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ScottG wrote:

I live there. There are tons of really lousy RV parks here - I mean BAD. The only place I would stay at is Lake Pleasant in Bothell. It's located in a suburb of Seattle (about 20 mins away) and is very nice. It's also convenient to stores and restaurants. I would stay there if I didn't live around the corner from it.


I go there often as our son lives in the area - the KOA in Kent is remodeling and I understand it is much better


We stayed there 3 years ago and the place was a dump. Our door was just 3 or 4 feet from the next guys sewer. Couldnt park your tow vechiel there, had to scramble for a parking spot. The site was full of cig butts when we arrived


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There is a full service campground at I-5 Maryville Pulilip casino

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We stayed at Tall Chief in Fall City, WA. It was an OK park- no sewer in our spot but it did have a pool.

The biggest problem was the spots had very low voltage. We couldn't run a single A/C without dipping below 106 volts.

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ScottG wrote:

I live there. There are tons of really lousy RV parks here - I mean BAD. The only place I would stay at is Lake Pleasant in Bothell. It's located in a suburb of Seattle (about 20 mins away) and is very nice. It's also convenient to stores and restaurants. I would stay there if I didn't live around the corner from it.
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I lived in the Seattle area for 34 years, 24 of which were in Bothell. I concur with Scott that Lake Pleasant is by far the best, and is always my top choice. (It's also only a half mile from my son's house.) If I couldn't get in, my second choice would be Issaquah Village RV Park. It's close to I-90 so you will hear traffic, but it's also on a major bike path if that's your thing.

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hotpepperkid wrote:

rr2254545 wrote:

ScottG wrote:

I live there. There are tons of really lousy RV parks here - I mean BAD. The only place I would stay at is Lake Pleasant in Bothell. It's located in a suburb of Seattle (about 20 mins away) and is very nice. It's also convenient to stores and restaurants. I would stay there if I didn't live around the corner from it.


I go there often as our son lives in the area - the KOA in Kent is remodeling and I understand it is much better


We stayed there 3 years ago and the place was a dump. Our door was just 3 or 4 feet from the next guys sewer. Couldnt park your tow vechiel there, had to scramble for a parking spot. The site was full of cig butts when we arrived


Like I said much better as they just remodeled- so it was not good 3 years ago things change

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