July 27, 2021 - reviewed by Amanda McKean
Close to Seattle
This is a good park,I would have given a 5 but they only have 30 amp and no sewer hookups. They are there, just not operational I guess. They also have tire spikes,coded entry gate as if they were in a bad area. They are deep in the woods and surrounded by multi million dollar mansions. It is overkill.
There is no wifi except at the "Lodge" which we never went to. With covid it just wasn't worth risking our lives. They have zero cable so plan on turning off your electric world and getting zero work done. We were able to get a handful of channels through our antana.
Also, the GPS directions are incorrect once you go up the hill,keep going straight, there are no turns. Signage needs to be bigger and show a straight arrow.
Technical issues aside, this very family friendly park has the makings of a great family resort. We only have one dog and it was nice and quiet. The location is a 25 minute drive to get into the heart of Seattle.
July 5, 2019 - reviewed by JugeShip
Camping Oasis Close To Everything
Great park. Lots of campsites with a lot of room. Because of proximity to Seattle and Redmond, reservations are recommended.
No WiFi and no swear hook ups. So be prepared to unhook and join the line at the dump station every other day... or bring a rolling tank.
All in all a great escape close to my home but feels like a remote campground.
Oh, very steep hill just before the entrance. Not recommended in the winter.
March 28, 2018 - reviewed by Cisco
It’s A Nice Place.
Strong 4 out of five stars. Some ugly abandoned RV/trailers which take away from the overall cleanliness
September 11, 2017 - reviewed by Grey Nomads
The campground is very nice, lots of trees, and sites not too close together. The showers and restrooms could do with an upgrade. The drive into Seattle takes about 45 mins.