Only stayed one night, but it was worth the drive from I-10 to get to the park. Sites are generously spaced, so you can have privacy if you want it or be open to your neighbors. Site was dead level side to side and front to back. And it was so...
They really pack 'em in here, each loop has a lot of campers so the noise level on weekends and holidays can be crazy. Lots of families, so lots of kids. Weekdays in January were pretty deserted, so much better as far as overcrowding goes. If you...
Showed up and traded my HQ spot for Mecca Beach when I saw that the spots have beautiful views across the dirt/sand/barnacles to the sea. Camp hosts friendly and made the switch with the rangers, saving me a trip back to the main ranger station....
The previous reviews about the roads and sites being in poor condition are not kidding. I personally saw 4 RVs drive in, drive around looking for level spots, and then leave. One guy tried for about 20 minutes to level at the site next to me, gave...
When I pulled into my site, there were two tiny metal trailers there because a big rock was blocking where their site pad was. So I spent my 2 nights literally 1 foot away from their trailers in my tiny trailer. No ranger to talk to and no one...
Small, crowded, not much privacy per site, and absolutely no dump station at all. A few sites have sewer hookups but not many and the rest of us are left to drive 22 miles to the next state park to dump (that’s literally the advice the rangers...
This park has two areas: The larger loop has no hookups at all and limited RV-size spaces, but you can run a generator during non-quiet hours so it's an option if that works for you. The second loop (RV loop) is a mix of full hookup sites (back-in...
Imagine a lovely little spot of boondocking sites, down in a little valley, surrounded by hemlock and pines, with a bubbling brook running through it. Sounds perfect, doesn't it?
Almost perfect, except that this little state park is directly...
This is a big campground, multiple loops, with a big set of yurts and a half-dozen camp hosts for various areas. The rangers on check-in are thorough and the map is really helpful. Each loop has toilets and free showers (yay!) and a play area for...
Bayview State Park is about 90 minutes north of Seattle along Padilla Bay, a wide flat expanse of water with views of the San Juan Islands and even a bit of the Canadian coast near Vancouver. It has a beach (small at high tide) and is close to a...
"Cool place, great trails, small sites"
"Great base for exploring the area beaches"
"Small campgrond tucked between road and beach"
"Worth the drive for the view"
"Best beach, decent facilities"
"Dry camping but the beach is worth it"
"Next to Ocracoke Ferry is main selling point"
"Nice park for water sports, but not much hiking"
"Big spaces, private, wonderful woods"
"Quiet, big sites, not crowded together"
"Pretty primitive, but quiet and well-spaced sites"
"Overcrowded, no rangers, minimal park staff"
"Beautiful, quiet, clean park "
"Quiet, beautiful waterside camping"
"Parking lot that sounds like you're staying on I-40"
"Nice RV park in town, great staff"
"Peaceful place, large sites, nice hikes"
"Quiet, beautiful views, close to supplies"
"Loops A and B are good, Ringtail is not."
"Beautiful open space with great desert views"
"Crowded but the beach is great"
"RV hookup spots have all the view"
"Bad roads, unlevel sites, broken dump station"
"Crowded sites, no rangers to enforce the rules"
"Small sites, little privacy, not much beach"
"Great trails, but otherwise an urban park"
"Right under the SeaTac Airport flight path"
"Close to beach, close to Walmart"
"Lovely place, well maintained"
"All the beaches you'll ever want!"