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RV Parks in Washington State

With its pristine natural beauty and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, Washington state offers something for everyone—from the bustling city of Seattle to the quiet towns nestled in the mountains.

When it comes to RV camping, Washington has plenty of great parks and campgrounds with a variety of amenities. Whether you're looking for a secluded RV park in the woods or an RV resort near the beach, you'll find it in the Evergreen State.

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Seattle RV Parks

From its world-famous Space Needle to its stunning views of Mount Rainier, Seattle is a can't-miss destination. With its vibrant nightlife and a wide variety of restaurants, there's always something new to explore in Seattle.

Vasa Park Resort in Bellevue is one of the most popular RV parks near Seattle, offering RV sites and various amenities, including free WiFi and a camp store.

Lake Pleasant RV Park in Bothell is conveniently located north of Seattle. This RV campground has hookup sites with picnic tables, laundry facilities, and hiking trails around the park.

Olympic Peninsula Camping

The Olympic Peninsula is home to some of the most stunning natural beauty in Washington, from rainforests and beaches to majestic mountains.

Hobuck Beach Resort in Neah Bay offers RV camping on the beach. Amenities include free WiFi and laundry facilities.

Hard Rain Cafe & RV Park is a fine choice for anyone looking to camp near Olympic National Park. This RV park offers full hookups and a country-style restaurant.

Ocean Shores Camping

Ocean Shores is a beautiful coastal town with miles of pristine beaches along the Pacific Coast and plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, including fishing, swimming, hiking, and biking.

When it comes to camping, Ocean Shores has some of the best RV parks in Washington state. The Quinault Marina and RV Park is a popular campground that offers full hookup sites with picnic tables and beach access.

RV Parks Near Spokane

With its stunning views of the Cascade Mountains and its vibrant arts scene, Spokane has something for everyone. Families looking for the best RV parks near Spokane should consider Northern Quest RV Resort. This highly-rated camping resort offers pull-through sites and cabins.

More RV Parks in Washington

Wine Country RV Resort in Prosser is located in the heart of Washington's wine country. This RV park offers pull-through sites with cable TV and a swimming pool for relaxing after a day of wine tasting.

Mardon Resort in Othello is situated next to the Potholes Reservoir and nearby lakes. This RV park has spacious RV sites and tent camping on the beach. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a camp store.

Lakedale Resort is a quaint RV park in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. Lakedale has only seven RV sites, so you'll want to make a reservation for both the ferry and the campground.

Leavenworth-Pine Valley KOA is the perfect home base for exploring the Bavarian-style town of Leavenworth in the Cascade Mountains. The campground offers RV sites and access to the great outdoors.

Uncle Johns RV Park in Buckley is also known as Uncle Johns Campground. This RV park is approximately 30 minutes from Tacoma and offers RV sites and storage.

Washington is an excellent place for RV camping, with plenty of parks and campgrounds. Whether you're looking for a secluded park in the woods or an RV resort near the beach, you'll find it here. Seattle is a great city to visit, with many RV parks located nearby. If you want to explore the Olympic Peninsula, check out Hobuck Beach Resort in Neah Bay. And finally, Ocean Shores is home to some of the best RV parks on the Pacific Coast.

Recent Washington RV Parks Reviews

Jul 11, 2024

"Thousand Trails Offers 3rd Class Stay"

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July 8th 2024, we arrived at Little Diamond TT were given a map & told which sites were Thousand Trails vs KOA. Let’s just say, Clearly KOA Sites are in better condition. We had it locate a large enough site to fit our 35 Ft Fifth Wheel, no help. We ended up on a very wooded site on Granite Rd. Little Diamond haven’t kept up with Thousand...
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Winthrop, WA

Pine Near RV Park

Jul 10, 2024

"Great Campgrond Walking Distance to Winthrop"

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This is the third time we stay here, and will continue coming back. The owner is friendly and welcoming, and the facilities are excellent. It is a great campground for a group event. It has a covered event area, cookers and BBQs, etc.

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Bothell, WA

Lake Pleasant RV Park

Jul 08, 2024

"Wonderful park near Seattle"

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Not many choices if looking to stay anywhere near Seattle. Lake Pleasant RV Park, however, is reasonably close and an outstanding facility. Sites are reasonably spaced, and there are screening bushes between each site. Everything Is heavily treed and the lake, around which the park is based, has a nice touch. Safeway grocery across the street...
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Jul 08, 2024

"Low Voltage Electric, Otherwise Nice."

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Sites are nice and wooded, offering privacy in most areas. Tough to find sites where starlink will work well but Verizon/t-mobile are both > 100mbps. Have driven to several sites and all of them have low and fluctuating voltage from 30amp. This is causing issues with higher draw items and as a result we are unable to run our A/C.. it’s supposed...
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Jul 07, 2024

"Nice walk to a nice beach."

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We found this similar to many older Thousand Trails campgrounds in the area, built for older, smaller RVs. Parking was ok for 36' motorhome but narrow with slides overlapping the neighbor's site on one while keeping the coach on the site gravel. The bridge between the upper and lower campsites was well decked and seeing an Alegro Bus parked...
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