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5 Best Campgrounds to RV in Washington

Updated: May 31, 2022

Head over to the 'Evergreen State' this season for a taste of history, art, and nature at its best. Here is a list of the best RV parks in Washington.

Where to Park Your RV in Washington DC

A trip to Washington state is your Hallmark movie vacation waiting to happen. Breathtaking nature, bustling cities, quaint towns, and wineries make it one of the best vacation spots in the Pacific Northwest. Dubbed to be the ‘Evergreen State’, Washington shows off nature in its many forms - sleeping volcanoes, majestic waterfalls, sparkling lakes, lush forests, and islands. Seattle might be the most heard-of city, but the culture-rich towns of Spokane, Leavenworth, and Ellensburg offer no fewer attractions.


With such diverse geography and a multitude of activities, Washington can be overwhelming to tackle for RV campers. Luckily, this list comprises the best of comfort, fun, and relaxation for you. Scroll on to find the best RV campgrounds that will take you through the sights of Washington while guaranteeing a great stay with the best amenities.


Pioneer Trails RV Park

Open year-round, this RV park offers activities for every season. It is conveniently located between Seattle and Vancouver, Canada - perfect for RV campers looking to cross the border for a longer drive and trip. It is also in close proximity to popular attractions like Deception Pass, San Juan Islands, and Whidbey Island. Campers can park their RV and head out for an exciting day of orca-watching and exquisite seafood in the San Juan Islands. On-site amenities are equally amazing with kayaking, cycling, golf, and hiking to keep campers entertained. For winter campers, the RV park adds skiing to its list of attractions as well!


Rates:

Daily = $70

Weekly = $290

Monthly = $900


Amenities:

  • Full hookups

  • Large sites for slides-outs

  • 30 & 50 amp electrical

  • Wifi

  • Cell service

  • Restrooms

  • Showers

  • Picnic tables

  • Fire pits

  • On-site laundry

  • Fitness center

  • Hiking trails

  • Tennis court

  • Golf

  • Cycling


Eagle Tree RV Park

Perfect for a peaceful and relaxing getaway, this RV park is one of Washington’s best. Located on the Kitsap Peninsula, it is close to many local attractions like the famous Puget Sound, Hood Canal, the quaint town of Poulsbo, and Bangor Submarine Base. It is also just a ferry ride away from the capital city of Seattle so tourists can spend a day sightseeing the iconic Space Needle and Pike Place Market. If campers are looking for a quiet time, Eagle Tree’s surrounding majestic cedar forest is the perfect company. Your time here will be unforgettable as you unwind next to the lake, among tall trees, sipping hot chocolate with your furry friend at your feet.


Rates:

Daily = $45

Weekly = $270


Amenities:

  • Full hookups

  • Water, sewer, electric

  • 30 & 50 amp service

  • Pull-through sites

  • Free cable TV

  • Wifi

  • Propane on site

  • Restrooms

  • Shower facilities

  • Laundry

  • Clubhouse

  • Full kitchen

  • Pet-friendly

  • Private wooded sites


Chehalis RV & Camping Resort

This campground is a nature lover’s haven! Chehalis Resort is located on Puget Sound with breathtaking views of Mount Rainier and the volcanic peak of Mount St. Helens. It is also the original preserve of Thousand Trails, so beautiful hiking trails, tranquil walks, and scenic views are a given. The campsite is nestled in a cover of maple alder and Douglas fir trees and features RV storage facilities too. To top it off, the park has a playground, game room, and even a library - perfect on-site entertainment for campers!


Rates:

Daily = $50


Amenities:

  • Full hookups

  • 80+ RV sites

  • Gravel pads

  • Wifi

  • Satellite TV

  • Restroom

  • Shower facilities

  • Laundry

  • Clubhouse

  • Bike trails

  • Playground

  • Tennis court

  • Picnic & BBQ area

  • Basketball court

  • Library

  • Game room

  • Hiking trails

  • Dog park

  • Mini golf

  • Bike trails


Harmony Lakeside RV Park & Cabins

This campground strikes the perfect balance between luxury and fun. Harmony Lakeside is located on the edge of Mayfield Lake and offers on-site attractions galore. The picturesque waterfront is perfect for families or just to have some quiet time alone. On the other hand, if you are looking for fun, the camp features exhilarating water activities like kayaking, fishing, jet-skiing, and paddleboarding. Campers can rent boats to tour the lake and gather ‘round the campfire at night to roast marshmallows or enjoy a hearty dinner in the camp’s deluxe cabins. The park is also within driving distance of Seattle and Portland if campers want to take a tour of the cities.


Rates:

Daily = $60 (standard) - $125 (lakeview)

Weekly = $360 - $750

Monthly = $675


Amenities:

  • 100 RV sites

  • Big rigs for easy access

  • Pull thru’s

  • 50 amp service

  • Open or wooded sites

  • Wifi

  • Lake view

  • Cabins rentals

  • Fire rings

  • Kayaking

  • Pontoon rentals

  • Laundromat

  • Pedal boats


Swinomish Northern Lights Casino RV Park

This RV park is as exquisite as its name! Located on Fidalgo Island at the Swinomish Casino & Lodge, it overlooks Padilla Bay, Mount Baker, Swinomish Channel, and the Cascade Mountains. Talk about scenic! It is also just a short drive from the cities of Oak Harbor, Burlington, and Mount Vernon, where you can see the most amazing Tulip Town in blooming season. Campers can also visit the nearby Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) and the Skagit County Historical Museum to get a real feel of Washington’s culture and heritage. Apart from local attractions, the Swinomish campground has room for all classes of RVs and the lodge features a casino, seven dining options, and a golf course to keep campers entertained!


Rates:

Daily = $32-$43


Amenities:

  • 30+ RV sites

  • Full hookups

  • Pull-thru sites

  • Cable TV

  • Wifi

  • Restrooms

  • Pet-friendly

  • Golf course

  • Casino

  • Hiking trails

  • Lake


Camp Away!

There you have it - a rundown of Washington’s best RV campgrounds to spoil you and your company. With awe-inspiring sights of lakes, mountains, and forests out every window of your RV, and tours of busy cities and historic towns, Washington is a great place to map out a fun vacation!



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