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26 RV Parks near Arlington, Washington
Sep 2018 - $56.00
As others have posted the spaces are far too small for big rigs. We have a 42 ft. MH. and it barely fit in the space. We were right against the bushes on one side and my truck was under the bedroom slide out. I had to duck under the slides to get around. The wifi does not work. Not once in my two night stay. Getting out of the park is difficult as some construction workers with large trucks are sticking out on to the road. You have to block the road to connect or disconnect your toad. If you meet another rv on the entrance road some one has to back up. There is only one lane. One of the worst parks I have ever used. Not recommended. - moisheh
Sep 2018 - $60.00
The streets and sites are tiny. The pictures are very deceiving. The office said they were developed 15 years ago and therefore didn't build for today's RVs. I disagree. it is more like 30 years ago design. Either that, or greed. We requested a site that got satellite reception, but got #19. No way it did, so after we spent 30 minutes getting into the site, we moved to #10. We came to within 1 inch of hitting the coach next door. It took forever to get into the site. I had to leave the slides in until I hooked up because the bushes prevented me from getting to the utilities which are at the back. Our truck needed to go next to the RV. I had to scrape the other side bushes to get it in with 1' for us to squeeze between to get to our front door. No grass for the dogs. We have to walk out of the park and through the gravel storage area. Terrible. - User2989
Sep 2018 - $56.00
Advertised as a premier RV park, but that is grossly overstated. Our 41 ft fifth wheel barely fits in their angled sites. Sites are VERY uneven - owners even leave boards to put under your tires to help with leveling. Our tires on the drivers side were 8 inches off the ground! Our hydraulic jacks were 100% extended. We were so close to our neighbor, I could read her IPAD through the window! No grassy area for dogs. Very tight entrance and shared with exit onto busy highway. If you have a small unit, you will share a site. There is an unsecured overflow area which is where we had to park our tow vehicle (F350 dually). It's really not Big Rig friendly. I do not recommend this park - although there is not a lot of choices in this area. I feel it's overpriced - and the summer rate is even higher! - Ed F
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Plain and simple RV sites at the city park. Full hookups including 50 amp service but the sewer connection is only on site 5. There's a total of 5 sites, each parallel to each other in a paved parking lot with only a painted line between each site. There's enough room to extend sliders but not much more. If you want to set up chairs, the whole park is available and it's a very nice park. There's room to walk the dog, have a picnic or just sit in the shade. Overall, a decent site and we'd stay here again if we needed an in-transit site. - fruffiii
Jul 2018 - $20.00
This campground is a bargain. The nightly rate gets you an electric and water hookup, and there is a dump station at the southwest exit. The back-in sites along the south edge have a little shade. There are no trees elsewhere, the sun can be intense, and the driveways are dusty. In mid-July only about 1/5 of the sites were occupied when we where there Monday thru Wednesday. If all the sites were full it would be very crowded and no one would have any privacy. There are many convenient shopping opportunities just to the east (but too far to walk) including two major grocery stores and a super Walmart. - JackSchmotzer
May 2018 - $25.00
Stayed for two nights while in the area. No events were going on at the fairgrounds. Same comments as previous posters. OK place for a few nights. Host was on site at the East entrance. Just pick a site and pay. Lots of places to pull through. The race track next door had car and motorcycle practice in the late afternoon and early evening. Probably very noisy on the weekends. I would stay again midweek due to convenience and location. Easy drive along Highway 2 into Everett, WA. Good grocery stores and gas stations very close. - Traveller101
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Very dusty, weekdays better for camping. Weekend Car Racing very noisy. 7 day limit 30 amp and water. Dump available. On site Host friendly and helpful. - silverado
Sites: 68 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 14 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $36.00
Not for big rigs! We made reservations and gave our length and put us in a small spot. They put small trailers in their bigger sites. - FLNomads
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This is now the La Conner Marina RV Resort, owned by the Port of Skagit County. Did not stay at park. Simply updating information and adding pictures. When entering La Conner turn right on North Third Street by large Port of Skagit County sign. (RV park is not on the sign.) Pool building was removed a few years ago. Laundry/restrooms/showers across the street. Restrooms and showers were clean. Layout of parking has not changed. - ForestWalker
Sep 2014 - $14.00
You will see black mold everywhere. There is no fence or security, and riff raff in the rental units slamming doors all night . The public is allowed to come into the park and use the pool and hot tubs. The hot tubs are old and chipped fiberglass units and tonight they were too hot, and sometimes there is too much chlorine; it's a hit or miss on temperatures. The pool is 85-90. There are people in tents that must live here months at a time all sorts of RVs are allowed. There is a quiet hour. - Danvango
Aug 2018 - $20.00
Eagle Park RV and Event Center We travel a great deal in our RV and I have to say this park was one of our most pleasant experiences! It truly is a hidden gem. The camp hosts are the nicest and friendliness you could ever encounter. They care so much about the park and their guests and it definitely shows. We stayed next to a running creek, where we saw a deer feeding on the foliage and the flowers they have planted really make for a beautiful homey little spot. Picnic tables and benches are thoughtfully located near the creek for peaceful viewing. Yet, you are actually able to exit the park and walk just a short distance to restaurants and grocery stores. We hope to return to this peaceful place on our next visit. - redpj720
Jul 2018 - $20.00
I stayed a few days for a wedding event. They offer power and water. Unfortunately no black water service. The grounds are beautifully kept. There is a river running alongside. This is a small RV park that is also a venue for a wedding or party rentals. The hosts were very accommodating and I plan to return. - KamperKen
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This was our first time glamping here and we had a great time. Spots are a bit tight but we managed ok with our trailer (which is 30'6"). Pitches are close together but because of the trees you still get a feeling of privacy. The ace find was the beach - amazing! The mixture of terrain was also great - shady woodand, a huge meadow and the beach. Fantastic - we loved it. We were at site #3 and it was a 10 minute walk to the beach. There's no shade there so you may want to take an umbrella if you have small kiddo's or pets (& of course water/drinks). The Staff were great (really friendly) and the restrooms were clean. The only downside was not having a sewer connection but there's a dump station on site so no biggie and there's only a handful of sites with water & electric. We will definitely go back. - SmithsInSeattle
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Since this was to be my first trip towing a trailer and setting up alone, I picked this campground close to home and checked it out before going there. There were no space with hookups available so I reserved a basic pull through spot to avoid having to back in. When I arrived the next day, they remembered that I asked for hookups without sewer; they had a cancellation and saved it for me. They even followed me in and helped me back in!
The sites are in the woods, spacious size with brush between sites for privacy. Very clean sites; most looked fairly level. There is a different area for tents.
There are lots of trails around the park, to the river and across the street (cabins located there). The park is dog friendly; mine enjoyed hiking the trails with me.
I gave a lower level of value because of the reservation system. To reserve a spot, you have to book either online or by calling. There is an $8 fee for online booking; a $10 fee for calling in. To avoid the fee, you can arrive without a reservation and hope a space is available. - Jan_Williamson
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This campground is so beautiful! I enjoyed walking around the meadow hayfield and taking pictures of the mountains. The trails are great for those of us that don't really enjoy strenuous hikes. We went mid June and it rained on us quite a bit, but we made sure to venture out every time the rain let up. The bathrooms were very clean and I believe I paid 75 cents for 3 minutes which was long enough for me. The camp host sells firewood at his site. - Happy Camper 68