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14 RV Parks near Sekiu, Washington
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Million dollar view! This was a fish camp we went to during the off season just to camp and had an amazing time. Very friendly staff and nice views! - Twintravelers
Oct 2014 - $30.00
This "campground" is located in a gravel parking lot and road. Cars drove through all night long - we could never figure out why. Bathrooms were dirty. Site was dirty. Staff was helpful and nice, though. And, because we were the only ones there, I assume, the wifi was terrific. I would not stay here again. - ALbums
Aug 2017 - $35.00
The tiny village of Sekiu is completely focused on fishing. It has 27 year-round residents and, in the summer, it seems every one of them rents out his little plot of land to the visiting fisher folks in their tents, pop-ups, trailers and motorhomes. If you want full hookups (30amps), the going rate is $35 a night (plus tax). This campground is first come/first serve and space is tight. But, the people are nice and you are literally parked right at the docks & sea wall. There are beaches at either end of the village (a very short walk). - Tessa & Toadee on the Road
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Nice park to stay in and visit the area. Only downside was the traffic on the hwy next to the park. Seems to be lots of log trucks everyday. - Chief1
Sep 2011 - $12.00
We stayed at the Passport America rate. Owner nice. Park was adequate. Verizon had good reception for phones & wireless internet. Nice town with great health food store and art gallery with latte shop inside. Easy walk to Clallam Bay. - Dan Jeffers
Jul 2011 - $25.00
If I were comparing to other parks in the area Sam RV Park would rate a 10. The sites are some what unlevel, they are spacious, the park is old. Spaces are grass and it's kept mowed. They are open all year, the other parks are seasonal. Management is friendly. Just a short walk to the beach. We will stay here again. Our visit was wonderful. - Bill & Helen
Oct 2017 - $15.00
The location is great, right on the water - beach just a step away. We liked the wide open of this parking lot/campground but it may not be all that great in the hot summer. There are a few spots that are in the shade away from the water. This is a great place, apparently, to go surfing at least judging by all the surfers that showed up, it is. There is no one managing this campground so rules are more suggestions than rules. A lot of the surfers parked in the camp spots so it was difficult to tell which ones were occupied and which were not. The spots are fairly wide but having fire rings in each means the campfire of our neighbors was a little closer than we would have liked. Having said all this I think we would still go back to this spot, the location and the views are just spectacular (especially on a sunny day). - cachencouple
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Though it is more of a parking lot than a campground, it is a nice place to stay. The sites are all open and sunny and most of them have great views over the Juan de Fuca Strait. Picnic table and a fire pit are on site. Water is available from a tank but I would not trust that source. Pit toilets of course.
Some noise in the early morning hours from a wood processing facility across the highway, but very quiet during the night.
We liked it for the sun and the views and will come again. - TheSchweitzers
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Jordan River is open again for camping. It was temporarily closed under the guise that a dam would break during a violent Earthquake and wipe out the users. This is a no frills park. The sites come with a table and fire ring. There are potable water and pit toilets available. Tent sites have a raised platform and are located in a treed area. The draw for this park is the views of the ocean and the Olympic Peninsula across the strait. We paid $15.00 (cash only) per night and we will return. - Rollin Ollens
Mar 2017 - $27.00
We don't come to Snow creek for amenities except for the fishing. Its remote, wild, beautiful, and except for Halbut season, Peaceful. If your looking for the Mariot, stay away its a fish camp and we LOVE IT THAT WAY! We don't expect and don't want a five star resort it would ruin the rustic ambiance and natural beauty of one of the most remote areas in the continental U.S. I'll keep coming back every year until its ruined by snobby city folks who want suburbia in the wilderness. Please don't change Snow Creek ever! Especially "the big rocks" that God put there! - Michael Anz
Jun 2006 - $27.00
Don't be fooled by the word "Resort." This is not like any resort you have ever stayed. It is a parking lot with parking spaces the size of your local grocery. No room for slides. The hookups are on the wrong side. The dump connection was disgusting with someone else's spill over. The parking lot is dirt, gravel and weeds. I wouldn't have used the toilets or showers if I had to. No beach, no nothing. A rusty old dock and large rocks everywhere. The noise into the late hours was awful. Roving, drunk young men yelling shouting. Fireworks into the late hours. No control or security. On a brighter note, the owners/manager were very pleasant and friendly. I would never stay there again, nor would I return to Neah Bay. A sad place indeed. - HoneyBunnies
Jul 2013 - $30.00
Most sites are pretty close together. No picnic table, but had a fire ring. The sites furthest from the office have a nice shaded area behind your RV. Full hookups (30amp). Bathrooms I did not check. Sufficient laundry, but run down room in need of paint and some holes patched. 2 washer and 2 dryers were old, but worked fine. Table for folding. $1.50 wash $1.50 dry for 45 minutes. Pet friendly. No rules for pets. A few dogs off leash and wandering the park. They left my dogs alone. Wi-Fi free, but pretty slow. Verizon internet was average, Sprint internet had no service, Verizon cell worked fine, and AT&T cell had no service. Small book exchange in laundry. No planned activities. There is a marina across the street for lots of salmon fishing. Mail delivery is accepted. Cape Flattery is the most NW point of the continental US. Neah Bay has the Makah Museum, and there is fishing. Since there is not much choice, this is one of the better campgrounds. There are also some really nice cabins newly built. They were 85% full the whole week we were here. - Fur Mom
Sep 2012 - $30.00
From our perspective, if one averages the prior reviews from 2009 to now, you have a pretty good summary of this place. It is actually better than we anticipated for the area. We found it entirely adequate. Our Verizon phone and hot spot worked great, no TV, level sites, quiet, and the ocean on your doorstep. Cape Flattery and its magnificent views are less than 6 miles away, plus a pretty "interesting" 1/2 mile walk from the parking lot to the viewpoints. We would stay here again. - rncordy
Aug 2009 - $25.00
The operators were very friendly and helpful. Nice if you're into fishing, camping, and hiking. And the museum is great. There is a full service store within walking distance. - vrvoit1
Sep 2015 - $9.00
Pretty typical forest campground - lots of trees. Our site was great, though, as the Sol Duc River ran right next to it. It was gorgeous! There aren't a lot of sites that will hold a rig our size (32 foot fifth wheel), so be careful if you go in here. The first loop you come to is rather tight and maneuvering could be difficult in a large rig. The second loop is much better and the larger sites tend to be on this loop. We did not have cell (AT&T), data service (Verizon), or Dish TV here. We did have radio, so that was a plus. - Bobbi1948
Sep 2017 - $40.00
There are two camping areas, one without hookups and one with. We stayed at the one with hookups. The campground itself is nothing spectacular. Sites are rather close together and there are no privacy buffers between sites. Hookups are on shared posts. It's basically a narrow gravel lot. But none of that is important. The view is beyond amazing. The campground is almost right on the beach. Spent most of my time there walking along the beach and just staring at the ocean (and taking about a ton of pictures). We stayed two nights and would most definitely stay here again. - mariquita225
Aug 2017 - $40.00
As others have noted, this is a no reservation, first come, first served park. We were last here in 2009 and were lucky enough again this time to get a FHU site for one weeknight by calling the day before about availability. As I mentioned in my previous review, the main reason for staying here is the easy access to the beach and ocean from your site. The park does not offer much else. The sites are close together but most appear to be clear for satellite reception. The utilities hookups worked fine and the bathrooms were clean the day we were there. You must be close to them to get their limited Wi-Fi. We were able to enjoy a great sunset making the cost and effort staying at this, otherwise poor, RV park worthwhile. Not surprisingly, I saw no recycling. - Jerry S
Jul 2014 - $20.00
We stayed in the dry-camping are which was nice and relaxed. It's basically a big field with many places to park and only a short walk from the beach (right over the dune). Several "sites" have picnic table and fire pit, but you can park anywhere you wish. Road is bumpy and parts of the field are soft so big rigs need to scope out ahead and use pads under their jacks. The park does not take reservations, but I do recommend calling ahead to ask if there are any big conferences or meetings happening during your stay. They had a big conference where the entire place was completely booked out right before we came. We knew this since we checked beforehand, but others didn't and told us they'd been turned away. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here and would certainly come back. - nina_70
Jun 2017 - $20.00
We had a beautiful landscaped site surrounded by tall trees and ferns. It was a gravel back-in that sloped down in the rear, so I had to do a lot of levelling. There was a picnic table and fire ring and they were clean and maintained. We were located next to the beach trail that took us through a temperate rain forest before opening up to a gravel and sandy beach. The campground roads are all paved. Garbage, recycle, water tap, and pit toilets were grouped together in several places throughout the campground. No hookups at the sites. There is a dump station across the highway from the park entrance. Generator hours are 9-11am and 6-8pm. No Wi-Fi, OTA TV and too many trees for satellite TV, so bring a book. Or better yet, explore the park. The day use area has group fire pits, picnic tables, and a playground. There are several trails that lead to marshes and the beach. From the beach one can view the Olympic Mountains in Washington state or possibly gray whales enroute to the Bering Sea or Baja California. This is a lovely park and definitely on our return list. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This is our home park. What I mean by that is we live locally and for a nice weekend getaway we take our trailer to this park. We have been coming here first as renters with small kids and now as our kids have grown and we became trailer people, with our 22ft trailer.
This campsite is Provincial and you can reserve it online. There are lots of great spots so you won't be disappointed.
No power, water or sewer hookups. Dry camping only but there is a sani dump across the street.
The 'outhouses' are newer and very clean. No spiders or slugs like some places.
Spots are fairly spacious and mostly private. The beach is very rocky at high tide but lovely and sandy at low tide.
You won't be disappointed! - Heddie27
Apr 2013 - $21.00
Located about 20 km west of Sooke on highway 14. Typical provincial park layout. Table and fire ring provided at each site. This is located in a rain forest so don't expect to see much of the sun. Some sites would fit a 35 footer but not many. It gets very busy in the summer months so reservations are a must. There is very little to do at this park. This is a very good place to relax and enjoy the quiet. A number walking trails will lead you to a rock and pebbly beach where you can watch for seals, sea lions etc (including whales in season). The water is cold so don't expect to go swimming. A few km west is Jordan River if you are into surfing or kayaking. - Rollin Ollens