RV Camping in Washington

RV Camping in Washington
The state of Washington offers some kind of activity to please almost everyone who visits. The Evergreen State benefits from a diverse collection of ecological regions--high mountains, rolling plains and rugged coastline--that make RV camping in Washington a possibility just about any time of year.

Alta Lake State Park

Alta Lake State Park is located in north central Washington. This park on the lake offers 32 spaces with hook-ups for rigs up to 38 feet in length. The lake is a popular destination for trout fishermen and sailboarders. A wide variety of birds hang out in the area, making the park a friendly spot for campers who enjoy birding.

Alta Lake State Park
1B Otto Rd.
Pateros, WA 98846


Elwha Dam RV Park

Elwha Dam RV Park, located in the woods on Elwha River Canyon, is a smaller park that includes 39 sites with full hookups and a separate area for campers. Close to Olympic National Park and the North Olympic Coast, it's a good option for RV campers who enjoy the outdoors. Management promises this location gets much less rain than Seattle.

Elwha Dam RV Park
47 Lower Dam Rd.
Port Angeles, WA 98363

Cedars RV Resort

Cedars RV Resort in far northwestern Washington is very near the US border with Canada. The resort offers 150 sites with full hookups, including 50-amp electric service. Rigs up to 45 feet long are welcome. The park is open throughout the year; reservations are recommended, particularly during the high season in summer. The resort offers a heated pool, playground and picnic area. Pets are welcome.

Cedars RV Resort
6335 Portal Way
Ferndale, WA 98248

Andersen's on the Ocean

Andersen's on the Ocean RV Park in Long Beach is a few steps down a sandy path to the dunes and the Pacific Ocean. The park offers 60 sites with full hookups, including 20, 30 and 50-amp electric service. Every site has its own picnic table, and fishermen can use the fish cleaning station to prepare the catch of the day for grilling.

Andersen's on the Ocean
1400 138th St.
Long Beach, WA 98631

Rain Forest Resort Village

The Lakeside RV Park at Rain Forest Resort Village on the Olympic Peninsula gives campers access to walking and hiking trails that will keep them busy for days. The 31 RV sites with water and electric hookups (no sewer) can handle big rigs, so long as you can back in. The resort is open year round, and guests have access to all the amenities, including the Salmon House restaurant.

Rain Forest Resort Village
516 South Shore Rd.
Quinault, WA 98575

Bayshore RV Park

The Bayshore RV Park in Tokeland offers 41 sites with full hookups, cable television and Wi-Fi Internet connection. Open year-round, the park's private beach is right there. Lovers of the outdoors can fly a kite on the beach, dig for clams, spend a day fishing; others are welcome to spend the day at the Shoalwater Bay Casino, only two miles away. Pets are welcome, and monthly rates are available.

Bayshore RV Park
2941 Kindred Ave.
Tokeland, WA 98590


Article Written By Colleen Morrison

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