RV Parks in Hoodsport, WA

RV Parks in Hoodsport, WA
Hoodsport, Washington, is located along the banks of the Hood Canal, a 700-foot deep waterway that is well-known for scuba diving and the resident octopi and shrimp that inhabit it. Visitors also can visit the High Steel Bridge, just a few miles outside of Hoodsport. It spans a channel 420 feet above the Skokomish River. Nearby Olympic National Park offers backpacking into pristine wilderness areas. RV campers will enjoy all that Hoodsport has to offer. They can drive to other nearby Hood Canal towns or recreation areas, and then pull into the RV park to relax with a hot shower and local amenities.

Glen Ayr Hoodsport RV Park

Glen Ayr offers 38 RV site, including five 50-amp sites and 33 30-amp sites. Located on the canal, you can scuba dive, boat, fish or hang out on the beach. The resort also offers a hot tub and recreation lodge with a fireplace, pool table and card tables. Keep in touch with the outside world with wireless Internet and enjoy your family and friends with a barbecue in the gazebo. Laundry and showers are available for your convenience. The resort has a 750-foot private beach and dock for boats. Visit the Hoodsport Winery nearby or play a game of golf at Lake Cushman Golf Course.

Glen Ayr
25381 N. U.S. Highway 101
Hoodsport, WA 98548
(360) 877-9522

The Waterfront at Potlatch Resort

This boutique RV park offers 14 waterfront sites with full hookups, wireless Internet, cable TV and picnic tables. Other amenities include showers and laundry facilities. Enjoy the 450-foot private beach and barbecue area while at the park, venture away to play golf at Lake Cushman or Alderbrook Golf courses or visit Lake Cushman Dam. Try your hand at gambling just 2 miles south at the Lucky Dog Casino. The park was built in 2006 and boasts amazing sunrises.

The Waterfront at Potlatch Resort
21660 N. U.S. Highway 101
Hoodsport, WA 98548
(360) 877-9422

Rest-A-While RV Park

The park is rich in history. Colbein John Sund homesteaded the property in 1889. It later became a resort and now offers RV sites with wooded lots or waterfront views. The resort has its own private shellfish beach. Plan to visit between September and June to harvest oysters, or dig for clams year-round when the tide is low. In late October and November, check out the salmon run right at your doorstep or go crabbing. If you don't have your own boat, rent one of theirs. You can dock your boat at the marina in the park. Enjoy the convenience of a seafood market on the premises. You can also rent a kayak or sign up for scuba lessons.

Rest-A-While RV Park
27001 N. U.S. Highway 101
Hoodsport, WA 98548
(360) 877-9474


Article Written By Cate Rushton

Cate Rushton has been a freelance writer since 1999, specializing in wildlife and outdoor activities. Her published works also cover relationships, gardening and travel on various websites. Rushton holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Utah.

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