Private Campgrounds in King County, Washington State

Private Campgrounds in King County, Washington State
King County has Seattle, Washington, within its borders, and it has a lot more than that going for it. The county takes in a large part of the northwest peninsula of the state, featuring rocky coastlines, mountains, waterfalls and many other natural wonders. Many private campgrounds and resorts are available to provide a base for your adventures and explorations.

Blue Sky RV Park

The Blue Sky RV campground is just off Interstate 90 in the shadows of the Tiger Mountain and about 20 miles from Seattle. About 5 miles from the park is the Snoqualmie Falls, a 270-foot waterfall that draws more than a million visitors each year.

Blue Sky campground has 51 sites, 42 of which are back-in sites, and six large pull-through sites. Full hookups include water, sewer and electric with 30- and 50-amp connections. Cable TV is available, and telephone service is available for monthly customers. Daily, weekly and monthly rates are available.

Sites have level and paved pads, and there are trees between sites, which also have tables and a grill. The campground has a covered picnic area, recreation room, restrooms, laundry facilities and vending machines for snacks.

Blue Sky RV Park

9002 302nd Ave,

Southeast Issaquah, WA 98027



Trailer Inn Park

Trailer Inn's RV Park is in Bellevue, just across the bay from Seattle and on Interstate 90. The park itself is not flashy, but is designed to provide a good place to stay for the night and is in a central location convenient to all the attractions of Seattle and northwest Washington.

The campground has 67 sites with full hookups--water, sewer and electric--with 50-amp connections. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are available at no extra cost. The campground has a clubhouse and a playroom for children. Also, there is a heated swimming pool, sauna and laundry facilities.

Trailer Inn's RV Park

15531 SE 37th St.

Bellevue, WA 98006


Maple Grove RV Resort

Maple Grove RV Resort gets its name from all the maple trees. Upon arriving you are greeted with a large maple canopy at the entrance, and the trees are everywhere inside.

The park is 15 minutes north of Seattle near the confluence of Interstates 5 and 405. The resort has 87 sites of varying sizes to accommodate different types of RVs. About 20 of the sites are pull-throughs that can handle the largest of RVs. All the sites have full hookups--water, sewer and electric--with up to 50-amp connections.

All of the sites have landscaping, and most have trees between them and other sites. Asphalt driveways and pads are provided for your RV. Cable TV, telephone and Wi-Fi are included in daily and weekly rates. Monthly and seasonal rates are available. Laundry, restrooms and showers are available.

Maple Grove RV Resort

12417 Hwy. 99

Everett, WA 98204



Article Written By James Jordan

James Jordan has been a writer and photographer since 1980. He has worked for newspapers in Arkansas, Tennessee, South Carolina and Kansas, winning state press association awards for writing, photography and page design. In 1995 he received his master's in Christian education and completed two years of Ancient Greek at the graduate level. Jordan holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism.

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