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Posted: 04/11/14 11:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Planning a trip to Seattle Wa. Any RV park recommendations? We are in a 40 dp and want to be as close to the city as possible. Thank you for your help!

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Posted: 04/11/14 11:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There's a municipal park with campground with full hook-ups on a lake in Issaquah, just off the interstate. Can't remember the name, but you can google it, as it's the only one in Issaquah. There's a low-looking railroad bridge on the approach, but it's got adequate clearance. We were a 38' DP towing a 4-door Wrangler 4 down with about 12.5' height. Didn't even hit the antennas. The park had nice views. 10 minutes to downtown on I-90.

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City of Auburn, Game Farm Park This park is very close to Seattle but gives you a country feel in the city! Next to river and has large paved spaces with lots of room. You will need reservations in the summer months.


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KOA in Kent is tight but nice, location is perfect - they do have weekly rate - call them not on their web site - we have stayed there 2 1/2 months on and off over a 5 month period very recently


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Check out Lake Pleasant RV Park in Bothell Wa. It is a nice park and it is close to Seattle. The lake has lots of water fowl and the ducks now have new young. We live here full time and we like it very much.

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I looked at the Issaquah RV park several years ago, but they would not allow our two indoor cats.
I found a spot near Poulsbo that was very nice. I don't remember the name, but we stayed their for three months.
the ferry ride from Bainbridge Island to the City was rather nice.
Look for the RV park near Pouslbo in the Woodalls Directory.


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rr2254545 wrote:

KOA in Kent is tight but nice, location is perfect - they do have weekly rate - call them not on their web site - we have stayed there 2 1/2 months on and off over a 5 month period very recently
X-2, Just off I-5, not far from Rapid Transit Station that takes you to Downtown (Plenty of parking at the RTS). A bus stops at the KOA which will take you to the RTS if you don't want to drive. Karen Rosier is the KOA Kent Mgr.

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Wondering where to park a 38 ft MH while we take a cruise to Alaska

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bobtucker wrote:

Wondering where to park a 38 ft MH while we take a cruise to Alaska


Lake Pleasant in Bothell has a storage area for cruising.

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Posted: 04/11/14 05:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Issaquah Village RV Park is just off I-90. Never been there but we are in the military and moving there in June. Hubby will be working downtown and we will be living in our 36' DP full time. We chose the Issaquah Village RV Park because of the commute. Lake Bothell looked much nicer but the daily commute was going to be worse.

We have 3 cocker spaniels and they said it was no problem.


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