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jtfcons

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Posted: 04/11/14 06:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

wrgjg wrote:

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.


We have stayed at this park 2 times as well and had an enjoyable experience. Close to the Seattle transit hub and this is the way we go to experience the greater Seattle area.


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Lots of very good recommendations.

To anyone wanting to stay near Seattle, the city is like an hour-glass, with the main downtown area at the choke point. Puget Sound is to the West and Lake Washington is on the East side, severely limiting camping opportunities close to the city.

Staying over near Pouslbo and ridding the ferry could be a memorable experience for a visitor not familiar with these larger "boats". Washington State Ferries are huge with restaurants and parking for over 100 cars. The ride can be an enjoyable experience.


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If you define "near" as less than 10 miles, there are no CGs that close. Lake Pleasant is on a direct bus route with a stop right outside the main gate and is about 14 miles out. The ride into downtown takes about 35 minutes. I think that's an all-day route, not just a commuter run.

Since we lived in Bothell for many years and have adult children living in the area, we haven't stayed there. We moved to Anacortes almost 15 years ago, so our information on the Seattle area is a bit out of date.


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