dawnholt Check-Ins

Date Place Comment
Skamania Coves

Small, well kept RV park overlooking the Willamette river outside of Stevenson, Wa. The view is nice but the road is close by, and there
is a railroad track between the campground and the river. The trains that rumble through here are not supposed to blow their horns, but they are very long trains and very close. so if this is a concern, be warned.

Alder Lake Campground

Lovely park owned by the local power company, a few hundred feet from Lake Alder. Open year round except December. Tent sites, full hook-ups, hot showers (with heat!), toilets.

Blue Sky RV Park

Clean, well maintained, very popular RV park on the outskirts of Issaquah, Washington. Many folks seem to stay a week, a month or longer. We spent one, quiet, pleasant night. Expensive, but a very clean hot shower can be a blessing during a long road trip and sometimes worth the price. All size rigs, no tent camping, laundry, hot showers, and good internet. Full hookups.

Fort Ebey State Park Campground

The other review is accurate. I would add be aware that thehey close the campground in Oct. 1. And because so many sites are basic, expect generator

Alpine RV Park

Private RV park with a mix of long-term residents and travelers. Showers, laundry, fite pits and ice. Wifi is spotty but good cell service. Grassy RV spots with fill hookups. Near highway 20 but quiet at night. The parks in the N. Cascade are now closed so this is a good stop over.

Lake Chelan State Park

Lovely, busy popular park on Lake Chelan
RV sites are pretty close together but nice enough, each with a picnic table and fire pit. Play ground, walking trails and lake access are all here.

Guaranty RV Park

large, commercial RV park that is part of the guaranty RV business. We are here because the Winnebago garage is very close by. Reasonably sized lots with grass and picnic tables, full hookups, bathrooms, showers and a store on site that includes a restaurant. An easy 20-25 minutes off of i-5 North of Eugene. not a bad place for an overnight. But we drive a class b and there are lots of big rigs here. depends on your cup of tea... there is also regular security if that is important to you.

Detroit Lake Campground

This very popular campground is right on Detroit Lake. A huge park for any size rig plus tents. Those sites closer to the lake are much quieter..otherwise there is considerable road noise. We stayed one night, put our chairs out and people watched, which was pleasant. Sites are close together but each has a table and fire pit. Showers and a small store on site.

Copperfield Park

lovely, popular Park near hills Canyon. Nice spaces with lots of room, clean restrooms, and good showers. I'll be recommend it. We were able to get a spot without a reservation in the middle of July. also, within sight of the Oxbow dam.

Dismal Nitch Rest Area

Good boondocking site. Light traffic on 101, and a beautiful view of the Columbia River. Also popular! Also, it feels very safe.


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