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Old 06-17-2014, 09:25 PM   #1
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Blue Sky RV Park in Issuqua Washington

We are supposed to be at blue sky park in issuqua wa for the 4th of july, anyone know if I can get satellite reception? What is the park like, where should I go if I don't like that place. any info would be appreciated.
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I live about 8 miles from issaquah. You should have no problem with reception there. It will have freeway noise as it is pretty close to the highway.
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Stayed there 3 years ago, look the park over AND get as far away from the road, trucks and loud exhausts all night long.
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We live very close to Issaquah too. I would look into the RV Park in Fall City, or there is a nice RV Park in Preston off I90 and another in Carnation called Tall Chief GC. Carnation has a great 4th of July celebration too. Issaquah is like camping in a parking lot.
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We live very close to Issaquah too. I would look into the RV Park in Fall City, or there is a nice RV Park in Preston off I90 and another in Carnation called Tall Chief GC. Carnation has a great 4th of July celebration too. Issaquah is like camping in a parking lot.
Its close to Costco, though.
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Blue Sky RV Park-a nice place

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We are supposed to be at blue sky park in issuqua wa for the 4th of july, anyone know if I can get satellite reception? What is the park like, where should I go if I don't like that place. any info would be appreciated.
We just spent a week at Blue Sky. It's one of the nicer and better maintained parks we have stayed at in the last 5 years. The sites are mostly occupied by longer term residents and are higher end RV's. It does have some highway noise, but nothing very loud or distracting. If you want satellite TV, you must ask for a site theta can get it. There are lots of tall trees, but a surprising number of sites are able to get TV. We had site "C" which was an 80' back in site and had good DirecTV reception.
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