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Old 01-23-2014, 11:52 AM   #1
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Campgrounds in Seattle area.

Will travel from New Orleans to Seattle this fall. Any recommendations for a weeks stay. Not planning the trip, that will be day by day decision.
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Vasa Park Resort on Lake Sammamish. 15 minutes to downtown.
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We have stayed at Lake Pleasant on the N side in Bothel a couple of times ...quite decent. See rvparkreviews.com
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We've stayed at Tall Chief in Fall City under our RPI membership. Nice CG, good area and on the east side of the Seattle area. Probably about 30 minutes to downtown.

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I like Saltwater State Park near Des Moines on the south end. Right on the water and in a quiet neighborhood.

There is also a KOA in Kent on the south end. It is an older KOA but nice. A little on the spendy side since they know there are few options close to Seattle.
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Old 01-29-2014, 03:43 PM   #6
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When in the Seattle area, we try to stay @ Lake Pleasant RV park in Bothell. While it isn't the closest to downtown Seattle RV , it is the best.
The cost is about $44 per night, which is comparable to most of the parks in the area that have fhu.
Access to the Interstate is very easy and from there you can get to just about anywhere in the Seattle area.
If you like beer, Red Hook Brewery isn't very far.
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We stayed at Manchester State Park last year for a couple days and really enjoyed it. Just do not trust the GPS to get there. Near the Bremerton ferry also.
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And additional recommendation on Lake Pleasant. Though we haven't camped there (we used to live in Bothell) we know lots of folks who have. There's fairly frequent Metro bus service into the city from a stop right outside the gate - saves all the downtown parking hassles.
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