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Old 09-05-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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Dash Pt. State Park Washington State 9/2014

Nicely wooded state park with RV hookups. It is a little tight for rigs over 36'. Some pull through spots, most are back in. I believe there is a total of 55 spots.
No WIFI, minimal cell service, some 50 amp sites. Clean bathrooms but need updating. Generally quiet except for SEATAC airport during daytime hours only.
Would be tough to get Sat reception in most sites. Had good DTV in our site and watched the Seahawks/Green Bay game.
1/2 mile walk either on a trail or road to Puegot Sound. Many trails in camp ground. Located in residential area but not an issue.
Ate lunch at Anthonys Seafood Restaurant In Des Moines. Very good!!!!
Overall a good experience.
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We're heading up that way in a couple of weeks; may not need to stop that close to our destination (Pt. Ludlow) but glad to know there's something out there.
Thanks for the info.
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