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Old 12-16-2019, 07:36 PM   #239
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Tulalip, WA @Port Susan Camping Club.
PS is a wonderful place to live, with tons and tons of amenities. You won’t find cheaper prices anywhere.
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Old 12-16-2019, 08:58 PM   #241
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Underwood....that's right next door to White Salmon.
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Old 12-17-2019, 01:45 PM   #242
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We live in a wonderful RV community in Tulalip, WA. Can’t beat the price and amenities. You won’t believe what we have here for so little money. For example: grocery store, Post Office, Cafe, Chapel, fishing/swimming lake, fitness center, family center, 50’s club, adult club to name some of the amenities. A lot is only $1000.00 per year. You can only stay 6 months per year per lot, but we have 3 lots so stay here year round and love the serenity and all the events that the clubs put on. We lease the lots from the Tulalip Tribes and our lease will be up in about 25 yrs. you can check it out at Port Susan Camping Club online if interested....
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Old 03-05-2020, 09:57 AM   #243
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We live in a wonderful RV community in Tulalip, WA. Canít beat the price and amenities. You wonít believe what we have here for so little money. For example: grocery store, Post Office, Cafe, Chapel, fishing/swimming lake, fitness center, family center, 50ís club, adult club to name some of the amenities. A lot is only $1000.00 per year. You can only stay 6 months per year per lot, but we have 3 lots so stay here year round and love the serenity and all the events that the clubs put on. We lease the lots from the Tulalip Tribes and our lease will be up in about 25 yrs. you can check it out at Port Susan Camping Club online if interested....


Craftysue2,
We live near you, outside of Marysville. I have heard mixed reviews on Port Susan, some really good... some bad.
I guess it depends on your lot and what kind of neighbors you are next to.
It is an interesting place though and there always seems to be several sites for lease... itís good that you seem very happy there.
Why do you have three lots instead of just two? 6 months in each one... Do they allow someone else to stay in your lots when you are not using them or do they just sit empty? Thanks, Brian.
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Old 03-05-2020, 02:48 PM   #244
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Sold the house on Lake Roosevelt in Sep 19. we had bought a townhouse in the Tri-Cities in 2015. So I guess Pasco in the summer. Still have an RV site on the Lake.
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Old 03-05-2020, 11:00 PM   #245
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You can only stay a total of 180 days per lot. We have 3 lots so we have a place to go for the remaining 5 days of the year if we choose not to leave the park
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We have 3 lots for the remaining 5 days of the year in case we donít want to leave the park for some reason. No one is allowed to stay on anyone elseís lot
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New forum member checking in. We're in Redmond, WA.
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Old 05-13-2020, 09:41 PM   #248
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GWood - Welcome

Hi, Welcome to IRV2. Our last sticks and bricks was in Sumner WA. Now our domicile is Puyallup and our life is on the road. We are currently in CA with plans to be back in WA for doctors app't etc by mid July.
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Mossyrock. A blink on Hiway 12 from I-5 to Yakima! We have three acres and 120 feet of waterfront on Lake Mayfield at one end of the lake. Great place to spend the summers in our RV.
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Sold our house in Spokane last August and have been staying off and on in a rental house and our RV on a friends 21 acres in the Valley.

We just bought a site down in Melbourne Beach Florida and that will be our snowbird place starting in December when I retire.

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