Reviews for Blue Sky RV Park

| Worth the price

By user-4520470... on 2017-10-23.

We just bought a new travel trailer and before taking a major trip, we wanted to test the trailer under real wofld conditions. As there are few RV parks in the Seattle area, we did a search and felt Blue Sky would fill our needs. We arrived before the office closed and Beth greeted me. I paid the $80 for the two nights and was given a campground map. Note here; Blue Sky does not take debit or credit cards, cash or checks only. The campground appears to have many fulltimers living here but most of the rigs are newer. Pride of ownership shows in the park as most sites are clean as is the entire park. Like most RVers, the natives are very friendly. The campground is in a bit of a valley. Whoever engineered this did a great job. All sites are terraced. You look out one window of your rig and see under someone's rear bumper. Out the other side you see the upper half of the rig next door. Location is good with downtown Seattle just 25 minutes away and other freeways very nearby. If you ski, Snoqualmie Pass is just 30 minutes east. This park is very near I-90 but has a great natural buffer of trees to muffle the freeway noise. Despite what other reviews state, their is free wifi here and works marginally well. Cable TV is free but you will need ta cable box from the office that requires a $35 refundable deposit. Heading for Seattle? I think you will like Blue Sky.

By user-6634866... on 2017-10-23.

no credit cards sites are narrow

| Don't waste your time

By user-5375820... on 2017-10-23.

Don't waste your time stopping at blue sky. New owners turned it into monthly.

| Nice site

By user-4978499... on 2017-10-23.

We paid $670 for monthly rates plus electric. You have to be there 60 days to get that rate. Daily is $40 and weekly is $250. The sites are fairly tight but it is a nice park with laundry and club house facilities. One of the nicer parks that can get you close to Seattle.

| Great location and nice management

By user-6252880... on 2017-10-23.

Contrary to a previous review, this is NOT a Thousand Trails (Encore) Park. It is full hook up. There is sewer. The electricity is reliable. It is owned by a nice family with great management. As far as proximity to Seattle, this is the best. The other parks leave a lot to be desired. It's tucked away in the woods, clean, friendly, level spaces. I've stayed here for a few days and long-term and have been very pleased.

| Minimal, at best

By user-6288274... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2014-08-11 to 2014-08-19

Daily rate for a pull-through is actually $37 if you want electricity. They charge $2.53 per day for electrical hookup!!! NO wi-fi, NO discounts for Good Sam, etc., NO credit cards, cable is very basic and you have to put down a deposit for the required set-top box which can only run 1 TV, then gets only the very basic 15 or so channels. NO satellite either, since the park is heavily overgrown with huge trees. It's a nice setting, but spaces are narrow and because of the terrain, many don't have any place to sit outside. Far better parks are in the area, such as Lake Pleasant. We will not stay here again.

| avoid this park

By user-6591540... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-06-11 to 2015-06-13

This is a Thousand Trails (Encore) park that is not as advertised. It is not full hook up. No sewer. Electric is very unreliable. The first site I tried had an open ground. The second site ha low voltage. Roads through the park are very dusty.