This park is very convenient for access to the greater Seattle area; just blocks off Exit 17 on I-90. Local paved walking trail directly across from park entrance where you can walk to all the shops and restaurants in downtown Issaquah, which a very cute town. Interior roads are paved and sites are gravel. Some sites are close together, but no worse than other urban area RV parks. There is grass between each site as well as beautiful trees throughout the park! Manager and his wife are super nice and truly care about each person staying at their park. They are very willing to work with customers to get the right site. The park is extremely pet friendly. Manager keeps treats in office for each dog that visits and even learns what treat each dog likes and will buy different treats if the dog is finicky or has an allergy. There is a dog walking area in front of park and bags are provided. Extremely clean laundry and restrooms. There is some highway noise but that is also the case at other area RV parks and we can't hear it once we are inside our rig. Park will pick up your empty propane tank, refill it and deliver back to your site. Propane is available Tuesday through Saturday or if you run out, they will fill it the other days as well. 75 channel cable TV and great WIFI!!!! There is a beautiful, brand new horseshoe pit and a nice playground as well. This park is the best park in the greater Seattle area and has the best commute to all the tourist areas of Seattle. The bus stop is not far with a large parking garage for even easier access to Seattle.
Ditto on the last review. Manager is a gem. The park is small, neatly kept, and a bit tight. Looking for ambience. Maybe not so much. Next to freeway. Very noisy. Drive in takes you by the cement plant; by the maintenance yard for the City. Winter rates start Oct 1. $44 per night
Very nice small but clean