Reviews for Paradise Point State Park

| Road Noise!

By user-4943259... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-26 to 2018-06-27

Right off of I5 this state park campground borders the service road . The sites are beautiful and large and mostly level. The view of I5 is blocked by trees but unfortunately the trees do not block the traffic noise especially as trucks engage air brakes heading down hill. We don't usually mind general road noise but this one was extremely loud and definitely impacted the enjoyment of any outdoor activities at our lovely to look at campsite. At $40 per night it was a bit pricey for a water and electric hook up only site and given the road noise we will look elsewhere for an overnight site if in the area again.

| Convenient Overnighter

By user-4551732... on 2019-08-09.

We stayed here mid to late May, '18 to be near our daughter having her first baby. We are also Snowbirds who stay at least twice a year as we head South/North to/from our Whatcom County home enroute to warmer climes. Most sites are deep enough for our 32' class "A" M/H + our Chevy Tracker "toad". Yes, the I-5 is close and noisey, but then this is not a "Destination Resort". It's got water and electric hookups, paved pads, fire pits and tables. On your way out there's a dump station and at the I-5 interchange is gas, diesel, propane, and snacks. If you're on the north/south way, avoid everybody's rush hour and camp HERE.

| Nice overnighter

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-10-17 to 2018-10-18

Nice host. Very convenient off I-5. Clean wooded sites. TraffIc Noise but plenty of room for our 36ft RV and tow vehicle on level pad. $30 for full hookup including sewer. Tent sites and nice walking trails. Lots of room between sites. Well maintained campground.

| Convenient Overnighter!?

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-12-05 to 2018-12-09

Having previously stayed here earlier this year (see "Convenient Overnighter" review), we were shocked at the condition of the campground. It appears to be more of a homeless encampment now. Campers walk their dogs but don't pick up after them. Many RVs are in very bad shape: siding ripped off, tarped roofs, old accident damage, defective plumbing. The problem though is not who's camping here; In the USA everybody has the right to go camping and I encourage it. The problem is that Staff don't enforce rules. In broad daylight with Staff onsite, campers dump their gray water (I witnessed 20 to 40 gallons) directly on the ground without regard for their neighbors. Campers in the site next to me "curb" their two dogs daily without picking up. As I said in my previous review, "this is not a destination campground", so if you need 50/30/20 amp electric and water hookups with a dump station on the way out -- you'll be okay here. Just remember, for health and safety reasons, to be careful for where you step.