Outback RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps, 15 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
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This place has no ambiance and when you open your door you will view your neighbors sewer line! Omg!
Better than I thought
OK, First impression was horrible! Here we are in western Washington and the RV park I booked has no trees, dead grass and a great view of nothing! If it wasn't already late at night, I probably would have driven right back out... I'm glad I didn't. They were a nice, quiet, clean little RV park.
We stayed for a week and I would happily do it again! You could tell that the camp managers were working hard to make this a great place. If you are looking for an RV park with great views out in the woods, then this probably isn't for you. If you want a very friendly, nice and clean park where you can relax and enjoy your stay - then I recommend this place. Great value for the low price.
Clean bathroom and showers. Tip: shower early in the morn or late at night if want to take a really long shower. With only 2 showers, the late mornings are pretty busy.
Nice and quiet neighbors. Most of the other guest stayed in their RVs and kept to themselves. Not a real social place if you are into that, but at the same time friendly and comfortable.
Seemed very safe. I always felt like i was safe at night walking around.
Pet friendly - no really! Places to walk your pets without the pet haters. Most parks claim to be pet friendly but then when you get there, you can only take your dog for a walk if you pick it up and carry it around. Not fun when you have a malamute! Everyone took care of thier dogs "stuff" and kept them on a leash, unlike the public campgrounds we used to go to.
Working wifi and cable TV. Nearly level pull throughs. Well lit and great evening breezes!
Noise - Cars from the road and That damn train! During the day and late at night it's close enough to hear and feel.
No trees... In Western Washington... Ok, some trees at the back.
Wifi was good most of the time, but if you are going to have wifi, then don't be cheap and get a strong signal and a repeater up high enough so that the signal can still reach the the RVs in the middle! Wifi signal doesn't penetrate a wall of RVs very well.
Water tasted gross! We needed 2 water filters!