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Paradise Cove Resort & RV Park

112 Burma Rd I-5 at Exit #52, Castle Rock, WA 98611-8933
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Nancy B wrote a review Dec 2017
Asheville, North Carolina71 contributions29 helpful votes
Easy access into the park and the roads in the park are easy to navigate. Check in was quick and friendly, and very accommodating at 9:00 pm. Plus, we extended our stay for two extra days without any problems. The park has around 50 sites, many of them are full time or long term and most are kept up pretty well. We were in site 22, a pull-thru and long enough for our 37' Class A and tow-dolly. We had full hook ups. No issues with the hook ups. There is a train close by but only ran during the day and the park is quiet. WiFi was poor, Verizon signal was good. The laundry room and bathrooms are clean. We stayed September 17-20, 2017 paid $33.20 a night.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
serenasun32 wrote a review Sep 2016
Oak Harbor, Washington156 contributions40 helpful votes
Don't stop here! The desk person makes you feel so welcome & the price was $32 with tax. Then the site was close to the front & easy access to bathrooms etc. Our towed vehicle could be parked close by. We ate dinner @ Parkers in town & it was great. It went downhill after we got back to the park. The park appears to house many trailers, mobile homes etc. So more like a slum park from the look of the bathrooms. The minute I walked in & got the blast of mold & mildew I knew I would not shower here! The toilet stalls were about as clean as old gas stations, but still usable if you could ignore the bugs & dirt! Then the shower stalls! Well imagine your worse nightmares of mold & neglect from a renovation show on tv. So gross! I took pics & reported to health dept, but no code for that, but they can tell them to clean it up. That's all! I feel bad for the residents who have no other choice! There is even a coded lock (why?) to prevent others from using the bathrooms! A posted sign on an "out of order stall" states "if you can't show respect for the facilities, that right will be taken away! Final notice!" Unbelievable! Most disgusting place we saw on the entire trip in our rv. Pictures are attached! Beware! If there had been a 0, I would've used it! And you hear the trains all night! Bad!
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Anne T wrote a review Aug 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia139 contributions4 helpful votes
Don't get me wrong, the people were great. Friendly and outgoing, but a lot of locals living there. Seemed like we were in east Texas. Trailers almost touching on the sides, we were able to enjoy the neighbor playing video games all night and we could hear every explosion...& I mean every explosion. Motorcycle woke us at 6 and sat loudly idling for long enough to end the hope of sleeping more. Beautiful lake with great view and access to Mt Rainer and that was the whole point.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Paradise Cove Resort & RV Park
Which popular attractions are close to Paradise Cove Resort & RV Park?
Nearby attractions include Mount St Helens Creation Center (5.2 km), Hummocks Trail (1.3 km), and Seaquest State Park (7.5 km).
What are some restaurants close to Paradise Cove Resort & RV Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Parkers Restaurant & Brewery, Peper's 49er, and Papa Pete's Pizza.