12 Excellent Thousand Trails Campgrounds When You Visit Washington

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If you’ve been around the RV community for any length of time, you must have heard about Thousand Trails and the campgrounds that are part of the Thousand Trails membership community. You do not have to be a Thousand Trails member to stay at Thousand Trails campgrounds in Washington, but you will pay more money to camp there. Here are 12 Thousand Trails Campgrounds in Washington State to explore for yourself.

Washington Thousand Trails

These are Thousand Trails and/or Encore RV Resorts, but you can still stay there without the pass if you want to get the feel of the Thousand Trails parks before investing. These campgrounds are all in the Northwest Zone of Thousand Trails.

Leavenworth RV Campground


Address: 20752 Chiwawa Loop Road, Leavenworth, WA

Leavenworth RV Campground is open year-round with 279 sites. A traditional site with 30 amp service and water for two nights will cost $136. The campground offers activities, BINGO, dancing, and a playground. There are a pool, sports fields, and mini-golf, too.

Birch Bay RV Campground

Address: 8418 Harborview Road, Blaine, WA

Birch Bay RV Campground is open year-round with 223 sites. The campground is located right on the US/Canadian border. It is also very close to the Pacific Ocean. This Thousand Trails Washington resort also has a swimming pool, dog park, playground, and more. Prices start at $62 per day.

Chehalis RV & Camping Resort

Address: 2228 Centralia Alpha Road, Chehalis, WA

This large resort has amazing views of Mount Rainier from one side and Mount St. Helens from the other. With 315 sites, you’re bound to find one that suits you. They offer a dog park, restaurant, ballroom, store, laundry, and outdoor sports activities. They also offer many planned activities.

Crescent Bar RV Resort

Address: 9252 Crescent Bar Road, Quincy, WA

Crescent Bar RV Resort has 115 sites, located right on the Columbia River. Visitors to this Thousand Trails resort in Washington report that it tends to be windy here, so tie down your awnings and tents, but it is a beautiful location. There are a variety of amenities, including high-tech washing machines that pair with your smartphone. Visit the swimming pool, hot tub, playground, or play horseshoes or basketball. One night at this resort is $89, with 30 amp service, water, and sewer.

Grandy Creek RV Campground

Address: 7370 Russell Road, Concrete, WA

This resort is at the base of Mount Baker. Many of its 163 sites are large pull-thru sites, and it is open from June to October. The campground offers outdoor sports, a pool and hot tub, a playground, creek frontage, and mini-golf.

La Conner RV & Camping Resort

Address: 16362 Snee Oosh Road, La Conner, WA

This campground is a great jumping-off spot for Anacortes, Whidbey Island, Deception Pass, and ferry service to the San Juan Islands and Vancouver, BC. There are 316 sites and the campground is open year-round. It also has a half-mile saltwater beach. There is a long list of amenities including pickleball courts, mini-golf, fitness center, store, and more.

Little Diamond RV Campground

Address: 1002 McGowen Road, Newport, WA

This smaller Thousand Trails Washington campground on a small lake has 150 campsites and a lot of outdoor possibilities. From fishing, boating, and swimming in the pool, it’s a nice place to get away from everything. The campground has a game room, store, playground, and clubhouse.

Long Beach RV & Camping Resort

Address: 2215 Willow Road, Seaview, WA

With amazing beach access and a swimming pool, this campground has 144 sites that are described as very close together. There are many great bike and hiking trails, a playground and pets are welcome. The daily rate is $59 with water and 30 amp service.

Mount Vernon RV Campground

Address: 5409 North Darrk Lane, Bow, WA

Mount Vernon RV Campground has 262 sites and is less than 10 miles from the ocean. There’s plenty of hiking trails to explore and it’s near the Cascade Mountains for day trips. It’s also only a quarter-mile from the nearest casino. The campground has a dog park, playground, game room, and mini-golf, among other things.

Oceana RV & Camping Resort

Address: 2733 SR-109, Ocean City, WA

This park got so-so reviews on Campendium.com. Thousand Trail members were glad they were able to stay for free at this Washington resort, but others who paid over $40 per night, were not as happy. The park is very crowded on weekends and holidays. It has 88 sites and the beach is only a 5-minute walk from the campground. Oceana has laundry facilities, a playground, and hiking trails.

Paradise RV Campground

Address: 173 Salem Plant Road, Silver Creek, WA

This campground has an amazing view with plenty of fishing. It’s a great jumping-off spot for visiting Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens National Parks. The campground has a large dog park and a nice swimming pool. There are bike and hiking trails, a pickleball court, shuffleboard, a store, and access to a beach.

Thunderbird RV & Camping Resort

Address: 26702 Ben Howard Road, Monroe, WA

Thousand Trails Thunderbird Resort has 108 sites and is open year-round. Located on the Skykomish River, this campground offers many amenities and is close to other fun activities like hang gliding, antiquing, and state fairs. They have mini golf, a pool, laundry facilities, a playground, and a dog park. It’s free for Thousand Trails members, but $64 per night for non-members.

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  1. Hey Jason,

    My wife and I have been following you Rae almost from the beginning of your channel. We are from California and now live in the Seattle area. I’m also a Seahawks fan!!! We recently purchased a Class A diesel coach and have been exploring Washington and the West Coast with our young son. We have a TT Zone pass and have stayed at a few Thousand Trails here in Washington. One of our favorite destinations is Leavenworth. The TT is about 10 miles out of town so we usually stay at the KOA which is great and walking distance to town. We also like the La Conner area. Although not in Washington two of our favorites are the TT in Bend/Sunriver and Pacific City RV Resort.

    Keep up the great videos and hope to see you on the road someday.

    Jason and Marissa Smith

  2. We stayed at Chehalis twice last summer for a total of 6 weeks. There are some real downsides to the park but it’s a convenient location. Very few sewer sites and very few 50amp sites. Many of the sites that have both are blocked by seasonal residents. Also one of the sites was so unlevel that the windshield popped out of our motorhome. And unlevel seemed to be the norm. We stayed in the “B” loop the first time. Very nice and quiet but no Verizon signal without a booster and with a booster, there was enough for text messages only. The upper loops had good signal.

  3. Trailer Inns of Bellevue is the only place we have stayed in the Seattle area went there a couple of years ago to go to a Mariners game and look around Seattle area.

  4. We use to live in Gig Harbor before we went full time. We camped all over prior to that at Elwha Dam RV Park, which was secluded and awesome!! We also stayed at some state parks like Belfair State Park and Manchester State Park. We also stayed for a long time at Lost Lake RV Resort after we went full time just to get all the kinks worked out and get our game plan prior to hitting the road. We’ve traveled all the way across the country and are in Myrtle Beach now! Thanks for the post guys, stay healthy and safe travels!

  5. Good review Jason,
    we live in Eastern WA and have stayed in a couple of these parks. We purchased a 5er in Jan and barely got to use it this year.
    We just bought a TT membership with hopes of getting lots of use out of it and the RV this coming year.
    I’m hoping the TT’s membership pays off…

  6. Hi Jason,
    Our daughter and son in law live about 20 miles from the TT in Monroe, WA. We will look forward to your review of that campground and any tips 😊

    We haven’t camped in WA, so can’t help you there, but are looking forward to doing so. Actually, full disclosure, we have a TT zone pass membership and we are thinking of upgrading. Talking to Kimberly to find out what is best for us. Mike is retiring and we are looking forward to traveling. We aren’t brave enough to go full time but we plan to go out for months at a time. (Especially to visit our daughter in WA 😊)

    Enjoying your adventures!

    Happy trails!

    Thank you!
    Louise & Mike Hotovy
    Frederick, MD

  7. We stayed at Swinomish Casino, near Anacortes, while visiting Seattle and Vancouver. Nice setup and very inexpensive. We have stayed on casino parking lots before (with very good experiences), but this was a first at an RV park set up.

    Be well and stay safe
    Pat & Cindi OConnor

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