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Old 03-07-2013, 09:07 PM   #15
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Gosh, you guys have me ready to pack and head onout from Ohio, I realize it's a bit more than two hours, but it sounds like fun, fun, fun....
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:55 PM   #16
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All the state parks are great Each one is special and hard to choose a favorite. For commercial parks I really like Rest-A-While RV Park in Hoodsport, quiet and on the water.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:29 PM   #17
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lots of good hiking (to little lakes) if you base out of Salmon La Sac, I used to love going there. and its fun going in to Roslyn to the Brick, if thats still there.






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+1 on 62 SS suggestions.

Also try Salmon la Sac, no hookups - but paved and private. Lodgepole (Chinook pass) is spectacular, but still probably snowed in. Hiking around Mt. Rainer is not to be missed. We've also been to Ike Kinswa (near st. Helens), liked that. Cape Disappointment near Illwaco is nice too.
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Old 03-27-2013, 12:45 AM   #18
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Thanks for all your replies. I have bookmarked all the places you suggested.

Hubby and I are kid free, never had any and are attempting to find adult only RV sites. We like to read, paint, drink wine, make a fire, talk and relax.
We find it a challenge when rigs pull in next to us with families.

Any suggestions?
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Old 03-27-2013, 10:40 AM   #19
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Yes, make the most of it. If they're there first, you can tell by little bikes and stuff. But nothing you can do if they come in after. Instead I would suggest the mindset of, how great it is that those children get to experience the freedom of the open road and seeing places. They are lucky kiddos. If they are loud in the morning or late night, just turn on your fan and it'll drown out most sounds...






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Thanks for all your replies. I have bookmarked all the places you suggested.

Hubby and I are kid free, never had any and are attempting to find adult only RV sites. We like to read, paint, drink wine, make a fire, talk and relax.
We find it a challenge when rigs pull in next to us with families.

Any suggestions?
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Old 03-27-2013, 11:45 AM   #20
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lots of good hiking (to little lakes) if you base out of Salmon La Sac, I used to love going there. and its fun going in to Roslyn to the Brick, if thats still there.
The Brick is still there. Ask me how I know (spoiler alert: I can't exactly remember).
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Old 03-27-2013, 03:16 PM   #21
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Thanks for all your replies. I have bookmarked all the places you suggested.

Hubby and I are kid free, never had any and are attempting to find adult only RV sites. We like to read, paint, drink wine, make a fire, talk and relax.
We find it a challenge when rigs pull in next to us with families.

Any suggestions?
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We don't have kids either but kids on bikes, socializing with other campground kids and playing outside is the best part of camping! But I understand why it bothers some so I'll try to answer the question asked:

Cold weather or off season camping is pretty much just adults, very few families, especially if you can take weekdays off. Smaller campgrounds that are first come first serve attract less families.
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Old 03-28-2013, 12:05 AM   #22
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Thanks for all your suggestions. I know its all about good attitude, but I still believe there has got to be campgrounds that cater to those who want to enjoy the quiet sounds of nature.
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Old 03-29-2013, 03:40 PM   #23
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Olympic National Park

As an NPS Park Ranger in the summer at Mesa Verde N.P. ( I know that its too far to go from Seattle for a weekend) I would highly recommend Olympic NP. Because Olympic has such diversity and there is no central, trans-park hwy, I would recommend Elwah Dam RV Park outside Port Angeles. Elwha Dam RV Park

I like this park because of the staff and its proximity to a number of Park entrances.

Check out the Park website; Olympic National Park - Olympic National Park

Download the park map.

There is so much diversity, you can make forays into the park at many different places and never see the same thing twice.

I hope you enjoy the National Parks!
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