Campground Review: Paradise RV Campground, Thousand Trails

“Quiet Thousand Trails Campground”

Paradise RV Campground Thousand Trails

Paradise RV Campground, Thousand Trails

This Thousand Trails campground that was quiet and peaceful. Cell coverage was good and it is in close proximity to Mount Rainier National Park. The surrounding scenery is beautiful and the park offers some really nice walks through the woods and around the pond to the dog area.

Paradise RV Campground Thousand Trails

Spaces in this park are very tight. Mostly because the roads are narrow, sites are perched on a steep hill and most of the roads are one way making it a long slow drive out of the park. Once you find a spot long enough for your rig your good to go.

Although our spot wasn’t quite wide enough to accommodate our rig and the picnic table, we made do. There certainly wasn’t enough space for a fire ring, which by the way, are available to rent from the park store. We thought it was odd that only a few spaces had fire rings until we realized you have to request one. LOL

Paradise RV Campground Thousand Trails

The park was relatively empty when we arrived on Sunday and stayed pretty quiet during the week. It was nice to see it pick up on Friday and was busy with families enjoying the Father’s Day weekend.

Paradise RV Campground Thousand Trails

Always be Prepared

One word of caution: the water system sprung a major leak and the water was shut off the last few days we were there. Luckily we had 2/3 of a tank of water on-board. I spoke with the guests in the spot next to us and they stated that the last 3 times they have visited the park there have been water issues. I’m not complaining about it just want everyone to be aware that you shouldn’t arrive with an empty water tank or at least fill it up when you get there just to be safe. Once they did fix the leak there was a boil warning so extra glad we had clean water in our tank.

Paradise RV Campground Thousand Trails

Would We Stay Again?

Overall this is a decent park. The pool area looked really nice and the pond is available for fishing and kayaking. What we liked most was the proximity to Mt Rainier National Park and will stay again if in the area.

Nightly Cost: FREE (We are members of the Thousand Trails) Affiliate Link
Days Stayed: 6
Hookups: Full Hookups
Reservations: Recommended
Pad Type:  Dirt
Pets: Allowed – Small Fenced Area for off leash.

WIFI: Cell coverage was good and our Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile service all worked really well in the campground. Our weBoost cell booster was on standby just in case the signal strength wasn’t strong enough but was not needed.

*This is our review/opinions of our stay at the Paradise RV Campground, Thousand Trails.*

You can find all of our Campground Reviews here on our 2018 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.

Paradise RV Campground, Thousand Trails – GPS: 46.5437, -122.5819


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