“Camping in the middle of suburbia next to a beautiful lake!”
Vasa Park Resort
We really enjoyed our stay at Vasa Park Resort and the park managers were super friendly and helpful. We had more than one long conversation about the local area and the park itself. They even gave us specific park and ride directions, along with a detailed map, so we could take public transportation into Seattle and avoid a parking nightmare. Management even cruised through the park in the evenings, after the day visitors departed, to make sure the RVers were doing well.
Don’t get me wrong, as far as RV parks go this place is small. However, it isn’t an RV park, it is a day use area at a gorgeous lake in the middle of town that just happens to have a few full hookup and water/electric only sites.
We booked our site about a month in advance and were told at booking that they were pretty booked up and the only thing they had was a water/20 AMP electric only site that was long enough for our rig. They have a dump station on site so I was perfectly happy with that and for $32 bucks a night, 12 miles from Seattle, I wasn’t about to complain.
You must pick up after your dog which we always do. Your dog has to be confined to your site but considering that day-use visitors are not allowed to bring their pets I felt it was generous enough that RVers are the exception.
Yes, there is a very large field across the street that is off leash for your dog to run in and our Dane Maggie loved it. We also liked the excuse to get a good walk in a couple of times a day taking her over there. 🙂
Would We Stay Again?
All in all we really enjoyed our stay at Vasa Park and paddle boarding on the lake was awesome. We will definitely look to stay here the next time we are visiting the Seattle area.
Nightly Cost: $32
Days Stayed: 6
Hookups: Water/ 20 AMP Electic Only (Dump Station on site)
Pad Type: Mixed
Pets: Allowed on Leash
Open Seasonally: May-Oct
WIFI: Cell coverage was good since we were in town. As always we had 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 Vasa Park Resort, Bellevue, Washington*
You can find all of our Campground Reviews on our 2018 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.
Vasa Park, Bellevue Washington, GPS: 47.5777, -122.1126
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