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Image of entrance to Bay View State Park, WashingtonDate: 6/28/16

Location: Mt. Vernon, Wash.

Elevation: 50

Sites: 46 Tent sites 29 Utility sites (40 ft max… 9 sites are 60 ft max) 6 Cabin

Nightly Fee: $25-35 Standard Sites, $30-40 Partial Utility Sites, $35-45 Full Utility Sites, call for Cabin prices… extra fees apply to out-of-state residents

Amenities: Full Utility sites (water, electical and sewer) Partial Utility sites (water and electricity) Standard sites (A designated campsite served by nearby domestic water, sink waste, garbage disposal and flush comfort station)’ two restrooms and six showers

Topography: On Padilla Bay nestled under tall pines

Miles One-Way: 1,321

Directions: From So Cal area I-5 N to CA 99 N to I-5 N to WA-20 west to Bayview Edison Rd north 4 miles to campground entrance

Website: Bay View State Park Campground

If you happen to be looking for RV parks, Washington State, Bay View State Park near Mt. Vernon, Wash. is undeniably incredible. From the ferns and the pines to the beautiful Padilla Bay, this campground is truly amazing.

Nine of the sites here are located with a view of the bay and have 60 ft to work with.

Image of recreational area at Bay View State Park, WashingtonTwenty more sites all face a huge grassy area where the kids can all congregate and play in a safe environment, easy for mom and dad to keep an eye on ’em. These sites are generally around 40 ft of area to back into and set up camp.

Forty-five more sites give you plenty of room to park your vehicle and set up your tent. These come with a fire pit and a picnic table. Here you’ll enjoy a bit more of a serene and quiet environment a bit removed from the more populated camping area. A group camping area for tents only can accommodate up to 64 people with restrooms and showers close by.

If you’d simply prefer throwing a couple sleeping bags and some food in the car there are also six cabins nestled under the pines for your comfort and enjoyment. These also have fire pits and pedestal grills for your convenience and are located within site of and just a minute or two walk to the beach. Call today to reserve one!

Camping here does include two restrooms and six showers.

If you do travel with golf clubs there are at least five golf courses within 30 minutes from this campground. If you like boating there are tons of opportunities nearby for the avid boating lover.

Within just 10 or 15 minutes are La Conner, Rosario Beach and Anacortes for more Washington State Parks RV camping opportunities and sites to see. Farther out are the group of islands making up the San Juan Islands and just a touch farther west is Victoria. A ferry is available at Anacortes to take you out to all of these outlying areas.

So, when you’re looking for RV parks, Anacortes Washington area, plan on your first few nights or so here in this wondrous setting where you can venture from the quaint little town of La Conner up to Orcus Island and all through these gorgeous San Juan Islands.

For more information, check out this website… Bay View State Park.

Image of a empty tent site at Bay View State Park, WashingtonImage of the cabins at Bay View State Park, WashingtonImage of a view of the bay at Bay View State Park, Washington

 

 

 

 

By R.C. Stude

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