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I hate to write this review as I am a big believer in the state park system. Dash Point Stare Park was not a good rv camping experience for me. Stayed last night and left in the middle of the night. There are several sites...More
small park,but big signs 2x2 feet. "Dogs on leash only"
including another signs teaching people good staff...but no signs "Drug free zone"
acces is bad if comparing another parks,like Lincoln,Seahurst...
This is a really nice park. I was there with a group of coworkers, killing time before a dinner reservation, so we didn’t have time to explore the entire park but what I saw was very pretty. The walk along the beach was easy and...More
We were afraid to make a reservation on this campground as other reviews said the trees were not pruned and very dangerous to damage our RV. Fortunately someone had taken the reviews seriously and the trees were all pruned and no danger at all. The...More
We visited here 4 years ago and it was a nice park, just across the street from the water front. This time, not so great. It appears to have gone down hill I'm afraid to say. Some homeless campers, random cars driving around continuously and...More
Go when the tide is low and expect to walk out quite far. It's really a shallow sandy beach and on hot days is a great place to swim and get wet.
Make sure you have the discover pass or otherwise pay at the old...More
Maybe they were experiencing some sewage issues the day we decided to check out this park. It didn't smell good (or clean) at all. That said, there were a LOT of people (families, singles, couples) all over the "beach" there. It is/does have a beach,...More
We put our 39-foot motorhome in just about the only space that it would fit into but it was nice. There is very seldom a ranger at the gate so we were glad there was one there when we arrived. It is very centrally located...More
My family is arriving in mid August for a two week trip to Rainier & Olympic National Parks. Sadly, my son & daughter in law don't arrive until two days after the rest of the family arrives. Rather than backtracking and picking them up, I'm thinking we could find somewhere in the Seatac area to camp for a couple of nights. Any suggestions? Does Dash Point State Park offer decent camping and outdoor activities?
May 14, 2008|
Perhaps you can work Mt. St. Helens into your trip, as you go between RNP and ONP. Isn't your camping question answered here or did I miss something? http://parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Dash+Point From Dash Point, you could visit Olympia, Tacoma, Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge...
Dash point state park Rv camping (1 Replies)
We are thinking of camping at Dash point state park beginning of October the night before we have to fly out, we will have a 25 foot RV. We have been seeing some reviews that the road is a little hard to get to and there are a lot of low trees. We are used to driving an RV but this will be a rental and we don't want to scratch it . Thanks
July 24, 2017|
you can look at google maps and street view to get an idea.the pictures will be old but this could still help you out possibly
Dash Point to Seattle (6 Replies)
Hello, We are camping at Dash Point State Park in July and would like to spend a few days in Seattle. After reading other forum posts I am thinking it might be better not to drive in downtown Seattle. Is there a good place to leave a car for the day and then take a bus or train into the City?
April 29, 2012|
Drive to Tukwila and park in the Light Rail lot. 30 minutes by the Link to downtown.A closer driving alternative would be to drive to the park and ride lot in Federal Way and take a bus.