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public transportation into Seattle

My husband and I are visiting Seattle for the first time and are seeking a campground outside the city. I need to know the towns that public transportation serves,( bus or train) so we can park our 23 ' motor home at a station and ride into downtown Seattle.

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1. Re: public transportation into Seattle

There aren't many. You could park in Everett (like at Lowe's) and walk to the Everett Station.

The closest campground is Kayak Point. Another is Flowing Lake. Both are operated by Snohomish County, and are quite nice. If you get to the Tulalip / Quil Ceda Walmart, you might be able to get some kind of shuttle to town, but the public transportation routes are inconvenient. Contact the casino in Tulalip.

There's a campground on I-90 in east Bellevue, up the hill from Factoria. I think it is at the cross street 148th. It is not much as campgrounds go, more of a place to live in an RV, but they might put you up. That would be more convenient to town.

Edited: 10:56 pm, July 26, 2011
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2. Re: public transportation into Seattle

there is a KOA in Kent near the airport that is on a bus route into Seattle.

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Would it be possible for them to go to the Kent Station for the Sounder train fairly easily? Not sure about the parking for an RV there.

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