I've never stayed in an RV before, so this was my first experience. I liked Andersen's. The beach was close, and there was stuff to do there. They have a club house for what appears to be the locals who play cards and games. There is a little playground, so the kids can swing.
Yes, it's gravel and there isn't much privacy, but the owners are really, really nice and it's the closest you'll get to the beach unless you stay at the state park. I also think this place was a bit more sheltered from the wind, because we stayed with an ocean view at a state park the next night and Wow, I thought the RV was going to sail away.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- See the beautiful Long Beach Peninsula on Washington State's Pacific Coast and experience our legendary hospitality!Whether for beachcombing, kite flying, picnics, long walks, building an evening bonfire for marshmallow roasting, or enjoying a lazy afternoon on the beach with your favorite book, Andersen's RV Park offers easy and convenient access to sand and surf.Located just 3 1/2 miles north of downtown Long Beach, Washington we are quietly situated out of the rush of things, yet close enough to enjoy the benefits of the towns both north and south of us. And if you prefer not to un-hook your RV, we are conveniently located on a bus line for a quick and inexpensive trip to our rich and bountiful local activities. ... more less