Lakeshore RV Park & Marina Good Sam Verified Campground

619 W Manson Hwy, Chelan, WA 98816

Good Sam Verified Campground
(2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
(2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
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Address

619 W Manson Hwy
Chelan, WA, 98816

Open all year

Contact

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Facility

Type: Public Park

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 163
Site length: 60
Max length: 60
Paved sites: 163
Pull-thru size: 30 x 60
Pull-thrus: 10
Back-in size: 30 x 60
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 163
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
RV wash: self-service

Swimming
Lake
Body of water: Lake Chelan
Playground
Horseshoes
Playground
Horseshoes
Fishing
Boat marina
Boat rentals
Boat ramp
Boat marina
Boat rentals
Boat ramp

3 (2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Facility
3
Restroom
4
Appeal
3.5
What is being rated?
3 3 out of 5 stars 06/22/2017

This place is very large, over 100 sites I believe, that being said its BUSY. They have good shade and the sites with tent pads are nice sandy and good sized. The restrooms seem to clean and cared for, although they are small for the large size of the park. Everything worked but the internet was weak and didn't work all that great unless you are near the entrance. The Park is veiled in many, many rules. I was was chased down by the camp host and accused of not picking up after my dog. (which was... Read More

This place is very large, over 100 sites I believe, that being said its BUSY. They have good shade and the sites with tent pads are nice sandy and good sized. The restrooms seem to clean and cared for, although they are small for the large size of the park. Everything worked but the internet was weak and didn't work all that great unless you are near the entrance. The Park is veiled in many, many rules. I was was chased down by the camp host and accused of not picking up after my dog. (which was not true, btw). There are weekends they don't allow pets at all, so be sure to check with them on that if you travel with pets. There is no overflow parking. you have to pay to park in the public pay lot next to the campground. 10 dollars per day. They allow 4 people per site and its 10 dollars for each additional person. They give you a mowing and water schedule upon arrival, which is nice that way you know when to move things that may be in the way. you are pretty much right in town so you can walk to many things. On off season, spring, early summer or fall would be the best time to stay here.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 02/15/2016

We've stayed at various spots in the park the last three years during peak summer times. We have a condo that our kids' families max out so grandma and grandpa stay in the RV Park--much quieter at night. Water, sewer, elec, cable have always worked and the spots are average size. The majority of pads have tree shade in morning or afternoon. Northerly ends of rows are very close to restrooms so keep that in mind. The internet is misleading, as it's only available next to the office where you... Read More

We've stayed at various spots in the park the last three years during peak summer times. We have a condo that our kids' families max out so grandma and grandpa stay in the RV Park--much quieter at night. Water, sewer, elec, cable have always worked and the spots are average size. The majority of pads have tree shade in morning or afternoon. Northerly ends of rows are very close to restrooms so keep that in mind. The internet is misleading, as it's only available next to the office where you enter the park. The enployees are helpful for the most part, but this park is extremely busy during the summer as it is close to the lake and Lakeshore park. As in any public park there are those who push the noise limits. One summer we were next to a family with a big toyhauler that projected movies on the rear end of their rig. They couldn't start until 9PM, and so ran past the night noise restriction, but with so many children engrossed in Wreck It Ralph it was difficult to complain and so we didn't. The park is not elegant, but is a nice stop and conveniently located. They are currently implementing a new online reservation system that needs a lot of refinement.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 06/22/2017

This place is very large, over 100 sites I believe, that being said its BUSY. They have good shade and the sites with tent pads are nice sandy and good sized. The restrooms seem to clean and cared for, although they are small for the large size of the park. Everything worked but the internet was weak and didn't work all that great unless you are near the entrance. The Park is veiled in many, many rules. I was was chased down by the camp host and accused of not picking up after my dog. (which was... Read More

This place is very large, over 100 sites I believe, that being said its BUSY. They have good shade and the sites with tent pads are nice sandy and good sized. The restrooms seem to clean and cared for, although they are small for the large size of the park. Everything worked but the internet was weak and didn't work all that great unless you are near the entrance. The Park is veiled in many, many rules. I was was chased down by the camp host and accused of not picking up after my dog. (which was not true, btw). There are weekends they don't allow pets at all, so be sure to check with them on that if you travel with pets. There is no overflow parking. you have to pay to park in the public pay lot next to the campground. 10 dollars per day. They allow 4 people per site and its 10 dollars for each additional person. They give you a mowing and water schedule upon arrival, which is nice that way you know when to move things that may be in the way. you are pretty much right in town so you can walk to many things. On off season, spring, early summer or fall would be the best time to stay here.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 02/15/2016

We've stayed at various spots in the park the last three years during peak summer times. We have a condo that our kids' families max out so grandma and grandpa stay in the RV Park--much quieter at night. Water, sewer, elec, cable have always worked and the spots are average size. The majority of pads have tree shade in morning or afternoon. Northerly ends of rows are very close to restrooms so keep that in mind. The internet is misleading, as it's only available next to the office where you... Read More

We've stayed at various spots in the park the last three years during peak summer times. We have a condo that our kids' families max out so grandma and grandpa stay in the RV Park--much quieter at night. Water, sewer, elec, cable have always worked and the spots are average size. The majority of pads have tree shade in morning or afternoon. Northerly ends of rows are very close to restrooms so keep that in mind. The internet is misleading, as it's only available next to the office where you enter the park. The enployees are helpful for the most part, but this park is extremely busy during the summer as it is close to the lake and Lakeshore park. As in any public park there are those who push the noise limits. One summer we were next to a family with a big toyhauler that projected movies on the rear end of their rig. They couldn't start until 9PM, and so ran past the night noise restriction, but with so many children engrossed in Wreck It Ralph it was difficult to complain and so we didn't. The park is not elegant, but is a nice stop and conveniently located. They are currently implementing a new online reservation system that needs a lot of refinement.
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619 W Manson Hwy, Chelan, WA 98816
Coordinates: 47.844840, -120.024400
Elevation:

Directions
From W Jct of US-Alt 97A & SR 150: Go 1/2 mi NW on SR 150/Manson Rd (L) Note: No dogs are allowed in park Memorial Day weekend and from July 1st thru Labor Day.

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