Glacier Peak Resort and Winery Good Sam Verified Campground

58468 Clark Cabin Rd, Rockport, WA 98283

Good Sam Verified Campground
(2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8.5
Restrooms 10
Appeal 9
(2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
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Address

58468 Clark Cabin Rd
Rockport, WA, 98283

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Campground
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 23
Site length: 45
Max length: 50
Pull-thru size: 20 x 45
Pull-thrus: 8
Back-in size: 21 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 23
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Guest services
Guest services

Swimming
Body of water: Skagit River
Playground
Enclosed game room
Horseshoes
Enclosed game room
Horseshoes
Fishing
Boat ramp
Boat ramp

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing

3 (2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Facility
3
Restroom
4
Appeal
3
What is being rated?
2 2 out of 5 stars 08/07/2020

We camped here with friends in side by side campsites. We both had trailers. Our first impression was that the place was ok, but some of the people who seemed to be living there were a little sketchy. The place looked like it could have been pretty cool at one time, but was now really run down. We planned to just make the best of it, but then had a tree fall right behind our trailer and onto our friends trailer in the next site. Luckily, there were some other trees by their trailer that stopped... Read More

We camped here with friends in side by side campsites. We both had trailers. Our first impression was that the place was ok, but some of the people who seemed to be living there were a little sketchy. The place looked like it could have been pretty cool at one time, but was now really run down. We planned to just make the best of it, but then had a tree fall right behind our trailer and onto our friends trailer in the next site. Luckily, there were some other trees by their trailer that stopped it, but not before it hit, causing some damage to the roof and the cabinets inside. That was totally an accident and we didn't blame the campground for that, however the way they handled it was ridiculous. We had all been right there when it fell, including 2 children (one of whom was actually inside the trailer when the tree hit it). Instead of being accommodating and apologetic, the manager/owner was rude, tried to claim it was only a little bit of cabinet damage and pretty much had the attitude of suck-it-up! There was literally a hole through the roof and you could see daylight. There was rain expected that night and it definitely would have leaked. We wanted to make the best of it and try and salvage the weekend, but when we asked if there was a cabin open, he said nope, we are full (and with a bit of an attitude, mind you). Because of how we were treated and the hole, we decided to leave. They did refund us (as we were only 1 night into a 3 night stay), but when we asked for the parks insurance information, the owner/manager refused to give it to us and got really defensive. He just kept repeating that someone from the insurance company would be calling the following day. (We shall see and will update). Hopefully, our friends get their trailer repaired, but I'm a little worried that there is something going on with this insurance, which apparently has no name.... As we were getting ready to leave, one of the employees wife/girlfriend made a scene throwing things all around outside and yelling. Possibly drunk or something....Not sure exactly what was going on there, but it kinda reinforced the fact that we were making the right decision in getting out of what we will forever refer to as the hillbilly, in-bred campground.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 08/15/2017

This park is recently under new Owner/Mgt. with a lot of updating and improvements going on. The park and cabins have the look of a village with lots of trees, shade and good roads. All RV sites were clean and had full functional hookups including cable. However only 30 Amp service was available (upgrade coming). Overall pleased with my stay and plan on returning. Cons: no general like store avalable close by for esential needs. Also, WI-fi was sporadic and unreliable. I suspect vendor more responsible... Read More

This park is recently under new Owner/Mgt. with a lot of updating and improvements going on. The park and cabins have the look of a village with lots of trees, shade and good roads. All RV sites were clean and had full functional hookups including cable. However only 30 Amp service was available (upgrade coming). Overall pleased with my stay and plan on returning. Cons: no general like store avalable close by for esential needs. Also, WI-fi was sporadic and unreliable. I suspect vendor more responsible than than resort. Entrance and Exit to Hi-Way is on a blind turn and highway is narrow. be careful when pulling out with trailer in tow.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/07/2020

We camped here with friends in side by side campsites. We both had trailers. Our first impression was that the place was ok, but some of the people who seemed to be living there were a little sketchy. The place looked like it could have been pretty cool at one time, but was now really run down. We planned to just make the best of it, but then had a tree fall right behind our trailer and onto our friends trailer in the next site. Luckily, there were some other trees by their trailer that stopped... Read More

We camped here with friends in side by side campsites. We both had trailers. Our first impression was that the place was ok, but some of the people who seemed to be living there were a little sketchy. The place looked like it could have been pretty cool at one time, but was now really run down. We planned to just make the best of it, but then had a tree fall right behind our trailer and onto our friends trailer in the next site. Luckily, there were some other trees by their trailer that stopped it, but not before it hit, causing some damage to the roof and the cabinets inside. That was totally an accident and we didn't blame the campground for that, however the way they handled it was ridiculous. We had all been right there when it fell, including 2 children (one of whom was actually inside the trailer when the tree hit it). Instead of being accommodating and apologetic, the manager/owner was rude, tried to claim it was only a little bit of cabinet damage and pretty much had the attitude of suck-it-up! There was literally a hole through the roof and you could see daylight. There was rain expected that night and it definitely would have leaked. We wanted to make the best of it and try and salvage the weekend, but when we asked if there was a cabin open, he said nope, we are full (and with a bit of an attitude, mind you). Because of how we were treated and the hole, we decided to leave. They did refund us (as we were only 1 night into a 3 night stay), but when we asked for the parks insurance information, the owner/manager refused to give it to us and got really defensive. He just kept repeating that someone from the insurance company would be calling the following day. (We shall see and will update). Hopefully, our friends get their trailer repaired, but I'm a little worried that there is something going on with this insurance, which apparently has no name.... As we were getting ready to leave, one of the employees wife/girlfriend made a scene throwing things all around outside and yelling. Possibly drunk or something....Not sure exactly what was going on there, but it kinda reinforced the fact that we were making the right decision in getting out of what we will forever refer to as the hillbilly, in-bred campground.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 08/15/2017

This park is recently under new Owner/Mgt. with a lot of updating and improvements going on. The park and cabins have the look of a village with lots of trees, shade and good roads. All RV sites were clean and had full functional hookups including cable. However only 30 Amp service was available (upgrade coming). Overall pleased with my stay and plan on returning. Cons: no general like store avalable close by for esential needs. Also, WI-fi was sporadic and unreliable. I suspect vendor more responsible... Read More

This park is recently under new Owner/Mgt. with a lot of updating and improvements going on. The park and cabins have the look of a village with lots of trees, shade and good roads. All RV sites were clean and had full functional hookups including cable. However only 30 Amp service was available (upgrade coming). Overall pleased with my stay and plan on returning. Cons: no general like store avalable close by for esential needs. Also, WI-fi was sporadic and unreliable. I suspect vendor more responsible than than resort. Entrance and Exit to Hi-Way is on a blind turn and highway is narrow. be careful when pulling out with trailer in tow.
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58468 Clark Cabin Rd, Rockport, WA 98283
Coordinates: 48.512114, -121.469978
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of Hwy 20 and WA-530 at Rockport: Go 7 mi E on Hwy 20 (L)

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