Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park
Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

Evergreen Coho Escapees RV Park

STARS: 4 out of 5

EVERGREEN COHO SKP (ESCAPEES) RV PARK, PORT HANDLOCK, NEAR PORT TOWNSEND AND ANDERSON LAKE STATE PARK: GPS 48.0227° N, 122.7865° W

Overall, I like Escapees parks. They are often void of trees and interesting terrain, but they always seem to have nice people working there and nice people camped there. This one is the best I've been to, so I definitely am a fan. 

They have cheap laundry with a lot of washers and dryers that are nice. $1.50 for wash, and 50 cents will dry your clothes.

Bathrooms are clean and well cared for, though nothing special.

The site was easy to get in. It was a pull through will full hook ups, although it was only 30 amps (there was no 50 amp in the park). There was no fire pit or table, though.

The long-term leaseholder sites were particularly nice (I don't know if they have 50 amp. I just know the guest sites do not). The long-term ones have nice storage sheds and nice sites.

They had a cute dog park. It had grass, a covered place to sit, a toy box, and generally was a nice place to let our dog romp. It was tucked in the trees, too, which was nice.

Verizon was good, as was AT&T.