Conestoga Quarters RV Park is the park with a heart. The rates are very affordable and the folks that run the place make you feel at home. The WiFi is probably the best I’ve ever had at a park. It is conveniently located near a bus stop to town and they have a great dog park. The owner Mike is always improving the park in his free time. The extended stay residents are friendly and have well-kept rigs. This is as much a business is it is a passion project. If you decide to stay at Conestoga you won’t regret it.
I would not stay here, 3/4 of the park are residents. The bathrooms were dirty and often out of toilet paper. The colony of spiders in the shower kept us away and when we informed the owner, she said "oh well spiders live there" They were never cleaned. The grass is dead and the pictures here are old. It is not as advertised
Phillip J Vega
This is really just a trailer park with rigs that have obviously been here a very long time. The owner obviously stopped caring about the condition of this park long ago and it shows. The sites are grass with FHU but the roads are dirt and were slimy with mud and many potholes! The grass had not been cut and was matted down with decaying leaves. The site I am in is not level at all. There is a 2 inches deep by 8 inches long puddle at the base of the electrical post which the owner claims is "fine" and "not a concern." There is WiFi but it is spotty. 1 washer and 1 dryer in the office which he closes at 5:30 ish. The road noise from Hwy 101 is deafening even at night!!!! I would not bring children here. Pets are welcomed. Unless you are absolutely DESPERATE, I wouldn't even bother to stop! There are many other parks in the area. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group
A basic park a few miles outside of Port Angeles. Great base for visiting the Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend and Olympic National Park areas near Hurricane Ridge and Lake Crescent areas. Also close to the ferry that takes visitors to Victoria, BC. The park is small and had 12 pull through FHU sites in the middle of the park for travelers. The outer sites are for seasonal and long term renters. Our center site was about 65 feet long – some were up to 72 feet. The sites are gravel and level. When all the sites were full, it was fairly tight although we still had room for all the slides. We had free WiFi that worked most of the time. There was no antenna reception but the campers with satellites said they got reception. We had a picnic table, although not all sites did. The park had only one washer and one dryer for campers – they were in the office. It was easier for us to use the laundromat in town. The owner was very friendly. Since we were gone all day visiting the sights and towns in the area, it was fine for us. If you wanted to hang around the park much, it would not have been as good a choice. We got a weekly rate and liked the area enough we stayed an additional two days, and the owner gave us a good deal. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group