Enumclaw Expo Center RV Campground

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45224 284th Avenue SouthEast, Enumclaw, WA, 98022

Enumclaw Expo Center RV Campground is located in Enumclaw, Washington, smack dab up against the foothills of Mt. Rainier. OPEN YEAR AROUND, we are a PERFECT location, for your RV, if you are headed for Crystal Mountain. The park sits on a portion of the 72 acres of the King County Fair Grounds, which is administered by the Enumclaw EXPO & Events Association with offices on-site. It features 27 paved campsites that have water and electric hookups and are big rig friendly. The park allows pets and provides free WiFi when available. Since we do not offer sewer hook ups, we are a short term campground. The closest dump station is about one mile away. Besides our nightly rates, we have a discounted weekly rate. (7 nights for the price of 6)

Campsite amenities offered include a playground, picnic tables, and LIMITED fire circles. Campers have access to restrooms and hot showers, on the fair grounds. Visitors can enjoy nearby activities at Crystal Mountain Ski Resort, and hiking trails in Mt Rainier National Park.  The Chinook Scenic Byway (closed in the winter) starts at the edge of Enumclaw and travels up and over Chinook Pass to the eastern side of Washington State. Depending on the time of year you are there, the Expo Center has activities going on, such as King County Fair (July), Wine & Chocolate Festival (February), Annual Craft Festival (November), various dog shows and numerous music festivals. Whether its for a weekend getaway or a simple stop by, we hope to welcome you soon!

 *** All reservations are booked and paid for on line, through Rover Pass booking system.***

Last Updated: 09/18/2021

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Blue Sites $40.00 $240.00 Choose Your Site
Red sites $45.00 $270.00 Choose Your Site
White Sites $35.00 $210.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent Blue Sites $40.00 $240.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Red Sites $45.00 $270.00 Choose Your Site
Tent White Sites $35.00 $210.00 Choose Your Site

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy: ALL cancelled reservations are subject to a $10 Cancellation Fee. Cancellations between a 72 hour and 24 hour notification, are assessed a fee equal to 50% of the first night rental fee, plus the cancellation fee. Reservations canceled within 24 hours or less, of the start of the reservation date, will be assessed a cancellation fee equal to 100% of the rental fees. The Enumclaw Expo Center is not financially responsible for cancellations due to situations beyond our control.

Rules and Regulations

This is not an extended stay facility. Camping is limited to 7 consecutive nights due to future events and reservations. Enumclaw Expo Center reserves the right to ask you to leave at any time and will refund money if needed. Please check with the Camp Host if you plan on staying more than 7 nights. Any extended stay must be approved by Expo Center Management, and an extended agreement signed. Payment for your site rental is required before you stay. Pets are required to be on a leash no longer than eight feet and be under control at all times. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Animal waste may be deposited in garbage cans. ‘Holding’ a campsite is not allowed. Campers have to physically occupy a campsite. Campsites can only be reserved through the Camp Host or Expo Center’s office at 360-226-3493. Check-in Time: 1:00 PM, Check-out Time: 12:00 PM (noon). Early check-ins must be approved by either the Camp Host or the Expo Center Office. Only one RV or trailer and one vehicle (or two tents) and eight people are allowed per site. All open fires must be approved by the Camp Host, except the use of charcoal or propane barbeques. Quiet hours are 10:00 PM to 6:30 AM. Generators can only operate between 8:00 AM and 9:00 PM. Disposal of gray water and sewage is not available at this park. Washing or working on vehicles is prohibited. Nearby dump sites are: 1.21 mi – Ron’s Auto: 435 Griffin Ave, Enumclaw $10 5.48 mi – Buckley Eagles: 29021 State Hwy 410 E, Buckley $10 Donation 9.6 mi – Kanaskat Palmer State Park – 32101 Cumberland Kanasket Rd SE, Ravensdale $5 Open containers of alcohol allowed only within the campsite. All state laws regarding alcohol apply in this park. All sites must maintain a neat and orderly appearance.

Pet Policy

In the Campground: All dogs must be on a leash at all times, and you will be asked to leave if they are not. You must pick up after your pets. We cannot allow any dog that barks constantly, as this will disturb other campers. Please take your dogs with you when you leave your campsite. Dogs cannot be left unattended. Please do not allow your dogs to wander onto or through other campsites. Pet owners are fully responsible for their pets' actions. We only allow maximum one small dog and one Large dog per campsite. Small dog is less than 30 pounds, Large dog is over 30 lbs Although there are no dog breed restrictions at this time, if the camp host or expo staff receive any complaints about aggressive dog behavior, or constant barking, we reserve the right to ask camper to leave without a refund. All pets must be registered at the time of making your reservation.

Fly Over of the RV Park at the Enumclaw EXPO Center

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Community Restrooms

Picnic Table

Water Hookups


Pets Allowed



Fire Pit

Back-in RV Sites

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Pull-Thru RV Sites

Slide Outs

ADA Accessible

Community Showers



Scenic Drives

Beer/Wine Tasting

45224 284th Avenue SouthEast, Enumclaw, WA, 98022
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Crystal Mountain Ski Resort is 38.6 miles via Hwy 410 E and the Chinook Pass Hwy.

Enumclaw has several wine tasting and beer tasting venues.


Overall Rating: 4.2

Eric Carawan

Very clean, well kept and the hosts worked really hard the whole time I was there. The negatives though are no sewer dump and the showers are a car drive away in a different location.

Dyan Jodoin

Nice place, very clean, however no sewer and having to pack up your MotorHome completely for a 5 minute drive to a dumping station means I would not recommend for a long stay. Additionally the Wi-Fi is extremely weak, barely usable. So one night for 45$ with no seeer and bad Wi-Fi isn’t really worth it

Sara Holbrook

Extremely clean & easy access in/out of main road which is nice for large rigs. Centrally located to Snoqualmie Falls and Mt Rainier!! Just wish it was full hookup with sewer.

Craig Porter

It is a clean RV park but thought expensive for no sewer hookup. Camp hosts were very helpful in directing us to a sewer dump though.


Campground was clean and welcoming. Host was pleasant and proximity to fairgrounds was great. Hood for a jump off campspot.

Doug Maas

really well kept, clean and close to town. Little noisy on weekend with all the activities going on, but its at a Fairground so what can we expect. Would return again to explore this area.

Judy Holeman

Quiet and clean during our stay. Sewer hookup would have been nice but I missed that when I booked. Don’t depend on the WiFi. It is non existent. We were there for 6 nights and only in RV approx 4-5 hrs per day and used 90% of data.

Seth Westphal

We enjoyed our stay here. Quiet park and utilities all worked well. One complaint was the camp site was not cleaned prior to our check in. Cigarette butts and a used q-tip were on the ground.

Julie Wolfe-Bohlender

This was our second time at this campground. Very quite, back in spaces have more space. Stayed 3 nights would definitely come back!

R Mcleod

There was no sewer dump at our site, and “wi-fi” was non existent. The wi-fi was a joke couldn’t connect most times, and would not even load a web page when connected. Streaming was out of the question.

R Cumo

We really enjoyed our stay. The camp host was polite and our neighbors were so sweet. We plan on coming back many times. The area is beautiful and quiet. Everyone really respects the quiet in the area. There was plenty of space to walk our dogs. The only rough part was how far the bathrooms/showers were and there is nowhere to off leash your dog.

Marty Doherty

We would stay there again, but would inquire about potentially noisy circumstances. At 8:30am both mornings were were there, a man had his chainsaw going taking out trees right behind our site. Then the rodeo at night was very loud. It isn’t walking distance to downtown Enumclaw but it is walking distance to Charlie’s restaurant, an espresso stand, and a couple of quality food truck. When you make your reservation, you’re selecting a site # in either the Red, White, or Blue rows. It would be helpful if signage indicated either row color or site #. Thankfully it’s a small park, so taking a walk to locate our site number before pulling the rig in was do able.

Kennard Goodman

The campground was pleasant, clean, and quiet.* It's perfect for an event or exploring Enumclaw -- we were there for a wedding -- but it's not a nature wonderland. *It is quiet, but: (1) We woke on Saturday and Sunday mornings to the sound of a chainsaw as a man cut firewood from a large tree that had been felled three sites over. It lasted about an hour or so each day and was a bit annoying, but not terrible. (2) There was a large concert on Saturday night at the Expo Center. We could hear the concert when our A/C wasn't running, and the crowd was noisy when they were leaving the nearby parking lot. Again, not a big deal. My main reason for four stars, instead of five, is because the park has neither sewer hook-ups nor a dump station.

Amands Crocker

First impression is that it is nice and clean. HOWEVER, no events were going on while I stayed There and the 4 nights I stayed We’re completely sleepless due to the insane amount of traffic through there in the middle of the night. Someone building and hammering until midnight and then starting back up at 6 am. NO CAMP HOST ON DUTY. They have a space but the sign said “off duty” the whole time I was there and I never Saw them once. There were a huge group of men allowed to dry camp in some big box trucks and vans right next to my daughter and I (not in the park but the grass next to it) and They kept staring and made us very uncomfortable. Some spaces don’t even allow room for your tip outs while the website asks specific size questions on the reservation to make sure you have a site that fits. All site are small and barely fit my motorhome. I got a site for up to 56’ motorhome and mine is actually 41’ and I BARELY fit and my tip out was in the trees on one side and the blackberry bushes on the other and my picnic table was in a very small shared space with the neighbor so we were too uncomfortable to use it. No privacy at all and did I say LOUD. Mind you. No events were taking place when we stayed. They logged a huge tree just feet behind my motorhome and started cutting it with a chainsaw first thing in the morning too. Cars and cops buzzing through multiple times. Idk. I wanted To like it but I just Couldn’t.

Kathy Du

A great little oasis of an RV park! And close to an affordable golf course! It would be really great if they had sewer hook up! Also, it would be nice if they had a camp host! Nobody is there to monitor at all, but everything seems to go on ok.

Barbara Corso

Great place. Got water in shower, bathrooms clean, camp host very nice and helpful. Lots of trees. Nice neighbors too, quiet and dark at night.


Nice and clean. Very quiet even with the fair going on. Was looking forward to a shower, but not available due to fair. Would be nice if both were noted on reservations site.

Mike Fitzgerald

Unexpectedly beautiful and quiet next to the fair!

Russell Kline

Nice area. Nothing special about campground but quiet with a friendly camp host.

Robert Howard

very nice little park