How do we get there? We are driving a 27' M.H. and towing a small truc
We understand there is camping available on the island. Where and how much and do we need to reserve space?
asked this on September 02, 2011 at 01:32 PM
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When you say island, do you mean the San Juan Islands or Whidbey Island, perhaps? Because Port Townsend is obviously on the Olympic Peninsula. If so, there is a ferry service from Port Townsend to Whidbey's Coupeville. Unfortunately, no ferries for the San Juans; for there, you'll have to depart from Anacortes. One-way fares from Port Townsend to Coupeville look to be about $35 for rigs up to 30 feet in length (you'll have to pay for the tow vehicle plus each passenger, too). On Whidbey, there are a number of RV campgrounds including at Oak Harbor, North Whidbey RV Park (south of the Deception Pass Bridge), and a limited number of slots at Fort Casey State Park near the Coupeville ferry terminal. Let me know if you need additional information!
answered this on September 08, 2011 at 02:16 PM
Answer Butt's question