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Posted: 01/04/18 07:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We will be traveling to Seattle, WA from Minnesota, in September 2018, and are looking for a place to keep our 39 ft Class A, while we are staying downtown at a hotel, to attend a work conference. We will not be spending the night in the RV for about 4 days and need a secure, inexpensive place to park. I don't necessarily need electric, as I will be checking things each day. Does anyone have ideas that would be helpful?

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Your title says boondocking but your post indicates storage.

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“Storage” in a boondocking site during September isn’t fair to other campers.


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Lake Pleasant RV Park is popular for RV'ers needing a place to store when taking a cruise.


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rv2go wrote:

Lake Pleasant RV Park is popular for RV'ers needing a place to store when taking a cruise.


I think this would be a great choice.
It's a very low crime area, it's somewhat secluded and under the watchful eye of the other people in the resort.
Someone would really have to go out of their way to bother your rig.


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ScottG wrote:

rv2go wrote:

Lake Pleasant RV Park is popular for RV'ers needing a place to store when taking a cruise.


I think this would be a great choice.
It's a very low crime area, it's somewhat secluded and under the watchful eye of the other people in the resort.
Someone would really have to go out of their way to bother your rig.


x3 Actually camped there but they are know for storage of RV's for cruise etc


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You may also look at the State Fairgrounds in Puyallup. FHU for $30/night. It may be a little far for what you want but we found it doable when we visited the area a few years ago.


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Posted: 01/05/18 07:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There is no boondocking or in-expensive place to leave rig in Seattle area.
What direction are you going after your visit to downtown?


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X2,
Get ready for sticker shock, in King county they have the highest tax's in the state, you have hotel tax, parking tax, food tax added fuel tax, carbine tax,

I believe if they could they would tax the tax ... The further away from King county you get the cheaper it gets, but if your going to drive a car into Seattle get ready to pay thought the noise for parking, last time we were downtown we paid $35.00 for 5 hours an of course tax was included...

Also Washington State has one of the highest gas taxes in the country, all so they can fix the roads which they don't Ugh

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