Campsite Review: Riverfront Campground

Campsite Review: Riverfront Campground

Campsite Review: Riverfront Campground — Sedro-Woolley Riverfront RV Park is in northwest Washington about halfway between Seattle and Bellingham. The park is operated by the city of Sedro-Woolley and as the name states the park is along the Skagit River. It is just to the south of the city and part of a developed city park. The park includes picnic areas, ball fields, and river access via a boat launch.

Except for the boat launch, there is no river access for water play or fishing.

The Riverfront Park is the site of the Independence Day Loggerodeo. This festival would have packed the park all weekend, including the RV Park, and would have been the site of the Sedro-Woolley Fireworks display.  Sadly due to the COVID 19 virus social distancing guidelines, every part of the festivities, except the parade was canceled.

Here is our blog post about our stay in Northwest Washington.


Website: Sedro-Woolley Riverfront RV Park

Address: 901 River Rd, Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284

Link to Google Map for the area: Riverfront RV Park

Phone Number/Reservations: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday (360) 855-1661

Dates stayed: June 30 – July 5, 2020

Our site: #12

Price: $25 per night, plus reservation fee.

Hook-ups: 30-amp electric, water. There is a city-operated dumpstation located nearby at 400 Alexander Street.

Cell service: Verizon and AT&T – good signal

Each pull-through site has a shared grassy area, some with a picnic table.


Campsite Review: Riverfront Campground insider info:

Despite the appearance on the satellite view back-in sites, #1 – 8 would offer more privacy than any of the pull-through sites. The design of the pull-through sites is so that they share a common power pole and water hook up.

FoxRVTravel-Campsite Review: Riverside Park
FoxRVTravel-Campsite Review: Riverside Park

We were in site # 12 and had the park almost to ourselves except for the host. A few more people filtered in just before Independence Day.

We had to position the power-pole between our slides to have enough room while we were centered in the spot. All the sites are tight enough that our awning was un-usable due to the location of the tree. It was obvious that the park was designed before RVs had slide outs.

River Road is not frequently used and thus road noise was not an issue.

Layout & Satellite Views

FoxRVTravel-Campsite Review: Riverfront RV Park satellite view
FoxRVTravel-Campsite Review: Riverfront RV Park Satellite View
FoxRVTravel-Campsite Review: Riverfront RV Park campground map
FoxRVTravel-Campsite Review: Riverfront RV Park Campground Map

That is our campsite review of the Riverfront Campground. Here is our link to our interactive map. Campsite Reviews

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