Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Chehalis, Washington

We are on our way to Seaside, Or. and could have made it in one day but decided to take it easy and make an overnight stop at Chehalis, Washington. It was an easy drive of about 170 miles. We anticipated congestion through Seattle but it was not bad at all. The express lanes on I-5 are nice for avoiding avoiding on and off traffic and make driving an RV through easier. We stopped for fuel at the Flying J in Tacoma and made it here early in the afternoon.

We are at the Chehalis Thousand Trails Park. We have now been at most of the Thousand Trails Parks and wanted to see this one which the distinction of being the oldest. It is another very wooded park. The sites are large and the woods make them seem more private . It is a bit easier than La Conner to drive around in a big RV. It has a fair number of amenities including hot tub, 2 pools, 2 tennis/pickelball courts, a large dog run area and a limited exercise room.

Both Mount Ranier and Mount St. Helen's are visible in parts of the park.

Mount Ranier going down the road to the park.

Mount St Helen from the campground.

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