By Nate Holmberg
The call of the open road. The thrill of exploring what’s around the next bend. Meeting new people or going places you’ve never gone. RV owners live to take the long way home. Modern RVs allow us to travel in comfort, style and convenience. But whether you have arrived at your destination or are just stopping for the night, many RV parks leave much to be desired.
Enter Eagle RV Park. Owned by the Chehalis Tribe, the Eagle RV Park offers every conceivable amenity RV owners could possibly dream about. Built to accommodate up to a 40’ Class A RV with a car in tow, the Eagle RV park is capable of housing your house on wheels. The park contains 34 spots, 16 pull through sites and 18 back in sites. Each spot includes water and power hook ups. The power hooks ups offer several options, 30amp, 50amp and 110V. The park also boasts free high speed Wi-Fi and a septic dump station for those who booked a stay.
But those are things you can find at many RV parks. The Eagle RV Park really shines when you consider the small details. Is your favorite travelling companion of the canine variety? The park has pet friendly grassy areas for Rover to enjoy. Thinking about partaking of an outside picnic during your stay? Don’t let the Washington weather rain on your parade; enjoy the park’s covered tables and benches. Need to refill before hitting the road again? Check out the End of the Trail Shell station just across from the park. Interested in visiting the Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel a mile away? Just dial the number on the kiosk and casino security will be there to pick you up!
Speaking of the casino, what is an RV park without destinations to visit? The Lucky Eagle has over 1000 slot machines to play, live entertainment and several top quality eateries. Just 30 minutes from the Washington coast, the Eagle RV Park also makes a great stop on your way to, or back from, the beaches. We Washingtonians take great pride in the beauty and condition of our forests, lakes and mountains. The RV park is located in a centralized spot, allowing you to choose between several natural wonders in the area to visit. From Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens to the Olympic Peninsula, you’re less than a half a day from all the best sights.
For RV owners, the Eagle RV Park offers the pinnacle of excellence in accommodations. For the Chehalis Tribe, the park serves as an economic pillar that helps support the community. It creates jobs and boosts tourism, aids with school funding for tribal families and provides funds for the construction of community centers. Thanks to visitors who stay at the Eagle RV Park, more local kids will have better educations.
But how do you book a stay? What does it cost and are there any deals or coupons? Booking a stay at the park is easy. Just call 866-955-8189. All spots cost $25 and if the RV Park is full, you can park at one of the 9 back in spots located near the Lucky Eagle Hotel. As far as promotions go, booking at least 5 nights in one reservation will net you a discount. If you are a Premier or Elite Players Club member at the Lucky Eagle Casino, you are also eligible for some rebates.
Whether you’re looking for a good buffet and some card tables or the peace and serenity of the Washington coast, the Eagle RV Park makes a great home base for your adventure. The next time you hear those back roads calling out your name, be sure to give the Chehalis Tribe’s RV Park a try.