Gilgal Oasis RV Park – Sequim, WA

Campground and RV Park Reviews |

Gilgal Oasis RV Park appears to be a relatively new and small campground, right in the middle of Sequim. The park has paved pads, however, the pads are sloped so you need to use leveling techniques. Some sites are pull through, some back in. On the “back in” slots, you will be “backed up” against another RV, but there is a wood fence for separation. This campground also offers free DSL! If you don’t have a cable, you pay a $20 refundable deposit to “borrow” a cable. However for me, I had to run the cable through the window on the opposite side of my table where I use my computer, so thus, I had a cable extending across the interior walking area in my RV. The alternative was to use my computer while sitting on the sofa (to prevent the trip hazard). Oh well….

The sites also have phone hookups, but I don’t know whether the connection is “instant” or through the phone company. The restrooms are very clean, and very private! The laundry room is also very clean, and has VCR tapes you can check out for free, as well as a paperback book exchange. If you tow a car, you park the car crosswise in front of your RV (as opposed to a slab next to your RV, like other parks have).

They are wild about lavender here, to include having a LAVENDER hose on the deep sink in the laundry room! Decent cable, about 70 channels.


  1. Been here 4 days. One of the nicest parks we’ve stayed at. The camp “Hosts” were all friendly and helpful. The park is clean and extremely well kept. Definitely a keeper and will stay here on our next trip to the northwest.

  2. I have to agree, we stayed here last year and it\’s a very nice park. The bathrooms sparkle – they are so clean, and the staff is helpful and friendly. They take Passport America Card. My only slight complaint is that the spaces are pretty narrow, but thats a minor fault
    Sequim is a great place to visit with tons to see and do in the area. Don\’t miss the little museum in town, its free!!!Also if you like to hike, Dungenous Spit is a great. You can walk right out to the lighthouse (4.5 miles one way), or just do some of it. (No beachcombing though).


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