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Waterloo Park

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Oak Harbor, WA

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  • Max Rig Size

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    45+ (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    8

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    5

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    Yes

Pets welcome make sure to clean up after them, slide outs allowed on all sites. We have sites for <30ft to 60 ft>. We have 3 sites with shade for now and trees and 5 other sites open to sun full time 8am – 9pm for solar panels. Outdoor cooking allowed; island is in a burn band so no open campfires. Generators allowed from 7am-9pm. Back open areas 6am-10pm. Property has been cleaned up. Google map shows pictures from 3 years ago and does not show our true location so use GPS or phone driving detections. We are 2 mins from Walmart and 3 mins to downtown less that 2 miles. Right next to hw20. Can’t miss us. Back ½ of the 5 acres has a great view of the Olympic mountains. We are about 2 mins from the east beach and about 10 mins to the west beach on the island. Max 5 nights per stay. If you want to stay longer will depend on if we have any open sites. We are still working the property building sites. We have wildlife on the property time to time.

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Pets Welcome

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Water Hookup

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Generators Allowed

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

as long as you follow the city rules we are good. No loud music after 10pm. check in and out we can work with you on it if you check in at 9am you have until 9am the next day to check out. 24 hours again we will work with you.

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Location

Property is 5 acres and can turn around on the property. parking can hold 1 45 foot and next to it picnic tables and parking for tow vehicle.

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Dirt

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Laura__T

    4 months ago

    I stayed here in August but am just writing my review. There weren’t any reviews when I stayed here but there are now and I agree with what they said. The coordinates on the post are not accurate. After driving around, I had to go back in town to have cell service to message the host for the address. Once I had the address I passed the entrance as I didn’t think that could be the place. The road past is tight and if in a bigger rig, that might’ve been an issue. I was able to turn around and make my way back to the entrance. By then it was getting late and I was tired and hungry. I pulled in to spot 1. As others have said it’s a business. I didn’t meet anyone that evening but I too heard the loud motorcycle depart. Early (for me) in the morning the place was a bustling, noisy place.

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    RAMACK626

    4 months ago

    This place is a trip. First of all, my GPS sent me to the other side of the highway, where there is nothing. Then I drove right past it at least twice. It looked like an old junkyard, with 11 mailboxes in a row in front of it. One was 1011, which was correct, but I saw no indication of which of the scattered abodes on the adjacent dirt roads matched up with that number. Finally, I deduced that this one closest to the Highway was actually it. I walked in and looked around. A detached fifth-wheel camper stood in the corner to my right, but nobody was in sight. After a couple of minutes, I heard a voice and a slender, fit man on his phone walked out from behind a storage pod. When I told him that I was, I thought, his HH guest for the night, one of the first things he asked, rather ominously, was, “Did you Google the place?” He — I don’t think I ever got his name, so I will call him Dana — filled me in on the history of the property, which was far more interesting than I would have thought. And darker. I’ll let him tell you if you go there. Long story short, they are in the middle of what I can best described as a rescue project for an abused property. A fairly noble purpose, I suppose, even if it is a money-making venture. Anyway, I saw 3 areas designated as sites, and it seems like there is room for more as they progress with their plans. The camper was in #2, so I took #1, across from it. The fencing beside it was classic junkyard style: old sections of wire grid, palettes, tree trunks and sheet metal holding it together. I had a picnic table, pretty level ground, and plenty of space. I also had the entire property to myself once Dana finished up his work in the metal barn, got on his Harley and left at dusk. Nobody ever showed up at site #2. You could call it rustic and peaceful, or you could call it spooky, depending on how your imagination runs. Personally, I liked it. It’s lack of what most people would call character, actually was its character.

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    MrBob567

    5 months ago

    This is not somebody's home but a company's workshop site that is being used to gain additional income. They list 5 nights availability but charge you after the first night which is totally against Boondockers Welcome policy. The site has multiple vehicles, industrial apparatus, materials and just general trash that made parking difficult. Only one site was accessible. The available water was just a dirty garden hose and clearly not a drinksafe product. I couldn't access the tap to use my own hose as it was locked within a shed. It was too late to find another place, so we decided to stay the one night. Big Mistake! At 2:30 in the morning the hosts came in with their loud Harley motorcycles and then proceeded to move their company vehicle and trailer into their shop building.

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    LivLifeFully

    5 months ago

    I actually did not stay at Waterloo Estates. I found the site and talked to a person there but decided it was not for me. There is no apparent signage. People milling about a large barn were not welcoming. One parking site marked Site #1 immediately adjacent to and at the front entrance of the barn. Much random equipment strewn around. I communicated my concerns to the host and did not get any response.

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