Sidney Park is modern RV Park designed specifically for guests seeking a residential, community feeling. Sidney Park is located within 10 miles of 2 ferry terminals serving Seattle, with one-way trip time of less than 1 hour.
The closest is the Southworth ferry terminals 6 miles directly to the east, offering a quick jaunt to Vashon Island and non-stop routes to the Fauntleroy ferry terminal in West Seattle. Riding on the Washington State ferries, whether you walk on, take your bicycle,motorcycle, or vehicle – is like an adventure unto itself. Every tourist to Seattle, it seems, posts selfies from the ferry while crossing the Puget Sound, with the downtown Seattle skyline or the majestic Mount Rainier in the distance! All Lots feature landscape and space buffers to neighbors to avoid the sense of crowding. Our onsite Ambassadors will ensure your stay is pleasant. We offer wired high-speed Internet service to each Lot, in addition to private patios. For dog owners, we offer a large off-leash dog park and heated dog wash station to keep your furry friends clean and comfortable.
Sidney Park was designed and built with you in mind.
We want our residents and guests to feel like they are at home.
We know how important communication infrastructure at all times in life, whether used for telecommuting, FaceTime with family, booking reservations for your next adventure, or simply consulting Yelp for a great meal nearby.
"Every lot has access to high-bandwidth Internet access!"
Port Orchard and Kitsap County are less densely populated then the City of Seattle.
Therefore, Sidney Park offers residents and guests proximity and access without the noise, hustle and bustle that go with a strict urban environment.
Sidney, Washington, now known as Port Orchard, Washington, was founded in 1886. Sidney Park is located just a few miles south of the waterfront, commercial district in Port Orchard. Sidney Park was designed for the modern RVer in mind – each spacious Lot contains a private patio and concrete walkway, keeping our guests high and dry even in the liquid sunshine for which the Pacific Northwest is famous.