K/M Travel Inn Resort
Nestled in the beautiful Pacific Northwest between Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean, Travel Inn Resort offers you an array of outdoor recreation for the whole family. Salmon, tuna, steelhead, and trout are abundant in the saltwater and freshwater rivers and streams. The nearby mountains are great for hiking, and the surrounding wooded area affords an opportunity to see game birds, deer, and elk. The day you choose to go to the ocean beaches, stop along the way at Montesano, the birthplace of commercial forestry’s tree-farm industry. Near Montesano you can see the following: the 200,000 Clemons Tree Farm, Lake Sylvia State Park (home of the county’s first sawmill and a working forest), exhibits depicting the history of the forest product industry at the Chehalis Valley Historical Museum (open weekend afternoons), and indoor murals of the area’s history at the Grays Harbor County Court House.
Amenities The resort has a clubhouse, heated outdoor pool, shuffleboard, playground, picnic area, horseshoes, basketball, volleyball, and arcade game room. Dump station.
More Info Closer to the ocean and located at the eastern end of Grays Harbor is Aberdeen, another city actively involved in the lumber industry. In the northern part of the city named for its Scottish counterpart, you’ll want to drive past the beautiful Victorian homes. Visit the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport to see the shipbuilding exhibits and a replica of the ship Capt. Gray sailed when he explored the Northwest coast. Also of interest in Aberdeen are the antique furnishings and firefighting equipment at the Aberdeen Museum of History. You can take a guided tour of the Aberdeen Trout Hatchery where more fish are artificially spawned and raised. To the east of the resort is the small city of Olympia that has the distinction of being the state capital of Washington. Be sure to visit the Capitol Campus to see the 267-foot tall Washington Capitol Building, the fifth tallest all-masonry domed building in the world. State Capital Museum, on 21st Street, is in an Italian Renaissance revival 32-room mansion that houses historical state government documents and photographs and features exhibits pertaining to the Mt. St. Helens volcanic eruption.
- Open year-round
- High-Use Seasonal Period: June 1 through September 30
- Sites: 134 Full
- Check-in: 9 AM to 8 PM
- Maximum Electrical: 30/50 amps
- Maximum RV Length: Any Length.
- RV sites only.