Marymoor Park, a county-owned facility near Redmond, Wash., will host up to 13 recreational vehicles a night under a yearlong pilot project designed to offset budget shortfalls, according to the Seattle Times.
King County started the program this week as part of its entrepreneurial approach to running parks as a way to bring in additional income, spokeswoman Brooke Bascom said.
If the plan proves to be profitable, county officials will look to make RVs permanent in the park.
According to the Times, sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis for $20 a night and $10 per additional vehicle. There are no water, sewer or electric hookups and tent camping will not be allowed. A county ordinance limits the maximum stay to seven days.
Marymoor is the third county park in the Redmond area to offer RV camping. Earlier this year, two other county parks installed full water and electric hookups.