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Stayed one night in this campground right off the road on my way back to Portland from Astoria. Apparently there is a transient camp up the road a bit and there are lots of cars coming through the site at all hours of the night. At 3am heard a loud fight or party, couldn't tell which. Felt…
Beautiful view, hosts very nice people. They will help take your things to your site. Island is lovely to walk around, our site had beach access. Site to reserve has pictures. Will definitely return!
The park is in a beautiful location (right on a river) and staff is very nice. Cons: over half the park live there (and a couple residents were interesting…) and the highway noise is loud all night.
Love this campground! We go every couple of years for a family campout at the coast. The beach here is beautiful and we've always had a good experience in the campground. Some sites are better than others and we've had trouble with wind in certain loops, but overall it's been a fantastic…
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We were traveling through Washington on a busy holiday weekend - without campground reservations. There were virtually no boondocking opportunities on this part of our route - plenty of forest, but also lots of gates and “no trespassing” signs. We had just driven through the little town of South…
Stayed here over Memorial weekend. It was free to stay, you just have to have a reservation to stay.
THis is a DNR campground, so it has nothing but outhouses. There is a hand pump for water, but it has a sign that says the water is not potable.
We were in site #5, it was a bit…
We decided to try our luck looking for a last minute campsite on a holiday weekend. After several stops, we stumbled across this campground and happily discovered that they had spaces available.
We agreed to reserve the available tent site for the weekend sight unseen and we have been so…
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Tucked away with very little traffic on a May Friday night. Lots of barking dogs in proximity to the sites which can be heard all night
May 2021. COVID restrictions were dropped for this park so ever full hook up camping spot was full this trip and only 4 feet between camps. So, as you can tell from my writing this was really close together camping. Our spot was#45 which was a back-in camp. There was enough room for our awning to…
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I love Seaquest for their beautiful campsites and the proximity to a wonderful forest to bathe in. But don't go for the RV sites, which are laid out in a parking lot setting with no real distance from neighbors and not surrounded by trees. Unless that's your jam. It was definitely not ours, tent…
When we got close there were “no trespassing” and “private property” signs on the road. It seems either the coordinates are off or this camp area no longer exists.
Park is mostly open and has multiple camp hosts. Bathrooms are clean but not all are open. Close to the North Jetty and beach. It’s a larger camp ground but noise level wasn’t bad. Would definitely stay again!
Camp Rilea has full hook ups, but they are back in only. They also have a shower/bathroom facility. The campground is beautiful and quiet. The only caviat is that you must have military ID to utilize the campground.
Had a great time here, the sites were spaced out and private. It was a bit noisy being by the road, but there are spots farther away that would be a lot quieter. Went paddle boarding nearby in a great lake and took the time to drive up to Mt. St. Helens.
It was one of the best camping spots we've been to. There was a lot of hiking trails a lake for swimming and fishing and far enough away from the city that you didn't hear any of the noise or have any of the lights from the city impeding on stargazing! We had a great time!
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