Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman, formerly known as Camp Cushman or Lake Cushman State Park, covers over 500 acres with three boat-launch ramps on the 41,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Cushman. Park facilities include over 100 sites including camp sites, RV pull-thru and back-in site, walk-in campsites and two group camping areas. Plus, a fantastic day use area with picnic sites, a picnic shelter, volleyball and three comfort stations located throughout the park. The natural beauty of the area can be explored on any of our over 9 miles of trails that are also mountain bike friendly. The eastern part of the Olympic Peninsula has loads of great trails around us in the Olympic National Park. Trailheads nearby include Big Creek, Mount Rose, Mount Ellinor, Dry Creek, Copper Creek, Wagonwheel Lake, Staircase Rapids, Big Log Camp and Flapjack Lakes. Mount Ellinor trail is rated 5 stars by many.
This is our favorite campground at Lake Cushman. It is owned by the Skokomish Tribe. They keep this campground well maintained and lots of nice amenities, like a designated swimming area and showers.
We pulled in late and there were plenty of sites available on the holiday weekend. The sites were big and had trails to the main trail around the lake. It's a pricy place at $50/night!
This review is for Skokomish Park. Name changed from Cushman? Regardless, this was a wonderful place for a base camp for 5 nights. Easy access to all of Olympic. Gorgeous views! Pristine lake. Rope swing, volleyball courts, hiking trail circles the lake. Waking up to fantastic lake/mountain views every day was beyond words. Family friendly camping and clean hot showers. Would not hesitate to camp there again!
The sites were cramped and there wasn't direct lake access from the campsites.