We stayed in Site # 77 it is a pull through with Full hook up, big & semi private. The lake is across t he street which the parking area can fill up quick. The boat launch is a zoo on the weekends there's is a long line to launch & take you boat out. During the week not so bad. We had cell service yet some WIFI (which is in the truck) so when the truck was running we had Wifi. We had a few baby deer in the campground always a pleasure.
The camp hosts sell firewood
The lake is big & beautiful with great views of Mt Rainier. Good fishing and we found a lot of Lures on old tree stumps and along the shore while kayaking. There are a lot of motorboats with them pulling tubes and some that don't care if they swamp you or not. We saw several folks launch their boat & primitive camp.
Mt. Rainier is amazing we enjoyed going into the park many times checking it all out. On the way to Mt. Rainier you pass a places called Ex-Nihilo Metal Sculpture Park which the guy dose a great job on big sculptures. Donations welcome keeps him building more.
We went to the grove of the Patriarchs with trees over 1000 years old. Big Pines, cedars & Dougless firs.
Beautiful area, nice campground.