Standard (Tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Yurts
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Elkamp Eastcreek

ELKAMP EASTCREEK (formerly EASTCREEK Campground) is a short drive from Seattle or Portland, and the perfect home base for your next Western Cascade get away.

Our park-like grounds are nestled among a cathedral of trees at the foot of Mt. Rainer. Conveniently located just a 15 minute drive to the Nisqually Gate of the Mt. Rainer National Park, this entrance to the National Park is the only park gate remaining open year round assuring you'll find plenty to do regardless of the season.

ELKAMP (the name) was born out of the two words Elevated Camping and has come to define our thoughts and actions daily as it is our mission to ELEVATE THE ART OF CAMPING for our guests. Starting this summer (June 2020) we will begin a multi-year property improvement plan aimed at providing you with a year-round cozy and comfortable camping resort, in spite of the forecast.

In the Fall of 2020 we'll begin hosting a variety of special programs and events aimed at enriching the experience here, so keep an eye on our website for more news from ELKAMP

As the new owners and stewards of this one of a kind property, It's our goal to create the best place possible for you to retreat and commune with nature time and again. We look forward to welcoming you in person.

Price
$30.00 - $50.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
WiFi
+ More
RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Location
Elkamp Eastcreek is located in Washington
Latitude
46.7293 N
Longitude
-122.2185 W
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Directions
From Seattle: Take Interstate 5 south to eastbound Hwy. 18, exit 142. Follow Hwy. 18 to Hwy. 167 southbound to Puyallup, take Hwy. 512 south to the Hwy. 161/Mt. Rainier exit. Head south on 161 past the South Hill Mall. Continue on 161 (also known as Meridian) for approx. 21 miles to Eatonville. Follow the main street to the stop light, turn left and follow this road for approx. 7 miles. At the next stop sign you will see Alder Lake; turn left on Hwy. 7 and travel approx. 7 more miles to Elbe. As you pass through town, turn right on Hwy. 7 and head south over the railroad tracks and bridge toward Mineral. Go 3 miles, turn right on Pleasant Valley Road; go a quarter mile and turn left on Naugle Road. Go to the end of the road and through the large green gate. From Tacoma: Take Interstate 5 south to Hwy. 512 North; go to the Hwy. 7/Mt. Rainier exit. Head south on Hwy. 7 for approx. 34 miles (this will take you through Parkland, Spanaway, LaGrand and Elbe). As you pass through Elbe, turn right on Hwy. 7 and head south over the railroad tracks and bridge toward Mineral. Go 3 miles, turn right on Pleasant Valley Road; go a quarter mile and turn left on Naugle Road. Go to the end of the road and through the large green gate. From Portland: Take Interstate 5 North for approximately 77 miles. Take exit 68 onto US Hwy. 12 East; drive approximately 31 miles to Morton, Turn left onto Second Street and drive for another 15 miles. Turn left at Pleasant Valley Road, then take a slight left on to Naugle Road. Go to the end of the road and through the large green gate.
4 Reviews of Elkamp Eastcreek
Clean, beautiful

Well maintained campground, full hookups and tent sites available. Sites fairly large & private with tons of old trees and right next to a creek. Bathrooms clean. Fire pits and firewood available from hosts. Easy access to Rainier NP. Hosts super nice. Only thing that would make this place better is more substantial picnic tables which were new but kind of rickety. Would camp here again.

Camping in comfort!

This campground is fantastic. Very accommodating owners who are super sweet. I’ve and wood available on site (even delivered to your site). Bathrooms, dish area and showers were super clean and the assorted port a potty’s were also well maintained. Worth every single penny!

Very nice place, quiet and clean campground.

Just another beautiful camp. You can call them at +1 805-434-1996 for reservation. Recently this camp was sold and the new owner Tom and his partner, are just wonderful people ❤

First to Review
Great place

Very clean and quiet a great place to stay to see Mt Rainer. We will be going back and if you go ask for some chocolate chips cookies they are really good