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This park is more for full time living. Not much to do here. The Columbia River is across the street but there is no access because there is a yacht club, it's fenced around.
The rv campground accommodates 5 spots, which is nice, though spots are relatively close to one another. Unfortunately, between the sites and the river is a train track, with trains going by about every 20 minutes. It did not bother us too much during the night, but very noticeable during the day…
Definitely not upscale which can be a good thing. Friendly folks in the office and on the phone. Stayed Memorial Day weekend in a site along the Lewis River. Somewhat small sites, but not overly so. Restrooms were fairly clean, but some accumulation of leaves and dirt dragged in on shoes, Small…
Tent area is separate from RVs and it has lots of privacy. Camp host is very sweet, he brought fire wood to my tent. Nice trails and lake, nice bathroom/shower. It is about 100 yard walk through forested trail to showers and you can't park your car in your tent camp but it is small so the parking…
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…
averagely managed restrooms
40miles of paved biking trails
peaceful and quiet!
This is a popular, reservable campground at Mt Rainier. There are 5 loops with A loop and R(Road) loops not reservable. There is a fancy electronic iron ranger at the ranger station(something the rangers want you to use even when they are in their booth and clearly able to handle reservations). I…
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The establishment is Beautiful the place looks like a picture from a magazine. Great area for family events bdays, weddings, & family gatherings. The staff are a added bonus.. helpful friendly & kind The place is right off the highway but you don't hear allot of the traffic noise, they…
Another great trip to our local campground. Had a great time. Ranger love is very nice. (Along with the rest)
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Our family had a great time at Harmony Lake. The staff was helpful and the prices are reasonable. The park is clean and most of the sites have large trees around them.
We are a professional late 50s / early 60s couple new to the van life, and not RV-oriented, so we are a little careful about choosing sites with adequate peacefulness, space and privacy. Cougar is a relaxed campground worthwhile as a base camp for the south side of Mt St Helens and its great lava…
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
Beacon rock main campground is pretty great! You have miles and miles of hiking which lead to a waterfall you can hop in and beacon rock. The sites at the main campground will cost $30 a night and there are around 20 spots. The spots are pretty close together and it definitely would not be ideal…
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Flat paved ground, large area to run around and/or fish!
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Flat gravel for most part, steps away from the Columbia River, decent space between sites with good shade depending on your site. Only reason for 4 starts is because the water is dirty. It's brownish and smells like metal. Make sure to bring your own fresh water.
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