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We really loved the forest setting of this park. There are great hammock trees at nearly every site. Overall, it's beautiful. The bathrooms were just ok. There's only 1 shower per bathroom, and you have to pay to make it work. One night, the meter in the men's shower was broken, so I had to take…
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This was our first time at Penrose Point State Park. We are so fortunate to have so many State parks along the beaches of the Sound. Penrose Point is located across Carr Inlet from Gig Harbor and Fox Island. There are trails and beaches to explore. Lovely large campsites. No hookups available but…
A bit of a tight squeeze to drive the trailer but the location was nice. Our spot was very uneven but livable. Showers are 25¢ a minute so be prepared. 15 minute walk to a great view of Puget Sound. We would visit again.
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This is my first time using a thousand trails membership so I didn’t know what to expect. The overall campground is nice with almost all of the sites being surrounded by trees or a view of the bay. But I was disappointing to find that the few sites that have a sewer connection were all taken and no…
Great RV sites in the trees and out in the open. The sites in the trees on the lower loop have full hookups. The upper loop is smaller sites more for tents and small RV's. No power or sewer on the upper loop and the water spigots are shared between sites. The little burger shack is good but…
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Beautiful area with lots to do. Electric, water hookups with sewage dump on the way out. Campsites are not level and can be a tight fit between trees. Lots of different beach trails & bike paths. Whale watching excursions nearby. Cell service spotty.
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It’s a nice little place, down on the hood canal, very cozy. We stayed down at a cabin and it was pretty empty, which was nice. The cabin was a bit older, but it has a charm to it, everyone had service there too. I’d recommend bringing a small boat out if you can, sunset on the hood canal was…
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I like Fort Ebey a lot. The campsites are generally large and well separated by foliage, even in winter.
There are great hiking and mountain biking trails through forest, ocean views and beach access, and it's also fun to explore the old WWII facilities. Bring flashlights.
Love this place swimming hiking nature etc
Camped here for 3 nights - it's not a bad campground, but it's just average. Also kind of depends on who's camping around you.
There's a bunch of sites and they're decently spaced out. Privacy is alright, if you can tuck your tent back then you can probably stay out of sight of other…
Absolutely beautiful sites both near and almost at the beach. Some say that the beachside sites can be windy. We had a beachside RV site without any issues. The tent sites are tucked into the woods.
Drunk Squatter raising hell all hours of the day and night. Invades your campgrounds. Don't engage if you want any privacy at all. People burning fires during a burn ban.. fire department seemed not to care.. County refuses to do anything. Homeless guy in maroon van fighting with others over…
Tall old growth forest. The camp spots are all over a hill and valley. Nice water spots and hiking.
Jim creek military campground is beautiful. Scenic views, tons of amenities, spacious RV spaces, very clean, and friendly staff. Great place for families! Boating, kayaking, and hiking on site. Tent, RV, and cabins available.
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We stayed for one night very clean well organized friendly staff and amazing view of the ocean/ river they have bags of ice to buy fair price gas grills for customers to use over all I will stay here if I ever get back to the area