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- electric and water
- dump station included in fee which was $40/night
*if not camping here, it is $5 to dump
- heavily treed
*about 40 miles from campsite to main visitor center for Mt St Helens *If you want to see Spirit Lake etc, you will want to camp closer to the mountain. From Sequest State…
Spent three nights at Seaquest with the grandkids. Great playground with a cool dirt pile to play on. Nice easy walk through the tunnel to the wetlands. Convenient place for day drives to Ape Cave and Johnston Ridge. Clean restrooms. Well spaced sites.
Went after labor day and the campground was mostly empty. Nice creek for a quick swim. Closes for season in mid Sept.
Site was nice and private, staff was very friendly, and the grounds were pretty clean! A short hike will take you right to the river and there’s plenty of nice trail to explore. If stepping around occasional horse poop isn’t your thing, maybe skip the hike though. Plenty of horses and dogs around.
Got really rude with my husband and i
The clear lake nestled next to the campground is a nice addition with its trails and available activities. The sites have ample trees for people privacy and clean facilities
This is a great rustic campground for horse camping and family oriented. Sites are nice sized, it’s generally peaceful under the large fir trees with just enough canopy to provide shade and for the wood corrals. Trails are in abundance and usually maintained by volunteers and USFS. There is stock…
The group site at Milo McIver is clean and spacious, in the trees and relatively close to the river.
One of our favorite Oregon SPs. In the middle of a mountainous forest with lots of hiking, paved path & mtb biking, disc golf, horse trails and more. Well maintained full hookup sites with 50amp, most 63' long. The park has recently renewed trail signage.
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We've enjoyed previous stays at L.L. Stub Stewart State Park in our tent and in one of the cozy cabins in the past. This time, we stayed overnight in our camper van at the top of the hill in Hares Canyon Horse Camp. Experiencing several of the many long trails on horseback was an unforgettable…
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There are more “beach” spots than there were last year but still difficult to find a spot for the kids to play in the water. You have to get there early an setup you spot. There is a small area right past the boats that we found this year and really like because it’s so small that only we can fit.…
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My friend and I were hiking a bunch of places in the Mt. Margaret Backcountry area and weren’t equipped on this trip for dispersed camping, so this place was great. Really short drive from a bunch of nearby trails. Plenty of maintained camp spots. Flat ground for tents, campfire grill, picnic…
Went with my boyfriend and his dad on the weekend. It was busy but still a nice walk. Not too long.
This would be a fun day trip but camping here was rough. Only porta potty’s, no sink with soap to wash hands, showers cost $6 for 15 mins and it’s a hike to get to them. It’s a beautiful place, but we couldn’t have a camp fire then it rained all day/night soaking our kids tent and sleeping bags.…
Honestly not sure what we were expecting when we stayed here last weekend, but WOW it could be our new favorite. Quiet, secluded, somewhat close (less then two hours from home), and beautiful. Situated on the Pacific Crest Trail, we hiked a bit of it and met a few people who had been hiking for…
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