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Quite and peaceful. Lots of shopping nearby. Monthly rates are spectacular.
Found an opening here on a July weekend when everything else on the coast was booked. This is a super cute place with vintage RVs for rent. I suggest doing that instead of bringing your own rig. The sites are super close to one another and my neighbor appeared to be a long-term resident. They were…
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We arrived late after leaving Portland for Mt Rainier. We stayed in a tent site right on the main road. Cars started going by early in the morning (Friday). Had a beautiful morning walk through the old growth forest before packing up and heading to the National Park. We had water, but the bathroom…
everything was easy, clean and quiet. the owners are so nice and helpful and it is close to everything! you can walk to breakfast or the beach! loved it here
My boyfriend and I stayed there for 11 days, every thing about our stay was amazing. We checked out everything about it. Pool, showers, mini golf, the trails, the club houses to laundry room! There was nothing about it, that we did not like. We were actually sad to go!
Clean, fishing, paved and flat. Well run & maintained.
This small, private campground located just SW of Mt Rainier NP is owned and managed by Brian and Tom, a very friendly and caring couple. The campground is immaculately maintained and they are gradually working on expanding a few more sites. It is only open late spring thru early fall, and…
Nice boat launch, beautiful lake, lots of deer, friendly staff
We stayed at Alder Lake campground in a water and electric hookup site. The campsites are partly shaded with grass. The pad is paved but ours was not at all level. The bathrooms are very nice. They charge a nominal fee for the showers but they have great water pressure and hot water. A lovely lake…
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A bit disappointed by this place. A bit oversold. Looks better on paper. Kind of a jack of all trades master of none type of place. There are rv sites which are nowhere near as big as advertised. They do have full hookups. WiFi is worthless unless you go to the lodge. They give the wrong info for…
This campground is located just off of I-5 in Olympia, WA. Privately owned and very nice. Large sites, many with hookups for RVs. Pets are welcome. You can hear some road noise but it’s generally quiet. Lots of trees, sites are roomy and clean. Camp owners are extremely kind and do a wonderful job…
Very pleasant campground. We had our choice of campsites, near hiking trails and the creek. The road wasn't too rough to get there, and we were able to park nearby. What more do you need?
Under new ownership so we thought we would give them a try! They have spruced it up and are working everyday on making it even better! The new owners are pleasant and we will definitely be back!
Our site was right next to the porta potty and really smelled. It was very loud. Lots of campers with crying babies and barking dogs. We stayed because it had a pool that ended up being closed. At night you can hear loud cars on the nearby highway. At 4 am the crows start cawing.
Here is an update. There is a security issue at this park. We had a grill stolen. The park provides no security at all
We made reservations at the last minute. We are on a trial of the thousand trails program.. if I was paying for this program I would be pissed.8
We spent a number of minutes…