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We've now stayed at this campground twice. It's a bit unique as half the sites are KOA and half are Thousand Trails, but both sections are serene, well maintained, and peaceful. We use this campground as a jumping off point for kayaking adventures into the North Cascades.
This camp ground had a lot spaces available all with the usual hookups. Felt safe the whole night. This camp ground is also well lit.
Stayed both on tent side and hookup side. Well maintained, clean facilities. Ice cream truck makes the rounds every day. Good use of greenery to keep sites separated, and easy access to the beach from the whole park.
The sites are very private and there is a ton to do here. Hiking, beach, boat tours. We went pre-COVID, so there might be less to do now. In the evening they even had a concert at the outdoor amphitheater. It was one of the best places that we’ve camped. Really great for our kids.
This is one of two campgrounds at Fort Worden, which I find slightly less preferable to the lower (beach) campground. It is a close second though, since it's an easy walk to the beach, and actually offers a nice wooded location. The sites are pretty close together, so you don't get a lot of…
This is a non-motorized water vehicle campground. You have to paddle in to camp here. There are two sides to the campground, separated by a marshy area. We camped in a couple of sites at Prevost Harbor(we were a large group of 12) after hauling our kayaks up into the grass in expectation of a high…
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This place had great communication, great hosts, a very clean bathroom and laundry. Awesome club house too! You can tell it’s a lot of long timers, and the place is pretty small. So I felt like I was annoying my neighbors every time I walked to the club house or shut the door. But other then that…
This nice little campground probably gets overlooked by people heading to Port Townsend or Marrowstone Island, but it’s well worth consideration. There are sites in the woods that are preferable to the more open sites near the day use area, which are very close together. The sites in the wooded…
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Stayed here in early August and the weather was amazing the whole time. Not a lot of privacy at the camp sites, but we spent most of our time walking around the park.
Private group campground with 7 sites. River access. Vault toilet, no water. Road noise during busy times can be a bit much. Beautiful views from camp. No cell service!
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We stayed here Saturday-Sunday in late May. The campground was nice and clean, but the sites were pretty close together. We were able to make it work, even with our dog-reactive dog, though. Recommend campsite 48 as it seemed to be one of the most private ones. The beach was lovely and not at all…
I was really nervous about camping in a new place and being alone, but this was the perfect place to do it.
I spent one night at camp 9 and it was perfect. The creek is definitely a little noisy, but the white noise helped me sleep and I didn’t hear really any noise from the road or my campground…
One outhouse, One dumpster
Decent roomy sites with space and trees between them
Two of us were there in school buses, so medium to big RVs fit
The road is a bit narrow but passable
Paved road to the entrance, Gravel road inside
Next to a nice river
It's a county park and it's sister park…
My wife and I just got away for the day , and it was beautiful. We are going back very soon for a overnight , maybe stay a few nights. We will see how it goes.
Campground is lovely. I loved falling asleep to the sounds of the Strait and waking up to bird songs of all kinds Looks like most sites are fairly spacious and relatively private. The shared areas are very clean.