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We went here for our test run of our RV. Nice quiet area in great forest. Lots of hiking around, if you can find the loop. Electrical only. No water or sewer at the site.
We have been recreating for over 60 years on this lake and none of us ever knew that this was a private Christian campsite that requires you to abide by the scriptures THEY chose. It is one thing to market yourself as a Christian camp, and another to expect other Christians to abide by THEIR…
Close to the city, gorgeous lake..
Cute campground very close to Seattle and Bellevue right on the lake. Beautiful beach area, basketball courts, playground, and volleyball right at the site. Spots are a little tight. Looks like they cater mostly to day use and corporate events during season. But they do take great care of the…
I've stayed here many times over the years. I love how quiet and woodsy it is here. Lots of fun spots along the river to enjoy. The bathrooms were clean and well stocked.
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 were looking forward to a quiet and simple night camping in our little rented self-contained camper van on the last day of a 12-day road trip. We arrived at the end of the road to find the campground closed, so we ended up abandoning our final night and driving home. The campground is pretty,…
Flat paved ground, large area to run around and/or fish!
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I love Seaquest for their beautiful campsites and the proximity to a wonderful forest to bathe in. But don't go for the RV sites, which are laid out in a parking lot setting with no real distance from neighbors and not surrounded by trees. Unless that's your jam. It was definitely not ours, tent…
We used this campground as our base camp for exploring the area. Walk down to the river, play on the field, drive up to Mt St Helens visitor's center.
This is not a typical camping area. It is a private, non-profit, healing retreat focusing on wellness. It started out as a place for people recovering from cancer and their loved ones and healthcare providers. It recently opened to the public while still maintaining a focus on health and…
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This is a great campground with 30 amp hookups in certain loops. No city water hookup, but just filled our fresh water tank. There is a sewer dump outside the campground. Very clean bathrooms and showers.
Had a great time here, the sites were spaced out and private. It was a bit noisy being by the road, but there are spots farther away that would be a lot quieter. Went paddle boarding nearby in a great lake and took the time to drive up to Mt. St. Helens.
Beautiful spot, though tightly packed and crowded/noisy. We stayed in spot 59 on a Saturday night. It was rainy and the fire pit area had plenty of puddles. Lots of folks came in later in the evening with multiple cars and sat out talking; plenty of them packed up and left before 8 am. We walked…
This area is right next to a very busy I-5 interstate freeway. I have NEVER considered it a camping spot, more like a truck stop or something else. It is just a bare spot to park for the night at most.