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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…
Sites are decent not great. Listening to the river was nice. Very quiet for my stay just the way I like it. Vault toilets are well ICK but it is what it is. Vicks under the nose for the win. Trail to falls is paved and shady. I'll be back with a better site in my sights next time. All sights are…
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.
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.
Close enough to home but far enough to be away. Great area close to another of trails. A little E close to very active train. Just make sure you look for a site away from track. Not a flat campground, electric bikes would be nice.
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We are full-timers in a 36 ft Class A with a Cherokee Trailhawk tow. We were visiting family in the Vancouver and the CG is only about 20 minutes away. The CG is clean and well cared for, but as mentioned previously, most of the water/electric sites are only about 100 yards from I-5 and there is a…
Beautiful campground at the foot of Mount Rainier. Lots of great site options. Great tasting water and lots of restrooms. It is unfortunate that there aren’t any showers. There were also a lot of closed sites closed due to falling tree danger.
Got really rude with my husband and i
Nice campground, pretty trees and river access. Freeway noise and trains make it a bit noisy, but for a one night travel stop it’s just fine.
I love this campground it’s about 40 minutes from Portland and is a perfect retreat from the city life; that being said there is no cell service whatsoever. There’s lots of trails and a couple bathrooms. The spots are nice especially on the B loop but too close together for my liking. Other than…
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My boyfriend and I came here with three of our dogs. It was easy to access the camp. We came on a Wednesday so we didn’t need to reserve ahead of time - there were plenty of empty spaces. We stayed in site 2 close to the bathrooms. Very well organized and the campsites feel private thanks to the…
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
The campground is super quiet and allows you to get away from it all. There are no services and no cell phone reception so come expecting that. The roads are rough as you cross into the National Park so watch your speed especially with a trailer. The site has a great trail that provides access to…
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Loved this camp. Nice spacing, lots of trees. Well-stocked store. Loved the hot tub and showers! Great location for exploring the Gorge.
There are 2 really nice, paved hiking trails. Both are about .5 miles, which is really nice for families with small kids. Perfect for keeping our kids engaged as we try and get them more comfortable with longer hikes. There are 2 swimming spots along the Cascade Streamwatch trail.
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