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Pretty strenuous hike with gear but worth every step. Lots of waterfalls on the ascent and the basin has epic views. Enjoy if you go
I stayed two nights. Did the Botany Hike. Very educational, but not overwhelming.
We stayed here for a couple of nights using it as a base for hiking. It’s good for that but what’s really great is the access to Baker Lake. Bring your paddle board or kayak as this CG has good access into the lake. For us it was a cold plunge after long hot hiking days. The camp host was very nice…
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Camp clean and serviceable but boring for geezers. The access to North Cascades Hwy is great. Can follow Skagit River, but Pass closed summer of 2021. Spectacular scenery E. of camp.
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This isn’t exactly a campsite, more so a spot people end up camping at, before a long hike. The hike up to the site was very simple and easy and the actual hike itself was beautiful. It was annoying that we had to hike up to the site itself, but it isn’t too long about an hour and a half. Overall,…
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Great RV sites in the trees and out in the open. The sites in the trees on the lower loop have full hookups. The upper loop is smaller sites more for tents and small RV's. No power or sewer on the upper loop and the water spigots are shared between sites. The little burger shack is good but…
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Beautiful area with lots to do. Electric, water hookups with sewage dump on the way out. Campsites are not level and can be a tight fit between trees. Lots of different beach trails & bike paths. Whale watching excursions nearby. Cell service spotty.
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I like Fort Ebey a lot. The campsites are generally large and well separated by foliage, even in winter.
There are great hiking and mountain biking trails through forest, ocean views and beach access, and it's also fun to explore the old WWII facilities. Bring flashlights.
There was only one site available when i was looking for a site (looking in June for August trip). Coming to the campground, i saw that at least 2 sites were unoccupied, so people didn’t show up. I would recommend if they sent a reminder email because people do forget, especially when booking…
Absolutely beautiful sites both near and almost at the beach. Some say that the beachside sites can be windy. We had a beachside RV site without any issues. The tent sites are tucked into the woods.
Great private camp spot. There are several large sites each with picnic table and fire pit. Clean composting toilet. Play area for kids as well as a game shack with lawn games and teather ball. Amazing trail system on the ridge behind the camp area with about 2- 3 miles worth of trail. Lots or…
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Drunk Squatter raising hell all hours of the day and night. Invades your campgrounds. Don't engage if you want any privacy at all. People burning fires during a burn ban.. fire department seemed not to care.. County refuses to do anything. Homeless guy in maroon van fighting with others over…
What a lovely campground! There’s a day use area with a bathroom and picnic tables right before entering into the campground. This place allows you to pay to park in the lots for $15/night if you are occupying it which is nice when the campground is full. There’s trash bins located throughout the…
We almost left after pulling into the campground once we saw how unkept the host spots were. Seemed a little run down. The bathrooms were a little dirty but still useable. We were lucky to get a spot on the river, otherwise we would have been right next to the highway with the tweakers walking by…
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Clean restroom, nice RV spot's, peaceful sound of the river.
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