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Clean, well-kept facilities. If you’re hooking up, you’ve got sewer right at the site! Hiking to the top of the plateau is worth it. Tons of little hidden spots along the water to find a place all your own.
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This campground has it all for all types of camping. We stayed in a cabin while our friends stayed in an RV site. By far my favorite camping trip of the summer. Not only are the spaces fairly big for a private campground our spaces have full hooks up including sewer. Also the ability for a boat…
This was our first trip to Sunbanks. Our friends go every year but I never get the time off expect this year. It's a great location right on the lake. You can bring your boat and dock it on their floating docks. It's crowded on holidays so book earlier to get a great spot. The only two complaint I…
Last visited in 2020. New is Wi-Fi. I did remote work off and on. Used to come every year in late summer when water level is low and there are more sand dunes. There's 6 circular FHU loops (back in only), a group camp and cabin loop. In the main campground campsites are well spaced with room in the…
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This is a neat place to explore! The drive in is beautiful, and there are lots of lakes to visit. Deep lake (5 min from camp) is great for kayaking, paddleboarding, and swimming. The main downside of the trip was the relentless wind almost all weekend, to the point where we didn’t even want to…
WDFW keeps this place well. Group sites abound. The MTB trails are something to see. Be prepared for wind and bugs.
We have stayed here a few times and have thoroughly enjoyed our stay every time. It books up quick on weekends, reservations recommended. Great lakes for fishing close by. Make sure to secure down any camping gear/tents/etc as the wind tends to howl through this area at night.
Fun camp sites on the water with boat rentals!
We made several phone inquiries and then finally visited May 15-17 weekend. Met a ranger at the closed gate to Jones and he explained that they are inexplicably remaining closed THROUGH Memorial Day weekend. This is the opposite of the recorded message, so save yourself the disappointment.
Arrived around 2pm to the Douglas Creek Trailhead. The 8 miles of road H to get to Douglas Creek Rec area is gravel, primitive -no signs. Hiked the canyon for ~3miles. Lots of groundhogs and birds. Campsites are roughly half mile from the parking lot for hiking. The gravel road here is much…
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Stayed here while in the area to do a trail run. The campground is super well maintained, with plenty of parking at every spot. If you are tent camping, they have ~16' gravel pads for a tent at each site.
You will likely be surrounded by moderately high-end RVs. We definitely felt like the…
Camped here in February and November and in generally recommend it for fall and spring. Avoid summer when it gets too hot and ticks and rattlesnakes are around. It gets cold at night so come prepared.
There are several established sites near Ancient Lakes and Dusty Lakes that can be accessed from…
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This is a good place to camp, but.
While we did have good coverage for our Verizon phones. We got site 98 which backs up to the lake. Great idea, but due to people having no manners, we had people walking through our campsite to get to the water to fish constantly.
This was also the…
First time dispersed camping. We were looking for a place to bring our dog camping for the first time. There was so much room and we weren't anywhere near other people. Had a lovely view of the water. Close enough to town to run and grab things we forgot. Will return!
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We really enjoy our time at Two Rivers Resort. We stay there almost every summer and always bring our boat.
The staff is always friendly and helpful. Prices are very reasonable. They have a fuel dock in the marina.