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The nightly call of the loons sing you to sleep as they howl to one another. The trout are in abundance but are some what if a challenge to keep hooked. Camp site are flat. Huge fire pits. And the night sky like you only see in movies!!
Just wanted somewhere kind of close to go check out and camp. Husband wanted to go fishing there so we figured if there were sites we would stay. Pulled in and there are two sides of the lake to stay on. We had one picked out but then decided to try the other side which I’m glad we did since we…
Great option to camp at Lake Chelan about 15 min from Chelan on the quiet south shore. The campground has great water access, boat launching, some waterfront sites (on the west loop) and a quiet family-oriented atmosphere. Clean bathrooms, shower and great cell reception (AT&T).
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 is perfect for a long weekend. My friends and I stayed there for five days. Unfortunately the water was little low than we expected.
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Walked up for a night. Youngest was 11. Told the kids it was a 2 hour walk. Did it in under an hour. Camped on the right hand shore as it basked in the morning sun. Snow patches at end of May, but enough soggy ground to camp on. Bring a tarp or plastic sheeting for under the tent.
If you are staying in one of the RV sites it has water and power hook ups. Our stay was great, the only unpleasant part of the trip was the automatic sprinkler system coming on Monday-Friday for 30 minutes at each site. We had to almost pack everything up into the trailer each day and then pull it…
Very nice state park. Well managed. Clean. Fishing was fair for walleye, bass. Hiking was abundant. Easy in and out. Could use cable along with water, sewer, electric, hook ups.
Was here last summer and the bugs were BAD, like hiding in the car and tent bad.
Left with more bug bites than I could count, but was a nice and open space at least.
Lots of spots even late on a holiday weekend, but definitely was not out first choice
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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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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Beautiful lake, bald eagle flying overhead, geese and deer come in. Our site was facing large open grassy area leading to the lake. We were there late spring and during the week it was very uncrowned and the weather was chilly but clear.
If you can get a site on the beach here it's well worth the alarms you have to set on your phone to get them! The sites are smallish and a little weird shaped but you get direct access to the water. There is also a loop at the other end of the park that is more standard drive in sites. The water…
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Very out of the way in a Beautiful canyon. Stayed here in January so some of the roads to the sites were soft and muddy. The site we stayed at was on the water with a sandy beach. This site would be A-1 for summer fun.
Steamboat Rock SP, WA
If your using your GPS from Electric City on RT 155 keep going about a half mile after the gps says your there. The entrance will be on the right with a sign.
The whole area was very interesting, orchards, rocks and water. Worth a visit!
We stayed for an overnight. Sage is…
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