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Our experience here was great. The map is misleading a bit. There is a public boat launch with camp sites all over. These sites are dispersed with little to no contract between camp sites. We stayed at what I thought was the south campground... basically 150 yds from the boat launch. The vault…
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Very friendly folks at the check in station! Back in sites a bit narrow. If you are new to pulling a longer trailer recommend a pull through.
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This is one of the best kept secrets in western WA, great forest, lots of hiking, water. This place is a great get away.
Primitive location, nothing there, but maybe a fire ring and a spot to park your vehicle. The road coming in the last 10 miles is rough in many spots. It’s hard to see the bumps and dips in the road in the early evening. There are many spots to choose from for cars, trucks, and vans. It…
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Quiet except for the falls. Pack it in pack it out was nice to see. Near many hiking opportunities.
Easy to find, fairly secluded sites available (15 and 16) and right on the river which is so beautiful.
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…
The campground in general was very nice: playgrounds and a lake nearby, and suitably close to a number of small towns and the Alder Lake Dam to have stuff to check out.
Unfortunately, our campsite (53) wasn't trimmed back sufficiently, so the grassy area where you'd normally put a tent was about…
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Stayed here over Memorial weekend. It was free to stay, you just have to have a reservation to stay.
THis is a DNR campground, so it has nothing but outhouses. There is a hand pump for water, but it has a sign that says the water is not potable.
We were in site #5, it was a bit…
This is a popular, reservable campground at Mt Rainier. There are 5 loops with A loop and R(Road) loops not reservable. There is a fancy electronic iron ranger at the ranger station(something the rangers want you to use even when they are in their booth and clearly able to handle reservations). I…
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This is just another small city park offering minimal services for$10-15 a night(depending on which sign you read), using the iron ranger system. It’s at the far end of a city park with a lumpy, root filled, grass covered hill in the middle with a few(6 I think) RV sites around the outside edge…
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This is such a cool place to camp! You are literally right on an active airstrip. There are roughly 40 sites spread out along a long narrow loop, with some walk in sites. There are no services here- no water, no, wifi, no trash pick up, no campground host(there is a moderately clean vault toilet).…
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Creek access. Usually pretty quiet. MTB trails right outside camp. I understand this is a moto camp, but have never been there during the moto season. One of my favorites,
MTB trails right in camp. Some sites are pretty private. Right on a creek, swimming hole under bridge near campsite 1.
La wis wis was an amazing campground with lots of awesome spots. We chose one right by a trail that let to a beautiful waterfall and creek. The sites were clean with well maintained bathrooms nearby. Side note: our campground hosts Jack & Jill even helped jumpstart our car!