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Big nice full hook up developed campground. Upper loop is more sage brushy & less manicured lawn than the lower loop. Great views and pretty private spots. If there is a concert at the Gorge don’t even try here as it will be a full party palace. Can be very windy.
This site is now gated off.
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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WDFW keeps this place well. Group sites abound. The MTB trails are something to see. Be prepared for wind and bugs.
We went pre-c19 and had a blast. It was cool being able to walk to and from the event, especially if you take advantage of the pre and post event camping. Waaaaay too crowded, so I'll look forward to next time when we aren't so in each other's grill.
I really liked this campground. I wish we could stay longer than 14 days out of 45, but that's the rules. There is no camp host but maintenance is there daily to tend to the grounds. It is a well kept place I can say that. The only complaint I have is that the sprinklers go on in the middle of the…
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…
This is a well-known primitive camping area for rock climbers and other outdoor recreation folks (there are also hiking, biking and boating opportunities in the Frenchman Coulee recreation area). Lots of vans, tents and trucks. Small camper trailers can work in some areas but the roads leading to…
We didn’t get to fish but we spent the night here on our way home from Seattle. Great park. Nice views. A fair amount of space between the camp spots. WiFi also.
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Easy to get to near residential area. Good place to have some off road fun.
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Free camping a large area for 4x4's, sxs, motorcycles and atvs.
Dunes are Very busy in the spring and summer. shade can be hard to find.
Camp on the water on the beach or up higher. Tucked in right on Moses Lake. Good fishing & a beach with sand. Fully stocked store and friendly staff. I love it here because it’s quiet, fishing dock, and... you can rent golf carts for driving on the beach & campground.
This is a Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife fishing access site. It is free with a Washington State Discovery Pass for $30/year. This annual pass will also gain you admission to state parks. There are several boat launch sites here and a number of those Sani Cans. The area is spread…