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Most RV sites are very narrow, but location is a short drive to Seattle.
All sites are back in. All connections are in the back so imagine hooking up at a parking lot at the concrete stoppers. Sewer and electric, make sure you got enough tubes and extensions. All gravel in the rv lots, dog only allowed in certain grassy spots. Hook ups seem old and outdated. Very close…
They have limited full service hookups,but there is a boondocking area for stays up to three days for very reasonable fee. Very nice hotel and casino with reasonably priced food at the cafe.
We love this area of Washington!
Had a great time here. Nice private camp site, short walk to the river. Dipped our legs in after hiking. Restrooms were okay, by the last day they were a bit ripe, but hey...its a bathroom. Definitely plan going here again.
Enjoyed the sound of the river right there. Restroom was not too smelly, no tp when we arrived, but most of us prepare for that. Would go again but would be more selective of site. Our spot was a little more marshy but the river spots looked fantastic.
We were on our way to upper Lena, and stopped to check out lower as well. Pretty busy, but it is summer! Beautiful place to visit!
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Had a good time and nice camp hosts and good access to whatever ya need trails water and comfortable sites all around good trip
Okay so there are a few things to know before making the trek here:
You don’t need a permit or anything to stay but you DO have to pay $30 to park your car on the premises and the pay station is in the middle of the road on your way in. So DONT pass it like we did.
Some sites are reserved…
We arrived at the NP at 10:30 am on a Friday. The campgrounds were already full, so we quickly backtracked to this one just outside the park. We would most definitely stay at this campground again for any exploring on the southwest side of the NP. Another great example of a great National Forest…
We stopped here so we could leave the camper trailer and run into Seattle for the evening. Worked great! The road in is a bad as it gets still being able to haul a camper trailer. We literally went 0-5 MPH and it took awhile! We did first come first serve and found a site easily on a Monday. Lovely…
There are 3 hiker/biker sites at Manchester, but it's better to think of it as one merged, very forested site with three tables and tent areas. Zero privacy between the sites. Site HB1 has the largest open area for tents and socializing, while HB3 has the smallest area, for just a single tent and…
I just completed my third stay at Dragon's Gate, and I've now stayed in each of the different sections (Moon Meadow, Giant Crystal, Jessie's Camp). Each gives a completely different but wonderous experience, either with open views of flower pastures and woods, or a more insular green surrounded by…
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This site is by far the best site in the national park. I love the trail here. It's very secluded, and not many people come by. On top of that, it's marmot heaven. Be aware and prepared as bears do roam around here quite often. Bring a bear cannister for sure.
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Stayed here for the first time in July 2021. I understand this opened last winter. Talking to the host, I found out it is far more popular in winter when ski season is open. It was quiet and sparsely filled in July on a Friday and Saturday night.
3 different areas respectively for large RV and…
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