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Sites are open or shaded, the full hookup section has recently been upgraded with new paved roads, power pedestals, and water hookups. New bathhouse/washrooms being constructed. New RV section being constructed as well. AT&T service was 30+ down and less than 1 up. Little to no T-Mobile.
We really loved the forest setting of this park. There are great hammock trees at nearly every site. Overall, it's beautiful. The bathrooms were just ok. There's only 1 shower per bathroom, and you have to pay to make it work. One night, the meter in the men's shower was broken, so I had to take…
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Mid week camping might be luckier to find a spot than weekend camping, because there are only 9 sites. It's a cozy loop right by a babbling river with many adventures to be found. Various kinds of edible berries, log bridge, rocks to climb, eddy pools, etc. Pit toilets, picnic tables, and fire pits.
Super friendly staff, very clean and kept grounds in the woods. We must have come at a great time, no one else is here. We have the place to ourselves and it’s just like being deep in the woods but with power and water.
Fantastic spot to stay or pass through to fill up/empty. They have water, propane, and a dump. They also have great long-term rates.
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This was our first time at Penrose Point State Park. We are so fortunate to have so many State parks along the beaches of the Sound. Penrose Point is located across Carr Inlet from Gig Harbor and Fox Island. There are trails and beaches to explore. Lovely large campsites. No hookups available but…
A bit of a tight squeeze to drive the trailer but the location was nice. Our spot was very uneven but livable. Showers are 25¢ a minute so be prepared. 15 minute walk to a great view of Puget Sound. We would visit again.
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This is a beautiful spot! I was recently needing a place to camp outside of Olympia on a roadtrip. It’s about 10 minutes from I-5 so perfect for a one night stop, not sure if I’d want to stay there for more than that. The campsite had very little privacy and unfortunately everyone was woken up by a…
Our site is one away from from the toilet/ bath house there are 6 combo rooms. There are 3 cabins, 12 full service sites, tent sites some w/ electric. Laundry 1 washer and dryer.
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Stayed here as part of a 20-person group. Great spot for meeting between Portland and Seattle! Only 20 minutes off the freeway but you feel way out in the country. The only downside is the road noise nearby. People zooming by on the country road. Outside of that, it’s a beautiful spot. Dogs played…
Great little campsite with I think 5 tent sites. Looks like it fills up pretty quickly and doesn’t take reservations so get there early! $25 fee always seems a bit ridiculous for a tent site but happy to pay it for the pleasant night’s stay. Was very quiet when we arrived at 8pm.
Beautiful rustic area where we were. Restrooms/showers 12: 45pm were heavily tracked up. Laundry area wasn’t accessible. Person be counter at check in not the most hospitable.
Sites are roomy. Lots of walking and biking trails. Fishing and swimming areas. Concessions and rentals at the beach. Great staff too.
Location was clean, easy to access and feels like a world away from the busy cities close by.
We are full-timers in a 36 ft Class A with a Cherokee Trailhawk tow and stayed in site 10 for 3 days in mid August. Our site was fairly level. The sites are fairly close together, but there were only a few other people camped and didn’t have anyone near us. I could not find a fairgrounds map online…