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Camp clean and serviceable but boring for geezers. The access to North Cascades Hwy is great. Can follow Skagit River, but Pass closed summer of 2021. Spectacular scenery E. of camp.
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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 my first time using a thousand trails membership so I didn’t know what to expect. The overall campground is nice with almost all of the sites being surrounded by trees or a view of the bay. But I was disappointing to find that the few sites that have a sewer connection were all taken and no…
We love parking here for when we need hookups to charge our devices, fill up water, propane, and even do our laundry.
They do nightly movies on the lawn and all the staff is incredibly kind.
It is an open fairground with rv hookups.
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Small state park. The water at sunset is super pretty, can't beat that and it's only a five minute walk from the campsites. It's kinda unsettling though seeing signs that it's a high theft area.
Some of the campers here are pretty peculiar tbh. One guy kept yelling at his dogs for doing dog…
Staying two nights in the "preferred" #17 campsite. Parking was wide enough to fit my RV and my son's big Panel Truck. Pay showers ($1 for 3 minutes) and clean restroom with air dryer, pet friendly, lots of trails to hike and a beautiful beach area with a playground, seasonal/weekend snack shop,…
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We needed a place to stay with our camper van for a night before flying out of Seattle and it was perfect. Amenities were clean and fully functional. Nice people around and small spaces but very calm and quiet
Mini golf basket ball court, lakes, bingo, free donuts and coffee showers are bug and clean price is fairly cheap
This isn’t exactly a campsite, more so a spot people end up camping at, before a long hike. The hike up to the site was very simple and easy and the actual hike itself was beautiful. It was annoying that we had to hike up to the site itself, but it isn’t too long about an hour and a half. Overall,…
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Great RV sites in the trees and out in the open. The sites in the trees on the lower loop have full hookups. The upper loop is smaller sites more for tents and small RV's. No power or sewer on the upper loop and the water spigots are shared between sites. The little burger shack is good but…
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Nice peaceful place
Beautiful area with lots to do. Electric, water hookups with sewage dump on the way out. Campsites are not level and can be a tight fit between trees. Lots of different beach trails & bike paths. Whale watching excursions nearby. Cell service spotty.
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The spots in front along the water are first come first serve and I got here around 10 and was able to slip into a site when the previous site occupants left. However, the whole campground is lovely, lots of space in between sites, I have the sound of the ocean so it feels like a silent campground.…
I like Fort Ebey a lot. The campsites are generally large and well separated by foliage, even in winter.
There are great hiking and mountain biking trails through forest, ocean views and beach access, and it's also fun to explore the old WWII facilities. Bring flashlights.