Stayed Memorial Day weekend. Good place
I love the teanaway area because the hiking is incredible! I was able to come stay here in the fall, and hike Lake Ingalls. It was absolutely gorgeous! Hands down the best decision my friends and I have made. The campground was actually somewhat busy. There were quite a few people staying here that were hunting nearby but had this as their base. We thought it would be bare because of the time of year we went, but it was actually busy. Campground was decent- clean and lots of room. One toilet. Bring your own toilet paper because there wasn’t any in the bathroom. Lake Ingalls is a must hike if you are staying here. It was incredible. We saw some mountain goats and the colors were beautiful this time of year. Hike was 9 miles round trip and does require some path finding to the lake. Campground was easy to find and well marked.
This campground is pretty strait forward DNR/FS type sites. No power, has a privy that’s decently clean and pretty close to the North Fork of the Teanaway River. What I would suggest is heading up the rod to the Teanaway Community Forest which has dispersed camping on DNR land. Plenty of fishing when creeks and rivers are open and much better views of Mt. Stuart. We found a great spot right across the Beverly Creek Bridge