This is still my favorite place to camp! The beauty and peace of the lake in the morning hour, the woods in the day, or just sitting by the campfire. This has been a family favorite.. with both of my families 😊
We’ve been exploring the state parks in OR and WA and this is my favorite so far. It’s right near the water and you can walk to little beaches, kayak off of them or go to the big swimming area/park which is lovely. Big protected swim area and there’s even a protected kayaking area that goes up the river. We found a lovely beach up there to explore. And of course plenty of space for motor boats.
Beautiful spot right next to lake. Warm sunshine made for a great getaway weekend while Seattle was socked in. Bathrooms super clean. Spacious, private campsites. Quiet! We stayed in spots 76 and 78 on D loop - BEST spots!
We love this campground. It has something for everyone and is in a beautiful setting. Equidistant from Portland or Seattle its a good place to meet up. Reservations are highly recommended.
This state park is gem. We winter camped here in February and were pleasantly surprised! The sunset over the mountains was amazing and the dogs loved swimming and fetching sticks. Nice level paved spots, some drive thru even. Clean bathrooms hot showers! Only draw back is that they are token showers. You can get tokens by the adorable lakefront cabins or main entrance. We like it so much we’re staying a second night.
Stayed one night in a cabin and 2 nights in the D loop. The cabin was clean and comfortable. The campsite was spacious enough to set up a canopy and 2 tents comfortably. Bathrooms were clean and conveniently located. Swimming was great!
Gorgeous park, gorgeous lake. Great for water activities.
Very private full hook ups. Long deep sites and very private. Great lake view.
The Mayfield Lake is the main attraction. Be sure to visit the day use area across the road for lake access with swimming, picnic, and a dog park on the water.
Very good privacy for the standard campsite loop. Standard campsites are either pull through or back in.
There's a trail around the edge of the lake in campsite loop. Find the point, you wont be disappointed.
Pros: nice cabin, somewhat secluded, hidden hill on the water next to cabins, great for kayaking, bathrooms close with showers, great easy hike from cabins to the end of the peninsula, great views Cons: limited activities in the area