Gifford Pinchot National Forest
North Fork Elk Group sits alongside the Cispus River in the North Fork Campground, shaded by a dense canopy of pine, fir and cedar trees. The facility is typically open from mid-May through late September, and is one one of three group sites within the campground.
North Fork is…
Extra Vehicle Fee $8.00
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Tent Sites
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Drinking Water
- Pull-Through Sites
- Big Rig Friendly
We had no reservations and stumbled upon this gem- gorgeous campsite right along the river! Quiet and clean bathrooms, with flat sites - well maintained by a very friendly couple. Peaceful and fell asleep to the running river water- amazing!
Beaver is right on the river. Parking is located above the site. Lovely outhouse. Lots of picnic tables, garbage cans, water available in the site. Easy river access. Lots of shade, areas with sun. Privacy between tent pads is terrific. RV's and Trailers have nice level parking area above the rest…
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Stayed two nights in early July, campground was well maintained, vault toilets were clean. No showers, but water available. About 1/3 of campground was out of commission or closed as they took down hazard trees it appeared. Avoid sit #10 as next to the loo, otherwise nice site.
North Fork Elk Group Camp is located in Washington
From I-5, take Highway 12 east to Randle, and from there go south on Road 25 and continue until you reach a fork in the road. Take the left fork onto Road 23 and travel for about 10 miles to North Fork Campground & Group Camps.