This campground was very well maintained. It had nice bathrooms and well laid out camp spots. Some are more private and forested and some are more open and on the River. We staid in a forested spot and it was private and very quiet. Also super easy to walk to the river and play.
It's big, it's relatively close to Seattle, great access point for local trails, close enough in to local towns for quick runs to the store if you need to. Sites vary with privacy and shade. River access between some sites. A little something for everyone.
This place is my favorite campsite! It’s very isolated from other campsites and you have the river right by you to enjoy and to beat the heat! The water may be cold, but it’s perfect for those hot 90 degree and up days.
Show up early to get a good spot because things get crowded fast. Plenty of space for setting up tents and beautiful views along the river, but my preference is for fewer people.
It’s got access to lake hiking trails at horses. Everything.
I've gone to Salmon la Sac (aka Fish Bag) almost every year for the past 10 years. It is my favorite! The campground itself is light on amenities so it's good if you like to rough it, but the beauty and quietness make up for it spades.
Such great views, tons of wild life, beautiful water.
Beautiful, tranquil and relaxing. Lots of hiking and as for amenities, they've got water pumps and vault toilets. On the site, there's a fire pit and picnic table. The campsites are large. While there make sure to stop in Roslyn, WA and have a beverage at the Brick. Roslyn, WA is where Northern exposure was shot.