We chose this campground for its close location to the ferry terminal to take us to San Juan Island. Sites are reservable for no additional fee. There are 46 sites in two loops with water and electric and an additional 22 sites with no hookups. Good signage in the park. While the sites are generous in size, there is little separation/privacy between them. The pads are dirt. Most appeared level. Bathrooms are reasonably clean and there are showers. The campground is nestled in the woods with no water views but there is a one-way scenic loop drive along the water. We walked along the road to Green Point to see the sunset; there are picnic tables and benches on a grassy area that are good for viewing. There is a boat launch for an additional fee ($9). There is a pay station where you can pay for campsites, boat launch, firewood, etc. with either cash (no change given) or credit card. You will hear the sound of fighter jets from the nearby naval station on Whidbey Island (but not as loud as in Deception Pass State Park) and we heard them as loud as 9 pm. Rotary has a free exchange library by the bathrooms, although there was not much of a selection. Park staff came by our site at almost 10 pm to confirm that we were the people who were supposed to be in our reserved site.
These sites are in the shade of the trees, there are upper and lower bathrooms! Free showers for campers, safe and beautiful a views in just a short walk!
We had such a great time at this site. the bathrooms are centrally located between all sites and they have the option for firewood to be delivered to your campsite, which was awesome because it meant no unnecessary trips to town. There is a two mile loop road that is great for walking, but also had trails to the beach for great exploring. There is a park for kIds to play and covered bbq shelters that are first come-first served and bonfire pits on the beach. We also were able to see lots of fun sea life and captured, then released, some larger crabs.
This is a great launching spot for a multi day paddling expedition in the San Juan Islands. There are several loops with reservable sites, some with hookups and other without. All sites are well shaded and spaced nicely so as not to feel crowded even during the busiest times of the year (generally summer months). The campground is quite large and has biking options as well as paddling. The maximum stay is 14 days.