This is a popular campground, but the incredible views make it well worth it. Be sure to drive a car with good clearance as the road can be challenging.
We wanted to to kayaking in the San Juans and this was definitely a great way to go for our overnight stay. Just be sure to book early. Facilities were well maintained and it was a great site.
Very crowded hike up, well marked until you get to the summit. From there it was hard to figure out which lake was which. By talking to other hikers we figured out how to get to Foggy Lake, where we camped. Absolutely gorgeous views.
Great views close to the city.
Well maintained and a beautiful location. Highly recommended.
We went on the weekend so the pools were a bit crowded. There weren't many official places to camp so people seemed to be staking out their own territory. I'd go again but during the week.
This was our first time hiking with a bear can, which was a bit of a pain but bearable. There were plenty of tent spots along the inlets, be sure to watch the tides.
The camp ground is well maintained and clean. There are showers, bring quarters if you want to take advantage of them. We enjoyed pitching our tent right next to the stream that runs through the camp, and checking out Goose Lake, about 6 miles away, as well as the natural bridges and ice cave.