So, the campground is fine and has a swimming beach. What you want is one of 6-9 walk-in sites on the water. They are amazing. Steep but short walk to the sites. First come first serve.
So much fun. Beaches, trails, military bunkers to explore, great group sites and the upper loop offers private campsites. The lower loop near the water is mainly rv’s and very open with no privacy. Small general store near the beach campsites.
There is a river and salmon climb it to spawn in October I believe. Very cool to see. Campground is large, with about 20% of camp sites have good privacy. Walking distance to a gas station for supplies. Clean bathrooms with running water.
One of my absolute favorites. Relatively small and quiet campground. 4-5 sites on the hoh river. Gorgeous. I have seen elk multiple times and exploring the river is tons of fun. The information center next door has a short hike to experience the rain forest, and is the starting point for many backpacking trips.
I have always enjoyed camping here. Sites are well spaced out, mostly private, and nestled among the trees. River next to the campground is nice, especially helpful to drone out traffic from I-90. Within an hour of Seattle
Great campground just past snoqualmie pass. Large campground broken up in to 5-6 loops, offering good privacy and some large sites. Two swimming beaches and a gorgeous river run along the campground. There was wood for sale for $7 a bundle from the camp host.