Only 18 sites, so nice and small. Didn't feel cramped, but hated hearing the road so close by. The river is also close, so nice to take a quick dip on a warm day. (The water is freezing…) Fire ring, table, vault toilets. Basics, not bad, not great. Trees were fantastic.
Beautiful grounds right near the South Fork of the Stillguamish. Out site was partially shaded so stayed pretty cool during the day. Typical sites, picnic table, fire pit. There are flushing toilets which are nice :). Nestled in some amazing trees, was pretty quiet when we were there.
Really haven't been anywhere else like this. The huge trees and the quiet are immensely satisfying. The campground itself has somewhat small sites, but that is only where you sleep. Once you get out on the trails, the wildlife is insane. We saw all kinds of insects, the river itself is pretty, but cold. There are 18 miles of trail, and you can camp on some spots down the trail, I passed because of the bears. Can't explain how magical this place is. Can't wait to go back.
Great campground close enough to the city for a quick trip but feels like you are in another world. Pretty primitive, no showers/electric. If you want to get away, you are away.
Nice little campground. Lots of trails around nice combos of forrest and fields, we even saw some elk.
Went with a group of 8 others and took my dog. Mostly quiet, beautiful trees. It can get a little warm during the day but the sites were fairly shaded. We mountain biked around the lake for a day of adventure. Fire pits have to be used with fire danger, but overall great sites.