Sarah H.
Spokane, WA
Joined June 2018
Kindergarten teacher by day, single full time momma always, and adventurer whenever!
Lake Time

Campground was pretty full. I think the best part was the beach. The kids loved kayaking near the ducks. I would not let them kayak too far though. The lake was full of boats and jet skis going pretty fast and the lake is not very wide. Also, there is a boat docking fee which I think is silly when we only have kayaks.

Friendly

When the North Cascades are completely booked/full and you can't find a spot anywhere… They will make a spot for you here! Nice lake, close to Winthrop, and friendly!

near Rialto Beach

There were a couple quick hikes you could take starting from Mora. it was ideal to be closer to Rialto Beach. There are plenty of normal sites of all different sizes. Check out is at 11am and it's first come so get there when others are leaving- it did fill up. price is $20/ night and there are flush toilets and sinks with running water in the bathrooms.

Teal Blue

There are walk in sites close to the water. Some that chose to set up right near the water, but I chose a walk in site with a great view and had my kayak parked right below at the lake. The walk itself was not bad at all! and if you so choose, there are plenty of normal sites too. Check it is at 11am and it's first come so get there when others are leaving- it did fill up. price is $20/ night and there are flush toilets and sinks with running water in the bathrooms. On Clear lake and close to SolDuc!

Bald Knob

$12 per night must have the WA Discover Pass ($30 annual)

no one was there our first night and the rest of the days were quiet with few campers. Lovely views, nice walks, nice camp pads, lots of trees to hang the hammocks, flush toilets, but no potable water.