First time camping in the PNW and was amazing. We camped in spot T12, secluded, on the water, close access to toilets. Can pay 3/per person or 5/campsite to access shower. Site came with a platform for our tent, two chairs, and fire pit. Total access to the rocky beach shore below us. Sunsets were BEAUTIFUL. Only one complaint, and it’s not the campsites fault, is that at night the tide comes in extremely close to the campsites and the it is LOUD. Had trouble sleeping, but my partner slept like a baby.

Great location, a little run down

Great location to all the hikes we planned on doing, looked like there were long term campers there that were nosy. Campsites are nice and spread out, however. Definitely recommend going during a busier season with a group of people. Went in beginning of October.

Nice and easy primitive camping

Stayed at the primitive campsites, very shady with lots of woods nearby. Pretty crowded but everyone kept their space, trees to hang hammocks on and the dock was on the primitive site for non motorized boats. Not many trails but good for an easy weekend away.

Hot and sunny

Tent camped here on the water, absolutely no shade since the tornadoes brought all the trees down, even with the water nearby, temps hardly ever went below 85 at night. Poor planning on our part, not their fault. Much better for RVing.