This campground is located on the northern side of Hood Canal and offers some great views of the water. About half the sites are in the woods, although they are all pretty close together. Some of the larger sites, including the RV sites, are right next to the beach, and you can set up chairs and have a beautiful view. These sites have little, if any, vegetation to provide privacy. A mid-week visit in early May found lots of sites open. The grounds and bathrooms are clean and well-maintained. There is a lot of open lawn, especially in the day use area, which would be great in the busy summer months. You need a Discover Pass for day use. These are required at pretty much all county and state campgrounds in Washington State. Right now they cost $30 per year. There is one Washington Water Trails site available for people arriving by human-powered boats (kayaks). It's first-come, first-served, with a picnic table and fire ring.