We love this campground and camp here about once a month. The sites are large with lots of trees. One loop has electricity (no water or sewer hookups but has a dump station) and the other does not. It has 6 very clean individual (one person) bathrooms with a shower in each. The riverfront accessed from the campground tends to be a bit too raging for my taste with children. We usually take the kids to the lake at Nolte state park (approx. 3 miles away) for water play. This campground is heavily patrolled by the park rangers. I usually have contact with them in my campsite at least twice a day( not for any reason)I have had a fellow parent dropping their child off to camp with us and within 10 minutes the rangers were there checking that they had a park pass. I have been asked by the park rangers at 10:01 p.m. to be quite at as myself and three 9 year old girls were talking (no music etc) too loud. I have also seen the park rangers call in the King County Police. I have never felt unsafe or had any unpleasant experiences here but the park rangers mean business. My point with this is, if you are a large group, like to stay up late and listen to music and/or party it might not be the campground for you. At times I have felt slightly annoyed with all the patrolling. However ultimately as this campground is so close to town I know it’s these efforts that keep the campground safe and pleasant. Thank you!! park rangers I’m sure it is a tough job.