August 10, 2022 - reviewed by F Jones
We spent 6 nights at the park and really liked the area…except for the constant road noise. The park is set back from I-90 going into Seattle and was quite noisy and it didnt stop after dark. The park ranger who greeted us was very nice. The park is shaded which was great. The sites are mostly flat, back in, some pull through, paved with water, electric and sewer in some areas. Sewer hookups were not mentioned on the website, so it was a nice surprise when we saw it. The lake is accessible from several areas. It gets very crowded on weekends with locals coming for the day. It was cool in the evenings which was so nice. I highly recommend this park. It is about an hour to Seattle and 2 hours to Mount Rainier. There is a Safeway grocery store in North Bend about 40” away. Very nice area. The road into Seattle is heavily trafficked. Avoid during rush hours. There was an accident a day backing up traffic into Seattle for miles.
April 26, 2021 - reviewed by J Walsh
Stayed for 1 night. Great park with lots to do. They charge extra for lake view sites. There is 1 excellent shower per bathroom. Tokens, not quarters. Recommend getting them on your way in. Water in bathroom sinks is automatic, and not generous. Campsites are amazing in the full hook-ups section. Each one has a designated, large, and perfectly flat tent area. The lake view sites can't be beat. #37 is quite perfect.
August 30, 2019 - reviewed by Scott
This was our first trip with our new trailer and was one to remeber. The weather was great and the lake was cold but great to swin in. The site was clean and open with full hooks ups. Short walk to the beach! We will he back.
August 18, 2019 - reviewed by Brenda
We stayed a couple nights here about 2 weeks ago. The hookup sites were booked but there was a last minute cancellation so we got one. Otherwise there were lots of beautiful primitive sites available. All areas of the park are gorgeous and woodsy. We rode bikes on the pioneer trail, waded in the water at the lake, did a 4-5 mile hike by going off on various trails including up the mountain. Gorgeous views everywhere. Would love to stay again! Friendly staff.
January 30, 2018 - reviewed by Jason
One Of Our Favorites!
This campground is one of our favorites! There are two loops. The bigger loop (no hookups) is primarily geared towards tent camping, but we're able to fit our 18' travel trailer into most spots with no issues. Main loop is paved but sites are gravel and level for the most part. There is a basketball court and plenty of places for the kids to explore. The only downside is there's no direct Lake access, but that's not an issue for us as it's a short walk or bike ride away. The other loop is for full hookup RV camping. Fully paved and easy to maneuver rigs in and out of. Direct access to the beach. LOTS of families in kids!
September 12, 2017 - reviewed by Plonski
$45 elec -water -sew -each site in new section. Many pull through. Many on beautiful lake. Right off 90 so road noise. Small beach. New restrooms get tokens to shower. Tall pine every thing paved. Beautiful BUT some sites tight to drive and park. If your big you may have issues. Otherwise sensational