40 miles NORTH of Shelton WA. The road leading us there was a curvy Highway 101 two lane (single in both directions) with pull outs for slow vehicles. Beautiful scenery all the way.
Campground is on both sides of the Highway. Spaces seem pretty good size through out. They have full hook-ups, partial, and primitive. They also have 3 Platform Tents. This is where we stayed.
We rented PT1 & PT2 for a night. Out of the 3 PT sites available, I believe PT3 is the best. PT3 is the furthest out on the road - away from most other campers.
All 3 have electric and water. But PT1's water is used by all of the other campers near by. They are told by the rangers to use the nearest one available - this is PT1.
PT2 is directly across from the PIT Toilet. When we were there, the site constantly smelled like a restroom. The PIT Toilets are non-flushing basic port-a-potties sheltered in a wood building with a concrete floor. This is the closest toilet to the platform tents.
Full service restrooms are a five minute walk away. (Very worth the walk) Lots of trees and grassy areas. Some of the roadways are paved, and some are gravel.
Our sites had picnic tables and deep fire-rings with a flip up grill. They also had a full size bunk-bed with a single up top. A full size futon and table with small step stool. They also had a heater, a table lamp, rugs, and small covered porch area.
There are trails through out the park. MOST all are non-marked. There is a walkway/roadway that passes under Hwy 101 leading to the other side of the park.
This is also where the trail to the Bay is located. LOOK Close for it, or YOU WILL MISS IT. You walk up at the underpass and walk across the bridge along the highway over to the otherside of the river. Then you walk across what appears to be a field. The walk from the platform tents all the way to the bay was a VERY long walk. My six year old was good most of the way, but the walk back (after playing in the bay) was almost too much.
The river was very cold. There were people fishing in it. There was some sand, but not an actual beach, mostly rocks and gravel. The bay was pretty neat to look at and my kids found exploring under the rocks to be the highlight of their trip.
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