We stayed here in an RV for four days in August. Easy to get to, spots are pull through and easy to level on, the only thing that wasn't stellar about the experience was the amount of dirt in the campsite. I get that camping can be dirty (been doing it for more than 50 years), but there seemed to be more dirt than gravel around the picnic table, and that's easily remedied. Of course, our state is going through some financial difficulties, and that could be why there wasn't enough gravel to go around. Maintaining state parks *can* be expensive. Aside from that, the experience we had there was great, the park was nice enough to camp in and enjoy. That said, there were a few things I'd like to mention as caveats:
1 - The electrical hookup was straight 50 amp with no extra 30 amp plug in available. For those who have older RVs that don't have an outside extension plug in and like to either plug in patio lights on their awning and/or use an electric drill with a lug driver to raise and lower your stabilizer jacks...you can't because there's no standard 30 amp plug in (which most campsites have nowadays).
2 - We were wrongly charged for an extra vehicle even though we have the Washington State issued "Discovery Pass" as well as a handicapped placard for that vehicle. The Discovery Pass for state parks clearly states that vehicles with the Discovery Pass and handicapped placards are free for parking in all state parks. This added $40 to our fee - even after I pointed out the Discovery Pass rules to the lady who checked us in.
3 - The beach is quite a trek from the campground - and down a long, steep hill. If you plan to ride bicycles you've taken along with you for camping, keep this in mind - you have to get back *up* that long, steep hill.
4 - You're in a State Park, but still in an urban setting. That comes along with urban party-types at the tent sites, airliners flying right over you frequently going to or coming from Sea-Tac International Airport, and the usual smoggy-kind of smell you get in the city.
Other than what I've noted, this was a decent experience and enjoyable. I would still opt for more rural settings for state park camping in the future, but wouldn't rule this one out completely.
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