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National Park campsites, in my opinion, are by-and-large nicer than a lot of private campgrounds and this was true of Cougar Rock. The sites, though close together, seemed private because of the trees and the tiered nature of the sites. The bathrooms have flush toilets,...More
Spent one night here before embarking on Wonderland backpacking trip. The campground is nearby the Longmire wilderness center and close to all the trails. The campground is big and spacious, with several tent and RV sites. Bathrooms are clean and warm. Lots of options, sites...More
Spend 2 nights in July. Terrific location. Close to Paradise Inn and great hikes in the area including the amazing Skyline Loop Trail.
Sites are close together, but campground was very quiet @ night. Tent camped on Loop E, Site E105. Loop is Non-Electric which...More
I liked this campground , it is typical for a National Park , other than the lack of showers. The site we had which was loop C 7 was nice and higher up than the others which helped when it rained a bit. We traveled...More
Puts ya smack in the middle of everything . . Get your reservations early. Most people follow the rules on quiet times . .no generator use, etc . . Good mojo!! The pic is a couple of miles up the road . .no views from...More
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I didn't really actually see any legitimate tent pads...you basically just pitch your tent. We tent camped with a four person tent (9x7) which isn't as large as yours, but we felt that we had plenty of room. Most sites had... More
I didn't really actually see any legitimate tent pads...you basically just pitch your tent. We tent camped with a four person tent (9x7) which isn't as large as yours, but we felt that we had plenty of room. Most sites had more than one tent -- ours, however, would not have allowed for that. FYI, don't stay at site E013 or any of those adjoining it. It was quite terrible. Have you been looking at pictures on recreation.gov? Checking Campsite Photos (the website) and looking up Cougar Rock Campground will also be pretty helpful. Sorry, it won't let me copy any links. The campground is pretty covered in trees so it may not help to do this but I always try to use Google Maps or Google Earth to get an idea of campsites as well. Pictures can be deceiving!