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Date of Stay:
October, 2016 -
Since this was to be my first trip towing a trailer and setting up alone, I picked this campground close to home and checked it out before going there. There were no space with hookups available so I reserved a basic pull through spot to avoid having to back in. When I arrived the next day, they remembered that I asked for hookups without sewer; they had a cancellation and saved it for me. They even followed me in and helped me back in!
The sites are in the woods, spacious size with brush between sites for privacy. Very clean sites; most looked fairly level. There is a different area for tents.
There are lots of trails around the park, to the river and across the street (cabins located there). The park is dog friendly; mine enjoyed hiking the trails with me.
I gave a lower level of value because of the reservation system. To reserve a spot, you have to book either online or by calling. There is an $8 fee for online booking; a $10 fee for calling in. To avoid the fee, you can arrive without a reservation and hope a space is available. We camped at Rasar State Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a good area for hiking or fishing. It's also a nice place to stay and leave your rig if you are planning on visiting the North Cascades mountain range.