Date of Stay: June, 2013
We stayed in one of the waterfront RV sites. No sewer hookup but nice dump station. The sites are nicely spaced apart - felt mostly private. The road down to the water has some very sharp corners that would be difficult to maneuver with a larger trailer. We only had a 19 ft and it was still tight. Only toilets near the waterfront sites. No showers so if you were tent camping it would be a hike to the showers.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
This park has changed its name to Skokomish park and has been bought by the Skokomish Indian Tribe and reopened. Nice shady sites close to the water, full hookups and nice clean sites. They have added a theatre and have movies at night, cars 2 was playing when we went, we didn't go watch though. The rangers are very helpful and checked on us at least 5 times when we were there for only two days to see if we needed anything.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
This is the first campground you pass when you pull into Conconully. They have numerous cabins. Only about ten of the RV sites are waterfront and you want one of those, they are the only shaded spots. On the upper terraces you are rather close to your neigbors and dont have grass. They rent out boats and water toys here. Tons of kids so it isn't very quiet but lots of friends and activity for your kids. Really nice people that run it.