This is an former state campground that has been taken over by a local Native American tribe. The park is very nice and very big. Great lake access, nice large sites and very helpful staff. They even have a small store. There are lots of hiking/biking trails, boat launch and kayak/paddle board/mountain bike rentals. The scenery is breathtaking. Well worth the trip. We camped at Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman (formerly Camp Cushman) in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
When you leave and head back into Hoodsport, stop and get ice-cream. I would go back just for that. It's that good!
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $34.00
This is a very well maintained park. It's obvious attention is paid to the grounds. Sites were clean, picnic tables in good condition and nice fire pits. In "season" there are lots of water activities available on Lake Cushman. Movies in the evening as well. Great location for exploring western side of Olympic National Park and Hood Canal area of WA. Would stay here again. Park has been renamed Skokomish Park since it is now operated by the Skokomish tribe. Friendly helpful staff and on-site park ranger. We camped at Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman (formerly Camp Cushman) in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped at Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman (formerly Camp Cushman) in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $26.00
Nice quiet park. Contract managed, but owned by Tacoma Public Utilities. There is a very good swimming hole off the colder deeper lake, trails for walking, and it is not far from either Staircase or Hoodsport. Sites do not drain well in wet weather, but the parking pads stay above the high water mark. We camped at Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman (formerly Camp Cushman) in a Fifth Wheel.