4 Parks near Randle, Washington
11519 U.S. Hwy. 12, Randle, WA Randle, Washington 98377 (map) | (360) 494-9202
Sites: 400 | Latest Rate: $32.00 | 18 Reviews
Jun 2015 - $32.00
I am going to rate this campground based on our stay for 2 nights only. We were visiting Mount Rainier and this was a convenient, in and out for a big rig. It is what we would call a 'campground', not a resort by any means. It was definitely adequate for what we needed/wanted. It is huge, I believe 550 sites total, many of them are on the various loops within the park but we stayed out in the main area. The hookups are indeed 'strange' with them being in the middle of two sites and shared by 4 rigs back to back. The park wasn't busy (although they had several in and out each night we were there) so we had our site to ourselves and could plug into 50 amp (2/50 amp, 2/30 amp per site). Apparently, the owners are in their third season of ownership & yes it will take some work to restore it from a '100 year flood' in 2008 when it was practically destroyed (at least that's what they told us). They still take Coast to Coast and our neighbors paid $10 being Coast to Coast members. - Wannabees
May 2015 - $30.00
Former NACO park that has gone into bank receivership and then unloaded for virtually nothing. We have stayed here many times in the past 20 years but enough is enough! This is turning into a slum and the new owners seem to have absolutely no interest in restoring it any minimal levels of quality. Really too bad. - OlyDave
Aug 2014 - $28.00
Used to be a membership park. It's HUGE! A nice surprise with it's shady W/E sites tucked away in the woods. The hookups are oddly placed in the fronts of the sites. Would return. - mockturtle
Jun 2014 - $10.00
Our rate reflects our access pass. What a find, this place was a gem! I give it an 8 because of no hook-ups but you could not find a nicer primitive campground than this place. We were tempted to stay in a nearby park where you see your neighbor all day and are glad we came here! Fantastic hiking trails among trees that are over 600 years old. We counted over 300 rings on a nearby downed tree. The spots are large and very private. Many spots back up to the Cispus river. The restrooms are primitive but kept very clean and fresh. Firewood is sold at the park, but you get more for your money buying it at the Randle store on the way in. We will definitely be back. Our RV is 25' long. - kcjflea
Aug 2012 - $19.00
The sites are well-spaced. We have a 40' motorhome and we had to choose a double site ($38 regular; $19 w/Golden Age Pass) because what was left in single sites were small. Reservations are definitely recommended here. It's very busy. Also, for big rigs, you really can't go by the site size on the reservation site because of huge trees at the corner of the sites, rocks, slant of sites and narrow campground road. There is no dump station. This is very convenient for touring Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Ranier parks. Hwy 25 to the campground is paved but narrow and bumpy. It's not steep. There is very little river access here because of a steep bluff. Verizon or Sirius satellite radio did not work in this thick forest. - nbi600
Sep 2010 - $20.00
Amazing Forest service campground. No hookups but the sites are large and very private, paved and level and lots of room for slideouts and awnings. Only one loop open when we arrived as the campground was closing in 10 days. No problem with a 35' Class A. Quiet & peaceful does not adequately describe the tranquility of this place. Very nice trail system for walking. We will be back again next year for 3-4 days. - j&c rocket
Sep 2015 - $2.00
We are members, so the $2.00 was for wifi, which was very good, even in The Grove.
We came in on Monday of the three day weekend after boondocking for four days. I was really looking forward to a nice, long shower. The bathhouse nearest The Grove was filthy. I thought maybe overuse from the long weekend, but the next day it was just as dirty and the dead, dry qtip was still under the bench in the shower area. Wednesday, they looked like someone had made an effort to clean, but there was dust and grime on all the top edges of the mopboards, back splashes and fixtures. I wiped some of them down with a wet paper towel as a test.
While the pool and hot tub were very clean, the changing rooms were not much better than the bathhouse.
Our site was nice, near the river and very quiet except for road noise (which you cannot escape due to the bridge).
The Grove area does not have full service, but if you want privacy and a woodland camp spot, it is the best place on the site. There are even wooded sites near the golf course. - Impkitti
Apr 2015 - $1.00
We are K/M Resorts of America members so our camping was free. We arrived late and were told to just pick a spot. There are a lot of pull thrus. Some spots are close together while others have big grassy areas. We got lucky and have a huge grassy area that's perfect for the kids. They only have 4 campfire pits for the entire park so we had to wait for one to become available. They are $5 a day. A bit of a pain but they do have community fire area. hosts are very friendly and helpful. Pool is indoor and large which is perfect for rainy days. Very close to Mt Rainer Natl Park and Mt St Helens. Lots of fun hiking surround this park. There is a restaurant and high priced grocery nearby.Overall, pleased with this campground. We will be back! - Wendle123
Aug 2014 - $1.00
Nightly Rate reflects ROD. ($0) If you like signs with posted rules, this is your place, they are plastered everywhere! We tried the Tengonet Wifi service for one day to see how well it worked. It only connected to one of our 4 devices, and was so slow that it was virtually impossible to do anything on the internet. There are very few 50 amp sites with full hookups. The campground is very quiet, clean and well maintained. The office personnel were very courteous. - simonsrf
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Stayed for three nights to visit Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainer. This is a very convenient location (Randle, WA) for visiting between the two parks. The campground is a little odd. It is a family business with extremely nice people. They had just harvested their garden and shared the bounty with us. The office is extremely messy- looks like a bad junk store but that did not bother me.
The laundry room was large and worked but had not been cleaned for a while. Again, this did not bother me as I made sure the machines were clean and they were. So honestly I was pretty pleased with the park overall. Nice people, spacious sites and convenient with an acceptable price.
The price reflects the Passport America discount. My husband and I would stay again. - lindy j
Jul 2015 - $18.00
Passport America rate for five nights for a spacious site with water and 50 amp electric. The Passport America rate for this park does not include sewer connection. Sites are grass and on level ground. Though the park has many large trees, our site was in an open area that allowed satellite reception. We also had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. This is very nice park for exploring Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens. There is road noise during the day, but mostly quiet at night. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Oct 2014 - $17.00
The campground is very quiet in a wooded area. There are shady and sunny places. The price is based on Passport America. Good location between Mount Rainer and Mount St Helen. Very fast internet. The owners are very friendly. We would definitely come back again. - usa