Don't touch this place. Upon arrival we were greeted by some friendly, but somewhat unkept men hanging around the office area. The woman in charge arrived, took our money, cash only, and pointed out our campsite. As we drove to it on the main campground road I struck a branch with my A/C cover, putting a hole in it. After sawing off the branch I inquired as to what she was going to do about the damage. She responded nothing and kept insisting it was my fault. She repeatedly refused to provide me with the name of her insurance company or even her own name. I finally got my money back and left. We contacted the Chamber of Commerce and were advised her name was Ginger Peet. The general appearance of the campground was dirty and unkept.
This place is ok for a night or two but probably not for a season. The staff is friendly. The sites are long enough and paved, but very narrow. You can open your slides, but that's it. There are shrubs between sites, but no grass. The "lake" is what I would call a small pond. The park is on a busy road but you don't hear much traffic because it's located in a hollow. It's about 20 miles to Seattle, and the trip is ok as long as it's not rush hour or you run across an accident.
This park is only one year old and the planted trees have not yet grown enough to provide shade.Once they are grown they will in my opinion rate a 10. The staff is friendly, the sites are grassy and large. The pads are level and concrete and it is well located just off I-90. There are lots of sights to see in the area. Overall, an excellent choice.