This state park has some nice waterfront sites in the non-wooded section. It's located on Hood Canal and has a tranquil stream running through it that the young kids loved playing in. In season and with a license, you can harvest fresh oysters from the beach. The camp hosts were very friendly.
Well run park. Nice to have the town so close when you take a day off from sightseeing. The sites are long, but kind of close. Worked great as a base camp. Kid friendly, with a small playground and an area to play catch. Trees are small, providing no shade- but I saw lots of DirecTV dishes. The bathrooms were cleaned regularly and the employees patrolled often. We were here 7 nights.
Very nice, down to earth staff- lots of waving! Great park for the young kids. Nice pools including a large hot tub and a kids wading pool. The part of the park away from the pools was nice and quiet for those who aren't so fond of children. The park is located about 1/2 mile off of Hwy 20- no traffic noise, only the sound of the stream at night. Good size and variety of fairly level sites. We had an end site that had a very large grassy area and some big trees for shade. I saw a few DirecTV dishes set up in some sites. The facilities were nice and clean. The grounds are not "manicured and polished", but were more natural and for the most part neat. The surrounding area is a country/small farm setting. There were several sites still available when we showed up on a summer weekend.