This is very beautiful park on the Sequim Bay. The loop with hookups is very tight and small. We had full hookups but the rate of $42 is a bit steep for a state park. That is why I gave it a low rating. The only reason we would not stay here is the price.
For this type of campground it is very nice. It is in the city and the sites are very close together and tight. But it was clean and very well kept. Office personal was friendly and helpful and the mostly permanent residents were friendly. If you stay here try to get into the old sections. The new section has big rocks instead of grass and it hard to walk on. It is convenient to visit the stuff in and around the city. Rate reflects Good Sam. We would stay here again.
A very nice Army Corp park. We had a very nice site right next to the Snake river. Nice big sites. Our rate was during the week with a senior pass. We would definitely stay here again. Host very friendly and helpful. Fills up on the weekends, but on this Thursday night several empty sites.
This is a great park. All roads and sites are paved. Sites are large and shady. Some sites are reservable and some are first come. Hosts were friendly and helpful. There are trails to the Williamson river and Spring creek. Close to Crater Lake also. There is a trail to the Logging museum which a very neat place to see very old up to present day logging equipment. We would definitely stay here again.
For us this is a nice park for an overnight stay or two. Very quiet and close to the redwood trees. It was clean, well kept and easy to get into. Some sites have shade. If you are interested in seeing the redwoods without going into the park, a short distance west of the campground is a road named Walker. There is parking and some great trails that wind thru the awesome trees on that road. Warning, the road west of this park (hwy 199) to the coast is very winding and very narrow for big rigs. There are big redwoods at the very edge of the pavement in some turns. Route 197 is the better way to go. We would definitely stay here again.