Small park on Puget Sound Waterfront site. No waterfront campsites. One restroom for the park. Water at spigots in 3-4 locations around park. Electric connections are located such that at back-in sites electric is on the left, while pull through sites electric is on the right. This is the reverse of all campgrounds we have ever been to. If you select this park, bring very long extra extension cords. Excellent park for tents. Some Yurts are available. Park ranger service is inattentive due to budget cuts. Camp host was not visibly present. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice county park. The rangers patrol regularly and make sure everything is as it should be. The sites are very spacious and there are a lot of trees to provide shade. The water is a short but rigorous hike downhill where there is a very nice park for walking the dog or sitting by the shore. The beach is rocky. Overall we enjoyed this campground very much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice County park. This is a publicly owned park and campground. No alcohol is allowed in the campground or the park at all and is clearly posted but having a beer in a unmarked cup won't get you thrown out. Getting loud might get you thrown out because that's when they come to see if you have been drinking. I've camped here more then a few times and the sites are well spaced and secluded. More then half the sites are pull thru. All have electricity hookups but no water or sewer. Water is available out common use spigots so you can fill your fresh water tank easily. The nearest dump station is about 5 miles away at Lake Goodwin State park. The campground is VERY clean and quiet. Well maintained and a trail down to the bay is located within the campground. Some campsites have a view of the water but most don't due to the dense foliage and trees.This year they added a new restroom with a shower. Very nice. All campsites have a firepit. Firewood is available at the campground and it's cheap! When you register you can pay for firewood by the dollar amount. 5 dollars will give you a nice pile. the beauty of the system they have is they bring the firewood to your site and stack it neatly near your firepit. This is a first-come, First-served campground but they have yurts that are available on a reserve basis. The only minus about this campground is the distance to the beach. It's a long walk downhill but if you like walking, you'll find plenty of trails or just take a long beach walk. The beach is very well maintained and has numerous picnic shelters and firepits as well. The beach has a fee to enter if you are not camping but all campers get free access. We camped here in a camper.