Penrose Point State Park
State Parkwrite a review 1 158th Avenue Kp South Lakebay, WA 98349 253-884-2514
GPS: 47.259, -122.744
|Last Price Paid:||$25|
|Number of Sites:||82|
|Max Length:||35 ft|
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canyak would stay here again
Reviewed Apr 20, 2019
We stayed here for one night on our way north. It was the off season, so they are first come, first served, no reservations on all sites. We arrived midweek before 3 pm and most of the campground was empty, so we had no trouble getting a site, even with some of the campground closed off for the winter. Even later in the evening we would have had no trouble.
The campground has tight turns and close trees, so I wouldn’t recommend it for large rigs, but it was not too bad for our 30’ Airstream. There were several sites we could have fit in - many of the sites are quite large, but the limiting factor is the road through the campground. The site we stayed in was a pull through, but we backed out of it because of the tight angle and a stump on the inside curve.
There are no hookups, but water sources are located throughout the campground. We had one right next to our trailer. They are not threaded however. The campground is heavily treed, so you are unlikely to get any solar power at any site. There is a dump station off the main road on your way out that is free to campers.
It’s a quiet campground with lots of trees and plenty of space and greenery between sites. There’s a nice trail down to the water. The water is not visible from the campsites though.
One negative is you will have to pay a toll to cross back over the new Narrows bridge to get back to the I5/Tacoma/Seattle area, which for us was $12 for 4 axles.
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