There are dozens of ramondas, picnic tables and fire pits off Main Street, a well traveled groomed dirt road.
Just off the highway and Main Street there are flush toilets, coin operated showers and dumpsters. There are numerous clean pit...
We did not camp here but we did go to shore and check it out. We came in by boat and moored overnight.
Small, one loop campground with lots of shade. There are a couple of sites that might work for a big rig. Probably more suited for smaller...
We did not stay but checked it out.
Large, big rig, level gravel parking lot that boarders the fairgrounds. There was a dump station and potable water was available for a fee. There were open bathrooms but they had not been serviced in quite...
It is free, but you must have a Discover Pass. We purchased our Discover Pass online on site, very convenient!
It was hot while we were there. With our windows open the highway can be heard.
Big rig friendly, relatively flat, outhouse, lake...
Other reviewers did a good job describing this park. A couple things to add though.
We held a family reunion campout in one of the group sites (Scott Field) that could accommodate 250 people. Huge “grassy” area, covered pavilion, newer pit...
We use this dump station to and from Priest Lake. Easy access, clean.
This state park is part of Washington’s marine parks and we have accessed this park many times by water.
This park seems to not ever be very busy. There were 2 sites available on the 4th of July weekend 2019. Some sites are somewhat long, but...
Early summer 2019, the 1.5 mile road was in good condition.
We arrived on a Sunday afternoon just as the perfect pull through was being vacated, site 5. Two pull throughs and 18 back in sites. Big rig friendly both in height and length for...
The 3 mile road in was pretty good, early summer 2019.
Arrived on a Friday to see a work group putting up new signage and a newly installed pit toilet.
Suitable for big rigs. We were the only ones there.
Other reviewers did a good job...
Very quiet fairground setting. We arrived on a Saturday with sites available.
As you enter the sites on the right are back in, to the left can be pull throughs if there are not a lot of people already parked.
FHU for $18 if you have...
"Lots of ramandas, tables and fire pits. "
"Small, shady campground (as of 8/13/19 closed due to sewer issues) "
"Large gravel parking lot with free parking for 72 hours. "
"Four stars for “FREE” camping!"
"July 2019, closed for repairs, potable water is available. "
"Small state park with beach access. "
"Nice Forest Service camping experience!"
"Accepts Passport America!"
"A pretty steep grade up, not suitable for larger RV’s like us!"
"Suited our needs and honors Passport America!"
"Our snowbird relatives live here and LOVE it! "
"A bit spendy during the high season for overnighters. "
"Newer Forest Service Campground. "
"Another older Forest Service campground. "
"Older Forest Service Campground. "
"Another great spot up in this high country. "
"FR 512, AKA Young’s Highway, paved for 3 miles. "
"Campground was open in March. "
"Best Arizona State Park so far!"
"You must be self contained to stay here, no restrooms!"
"$10 gets you 30 amp power, level site, cement slab and a picnic table. "
"March 2019 update on this property"
"Private land, $5 day use, $15 overnight. "
"Written from a big rig point of view after arriving on Saturday and it rained 3 prior. "
"Still free, easy in and out on the north side. "
"Just a big circular gravel lot. "
"A nice little place to recharge!"
"Nice private view from our cul de sac!"
"Reguires a 7 day $30 Pass, which cannot be bought on site."
"$30 Pass gets you a week of camping."
"Another great midweek experience!"
"Great place if you are fishing this section of the Green River!"
"Narrow sites but not crowded. "
"Great mid week camping!"