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We stayed at a site right next to the river. Big double campsite, we fit three two person tents comfortably, two cars. The surrounding area is beautiful, lots of cool hikes to do.
The campground itself was beautiful, tons of space, the camp host was...More
Took this campground because we could not get a spot in Mount Rainier National Park. The camp is right outside of Mt. Rainier on the south west entrance. The camp is wonderfully situated in dense forest - it takes a little to drive back off...More
We camped here 8 nights in our small, 17' travel trailer. There are a total of 130 sites, some single ($20/night) and some multi ($38/night). Price is half with Golden Age pass. Early in the week there are many open sites; weekends are packed. About...More
I stayed here in my 23ft. travel trailer. There are no hookups and no dump station.
Cell phone reception is absolutely nil if you have AT&T, and that includes pretty much anywhere in south Mt. Rainier National Park. Not even at the visitor center, and...More
La Wis Wis Forest Service campground shows its age. I believe it was first established in 1937, as that is the date on the blueprints of the Forest Service building that is ostensibly being 'renovated'.
Situated between the Ohanepecosh and Cowlitz rivers, it is dominated...More