Two camp sites, four tents and a fire going most of the day. Hot dogs & sausages are best cooked over flames
This place is at the far end of the Hood Canal, the water was almost warm when I walked into it. There was a creek too.
Like all Washington state parks that I have seen there was a fee for the showers
This one gave you around 3 minutes for a token.
You could get to this shower without a campsite.
The token machine was attached to the fee booth.
Talking about fees, two daughters rented the camping spots we just had to pay $10 a night as an "extra car" fee
The park is a good sized place, RV sites & tents were mixed together in some parts & others were just too small for, the sign said "No trailers over 18' "
Camping right next to the moving water is always a plus.
|Not our camp this time|
|The creek leaving the campground|
|The creek entering the Hood Canal|
Hood Canal runs into Puget Sound which goes into the Pacific Ocean, so you could go from here to Hawaii with the right equipment.
It's good to dream!
I had a good time.