Reviews for Mt Rainier National Park / Cougar Rock Campground

| Peaceful Stay

By user-5834428... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-07-13 to 2015-07-17

It was nice and quiet. There are partial views of the mountains through the trees in some of the sites. There are no services so fill the tank and charge the batteries. You can use a generator anywhere but the E Loop. The wonderland trail passes next to the campground. Paradise is 20 min away and Longmire is about 5 min away. There are bathrooms with potable on each loop. Great Stay!

| Nice NPS Campground

By user-5328489... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-06-28 to 2019-06-30

Loop A and Loop R are first come first serve. We got one of se wral open sites and stayed two days while we explored Mt. Rainier. Pull through site was plenty big for my 25' TT and Silverado. Fairly level site. You pick a site then pay at a kiosk at the Ranger Office. $20 per night unless you have a Senior Pass, which gets you a 50% discount. No services, typical of National Park.

| I love this campground. Lots of nature

By user-6108125... on 2019-08-09.

It is dry camping but the surroundings are well worth the inconvenience. Very shaded with a lot of large trees for shade. We were visited by an abundance of wildlife. An assortment of birds ground squirrels and even a deer.