New owners. If you lik camping on a river this a must. Nice pool cabins, and RV spots. We will be back.
The owner is very nice and listens to concerns. When we first got there it was late. GPS/Nav was off by 6 miles due to no reception and poor markings. We pulled in to find a usual resident complaining of the fire ban, but the owner was nice and told us our site. After getting settled in that night we woke up and the pool was getting ready for the day. Being an old KOA the amenities were nice but no dump along the creek. The pool is deep in the middle and shallow on both ends. The sites can be cramped but still a great place to camp. During elk and deer hunting season, it becomes base camp for a ton of hunters. Even has cool storage for your bagged animal.
August 2019 Class A 38 foot. This is decent place if you are coming to see Mount Rainier or looking for a weekend. Busy it s over an hour to Sunrise Visitor Center. But there are some issues. First people at camp store are very nice and friendly. There was a wild fire near and where full of info about the fire. A lot of the sites are on the river. All have fire pits. They have a heated pool. Are for volleyball. They do have a shower house but didn t use. They do have cabins and old school motel rooms. There is a restaurant next to the camp store. It isn t ran by the campground, the lease the building to the restaurant. Food wasn t bad, but little pricey. Now the bad. No cell service. This may be what you re looking for but as a full time rver not us. We still have a few bills that have to be paid. Sites are close. 39 wasn t bad because you only have someone on your back side. Not all sites have sewer which is a deal breaker. But dump station was out of service. Flooded out the winter of 2018/2019. Guy said we could use a sites to dump that wasn t being used but chose not too.