There are assorted types of camp sites here. These include sites with electrical utilities, tent camping areas, and a walk in / bike in camp site. Horse camping is available, but located along the main paved road between the north entrance to the park and the day use / picnic areas.
The number of spaces is quite limited, and therefore expect the camp to be fully occupied during peak weekends and reasonably warm summer days.
For the most part, the camp sites are first come first served. The self-service reservation kiosk is at the end of the road loop through the camp sites (see photo 2). This allows you to grab an unoccupied camp site and then proceed to the registration kiosk.
Please note that one of the loops specifically prohibits trailers due to its narrow nature and the difficulty of extracting a vehicle of any length from these camp sites. See photo 3.
A sign is posted outside the entrance to the camping area loop which gives instructions on how to use the self-service system. See photo 4.
The camp sites that are close to the Chehalis River are also close to Highway 6, and thus have traffic noise. However, this highway is not one that is hugely busy all night, unlike a major interstate.
Located in deep forest. Spots closer to Chehalis River get more traffic noise from highway 6, but most spots reasonably quiet.
Showers are available, but they are pay showers.
While there is a pit toilet in one part of the campground, there are also flush toilets available in another part of the campground.
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