April 29, 2019 - reviewed by Dawn
A very lovely park and probably best enjoyed in the off season. We spent 1 night here with little company on a Sunday in April. Even saw Mt. Ranier! Be forewarned: they were only taking cash or check when the park office was closed. We made arrangements with the park host to pay the fee on Monday morning before we left by debit card.
August 18, 2018 - reviewed by JorgyPartyof5
A very popular state park with day use area (lake), camping, hiking trail, and a dam overlook.
Pluses: the lake, the hiking trail, the scenic dam overlook.
Cons: not much privacy, lots of people on the weekends (to be expected in the summer), not all the RV spots have septic, if you get a non septic spot the dump station does not allow you to sani-flush your tanks.
Armed with a little more knowledge, we will definitely be back to this state park!
July 15, 2018 - reviewed by Cindy
It’s an ok park for us. There is no privacy at all. You are very close to Alder Lake though. Great area for fishing and picnicking by the water. Can be tricky parking with longer RVs.
May 22, 2016 - reviewed by Francine
Have camped in the 'group' camping area annually for many years. The park is beautiful, bathrooms and showers are very well maintained and camp hosts are friendly. The cost $35 per night with no discounts available in the group area. Only gave a 4 star rating because no TV or wifi (which actually is a good thing) and for this price is usually available.
September 11, 2015 - reviewed by B.
Rocky Point Annex
We were actually at the southern end of the lake, closer to Elbe. Very pretty park. Has some road noise but that lessens during the night.