September 4, 2019 - reviewed by Jimmy
We stayed here for 5 nights and we loved it. My cat walks on a leash so my son and I would take her for long walks on the trails. We fished a little caught a couple but when we go back going to take the small boat with a trolling motor.
We also took a day trip up to Walupt Lake if you want to completely unplug Walupt Lake would be the spot no cel service for about 14 miles either direction.
July 23, 2019 - reviewed by Jana
Where Are The Camp Hosts?
Unfortunately we didn’t have a great experience there aside from meeting some wonderful neighbors. We love coming to this lake for kayaking and wildlife but it was way too loud at night with camp hosts nowhere in site. This happened both nights. The smell of gasoline was overwhelming from the jet skis and boats on the side of the camp with the lower numbers. Book the other side if you can as it’s much calmer. Camp hosts need to get their butts in gear! We never saw them besides between the check out and check In time. Not to mention we could use the sewer hook ups this time but nobody mentioned a refund for that part. Hope you have. Abetter experience there!
July 10, 2019 - reviewed by Jim Boyer
Don’t Pass On This One!!!!!
Beautiful Park!!! The wife and I stayed one night on our way to the coast. Very clean and the staff was friendly.... if you want a quiet place this is it..... We camped in a 28’ Rv with slides and had plenty of room... fishing wasn’t great that day but lots fish jumping... we would of stayed longer but had to get going.... we will be back for sure.....
July 31, 2018 - reviewed by JenH
Our family had so much fun exploring at this park. We were able to hike and bike on the short trails and had a great time playing in the water. The camp sites are spacious and clean.
July 15, 2018 - reviewed by Cindy
Ike Kineswa is a fun campground. Excellent access to the water and the sites are fairly private.
The last time we camped there (June 2018) the septics for most of the RV sites were inoperable. They do have a sewer dump but we hate having to pack up to haul it over to dump it... blah, blah, blah. Not to mention our RV allows us to clean the inside of our tanks but we couldn’t do that either because the dump station didn’t have a hose.
July 6, 2018 - reviewed by Tony Bryant
What a great place to experience my first RV trip. Excellent place to learn about setting up camp and dealing with dumping the tanks afterwards. Had my SUP (paddle board) and there was very calm waters early in the morning on the lake. Highly recommend this spot to others.
June 7, 2018 - reviewed by Katherine
This park is awesome. Some spots are right along the water but each spot is spacious and can accommodate tents. The water is warm enough to swim and we've caught trout everytime. You can tie up boats close to your campsite
March 22, 2018 - reviewed by Ryan C
Great place to relax. Nice trail that walks along the lake. Park has hookups, somewhat private sites, private, and some that look over the water! Would recommend this place to anyone
January 17, 2017 - reviewed by Mschirber
This was a lovely spot to spend the night. After a day at Mt Rainier National Park (campgrounds are closed at Rainier) we were grateful for a quiet spot to park our RV. Beautiful sites surrounded by evergreens.
August 4, 2016 - reviewed by Dani
This is probably one of the prettiest campsites we have ever stayed at on the west coast. Very private, lots of wildlife. Lake is beautiful and quiet with great fishing. The restrooms are hard to get to at night as you need to go through some primitive trails, but if you're in an rv it's not an issue. Kids loved riding their bikes among the multiple campsite loops and to the swimming hole.