This is a nice State Park, nestled in amongst a fairly lush/dense undergrowth, situated close to Port Orchard, WA., in Washington's Puget Sound area.
There aren't a whole lot of parks in this area of Puget Sound, so this park would make a good 'base camp' if you were looking at staying in the area to do some exploring. Easy day ride to Seattle and area, as well!

Campsites were quite spacious, with the majority of them being slightly biased to the small RV/pop-up crowd, but still some very nice sites for tenters. Although the park is rather 'hilly' in spots, nearly all sites were level.

All sites have a picnic table and fire ring, There is water near to each site, flush toilets, fee showers and a section of the park has electric at each site. No WiFi.

There is also a Group Camping area that must be reserved..

I attended a 3 day Meet & Greet here with a group of Goldwingers.

All in all, a very nice, quiet park.

I stayed at this park July 12 -14 2011

Conditions during my stay was mainly sunny, with the odd brief shower and temps running in the 75 - 85* during the day, with the nights cooling off to the upper 50s- lower 60s

Cost per Night: - At the time of my stay, a 'regular' campsite cost $21/night, while one with electric was $27/night

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