his one is way out there. It is situated in deep forest heavily wooded with gigantic 500 year old DouglasFirs and Western Cedars. Some sites are adjacent to the West Fork of the Humptulips River. Overall, the campground is very picturesque.If you like solitude, this one may be for you. found this camp in Rays Guides, free campgrounds in Washington State.
Posted by: sam572
on July 2, 2007
hiking and fishing
picnic tables, toilets, fire grates for tents and small trailers.
Q: is there spaces available for today till sunday -Sage Lynn Tasker
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Reviewed by Troy Wells on July 9, 2014
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Great campground. It is deep in the forest. I was their over the fourth and did not hear any fireworks. Only about 8 maybe 10 campsites, but the nicest vault toilets I have ever used. It is 11 miles of well kept gravel road. Well worth the drive for this campground. I will definitely be back.
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