This is a great old fashioned sort of campground set along the shores of Diablo Lake in North Cascades National Park. There are no hook-ups and the pads tend to be rather small although there were some rigs in the 30' range in the campground when we were there. There are flush toilets but no showers. A dump station is available. The primo sites here are best suited to those using tents as they are set up in such a way that you park your vehicle and then walk 10' to 15' to your campsite along the shore of the lake. There are beautiful views from these sites and some work OK for smaller rigs. If you enjoy sitting around the campfire, hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, bicycling or just being in the woods you'll enjoy this park. The not too difficult Thunder Knob trail leaves from the campground and takes you to gorgeous views of the Cascade Mountains and Ross Lake. The price I quote is for those with a Senior Access pass. Regular fee is $12 a night. We would definitely return! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All sites are primitive but paved. We were the only ones in the whole loop so had our pick of sites. This is a beautiful mountainous area but remote. There are many hiking trails for all ages. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really enjoyed this park but found the beach access very difficult. You have a long hike in and there are some huge dunes to get over. Not a problem if you are in good shape but we saw many people struggling. Kids loved the dunes and played on them for hours. Winds tend to be fierce in this area so dressing warmly, even in summer, is necessary. Lots of paved bike trails and hiking available. Very pretty park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is heavily wooded and it rains a lot here! It is a gorgeous area though. The campground is on Diabo Lake. It is a typical old national park campground and there are very few sites for large RVs. Cell phone service is not available and there are no nearby stores. There are no roads to explore other than the main highway but there are many trails. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the best NPS campgrounds we have ever stayed at. We were in loop C (which is the reservable loop). It is in an old-growth forest (moss-covered trees, ferns, etc.), which made for very beautiful surroundings and provided plenty of shade. Camp sites have paved driveways and have good space between them, which provides for good privacy. (Much better than some other NPS campgrounds we have stayed at in the past.) Bathrooms were clean with flushing toilets. There is a dump station with fresh water to fill up the water tank. The park rangers were all very nice. The campground is very close to the park visitors center, which was handy. We loved it! Would absolutely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent park. Nice sites that are not too close together. No showers. Dump station and fresh water at the exit. Very quite and peacefull. Verizon Wi-Fi worked quite well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this beautiful National Park campground in September and there were only three other RV's. Campsites are excellent with long back-ins and pull-thru sites. The hiking trails by the Skagit River were very nice. Since we have our senior inter agency pass for national parks we pay 50% less for camping which was $6. The park visitor center is close by and we watched to excellent movies on the Cascades. From here you can drive your tow vehicle to Gorge Dam and falls, Diablo Lake and the Ross Lake overlook. Great mountain and glacier views. Right near our campsite was the River Loop trail and it was a beautiful walk near the river and in the woods. This is an excellent place to stay in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.