We found this Oregon State Park by accident and think it is a small gem of a park with old growth trees, Maple, Cedar, Fir. Swimming is available in nearby stream. Staff was very friendly, no reservation available, it is first come first served. There are sinks for "gray water" disposal about every 100 feet or so which we found very handy. We highly recommend this campground.
We stayed here for 2 days and two at Cape Disappointment. We liked Grayland better because of the grassy sites and the closer access to the ocean. Having been here 5 days we understand the name Grayland, we saw the sun for a total of 5 minutes. Reservations are a must have. Showers are free at Grayland, but cost 50 cents for 3 minutes at the Cape, minor detail. Sites are spacious at both campgrounds, staff was more accommodating at Grayland.
This is a 5 star campground which has very, very friendly staff. Grassy shaded and quiet sites. Small campground, reservations are a must during the summer season. It's close to Mt Rainier entrance. We have stayed here twice and will return again.
Very nice campground. Very friendly campground host. We stayed here in July and it tended to be windy. Also the mosquitoes are a problem. Lewis and Clark camped here 205 years ago and complained about the mosquitoes too.
We consider this a great campground and plan to stay here again in the future. Although it is close to I-90, the noise was no problem for us. The restrooms were clean. We would recommend this campground.
We had reservations for 2 nights, but left after one night. The campground is adjacent to a very busy highway and very noisy. There is no grass just gravel and dirt, creating much dust. The store sells firewood which campers burned all night creating acrid smoke which caused us breathing problems. This is a typical KOA in that the sites are small and campers are packed in like sardines. No more KOAs for us.