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Photos: Alder Lake Park Campground
The water levels of the Lake can rise and fall depending on the Dam and time of year...
There are separate areas for kayaking...
Fishing , and swimming.
swimming area in Main Campground:
swimming areas at Sunny Beach Day Use Area:
But for camping, there are four distinct Campgrounds:
(largest campground, most sites are pull-throughs, still the best for RV camping)
Because the park can be packed during hot weather, the Main Campground can also seem cramped, particularly in the tent camping spur (below). And if you get an unruly family next to you, you're stuck.
(tents only, most are walk-in sites; it is also the best camping in the Park)
ELK PLAIN CAMPGROUND
(best fishing access, poorest privacy; it is a small triangle surrounding a children's play area, and will not be attractive to all)
campsite 308 (the only tent site)
campsite 321 (ADA site)
ROCKY POINT CAMPGROUND
(no tents, all have hookups, some road noise, lake access)
Campsite 403 (ADA Site)
Campsite 409 (lakeview)
Campsites 421-422 (double site)
The Campeverycountywa.com Crew sharing a non-traditional camping meal of chicken tikka masala, pacora, and nan bread:
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