Great views of Hood Canal, with view of the Coyle Peninsula and the Olympics
surrounded by wild rhodedendrons and very private. All sites seem to have just the right amount of shade.
There are 3 sets of double sites which must be reserved in person. These are sites 6-7, 30-32, and 39-40. We highly recommend them.
There is one rustic Adirondack Shelter available for rent, tucked away beyond the Group Camp:
The Group Camp excedes that of most State Parks, both in beauty and in facilities:
Grandpa Joe's Cabin, as it is affectionately called, is a reproduction
of an historic cabin representing the early history of this area
The Main Day Use Area has the most sweeping views, the thickest blanket of trees, and the playground.
A small stream separates the two Day Use Areas, creating a cool oasis leading to the beach.
The quieter of the two Day Use Areas is adjacent to the historic Emel
House, a vintage 1911 home with quaint country atmosphere. It includes a country garden, a gazebo, huge shade trees, rolling lawns, and a
more peaceful (albeit, less kid-friendly) picnicking area.