Nice park in the National Park. Good sites, great views. Water available in the park. No showers, no Wi-Fi signal, no TV signal, no phone reception. May dump on way out of park and refill tanks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Cougar Rock is a beautiful wooded campground in the southwest corner of the park. There are plenty of hiking opportunities from the campground or within a few miles. While it is in the forest, the view of Mt. Rainier from the access road is spectacular! There is a nightly campfire program during the summer. An outdoor enthusiast could easily spend a week here! The one drawback is that the pads for most campsites are a combination of broken pavement and gravel. Some are quite uneven and many are rough. If you have a big rig, there are very few sites that would accommodate you. Some of the interior roads have tight corners. Also, a big rig may have trouble accessing the dump station because of its tight radius. The campsites for the most part have good privacy. All in all, a very relaxing place to be! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is beautiful.Lots of space between campsites. They do have a dump station. Lots to see and do. Will stay there again when in the area. We have a 36 ft motorhome with an extra 4ft of bike lift and we had no problem fitting or going
around the curves. We stayed in loop B. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is very pretty, lots of mature trees and a nice river running through it. But it is kind of busy although the sites are well-spaced, there's not much privacy between sites. We could see and hear our neighbors at all times. Because this campground is accessible to fairly big trailers (up to 27 feet), there were a few folks using generators, which was annoying. There are several nice hikes right nearby. Since the campground is below 2000 feet, it was warmer than other campgrounds in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We're almost halfway through our 6-week trip to 14 national parks and many state parks in-between and this is our favorite so far. Absolute beautiful campground in old growth woods with towering trees and a roaring river at our site tucked in the corner of loop A. We actually had two sites (one for our tow vehicle) because it was very tight getting into our motorhome site. At 32ft we maxed out the size limit so we had reserved the extra just in case. And we needed it. But well worth the effort and extra money. Some open sites and we have perfect weather for the two days we stayed. A drive up to the Paradise visitor's center was awesome. Recently built new in 2006 they have excellent exhibits and facilities. So much snow still on the ground, hikers were carrying their skis for the trip down. We hiked a numbers of lower level trails in the campground and around the park. No showers available but not an issue for us. We can't wait to visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the classic NPS campground - tucked away in the woods, with semi-private sites, and the charming nature shows at night. We enjoyed our stay, except for the guy with the noisy generator next door. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Ohanapecosh is a beautiful rustic campground set in an old growth forest in Mount Rainier National Park. We enjoy camping here in the spring or fall when there are no crowds. There is plenty to do here with hiking, a river and a visitor's center. However, we downgraded the campground because many campsites are close together with little privacy, the pads are often broken pavement, and the restrooms are old and need to be refurbished. The campground can be crowded, loud and smoky on a busy summer weekend. The campground does have a dump station. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The rate was Golden Age (1/2 price) rate. Toilets are flush but there are no showers. This is one of those jewels of the old Park Service campground network. It is situated right at the foot of towering Mt Rainier and there is a two mile trail to the overlook of Emmons Glacier Terminus, the largest glacier in the lower 48 states. We were in a 17-footer and will camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An excellent CG in a NP. Quiet and serene with several hiking trails that start from the park. Sites in B and C loops are pretty steep, but some in A and D loops are fine. Only a few pull-throughs, but we found a back-in that fit our 31' coach. The sign states a maximum of 27', but we found several that would work, including two right on the White River. We hope to return in the not-too-distant future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very lovely setting right on the river. The river is very wild milky glacial melt cascading over boulders, not for swimming or fishing. But the sound of rushing water is great. There are a few campsites right on the riverbank, but they go quickly. There are also a couple of pull-through sites, which are in high demand. The campground was very quiet, no generators were in use when we were there (although they are permitted). The campground also serves as the trail head for the Glacier Basin trail, so you get some backpacker and day-use traffic. The bathrooms were pretty good real flush toilets! But there are no lights at night, so bring your flashlight. We would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful campground along the White River near the Sunrise Visitor Center. It's first-come-first-serve, so it's best to arrive early to get a spot. Each site is spacious with a fire grate-pit (wood is available for purchase for $5/bundle + kindling). We stayed in a tent since they only allow RVs under 27'. We went hiking up at Sunrise on a crystal clear and sunny day. The Mt. Fremont hike is a must-do, beauty everywhere you look! Will definitely come back! We camped here in a Tent.