The entrance and welcome center.
There is a nice mini golf located here.
There is a good place to unhook toads as you enter.
The place is pretty wooded. Several camping loops. The map that they give you has the sites marked that will receive satellite TV signals.
They have some nice tent sites, with water views.
There is only one section that has sewer connections, about 60 sites, some cabins too. To get into one of these places, you must get on their waiting list and check each morning at 10 AM to see if there is an opening.
The park has it's share of 'annual' sites. Mostly in the FHU area, or sites with a nice water view.
There is a nice Family center, trading post, laundry area with a great view of the Skagit Bay. There is WiFi in there, not very speedy, but it is there..
Behind the Family center, along the Skagit Bay beach, I was able to get some Verizon cell service.
No pool, and right now, no spa either.
Nice views of Skagit Bay.
This is the loop we picked. The Salmon Loop.
Our site, #200.
Some more cabins and 'Annual' sites.
The boat launch.
The Adult lodge.
There are several trails around the park.
This is a good park. The area is great, with the town of La Conner and Mount Vernon nearby. I haven't heard any trains go by, but there have been military jets flying around.
Really wish they had better cell/internet here.
We will gladly come back here though.