The Meadow is another large loop but is more contained to the eastern side of Cascade Peaks. It does stretch from the Cowlitz River to Hwy 12. This area is great for groups wanting to have 4 or more sites together. Most of the Meadow sites are open and in the sun on the western side of the Meadow while the eastern side of the Meadow is more wooded but still with large areas for groups.
Full Hook Up Section
These sites have water, electricity and sewer hookups. There are 120 of them in 4 rows of 30. There is a cluster of 4 hook ups right together which are all back in sites. If you're here when it isn't full (which is often), you may be able to pull though. There is a grass strip between sets of sites if you're traveling with multiple campers and want a joint area.
Water Electric Sites
The rest of the designated campsites have water and electricity to them. They vary in size and shape. Some of the sites are close to each other and make for a good group spot. Others are individual sites that are perfect for one family. The sites are trailer and RV friendly but depending on the size of your camper, the site might not be the best. All of them are tent friendly.
11519 U.S. Hwy. 12, Randle, WA 98377
Phone (360) 494-9202
Wagon Trail is a straight shot through the center of our park running west to east. These sites are similar to the Cascade Loop sites. They are wooded with quite a bit of privacy for single campers or groups of two.
At Cascade Peaks, dry camping means that you are in a tent in a large open field. There are no picnic tables, fire pits or designated areas. You also won't have water or electricity. You will have access to all of our facilities.
We realize that this map is not very detailed. We're working at getting a more helpful one made. It is challenging due to the size of our park. Our spaces vary in size and shape by quite a bit. Please keep that in mind when making your reservation. Below the map and on either side are some descriptions that will hopefully help you understand our sites better.
Lodge Loop, Cowlitz Spur and Horseshoe Curve are smaller loops with pretty private spaces. The sites are really nice but the larger RVs and trailers could easily have trouble fitting into the spaces. These areas are great for tents.
Cascade Loop is one of our largest loops. It goes around the western side of the park, up along the Cowlitz River and down through the center of Cascade Peaks. Many of these sites are very wooded and secluded. There are a few nice areas along Cascade Loop for groups. The sites near the river which we affectionately refer to as "the Point" are really sot after so think about booking in advance.