Address :
4008 Washington 6, Chehalis
Phone :
(360) 291-3767
Category :
Tourism

Favorable Reviews

joyce-hambright

went camping this weekend and liked it except for 2 things noisy neighbors and a rude park ranger. overall the campground is well kept along w/ clean bathrooms,but that being said the campers who come to party should be told to keep it down by the park rangers usually we stay at state parks for this reason,that they keep the party's and drinking out. it is quite a drive from chehalis at least 16 mi, so buy what you need as no big stores close by. went to closest town of Pe Ell and everything was really overpriced.nice beautiful park w/ plenty of hiking trails throughout.


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judd-lee

The fees the park requires camping here keeps the "kids" from showing up to drink, as I have experienced in other parks. Camp spots are spacious for the most part, restroom/shower clean and well heated in the cooler months. We had a fantastic stay


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Critical Reviews

a-google-user

It is sad, that these so called public spaces are turning into place that only the wealthy can enjoy.


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brian-h

The bridge was destroyed by a flood, not high winds. A new bridge has been put in just past where the old bridge was previously located.


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a-google-user

The bridge that connects the north campgrounds/fields/picnic area and the south trails was destroyed dec 2007, apparently by high winds. As of jul 2011 still no bridge. We went here to walk the dog on the way to the beach, and went to the north side where the check-in and restrooms were. We paid the $10 fee and then found the bridge to the bit we actually wanted to go to was out. We then drove to the trailhead on the side of the highway and found the trails had not been maintained for several years. It was still a nice hike, but we had to turn around and try another direction several times when the trails became unpassable. If your intent is to camp or have a family gathering, that part of the park looked just fine, so go for it. If you want to hike, check if the bridge is rebuilt and the trails cleared before going.


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  • Rainbow Falls State Park

    went camping this weekend and liked it except for 2 things noisy neighbors and a rude park ranger. overall the campground is well kept along w/ clean bathrooms,but that being said the campers who come to party should be told to keep it down by the park rangers usually we stay at state parks for this reason,that they keep the party's and drinking out. it is quite a drive from chehalis at least 16 mi, so buy what you need as no big stores close by. went to closest town of Pe Ell and everything was really overpriced.nice beautiful park w/ plenty of hiking trails throughout.

  • Rainbow Falls State Park

    It is sad, that these so called public spaces are turning into place that only the wealthy can enjoy.

  • Sharing my Thoughts

    The fees the park requires camping here keeps the "kids" from showing up to drink, as I have experienced in other parks. Camp spots are spacious for the most part, restroom/shower clean and well heated in the cooler months. We had a fantastic stay

  • Rainbow Falls State Park

    The bridge was destroyed by a flood, not high winds. A new bridge has been put in just past where the old bridge was previously located.

  • Rainbow Falls State Park

    The bridge that connects the north campgrounds/fields/picnic area and the south trails was destroyed dec 2007, apparently by high winds. As of jul 2011 still no bridge. We went here to walk the dog on the way to the beach, and went to the north side where the check-in and restrooms were. We paid the $10 fee and then found the bridge to the bit we actually wanted to go to was out. We then drove to the trailhead on the side of the highway and found the trails had not been maintained for several years. It was still a nice hike, but we had to turn around and try another direction several times when the trails became unpassable. If your intent is to camp or have a family gathering, that part of the park looked just fine, so go for it. If you want to hike, check if the bridge is rebuilt and the trails cleared before going.

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