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Generous camping spots and clean restrooms. Hot showers are extra, but you have to purchase tokens from ranger station. Since we got there after station closed and left before it opened, we were unable to use showers. Still would recommend, just FYI. Quiet campground and...More
PROS: Larger, well groomed camp sites; Lake offers boating, paddling, swimming and fishing; Well maintained rest rooms; Full and partial hookups available; Cabins available.
CONS: Motor boats and jet skies can get loud; Trails are limited and some have eroded along lake front; Restrooms are...More
Our group has been coming to this park and camping since 1993. This park never fails to disappoint. Beautiful lake Mayfield is perfect for swimming, boating, and whatever water activities you enjoy. Very peaceful, except for all the laughing!
This was our first time camping at a Washington State Park. Our camp site backed up to the Lake Mayfield (#85). We loved the fact that the sites had so much space. In Oregon, some parks "pack you in" like sardines! We loved the trees...More
We were looking for a beach to cool off in and picnic. Found this gem! Awesome place to spend the day with the kids. Nice bathrooms, play area. Lots of room. Didn't feel crowded. Kids swim area was great. We enjoyed watching all the boats...More
Ike Kinswa State Park is a small state park, located about 20 minutes east of Interstate 5. The park is beautiful, with tall trees and thick forest, nestled on the banks of Mayfield Lake. Though it feels secluded, the park is small, and unfortunately does...More
One kinswa has been our fav state park. It's right on the lake. Across the street is a swimming area for those little ones on a hot day. There are trails to walk if your a outdoors nature walk. Somewhere along the lake trail, I...More
My family and I absolutely loved this park. There are many camp sites to choose from and lots of space to roam. There are some pretty cool, easy trails to walk or ride around and personally I loved that the swim area was across the...More
Very well designed with large spaces far enough apart that you feel have a sense of privacy even when every site is booked as was the case when we were there last week. The park itself is on a spit of land and many sites...More