In March 2014 many of the camping sites were still closed (and muddy from recent rains). There were a few sites available at the top (on the hill). These sites are large and have a lot of privacy but no views. There are 4 to 6 sites that are down on the water. These water sites have very little privacy but incredible views of the bay! You can watch the ferry go by and walk all around the beach and Spencer Spit. Beware that it is quite a walk down the hill to the beach sites and thus a hike back UP the hill. You can not park your car right next to these sites. It is still worth it, but just consider how much camping stuff you are going to haul up/down the hill. Bathrooms were clean with flush toilets (but no showers). As an additional FYI, I found people on this tiny island very friendly; I highly recommend Lopez Island! Note: there are very few restaurants on the island so it is important to bring food and drinks with you (or at least snacks!).
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