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Campsite opened from 01 January till 31 December
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4 / 5 (21 votes )

Grandy Creek RV Campground

7370 Russell Road
98237, Concrete
Washington, the United States

Grandy Creek RV Campground is a campsite in Concrete , the United States. Dogs are allowed on this campsite.

On Grandy Creek RV Campground it's possible to camp with a caravan or a camper. You can find several recreational activities on the campsite. There's a sand beach.

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Caravans
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Electricity

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Dogs

Recreation
Sand beach
Golf court
Boat hire
Boat slip way
Fishing

Sanitary
Baby change facilities


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Anonymous
English (US)
We were going to stay here, however, chose to leave our rig about an hour away due to time constraints. Beautiful campground though. Wish we would've stayed here. It would have been VERY damp in mid-October if we stayed but the beauty would've been worth it. Lots to see and do around. Amazing hikes nearby. Hope to upload the video drive-thru that we did. If you get a chance to stay here, do it.
1 year ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Recreation.gov classified this site as RV ready for a 30 foot trailer. Not so. I spent an hour with the camp host cutting back the brush and tree limbs to get my RV in the site. Worst of all the is that Recreation.gov did not advertise that there is a three mile uninproved dirt road littered with deep pot holes, like a mine field. I do not recommend anyone take a 30 foot RV in there.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We travel full time and, generally speaking, we need to be connected to the internet so my wife can work a part time job. I scheduled Goodell purposefully on the two days of the week she is officially off work because of the review just below this one which states: "The Verizon service was marginal and barely enough for a video call. It worked, but was not ideal for heavy internet use even with an extender." The report was written in August of 2020 and is no longer true. We have 4 bars of Verizon service in Site #5 and enough bandwidth for browsing the internet or streaming. I am composing this review in the campground. This time of year and because the snowpack is plentiful this year, the sound of Goodell Creek as it moves by Site #5 is thunderous. Great for opening the windows at night for sleeping in the 50 degree F. temps. We have a 25' van with a carrier on the back making our total length about 28' and fit nicely into Site #5. Getting a site is by reservation, but, and this is a great exception. If you arrive without a reservation and there's a placard on the site post that says "Free," indicating the site is not reserved, you can move into it and it's free to you for the night. You may have to move if the site is reserved the next day. The $10.00 site fee reflects a senior discount.
2 years ago

Storm Trooper
English (US)
There a numerous Forest Service campgrounds on the road following the shoreline of Baker Lake. Shannon Creek is the last one on the road making for a more secluded place. The last several miles are a typical fairly rough gravel road with washboard and a few potholes. The FS is currently working on some upgrades so our site had the benefit of a new table😁 Many of the sites aren’t level so leveling blocks came in handy. Most people here had kayaks or paddle boards and there was easy access into the lake on a gravel beach. We were here for hiking so the lake was wonderful at the end of a hot day for a cool swim. If you don’t want to negotiate the gravel road I would suggest staying at Swift Creek campground which is the last campground on the paved road. I drove through it and the large loop to the left on entering has many lovely shaded flat sites in the trees.
2 years ago

Storm Trooper
English (US)
There a numerous Forest Service campgrounds on the road following the shoreline of Baker Lake. Shannon Creek is the last one on the road making for a more secluded place. The last several miles are a typical fairly rough gravel road with washboard and a few potholes. The FS is currently working on some upgrades so our site had the benefit of a new table😁 Many of the sites aren’t level so leveling blocks came in handy. Most people here had kayaks or paddle boards and there was easy access into the lake on a gravel beach. We were here for hiking so the lake was wonderful at the end of a hot day for a cool swim. If you don’t want to negotiate the gravel road I would suggest staying at Swift Creek campground which is the last campground on the paved road. I drove through it and the large loop to the left on entering has many lovely shaded flat sites in the trees.
2 years ago

frequent traveler Dave
English
There is no place to turn around if you go down either of the small roads to the right as you enter the park. If you go down the road to the left you can turn around with a small rig. Most of the spaces are small will only accommodate a small Rv or tent. The spaces are not well maintained. There were some less than desirable people in... more
3 years ago

frequent traveler Dave
English (US)
There is no place to turn around if you go down either of the small roads to the right as you enter the park. If you go down the road to the left you can turn around with a small rig. Most of the spaces are small will only accommodate a small Rv or tent. The spaces are not well maintained. There were some less than desirable people in a couple of spaces. This lake has a lot of dead trees sticking up out of the water next to the campground. There are five other campgrounds on Baker Lake which is about 5 miles up the road.
3 years ago

Rupp
English (US)
Drove by and it looked cute.. I am going to go back and try the fishing.
3 years ago

Kyle
English (US)
The parking lot that's mentioned here would be solid for anyone to stay (and really the only option if you have a trailer). However, next to the parking lot is the beginning of a one lane dirt road (NF-4052) with multiple camping spots w/ fire pits along it. The views along the road are much nicer with more remote camping spots. So if you're a car/tent camper like me it's perfect for you.
3 years ago

Phyllis
English (US)
Quiet campground overall. Some road noise. No Verizon and limited AT&T. Mostly fishing going on here but more trash than you’d like to see. Especially since there are trash cans all over the place.
3 years ago

RVwithRandC
English (US)
This is a very nice campground that is right on the Skagit river. We came at 10am on a Wednesday to snag a site that fit our 42' 5th wheel really well. We had access to a small beach on the river. This is dry camping with water available in various locations along the campground road. There are also pit toilets available. Each site had a picnic table and fire pit. The sites vary in size, but are spaced apart a reasonable distance. There are two loops that we were able to drive down with our 5th wheel. It was fairly quiet at night with moderate traffic during the day. The key is to come early and look at the tags on the sites. Each day a ranger comes around and writes the stay dates on a dry erase tag that is attached to the site post. The Verizon service was marginal and barely enough for a video call. It worked, but was not ideal for heavy internet use even with an extender. I highly recommend staying here as it was beautiful! The Gorge Powerhouse is a couple minutes up the road in New Halem. The closest services are in Marblemount which is about 20 minutes south.
3 years ago

no
English (US)
Again happened on this campground as I was check out a N.P. No current fee, tho' forest folks/host (?) did come by and put an occupied sigh on the site once I was in. Very quiet, about half full, enjoyed.
3 years ago