€25.510204081633
per night
Estimated price based on 1 car and 2 persons with a tent, camper or caravan.

Campsite opened from 01 January till 31 December
This campsite can only be booked by telephone. (360) 677-2414
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Tents
Dogs
Fishing
4.5 / 5 (5 votes )

Money Creek Campground

Northeast Old Cascade Hwy.
98288, Skykomish
the United States

Money Creek Campground is a campsite with 25 pitches in Skykomish, the United States, located in the Washington region. Dogs are allowed on this campsite.

On Money Creek Campground it's possible to camp with a tent.

Characteristics campsite

Accomodation
Tents

Facilities
Wheelchair access

Qualifications
Dogs

Recreation
Fishing


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Reviews

Anonymous
English (US)
The campground has vault toilets and potable water but no other amenities. Many sites are along the river which depending on the season may be loud with high flows. The highway and railroad are also adjacent so there is a some additional noise. I'd say if you enjoy sitting by a river this is a good destination campground otherwise it's not a great destination. It's a good campground if you are here for other recreational activities or for a night while passing through.
3 months ago

Cindy
English (US)
We were camped on side with no hook up. I heard and saw a river on both sides of the camp. Their website said 18.00, I see that has been changed. There was train track, I heard the train one time. I had cell phone service. Consumer cellular, which plays off any tower.
1 year ago

gregorymassie
English (US)
There are two separate camping areas: riverside and woods near the railroad tracks. The Riverside camping spots cost $28/ per night and the Wood area is $25/ per night. Each site has raised and level spaces for tents, a picnic table and fire pit. The park could use some maintenance, but overall a beautiful place to camp among old growth trees. There is potable drinking water and grey water disposal stations throughout the campground. There are about 30 campsites. We would definitely camp here again.
1 year ago