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Millersylvania State Park, Olympia

(3.9/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • During the winter the 6 miles trails are a little muddy in parts, but passable. It's a nice place to get away and enjoy nature. Deep lake has swimming areas and a small boat launch that is probably in...  more »
  • Went hiking with my sister through all the trails. I like a good workout, so a few more challenging hills would have made it better for me. Beautiful grounds.  more »
  • Not huge, but a nice place for a walk among some old growth trees, stroll along the lake, have a picnic. There are campgrounds and hot showers if you plan to stay a few days. Get an annual state park ...  more »
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  • Love camping here. This is my third year in a row of staying at Millersylvania. I'm happy my group returns later in the year, around late September-early October. Even then, the place is pretty full. Still though, you can go hiking for hours and not bump into another soul. It's in a great location and not too far from amenities if you realize you forgot something. Also, I love to swing by the outlets in Centralia on my way back for some great deals. I wouldn't say it's true "camping," but it's a good time in the woods for a casual get away.
  • Maybe I should keep this one to myself!? It's really nice, quiet, woodsy. Along Deep Lake, (which is 5mph limit) there's lots of swimming and paddling there, including a boat launch for small boats, kayaks, canoes, etc. Nice daytime and camping areas. RV campsites and separate area from tent sites. Best to use the site reservation system. Large group facilities/accommodations.
  • Great for day trips to the lake. Good camping sites for tents or RVs. Requires a day pass fee of you don't have an annual pass.
  • Loved this place, the kids had a blast! Clean bathrooms with warm sink water, showers, and clean campsites. There were boat rentals and even a little grill where you can order food. Also free life jackets to use while on the water. Although the sites were fairly close to one another it still felt secluded. Will definitely be coming back!
  • Very nice State Park with plenty of walking trails and campsites scattered around it, along with a small lake for paddle sports. Great place for your non-technical car campers and weekenders. Or a nice place to set camp while on a road trip. Cheers!