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Millersylvania State Park, Olympia

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TripAdvisor
  • One of the more overlooked areas. A great place to go kayaking, hiking and potentially biking. Although preferably no biking please.  more »
  • The park offers many campsites which is great for groups book side by side. Some challenges I've experienced are many sites are small and don't support a flat area for a larger tent. We are a family o...  more »
  • 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 »
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  • We love this park. All of the trees and the lake are wonderful. Roomy campsites for the most part. Restrooms are pretty clean, but could use a little closer attention. This is the second time we've stayed here in two years and we're coming back in August. Best of all, it's just down the road from South Sound Speedway!!
  • Full camp, but not at all noisy or intrusive - and I have an XL personal space 'bubble'. Very clean, wholesome for families. Nice lake to walk to, roped-off swimming section, tons of benches & picnic tables. In addition to the dozen or so ramadas for grilling, there's a great huge open kitchen log building that seats about 60. Lots of campers had dogs and all were well-behaved around strange people & other dogs. Also nice mix of open, sunny campsites and shady, green sites offering more seclusion. Didn't check out the tent campsites, just the RV side. Definitely will be back.
  • It's beautiful and the lake is great. The facilities, specifically the bathrooms, could use some help. Was just there for Memorial Day weekend and there were no working showers in the campground. I walk from bathroom to bathroom and ended up paying for a cold shower. It seems they were out of propane at that bathroom. My wife tried to use another and the water was scalding with no way to adjust it. Toilets were just okay, some of them not flushing well. I would give them 5 stars, except for this.
  • Costs to go in for day use or discover pass needed. Good fishing. Make sure swimming is safe before going into the water. Decent camp ground
  • An excellent Park! Nice clean Lake good clean bathrooms great place for hiking kayaking fishing and they have a campground! Day-use area is pretty nice also period but on the downside don't forget your discover pass in addition to paying your taxes you'll need to pay for this!