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Adams Fork Campground

Contact Info
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
10024 US Hwy 12
PO Box 670
Randle, WA

Phone :
360-497-1100
Phone 2:
360-497-1101
Basics
Number of Sites:
24 sites
Elevation:
2543 feet

Description

A nice campground in the tall trees, with a small river running by it. Many of the sites are small but still usable by RVs. A couple larger group sites. Forest Roads 23 and 21 to the campground are paved with gravel patches. ORV trails close by. There is a $5.00 charge for day use.

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Details

Season
May 20 to September 07
Elevation
2543 feet
Basic Info
Total Sites:
24 sites
More Site Details
Max RV Length:
22 feet
Additional Details

Closed during the winter.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

I-5 to State Highway 12 Exit to Randle, Washington. State Highway 131 one mile, stay left at Y for Forest Service Road 23. Stay left at next Y for Forest Service Road 21 to Forest Service Road 56.


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