This campground is located near the Cispus River and right on the +AA14banks of the North Fork of the Cispus River. The campground includes three group sites and the main campground. Two trails are accessible directly from the campground. River Trail # 131 is a relatively flat .6 mile trail that goes behind the group sites. The North Fork Trail #122 is a 1.6 mile trail that starts behind the old Guard Station and climbs quickly to the bluff above the campground. Several vistas provide good views of the Cispus River.
Panther Creek Campground offers wooded campsites within walking distance of Panther Creek. Panther Creek Falls is about four miles north of the campground on Forest Road 65. There is access to hiking on the Pacific Crest Trail which runs close to the campground. In the season the campground has drinking water and a host.
A great place for a picnic, hike or just relaxing at the falls. Sunset Falls Campground/Day Use Area is located on the western edge of the Forest, on the Lewis River. The campground has a view of sunset falls and is in close proximity to the Silver Star Hiking area. This site is operated year-round by concessionaire. Visitors enjoy scenic views of the river and a waterfall with other recreation opportunities within a short hike on Sunset falls Trail #174.
The falls are on the East Fork Lewis River at an elevation of 1,000 feet. The campground road and trail path to the falls are paved and shaded by large evergreen trees. There are several hiking trails nearby, including the Silver Star Trail which offers excellent views. The area is also popular with kayakers that visit the East Fork Lewis River.
Fishing is available at nearby Zigzag Lake or Canyon Creek. The East Fork Lewis is open to angling below Horseshoe Falls.
Kalama Horse Camp is located just outside the west boundary of Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. 27 sites accommodate primarily equestrian users, with nearby access to trails for horseback riding, hiking and biking. Sixteen reservable campsites are for equestrians with trailers only. There are ten first come, first serve, standard non-equestrian sites, and one host site.
Among large old maple and cottonwood trees, this campground offers a quiet family camping experience. The campground is located along the Wind River with access to fishing, hiking, biking and picnicking.
This site is very near the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Wind River Hatchery, where you may view spring Chinook.
This large campground (98 sites) is on a flat along the Cispus River and is located in an old growth stand of Douglas fir, Hemlock, and Cedar. Lush vegetation and ample space between sites makes them quite private. This is a great place to camp while exploring the more remote side of Mount St. Helens. Iron Creek Campground Loop encircles the campground and is perfect for a stroll through the big trees and offers great views of the Cispus River.
Oklahoma Campground is located on the Little White Salmon River. The campground is fairly flat, partly wooded with some open meadow. The large sites make it a favorite of smaller groups who don’t quite need a full group campground. Fishing is available on Little White Salmon River adjacent to the campground. Hiking is available from the campground on the Monte Carlo Trail #52.