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 of five, so i like privacy when i can get it. This is a great option for those that may not have booked... 更多
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 constant use during the summer. Don't forget to have your Discover Pass for parking.
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 pass and save yourself a few dollars on the daily fees. Ample parking, and more than enough to do and... 更多
My husband and I first found Millersylvania Park several years ago and rented the Lakeside Cottage while on vacation from Alaska. Once we moved to Washington, we made a point of renting the cottage again, even though we live nearby. It is right on the lake, very private and quiet. Linens and dishes are provided, so it's easy to move... 更多
We returned for a day trip to Millersylvania State Park. It is a fee use state park both for day use and for camping. There is beautiful trees and a lake. It is a popular place for kayaking, boating, fishing, swimming and hiking. It is abundant in old-growth Cedar and Fir Trees. We have camped there in the past. There... 更多
This is a park located within 20 minutes of Olympia. If you are a traveler, there are campgrounds but if you are a local, you can go and enjoy the day at the lake. It is a beautiful spot and there are hikes, swimming, boating, fishing and picnicking. A wonderful way to spend the day.
We don't have parks this beautiful and so easily accessible in Vancouver, BC. A 20 minute ride away from Olympia, Washington and it's like poof you go from charming big city, to a beautiful green park!
We've camped here three times while enroute to visit our kids in Oregon. The bathrooms are clean and the lake is a beautiful reflective place. We enjoy camping amid the trees. On the occasions we camped there we found the park to be quite family friendly.
We camped overnight during the busiest time of the year. The camp sites were just as one would expect, busy and noisy. Just the same, the camp site was convenient and nice, a bit small, which was okay also. All being said, the camp sites were clean, fire wood was available for minimal purchase, showers were available..token operated. Depending on... 更多