We understand how the beloved pets are part of the family. This is a family campground so your pets are welcome. We do have a strict leash rule for animals. Your pets must be contained at all times. Dogs must be on a leash, a tether or in a kennel at ALL times. We do not have an off the leash section at our park. Please clean up after your pets. We want to continue to allow pets without an additional charge but can only do so if pet owners are responsible.
We attempt to provide an enjoyable camping experience for all who stay at Cascade Peaks. While we understand that everyone will want to stay up around the campfire for different amounts of time, we have to help those who want to get some sleep on their vacation. 10pm is the start of quiet time. We ask for ABSOULUTELY NO MUSIC soft or otherwise at 10pm-8am. We also ask that conversation and laughter is kept in check. We do not want to be the buzz kill but have to keep our campground enjoyed by all of our visitors. Please do your part to help everyone enjoy their time at Cascade Peaks.
We know the laws and we respect everyone's choice use alcohol and marijuana responsibly. You must be in your site while consuming them. In keeping with the law, if you choose to use marijuana, you must do so inside your RV or tent. It cannot be done sitting outside at your site. Please respect those around you who do not want to be smelling the smoke. (Cigarette smokers could take this into consideration as well.) Any campers who become disruptive due to the use of these items will be asked to leave the park.
Our swimming pools are heavily used. We want them to stay in good working condition. To do this, all swimmers must wear appropriate swimming attire. NO jeans or t-shirts are allowed in the pool. You must be in a swimsuit.
When we are busy, the campground can be very crowded. All campers must be careful to be in their site and their site only. The site lines go from the middle of the electrical box to halfway to the next electrical box. It as it seems is not an exact science. You can help by making sure you are respecting the neighboring sites. All RVs, tents and vehicles must be in the site NOT on the road.
Cascade Peaks is a family campground. We love to see the children out having a great time. We also like that our park is a safe place for children to play. There are a few areas that we prefer children to not be without an adult present. Please do not allow your children to play in the laundry room, library or office. Accompany them in these areas. Also, all children under 14 years old must be accompanied by and adult at the swimming pools. No one, especially children, should be out of their site during quite time. Thank you!
Welcome to Cascade Peaks Family Campground
We hope you enjoy your stay. If you do, tell your friends. If there are any concerns, please tell us.
Campsites: You may camp in any site you choose unless it has a reserved sign or if the electrical box is painted red. The red electrical boxes mark private sites. Please stay off of them at all times. Thanks 😊
Traffic: Campers are here to enjoy peace and privacy, please keep traffic to a minimum. The MAXIMUM speed limit is 5MPH. It is important for safety and dust control that everyone observes the speed limit. ATVs, dirt bikes and motorcycles are NOT ALLOWED to be used as recreational items on the park.
Campfires: Campfires are permitted. Full-hook up sites must be a raised and covered firepit which you brought. Water/Electricity sites have fire rings. Please use them preferably where they’ve been used before as to preserve the grass. Firewood is available at the store or office $5. Do not cut any of our wood. NO CHAINSAWS or AXES can be used to “find” wood on the park. Small twigs that have already fallen from the trees may be gathered for burning.
Buildings: Campers are permitted in all buildings. The family Center, gazebos and library can be used for any purpose if it is not reserved. A coin laundromat is at the front of the park. You can get quarters at the office.
WIFI: Campers can pick up wireless internet in the office or near the store. There is no password. It does not reach any campsites.
Pets: Pets are considered part of the family and are welcome as long as they are ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES and you CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR OWN PETS. Confine barking or aggressive pets inside your rig.
River Access: We have 4 paths down to the water. The trails are near Cascade Loop 80, Cowlitz Spur 100, Cascade Loop 133A/B, and Cascade Loop 138.
Quiet Time: 10 pm to 8 am Campers are here to relax and enjoy themselves. This includes time to sleep. NO MUSIC after 10 pm. We also ask that you keep in mind that voices and laughter carry very easily in the woods. Please keep your visiting to a quiet volume after 10 pm. Children must be in their campsite by 10 pm. Groups with uncontrolled children and excessively noisy groups will be asked to leave the park.
Alcohol: Age restrictions must be strictly enforced. Quiet time must be respected. Other than that, have a safe and fun time. Please report any issues to park employees. Those who don’t respect the rules and others around them will be asked to leave the park.
Store: The Country Store is located near the swimming pools and is usually—but not always—open from 8am to 9pm. Check the store door for daily hours. You can always ask a park employee for access to the store. ***We try to carry a little bit of everything… coffee and lattes, Italian sodas and flavored RedBulls, beer and wine, pop and Gatorade, basic food options and snacks, candy and ice cream, wood and ice, toys and recreational items ($10 deposit), RV and cleaning supplies, medicine and toiletries.
Swimming Pools: Our two pools are open from 9am to 9pm daily. NO lifeguard is on duty so children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Bathrooms for the pool are in the Family Center. NO GLASS BOTTLES OR FOOD is permitted in the pools or pool area. Young children must use swim diapers (available in store). Swimmers who cause a disruption to the whole area will be asked to leave the pool. NO DIVING, RUNNING, OR ROUGHHOUSING
Emergencies: After hours help is available at (509) 594-8229 & (360) 827-4221. Please only call if it is urgent such as a water line turned into a geyser or the Packwood Elk are attacking 😊 (not likely) or a group is being disrespectful about the quiet time (loud talking, laughing and especially music) and alcohol rules.
Banned Activities: Water balloon games or fights cause too many septic tank and lawn mower issues. No riding of ATVs, go carts or motor-powered bikes. These are too noisy and dangerous for other campers.
Help us make Cascade Peaks a place people want to be for camping!