Beaver Bay Campground - Yale Lake - Cougar, Washington
Beaver Bay Campground Campground Details
- Campground Rating:
- Number of Campsites: 64
- Avg. Overnight Fee: 20
- Drinking Water: Yes
- Toilets: Flushing
- Camphost on Site: Yes
- Fires Allowed: Yes
- Cell Service: Yes, Most Carriers
- Season: Last Saturday in April - End of September
- Nearest Store (Miles): 4
- GPS: 46.061201,-122.268777
- Showers: Yes
- Firewood for Sale: Yes
Beaver Bay Campground Campground Description
Beaver Bay Campground is located 30 miles east of Woodland Washington and sits just on the outskirts of the small town of Cougar. Situated in the shadow of Mount Saint Helens, Beaver Bay Campground can be used as your home base for all things outdoors in the area. The campground is owned and operated by PacificCorp which presents some different setups than you might be used to.
There are 64 campsites which sit along the edge of Yale Lake making it an ideal spot for fishing, swimming or just relaxing along the edge of the lake. The campsites themselves are lacking in privacy and many of them are crammed very close to eachother. However, if you visit when the crowds are lower you might be able to find a nicer, more private site.
Alcohol is prohibited in the campground and they close the gates from 9pm to 6am so coming and going is out of the question.
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