Area Status: Open
Coho Campground is located on the west shore of Wynoochee Lake. Evergreen conifers and hardwoods provide a beautiful wooded setting.
For general lake info call 1- (888) 502-8690.
Campsites: There are 46 campsites that will accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs. There are also 8 walk-in tent camp units and one walk-in group site that will accomodate 12 persons.
Yurts: Three yurts are available for reservation with each accommodating a maximum of six people and two vehicles. Yurt sites #57 and #58 do not allow additional tents, trailers, or RV camping. Yurt site #50 will accommodate an additional tent, trailer, or RV. The yurts are non-smoking units.
The structures, 16-feet in diameter, are permanent tents made of vinyl canvas stretched over a wooden lattice. Each is built on an elevated platform with a deck that overlooks the lake and equipped with heat, electric lights, a futon couch, a bunk bed, a table and chairs. Picnic tables and fire rings are located outside. Campers must supply their own bedding (beds are twin, full, and queen sizes) and cooking supplies.
Recreation: Working Forest Interpretive Trail and Coho Day Use/Picnic Area are within the campground.
Questions about Coho Campground? Contact Wilderness Adventures at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alert! There are no commercial services available at Wynoochee Lake or Coho Campground. Motorists should have sufficient fuel for the return trip.
At a Glance
- $25/Night for single unit, drive-in site
- $45/Night group site (# 2 & #40), drive-in site
- $20/Night for single unit, walk-in site
- $25/Night for group unit, walk-in site
- YURT: $70.00 per night
- $5/Extra vehicle (over 2). Boat and recreation trailers are not considered passenger vehicles.
- Boat Launch: $5/day
||Mid May - September
||No more than 8 people per campsite. Maximum 12 people in group site. Maximum stay is 14 days. Pets must be leashed. Trailers and RVs 36' max.
||Flush Toilet (4)
Camping fee: 50% discount for single site camping (except yurts) with any of these passes: Interagency Senior, Interagency Access, Golden Age, or Golden Access.
Boat Launch fee: No passes honored.
||Hood Canal Ranger District- Quilcene
From Montesano, WA head north on the Wynoochee Valley Road (1 mile west of Montesano off Route 12). Drive 35 miles on the Wynoochee Valley Road (Forest Service Road 22) to a major intersection. Turn left to stay on Forest Service Road 22. Drive a short distance and turn right on Forest Service Road 2294. Drive about one mile to campground.
From Olympia, WA travel north on Highway 101 towards Shelton, WA for about 19 miles. Take the exit towards Matlock and travel approximately 15 miles on Dayton-Matlock Road. From Matlock, continue straight at the junction onto the Matlock-Deckerville Road, which turns into the Boundary Road. Drive 8.8 miles, make a right turn onto Cougar-Smith Road and drive about 5.5 miles to Forest Service Road #22. Turn right on Forest Service Road #22 and drive 15 miles on Forest Service Road #22 to a major intersection. Turn left, stay on Forest Road 22, drive a short distance and turn right on Forest Service Road 2294. Drive about one mile to Coho Campground.
Point of Interest Map and Guide for Coho campground vicinity: