Evans Creek Campground
This campground is located in a beautiful forest setting offering 40 miles of combined four-wheel drive and motorcycle/quad trails of varying difficulty. A covered picnic shelter is available on first come first served basis and is often shared by club members and volunteers who host several work parties to maintain the site and trails.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||$5.00 per day. Northwest Forest Pass or the interagency pass can be used for payment.|
|Reservations:||This is a first-come, first-served campground.|
|Fees:||$5.00 per day. Northwest Forest Pass or the interagency pass can be used for payment.|
|Restrictions:||All developed site regulations apply. Dogs must be on leash, campfires in developed rings only, quiet hours between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. Fireworks are prohibited. Recreation pass must be displayed on vehicle dashboard. All off road vehicles must be street legal and all drivers must be licensed to operate on Forest Service Roads.|
|Closest Towns:||Wilkeson, Washington|
|Water:||Hand pump for water|
|Passes:||A $5.00 fee per day or valid Recreation Pass is required at nearby Evans Creek Picnic Area and Evans Creek Trailhead.|
|Operated By:||US Forest Service|
|Information Center:||Snoqualmie Ranger District - Enumclaw Office|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
A picnic table and fire ring is available at each campsite. The campground is located in a beautiful forested setting. Garbage service is not available. The campground has 41 sites. This is a rustic campground. None of the sites have electrical hook ups.
The Evans Creek ORV Area is located 25 miles South of Enumclaw. To reach it, follow State highway 410 four miles west to Buckley. Turn left onto State Highway 165 toward Wilkeson and Carbonado. The entrance to the ORV area is on the left side of the road.
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A nice combination of sun and shade. This area is very popular for off road vehicles. There are 40 miles of combined four wheel drive and motorcycle/quad trails.