Disabled Nomads

If we can go there, so can you!


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This review is based on ADA accessiblity, our experience and opinion. Your mileage may vary.


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Upon check-in you park at the gate and exit your vehichle to register at the guard station.  The left lane is for through traffic.

Site is hilly with loose ditt and gravel roads, typical of the preserves in the Pacific Northwest.

Accessibility is excellent on the main level of the campground. Site #35 is the only handicap site on this level. It's enormous, paved, level, right across from the rest rooms, showers, laundry and close to the sanitation station. It's also a nice straight shot to the main lodge. There are no hand held shower wands in any of the showers.

The pool, sauna and spa are located at the lodge on the main level.  We had no difficulty using our personal elecric vehicles to get around and access any of the facilities at this lodge. 

Three more handicap sites are located up hill and surround the Timber Lodge: #72, #73, #74. Sites are huge, paved and level. We could not easily reach these with our electric vehicles from the main level. The Timber Lodge is the only lodge open during the off season and they close it early in the evening. In the off season, the only rest rooms available after night closure are the ones located across the road from handicap site #35 which is down the hill.

None of the rentals are wheelchair accessible.

Additional Information:

Main access roads are sprayed with an environmentally safe oily substance to stop the plume of dust that's normally kicked up by vehicles going over loose dirt and gravel roads.

There is WiFi at both lodges. They both offer rest rooms, lounge with big screen TV, fireplace, tables and chairs for activities such as jigsaw puzzles, laptops, board games, etc.  WiFi is accessible from the handicap sites around the Timber Lodge with the best reception at site #74.

Park is clean and maintained. Overall, we recommend this park, just make sure you have your own rest room facilities in the evenings during the off season.