Forest Service / BLM
Between Fitzgerald Peak and Anderson Butte. On the southwest shore of Wynoochee.Washington
Number of Sites: 56
About: 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. NOTE: Hunting in the area, contact the State of Washington for more information on hunting opportunities in the Olympic National Forest. There are no commercial services available at Wynoochee Lake or Coho Campground. Motorists should have sufficient fuel for the return trip. Reservations are now required for the top loop (eff 6/1/12); the bottom is
still first come first serve.
Fees: See Forest Service Website
Closest Towns: Montesano (WA)
Water: Potable Water
Restrictions: 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.
Restrooms: Flush Toilet (4)
From Route 12 via Montesano:
Turn north on the Wynoochee Valley Road (1 mile west of Montesano). Drive 35 miles on the Wynoochee Valley Rd. and FS Road #22 to a major intersection. Turn left to stay on FS #22. Drive a short distance and turn right on FS Road #2294. Drive one mile to campground.
From US Highway 101 north of Shelton:
Turn west onto Route 102 (Dayton-Airport Rd.), drive 5 mi. to Dayton-Matlock Road, turn right, go 9.4 mi. to 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, drive 5.5 miles to FS Road #22 (from Hwy 101 to FS Road #22 is 29 mi.). Turn right; drive 15 miles on FS Road #22 to a major intersection. Turn left, stay on FS Road #22, drive a short distance, turn right on FS Road #2294. Drive 1 mile to Coho Campground.
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