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K2 Commons North Camp Vashon

· Vashon, King, Washington
6 acres hosted by Jacob M.
8 tent sites
6.5 acres close to the town of vashon, close to coffee shop/ Roastery. Short drive or bike ride to several different boat launches and parks on the water. Property has a direct trail to the Island Center Forrest. Island Center Forrest is a Ten miles of multi-use trails lead visitors through 440 acres of consisting of forested stands, meadows, the Mukai Pond and the Meadowlake wetlands which form the headwaters of Judd Creek. Island Center Forest is habitat to a variety of wildlife, including more than 70 bird species. Coinciding with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s designated hunting season in October, 220 acres of Island Center Forest are open for seasonal deer hunting and closed to other visitors, making this the only public land on Vashon Island where deer hunting has been allowed. There are four trailheads: Mukai Trailhead: at the end of 115 Ave SW Westside Trailhead: off of Westside Hwy SW, north of the Vashon Recycling and Transfer Station Cemetery Trailhead: at the end of 115 Ave SW 188th Trailhead: at he end of SW 188 St
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Vashon, King, Washington, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla and dxʷsəq̓ʷəbš (Suquamish) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jacob M.Joined in June 2022
38 ratings · 25 reviews
Amy S.recommends
September 25, 2023
Site 1 single tent site
Stayed on for a second night because the easygoing peaceful atmosphere worked out well.
Amy S.recommends
September 25, 2023
Site 1 single tent site
Peaceful spot Good shade, picnic table, spacious, some road noise in distance but generally pretty quiet
Stefani L.recommends
September 17, 2023
Site 7 - Vashon Camping
Such a simple campsite, which is why we loved it! Right next to downtown Vashon, which was also great! We will definitely be back 😊
Johanna A.recommends
September 14, 2023
Site 5 - Vashon Camping
Unexpectedly private spot off Main street and close to restaurants and shops. The sites were well spaced with good tree canopy- better then some state campgrounds. Water spigot is shared and located near this site but other campers can access without treading too close. Only negative was the porta-potty - could have been cleaner. Would come back for sure.
Claudia L.recommends
September 13, 2023
Site 8 - Vashon Camping
This was a AWESOME campgrounds! Of course it’s not like primitive camping deep in the Tetons backcountry — but of course it’s not — it’s Vashon Island! I found the site plenty dark & quiet (no drive in movie screen at all) and FANTASTICALLY located in the true center of the island. I needed a budget spot well located and safe (older female camping solo) This perfect spot fit that to a T! Vashon Island is a treasure but it can be a bit spendy. This place is VERY reasonably priced! Jacob the camp host was super kind & accommodating and answered all my questions quickly & helpfully with an authentically friendly vibe. I honestly don’t grok the couple of negative reviews here — I’ve literally camped all across America and this is a wonderful, safe & convenient campsite. 10/10 will defo camp here again! Mucho thanks, Jacob!
Jodi H.
September 13, 2023
Site 4 - Vashon Camping
Has potential for future greatness
We were pleased to find availability for this last minute Labor Day weekend trip. Overall everything was as advertised. Spacious site, potable water nearby, easy to find location centered to just about everything Vashon Island has to offer. Only complaint is in regards to the state of the Port-a-Potties. While they hadn't seen much use they also hadn't seen much cleaning and were overrun with spiders and other such creepy crawlies. Thankfully someone in our group is far more fearless than I and spent a little time cleaning & wiping down the inside and outside so we could feel comfortable using one of the two units. Others have mentioned the campground's proximity to the facility that hosts drive-in movies in the summer and I am not sure how they could be so bothered by something like this. It was not too bright, there is no sound unless you tune in to the correct radio frequency and anyone who thought they were headed to a remote location in the woods obviously did not do their research. This is a great place to have a basecamp for island exploring or just a little R & R. We'll be back for sure.
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