Wiley Creek Group Campground is a short walk from the South Fork Stillaguamish River and located in a forest of towering Douglas fir. Popular with youth groups and other organizations, there are two group campgrounds here that can accommodate tents and trailers, and also have shelters. Approximately 50 campers can sleep in each site. Each campground has picnic tables, fire rings, and tent pads. Group Site A has two Adirondacks; one of these shelters can accommodate eight campers, and the other can fit up to 12. Group Site B has a large two-level shelter with approximately 400 square feet of space on each level, accommodating up to 20 campers. The campgrounds are open from May to September and reservations must be made in advance. There is no drinking water here, so come prepared!
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