This park is located on Birch Bay and is a very lovely State Park with convenient walking paths to the beach (Puget Sound). There is a loop with full hook-ups, but the Standard sites are the best as they are bigger, more wooded and more private. There are flush toilets, although the facilities not the best (only cold water in the sinks and no soap for hand washing). We didn't use the showers so I can't comment on those. There are water spigots available. We were in campsite 114 and it was plenty large for our Pup, a good sized tent and 2 vehicles, with room to spare. We have been at this campground twice. Once in the hook-up site and once at a standard site. We preferred the standard site. A convenience store right outside the entrance to the park and the "resort town" of Birch Bay is only a few miles away. A few restaurants can be found there and during the summer season, Kayaks, bicycle surreys and motor bikes can be rented.