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Taidnapam Park and Campground

Campground Description:  Taidnapam Park and Campground is owned and operated by Tacoma Power.  Taidnapam Campground is an outstanding family tent and RV camping facility located on the shores of Riffe Lake.  The Taidnapam Campground in broken into 2 areas within the same campground - the newer area (camping sites 1 through 51) and the older camping area (camping sites 200 through 288).  The newer area offers a few RV camping and tent camping sites fairly close to Riffe Lake.  Taidnapam Campground also offers 24 primitive tent camping sites.  All of the RV camping and tent camping spots are well maintained and landscaped.  Adjoining the Taidnapam Campground is the Taidnapam Park.  The park offers acres of lawn, shelters, boat launches, a swimming area with a sandy beach, volleyball courts, showers, restrooms, shelters and horseshoe pits. The Taidnapam Campground is open year round.  Camping reservations are possible and strongly recommended during the warm months.

Number of Sites:  163

Electricity:  At 139 camping spaces

Water:  At 139 camping spaces

Sewer:  At 96 camping spaces

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From Interstate 5 (I-5) - Follow Interstate 5 (I-5) north or south to exit 68 which is Highway 12.  Follow Hwy 12 east for 36.4 miles to Kosmos Road.  Turn right onto Kosmos Road and follow for 300 yards to Champion Haul Road.  Turn left onto Champion Haul Road and follow for 3.9 miles to the park entrance.  From Yakima - From the intersection of I-82 and Highway 12, follow Highway 12 westbound for approximately 100.4 miles to Kosmos Road.  Turn left onto Kosmos Road and follow for 300 yards to Champion Haul Road.  Turn left onto Champion Haul Road and follow for 3.9 miles to the park entrance.

Fishing:  The predominant species in Riffe Lake is Smallmouth Bass.  Also available are Black crappie, Bluegill, Brown bullhead, Brown trout, Chinook salmon, Coastal cutthroat, and Coho salmon.  Fishing and recreation line: 888-502-8690  Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife - Riffe Lake

Astronomy Opportunities:  Very good from the day use area.  The exact location for computerized telescope users is 46.46843 N, 122.16419 W

Nearby Golfing: 

Newaukam Golf Course
21.2 miles northwest
153 Newaukum Golf Drive
Chehalis, WA 98532
(360) 748-0461
Newaukam Golf Course

Contact Information:

Taidnapam Park and Campground
PO Box 277
Glenoma WA 98336
Park office: 360-497-7707
Fishing and recreation line: 888-502-8690
Taidnapam Park and Campground
 
Taidnapam Park and Campground Brochure
 
Taidnapam Park and Campground Rules & Reservations
 
Taidnapam Park and Campground Pet Considerations
 

                                 

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The sign at the entrance to Taidnapam Park and Campground

The restroom facilities at Taidnapam Campground offer flush toilets and hot showers

A typical pull through RV camping site at Taidnapam Campground and Park

Two of the back-in camping sites at Taidnapam Park and Campground

All of the RV and tent camping sites at Taidnapam Park and Campground offer some shade

Fishing from the fishing bridge at Taidnapam Park and Campground is very popular - and often productive

The boat launch into Riffe Lake at Taidnapam Campground and Park


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