Fri, April 25th
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Last 24 Hrs: 1.4”Depth: 57.1”Season Total: 239.9”Temp. (base): 32°Temp. (peak): 26°Weather Icon
Last Updated: April 25 @ 12:44 AM
Forest Service Road 2160, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Lewis WA – Driving Directions Below

**Walupt Lake Campground Map PDF**


RatesDates
Single Site$18 per nightOpen6/28/13
Multi Site$34 per nightClosed
*Weather Permitting
9/16/13
Extra Vehicle$9 per night
Day Use$5 per Vehicle

Golden Age and Golden Access cards will receive a 50% discount for the legal holders of the cards. Discount cards do not apply to group campgrounds.


Reservations

Sites may be reserved at Recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777.

About 60% of the sites are reservable, and the rest are available on a First Come – First Serve basis

RESERVATION NOTE: In 2009 these sites were changed to nonspecific site reservations by a previous company. Non specific sites means that if you reserve a certain size site (ex. FS1-30) you will be assigned a site that is less than 30 feet long. If you have a long RV you will want to reserve a site in a larger category (ex FS1-40) to get a larger site. The host will then assign you a site that will fit your rig. If there are many available sites you will be able to help the host pick your site or if you come early in the week you will have a better chance of picking your site.  We always have some first come, first serve sites available. If you arrive midweek, it will be very rare that we would be full, if we are full anytime during the season there is normally another campground nearby that is not full.


Services/Amenities

  • Boat Ramp
  • Drinking Water
  • Fire Pits
  • Firewood for sale
  • Fishing
  • Picnic Tables
  • Potable Water
  • Swimming
  • Vault Toilet

Why Camp Here

Walupt Lake Campground is one of high lake campgrounds along Mt Adams in the Gifford Pinchot Forest. The lake, with 384 acres, is the second largest in the Gifford Pinchot Forest and is popular for Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout fishing. The campground is also popular as a starting destination for two wilderness trails. The campground is located at the end of FS Road 2160 past Adam’s Fork. It is at a 4,000 altitude so in most years it doesn’t open until at least mid June.


Good to Know

Boats are limited to 10 MPH and less.

We expect to have a host in the campground from about Mid June  to Labor Day Weekend. Otherwise an attendant will be in the campground two to four times per day.

RV use rating is a 4 (out of 5)


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Directions

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Take I-5 to Highway 12 towards Packwoood WA, then travel east on Hwy 21 until you reach Forest Service Road 2160. Take a left at FS 2160, and continue until you reach Walupt Lake Campground.


To make a reservation at Walupt Lake click on the red site numbers, which will take you to that site’s Recreation.gov page, or call 1-877-444-6777.

Site # (Reservable in red)Max Vehicle LengthLocated on Water?
00130 ft – Back InN
002 (tent only)20 ftN
00330 ft – Back InN
00430 ft  – Back InN
5 N
00630 ft – Back InN
00730 ft – Back InN
008 (tent only)20 ftN
009 (tent only)20 ftN
10 N
011 (tent only)20 ftN
012 (tent only)20 ftN
013 (tent only)20 ftN
01430 ft – Back InN
15 N
16 N
017 (tent only)20 ftN
01830 ft – Back InN
19 N
020 Multi30 ft  – Back InN
021 (tent only)20 ftN
22 N
02320 ft  - Back InN
024 (tent only)20 ftN
25 N
26 N
02720 ftN
02820 ftN
02920 ftN
30 N
03120 ft  - Back InN
03220 ft  - Back InN
03320 ft  - Back InN
03420 ft – Back InN
03520 ft  - Back InN
03620 ft  - Back InN
037 (tent only)20 ft – Bank In Yes
38  Yes
39  Yes
40  Yes
41  Yes