Get away from it all, but stay close by! Tolt MacDonald Park and Campground, which is located in Carnation, just 40 minutes from downtown Seattle and a short drive from Redmond, offers a true recreation destination with a little something for everyone. The 574-acre park sits at the confluence of the Snoqualmie and Tolt Rivers in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley and features stunning views of the river and Cascade Foothills. Camping is open year-round.
Don't forget your mountain bike! Tolt is a favorite site for mountain biking, and an extensive network of trails on the Ames Lake Plateau can be accessed from the park.
All sites can be reserved up to one year in advance with at least one week notice by calling the Camping Line at 206-205-5434.
RV and tent sites that have not been reserved in advance are available on a first-come, first served basis, using the campground's self-registration system.
Yurts and the camping container are available by reservation only, with at least one week notice.
The maximum stay at any one site is seven days.
Campground and other park facilities are open year-round.
Alcohol is prohibited.
Tolt MacDonald Park & Campground welcomes its first eco-friendly camping container for a unique overnight camping option. This innovative container has been upcycled from a surplus shipping container and retrofitted with sustainable and recycled materials throughout the design. Inside amenities include radiant heating, LED lighting, a table/bench set and cupboard for food supplies (sorry, no cooking inside the container). The container is ideal for families as it sleeps up to four with a double/single futon bunk and a futon cot-sized chair/bed. A picnic table and fire pit sit just outside along with a deck around the container. The camping container is located on the west side of the park across the Snoqualmie River. These sites are walk-in only and require crossing the park's 500-foot suspension bridge (wagons may be available for use from campground host).
Available only by reservation, at least one week in advance and a 2 day minimum from May 1 through September 30 on weekends.
There are six yurts at Tolt, which come furnished with two double futons, a double/single bunk bed, night stand, heat, electricity, deck, picnic table and fire ring. Two yurts have wheelchair accessibility. Each yurt sleeps up to seven people. All yurts are located on the west side of the park across the Snoqualmie River. These sites are walk-in only and require crossing the park's 500-foot suspension bridge (wagons may be available for use from campground host).
2 day minimum stay on weekends and 3 day minimum stay on holidays
What's a yurt?
Tolt has 16 individual pull-through utility campsites (water & electrical only), each with a picnic table and fire ring.
There are 22 individual tent sites, including two that feature a three-sided cabins. Each site includes a picnic table and fire ring. Eleven of the sites, including the two three-sided cabins, are located on west side of the park across the Snoqualmie River. These sites are walk-in only and require crossing the park's 500-foot suspension bridge (wheelbarrows can be borrowed from campground host).
The park features one large and one small group campsite. Both campsites are walk-in only and require crossing the Snoqualmie River on the park's 500-foot suspension bridge (wheelbarrows can be borrowed from campground host).
Includes a large covered shelter, picnic tables, and raised fire pit
Accommodates multiple tents and up to 60 people
Includes A-frame covered amphitheatre with two fire pits at each end and picnic tables
Accommodates multiple tents and up to 40 people