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Mayfield Lake Park and Campground

Campground Description:  Mayfield Lake Park and Campground is owned and operated by Tacoma Power.  Mayfield Lake Campground is an outstanding family tent and RV camping facility.  The Mayfield Lake Campground in broken into 2 areas within the same campground - the upper area (camping sites 1 through 41) and the lower camping area (camping sites 42 through 54).  The lower area is on the lake (all on the lake except site 49) affording the campers to be able to fish from their camping spot.  Be aware that the lower area is somewhat congested with a very sharp bend in the road that could not be negotiated by a 35 foot or larger motor home or a truck pulling longer than a 28 foot trailer.  Mayfield Lake Campground also offers a 12-unit group camping area.  All of the RV camping and tent camping spots are well maintained and landscaped.  Adjoining the Mayfield Lake Campground is the Mayfield Lake Park.  The park offers acres of lawn, shelters, boat launches, a swimming area with a sandy beach, volleyball courts and horseshoe pits. Open for camping April 15 through October 15.  The Mayfield Park is open year round.  Camping reservations are possible and strongly recommended during the warm months.

Number of Sites:  55

Electricity:  At 55 camping spaces

Water:  At 55 camping spaces

Sewer:  None

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 16.8 miles to Beach Road.  Turn left onto Beach Road and follow for 0.30 miles to Mayfield Lake Campground.  NOTE - if you are in a motor home or pulling a trailer it is more convenient to go past the campground entrance, into the day use area where you can turn around and then back to the campground so that you can enter the campground on the left.  From Yakima - From the intersection of I-82 and Highway 12, follow Highway 12 westbound for approximately 120.3 miles to Beach Road.  Turn right onto Beach Road and follow for 0.30 miles to Mayfield Lake Campground.  NOTE - if you are in a motor home or pulling a trailer it is more convenient to go past the campground entrance, into the day use area where you can turn around and then back to the campground so that you can enter the campground on the left.

Fishing:  The predominant species in Mayfield Lake is rainbow trout.  Available from shore, or from a boat are brown bullhead, Chinook salmon, coastal cutthroat, Coho salmon, largemouth bass, northern pike minnow, sculpin, tiger muskie, and yellow perch.  All costal cutthroat must be returned to the water unharmed and the MINIMUM size for tiger muskie is 50 inches.  Fishing and recreation line: 888-502-8690  Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife - Mayfield Lake

Astronomy Opportunities:  Very good from the day use area.  The exact location for computerized telescope users is 46.53250 N, 122.55721 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:

Mayfield Lake Park and Campground
PO Box 655
180 Beach Road
Mossyrock WA 98564
Park office: 360-985-2364
Fishing and recreation line: 888-502-8690
Mayfield Lake Campground
 
Mayfield Lake Park and Campground Brochure
 
Mayfield Lake Park and Campground Rules & Reservations
 
Mayfield Lake Park and Campground Pet Considerations
 

                                 

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The sign at the entrance to Mayfield Lake Park and Campground

A map of all of the facilities at Mayfield Lake Park and Campground

A map showing all of the recreation opportunities around Mayfield Lake Park and Campground

The restroom facilities at Mayfield Lake Park and Campground offer flush toilets and hot showers

A typical back-in camping space on the upper level of Mayfield Lake Park and Campground

Some of the camping sites at Mayfield Lake Park and Campground are open and spacious

In the lower campground at Mayfield Lake Park and Campground you can fish from your campsite

Another on-the-water camping site at Mayfield Lake Park and Campground

A portion of the day use area at Mayfield Lake Park and Campground

The paved boat launch at Mayfield Lake Park and Campground


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