Zach and Emily McCarty purchased Eagle Cliff Store and Campground in November 2013. Both are local residents who describe themselves as outdoor enthusiasts.
Zach was a young boy living in Woodland, WA when Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980. A true "born and raised" local, Zach has been fishing the local rivers and reservoirs since he was old enough to hold a fishing pole. He also enjoys bow hunting, hiking, and a good old fashioned camp fire.
Emily has lived in the Northwest since 1995. In 1998 she spent the summer living in a teepee in Montana as a guide in training for a camp that emphasized teaching campers about Native American history and ways of life including animal tracking, plant identification, and fire making.
Together their mission is to breathe life back into Eagle Cliff Store and Campground while honoring its colorful history and preserving its rustic natural charm so that it will once again be a consistent destination for both visitors and locals.
The camp is made up of 15 spacious campsites. Onsite there are also 4 cabins that sleep up to 4 individuals. Campsites are $15 per night and cabins are $60 per night.
Full facility rentals are available by reservation. The fee is $300 per night Sunday through Thursday and $400 a night Friday and Saturday. This includes access to all campsites and rental cabins.
Cabins are equipped with a restroom, hot and cold running water, small kitchen with propane stove/oven, a full size bed, and two twin beds in the loft.
There are 2 showers and an onsite laundry facility located next to the store.
Check in is 3:00 p.m. and checkout is noon.
Note: campsites are limited to 6 people and 2 cars. If you have more in your party please reserve additional campsites.
This is where our happy campers announce their arrival and check in.
The store is conveniently located on the same premises as the campground. We sell premium ethanol free gasoline, propane, munchies, cold beverages, ice, firewood and everything in between.