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To Make a Reservation:

Call ahead!

(509) 656-2304  or

e-mail us:

  • All Payments are to be Electronic

  • One Family per site.  We consider a family those who regularly sleep under the same roof

  • Self contained RV sites $25/night

  • Tent Sites $30/night

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General Rules

  • Be loving - we're a Christian Camp and want that environment to be the reason people come

  • Social distancing is expected

  • No alcohol

  • Quiet hours starting at 9:30pm

  • Dogs must be friendly and on a leash

  • Swimming at the pond requires a Double K lifeguard.  No DK Lifeguard = no swimming or canoeing

  • Use of the shower house is limited to those who reserve it (ie tent sites or non-self contained RV sites which have increased fees)

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Favorite Area Hikes to "Peak" Your Interest

Beacon Ridge – 3.8 miles (1.9 miles one way) – Very hard but the most spectacular hike in the area and maybe Washington.  Hike starts going up with .9 miles of beautiful forest. Once you make the turn for Beacon, the trail ascends steeply on an amazing ridge.  Hike finished with the summit and small lookout beacon tower.  Awesome views everywhere.

Easton Ridge – 6.3 miles (3.1 miles one way) -  Everyone who has been to Double K has looked across the valley to the north and oogled at the ridge and prominent rock summit.  This hike does not disappoint.  The first 1.5 miles are grueling uphill climb.  Once on the ridge – beautiful views open up and ends at a rock summit.


The Big Loop – Kachess Ridge to Silver Creek Connector back to the Domerie Divide.  14.5 miles.  The best of the Kittitas Cascades and really good for DK if you’re participating in our “Steps for DK” walk-a-thon.


The John Wayne Trail – right out the front of Double K – any distance you like East or West. Run / Bike / Walk


Monahan Mountain East – 6 miles (3 one way).  More gradual 1400 climb across the canal from DK.  Great views of Goat Peak and Easton

Goat Mountain – From DK around 10-12 miles or drive to alternate trailhead.  While other hikes may be better as a whole, nothing beats the summit of Goat.  Those with off-road 4-wheel drive may venture within a mile of the summit