Prefer to stay closer to the great outdoors? Unfortunately camping is limited, but it does exist.

Riviera Club Campground

Only available for Riviera members and their guests. This campground is pretty nice, with 26 full hookup RV spaces and 20 tent campsites. I hear the campground can be pretty lively in the summer, with campfires, horseshoes, and a large cabana.

There are also 2 park model cabins for rent. One sleeps 4, the other sleeps 6. Members can reserve one of these or a campsite online.

Andy's Marine Park - WTA Campground

One of the coolest parts of Anderson Island is the campground only available by reservation through the Washington Trails Association as part of their Cascadia Marine Trail (map). This means it is only accessible via non-motorized, beachable boats. It sits along a spit on the Puget Sound edge of Andy’s Marine Park. A limit of 3 tents and 8 people keeps it pretty chill.