Walupt Lake Campground is one of the nicer camping options for anyone visiting this section of the Goat Rocks Wilderness. There are a variety of camping sites that will cater to small and large parties, from the walk-in camper looking for a place to camp on the shores of the lake to the RV camper needing a larger spot to park and setup camp for the night.
The few campsites along the lake are placed closer together than those found throughout the rest of the campground, but with plenty of other camping sites to offer, there is a good chance you may be without a neighbor for your stay. Most campsites are well spaced from their neighbors, giving the campground a private feel. There are vault toilets spaced intermittently throughout the campground, and potable water spigots are located very close to most sites.
The campground is perfectly located for a variety of recreational opportunities in the area. From the campground, a small sand beach and boat launch area is easily accessible for those wishing to head out on Walupt Lake with a boat or canoe. Trails that take you up Nannie Peak or skirt along the lake to the PCT are a short walk from the boat launch at the edge of the campground, right alongside campsite #37. If you're eager for a long hike, these trails can be made into a loop.
Note: Walupt Lake Campground is open June 27 through September 14. There is also a specially-designated horse camp a half mile from the entrance of the campground.