Triangle Recreation Camp

(40) Reviews

47715 Mountain Loop Highway, Granite Falls, WA, 98252

Triangle Recreation Camp (TRC) is the Northwest’s Premier recreational campground that is Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer owned and operated.


Established in 1975, TRC sits in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, 21 miles East of Granite Falls, Washington, on the Mountain Loop Highway. 


TRC is an 80 acre camping and RV getaway near Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland for those 21 years of age and older, open mid-April through the beginning of October.

Open Dates: May 2 to October 2

Last Updated: 09/27/2022

Limited Member RV Sites (Upper Campground)

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Limited Members $20.00
Limited Member Tent Sites (Lower Campground)

Tent sites are limited to 6 campers.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Limited Members $20.00
Regular Member RV Sites (Upper Campground)

Please select the Regular Member discount club to adjust your fees.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Regular Members $1.00
Regular Member Tent Sites (Lower Campground)

Tent sites are limited to 6 campers. Please select the Regular Member discount club to adjust your fees.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Regular Members $1.00
Group Booking

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Group Booking $10.00 $70.00

Community Restrooms

Pet Friendly

LGBTIQ Friendly

Members Only

Nude Recreation


Tent Camping

Regular Membership

47715 Mountain Loop Highway, Granite Falls, WA, 98252
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  • 47715 Mountain Loop Highway, Granite Falls 

  • Washington.TRC is 21 miles east of Granite Falls, on the Mountain Loop Highway.

  • Our driveway is exactly 3.1 miles past the second bridge (Red Bridge).


  • Beginning east of Granite Falls, there is no cell service. Download your directions for offline mode before leaving cell service.

Overall Rating: 4.7

Mark Radford

Amazing place with the most amazing people! We will totally be back again.

Paul Dini

Beautiful spot, love the river However, it is so much work. Grabbing all the gear from the car, then parking the car on the other side of the road, then all no food around site because of bears. Just exhausting and 2 nights was enough

David Birch

My very first time to TRC will not be my last. I had a wonderful time. I found everyone to be very friendly and welcoming. Lots of socializing and fun.

Eric Helgeson

From the time of check to departure we found the stay very enjoyable. When we arrived we asked to be switched to a quieter area(no music ) and Steve D showed us a couple suggestions on the map and even escorted us to a spot he favored. He then switched us online and explained the camp rules and regs. Drew and the other Steve(formal host) were both readily available and accommodating. Steve the host regularly checked with us to see everything was in order and if we needed firewood for the night and even provided us sugar for morning coffee when we forgot to bring it. Drew invited us to his campsite the last night there to socialize by the fire and see if all was well.

William Cromer

Great location

Frank Santos

Our second visit to the campsite. Great support at check-in and throughout our stay. They are very focus on safety, specially when it comes to bears and leaving food out unattended. They provide bear spray, and whistles which is awesome. Thanks for making our stay peaceful, safe and fun.

Rodney Bridges

Great time as always

Harold Filiar-Aguilera

Always a great time at TRC. Can't wait to return soon!

George Gonzalez

Awesome, great campsite

Casey Roth

TRC is a magical gay wonderland.

Jonathan Richardson

This place is awesome. Big thanks to the longtimers for being so hospitable.

Jordan Malette

This was the perfect end to a 3 week trip. Full of amazing open minded and hearted people. I wouldn’t have traded this experience for anything. A place to come and be yourself and get more than you expected from a great community

David Vest

June 5/6 2022 Beautiful as usual but due to weather I was the only RV in the Eastern Loop (Trailerhood). That's all right since this is my "shakedown cruise" for the 2022 season and I had plenty to keep me busy. Camp generator still ran as scheduled.

Virtue Woods

Always a great time. Very friendly campground.

john mchugh

I always have a great time at TRC. Nice to see old friends and make new ones.

Nayyef Hrebid

It's great like always the only issue we have in a rain season it's the mods in the ground usually they have a bigger tarps the new one is much smaller so wet mods with all over around the fireplace we stay site 11. the rain not was bother us but the mods what bother us so we have to leave they are early because of that . I would highly recommend to add more wood chips around that area in the ground so we could walk without the the mods

Stephen Barrett

Thank you for such a lovely welcome back after a 13 year break. I love how everyone there made the best of the Memorial Day weekend despite the weather. It was also a great venue for seeing old friends as well as meeting new ones. So great having out Canadian friends there again. They definitely rose to the occasion with their hosting abilities.

Ann Vine

A perfect mixture of fun and relaxation. Everyone was so welcoming. TRC is a special place. I plan on returning a few times this season!

Boon Tan

Very nice private beautiful campground

John Walton

A very welcoming place. A little quiet in summer 2020 (Covid related), but I bet it will be hopping in 2022 (Had to skip the 2021 season). You do need to be self contained or bring your own drinking water if tenting. There is a spring on sight but not tested and certified potable. I boiled a gallon a day or buy a berke? filter. Gray water dump by the bucket, no black water dump. Potable water at the Ranger station a few miles up the road.