Camp K Information

Some campsites are RV compatible and have 120 v A/C power & water. Other campsites available for tenting. Pit toilets are available at the RV and Musher Camp. Individual fires are allowed in a container which is raised above the ground.  Charcoal and propane barbecues are allowed.

Camping Fees:
$5 per person, per night.
$1 per dog donation to support the development and maintenance of the Musher Camp.
Fees payable to: Camp Koinonia upon arrival at the race. Someone will come around to your campsite and collect your fees.  Cash or check.
These fees are separate from and additional to race entry fees.

Directions to Camp K

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25 miles east of Snoqualmie Pass, 7 miles west of Cle Elum
Exit 78 off I-90, Golf Course Rd. Turn south, go over the RR tracks and up the hill slightly and take 1st right onto West Nelson Siding Rd. About 1/4 mile the road bends to the right and the entrance to Camp K is straight ahead onto a dirt road. There will be a sign for the camp. Follow the road up the hill where it bends to the left over a bridge that goes over the irrigation canal and up another short hill. Once you see the Camp information board, turn to the right which brings you by the camp director’s house. Continue on that road and where it bends to the left you will want to go straight which takes you into the campground.

For more information: Susan Scofield, 360-446-0255 home, 360-790-5022 cell, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

NWSDA alcohol policy at the Camp Koinonia

The Club appreciates the use of the Camp K facilities and will implement an alcohol policy.  Disregard of this policy will result in a warning. If you continue to ignore our request, then you will be asked to leave. The use of alcohol needs to be discreet. The drink (wine/beer/liquor) needs to be in a container that could hold any non-alcoholic beverage. There can be no carrying of wine/beer/liquor bottles to and from the campfire or to other trucks. You may not have visible alcohol containers sitting outside your truck. You will be required to take all drink containers home with you. We can never see the cans and bottles littering the ground at any time. Excessive use of alcohol will not be tolerated.

Camp K Map


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Camp K Off-Site Map

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