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Open year round, this campground gives campers access to a wilderness area within the Auburn City limits. Bordered on one side by the Stuck River, the park has a wooded, meadow and riverside area. The camping area is designed to accommodate recreation vehicles, trailers and tents. With 18 individual campsites (PDF), there are also water and electricity hookups (30 amps), picnic tables, and a fire pit. There is a shared picnic shelter and an RV dump site for park users. The day camp area is ideal for scouting, church or other group activities.

Reservations start the first working day in January and can be made by calling 253-931-3043 or can be made in person by visiting the Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 9th Street SE during regular office hours. Reservations are accepted in person, mail, fax or phone and must be accompanied with full payment. Cash, Check, Visa or MasterCard are accepted forms of payment.

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Camping Area Features


2401 Stuck River Drive

Maximum Capacity: Includes 18 sites; Campsite Measurements (PDF)

May - September: the maximum stay in the campground is seven consecutive days with a minimum of three days out of the campground, and a maximum stay of fourteen days in a 30-day period.

October - April: the maximum stay in the campground is seven consecutive days with a minimum of three days out of the campground.

Reservations can be made on the first working day of January for any date in the calendar year.

Alcohol Allowed:  No
Minimum Rental: 1 night (7 nights max.)
Rental Rate (per night, per site):


Check In/Check Out:

Check in after 2:00 PM, Check out before 1:00 PM*

*Campers that leave past 1:00 PM will automatically be charged a $40 late check out fee.

Individual Campsite:
  • Campsite Measurements (PDF)
  • Water hookups (water not available December 1-February 28)
  • Electrical hookups (30 amps)
  • Picnic table
  • Fire pit with ring - firewood available to purchase from campsite host or bring your own.
  • Quiet Hours: 11:00 PM to 7:00 AM
Special Amenities:
  • Shared picnic shelter
  • RV dump site, for registered campers only
  • 18-Hole Disc Golf Course available for play from dawn to dusk
  • Camp sites will accommodate RV's, trailers and tents
  • Geocaching

Day Camp Features

Maximum Capacity: 100
Availability: Daylight hours, June 1 - October 15
Alcohol Allowed: No
Minimum Rental: 1 day
Rental Rate (per day): $75/day; $50/day for non-profit organizations
Special Amenities: Picnic Shelter, with picnic tables (seating for 50); a grill and electrical outlet; large grass area; fire pit ring with seating (bring your own firewood). Firewood is available for purchase seasonally.

Other Game Farm Wilderness Park Amenities

  • 18-Hole Disc Golf Course available for play from dawn to dusk
  • Walking trails
  • Equestrian trail
  • Stream fishing
  • Restroom (no shower)
  • Drinking fountain
  • Lots of open grassy meadow areas
  • Geocaching

Directions to Game Farm Wilderness Park:
From I-5 or Hwy 167, take Hwy 18 East. Take the Auburn/Enumclaw Exit. At the end of the ramp, turn LEFT onto Auburn Way South. Continue south on Auburn Way South. At the intersection at M Street, be in the right hand lane in order to take Howard Road (slight right). At the end of Howard Road, turn RIGHT onto R St. SE. Continue on R St. and turn LEFT onto Stuck River Drive SE. The park is on your left.

Campground Rules: 
By camping at this site, you agree to adhere to the following rules and policies. Failure to comply will result in removal from the campground and/or no longer be allowed to camp at the campground.

  • Campground is open year round, weather permitting.
    • May-September: the maximum stay in the campground is seven (7) consecutive days with a minimum of three (3) days out of the campground. Maximum stay of fourteen (14) days in a 30 day period.
    • October-April: the maximum stay in the campground is seven (7) consecutive days with a minimum of three (3) days out of the campground.
  • Campground fee is $40.00 per site, per night. Check-in time is 2:00 PM and check-out time is 1:00 PM
    • Anyone checking out after 1:00 PM will be subject to a $40.00 late fee. Repeat offenders will no longer be allowed to camp at campground.
    • Vehicles, RVs, or trailers left in the campground without a current camping permit or in the park parking lot after dusk will be towed at the owners’ expense.
  • Drop-in camping is permitted as space allows. Drop-in campers must check-in with camp host for availability and make payment prior to occupying a campsite.
  • Reservations will be forfeited without refund if party does not arrive within 24 hours of 2:00 PM check-in time.
  • The party registering the campsite must occupy the site each night. You must be 18 years old to register for a site. The registering party is responsible for all members of the party and their guests.
  • All campers must check-in with camp host upon arrival. If host is unavailable, call the phone number on the host stand board and let the host know of arrival. If no answer, leave a message or text the phone number.
  • A maximum of eight (8) people shall be permitted at a campsite overnight.
  • Each campsite is allowed one car and one recreational vehicle. Additional vehicles are allowed as determined by the camp host.
  • All cars and recreational vehicles must be in good working condition. Vehicles may not be towed in. Performing vehicle or engine repairs is not allowed. No leaking fluids.
  • Sites are not allowed to be held for parties who have not yet arrived.
  • Quiet hours are 11:00 PM-7:00 AM. All visitors must leave by 11:00 PM.  No new arrivals after 11:00 PM No generators running during quiet hours.
  • All pets must be kept on leash no longer than eight (8) feet. Pets must be under physical control at all times.
  • Fires are allowed in designated fire pits only. No propane fire pits on grass. Fires are subject to all local and area regulations and/or restrictions. All firewood must be brought onto premise.
  • Campers are responsible for keeping campsites clean and free of litter/debris. No trash or items may be left at campsite.
  • All campers must be courteous to camp hosts, security, park personnel, and other campers.
  • Auburn staff, security, and law enforcement has the authority to interpret and enforce all rules.
  • No parking on the grass unless otherwise directed by the camp host.
  • No washing vehicles or campers in the campground.
  • No dumping of any kind in the campground. There is a dump station as you leave the campground.
  • Camp host hours are 10:00 AM-Dusk (30 minutes after sunset) daily. Please do not disturb the host during off hours unless it is an emergency or serious concern.
  • No gathering of firewood is permitted in the campground or surrounding park. Only untreated wood is allowed in the fire pits. No trash, treated wood, or plastic is allowed. Firewood is available for purchase seasonally from the camp host. Do not leave fires unattended. Extinguish all fires before vacating the site.
  • There is a one-way road through the campground, speed limit is 5 MPH.
  • No fireworks are permitted in the campground or surrounding park.
  • Do not encroach on other campers’ space. Be respectful.
  • Maintain a courteous level of volume at all hours; keep music at a reasonable level, no yelling or screaming, and use appropriate language.