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Camping at Sea Camp next week...

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Camping at Sea Camp next week...

I am bringing our family to Sea Camp for three nights next week. Do we need a water purifier--or is the water truly potable?

Also, judging from some photos I've seen it looks like the fire pits have a grill which can fold over them. Is that true for all the sites?


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1. Re: Camping at Sea Camp next week...

You don't need to purify the water at Sea Camp campground, ranger station, or Dungeness (or at Plum Orchard if you take the tour); however, the water at the backcountry campsites should be purified.

I've camped at Sea Camp about a dozen times, and our sites have all had grills.

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2. Re: Camping at Sea Camp next week...

The water at Sea Camp is purified but tastes terrible (Florida water). Bring those individual Crystal Light powders to help.

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