The day use area is has plenty of parking and picnic facilities.
You'll see moss on the trees and ferns everywhere - even growing out of the trees.
There are interpretive panels with maps and historical information about the park.
Hiking trails along the river.
This is a much larger reservable kitchen shelter.
It features rows of picnic tables, counter space and a BBQ grills.
This large shelter also features a huge stone fireplace.
This park has been restored as it occassionally floods.
The restrooms blend into the environment with river rock construction.
Despite all the trees, the day use area still gets plenty of light on sunny days.
The East Fork Satsop River is the main attraction in this park.
Inside Schafer park, the river is relatively shallow and sometimes escapes its banks.
There are sections of beach of small river-worn pebbles and rocks.
But everywhere you look, you see moss and ferns.
Here ferns are growing out of a tree bole.
A tree wearing a coat of ferns stands outside the camping area.
The bridge over the East Fork Satsop connects the two sides of Schafer Park.
View from the bridge
During the winter, anglers fish for steelhead along the river.
Angler and his steelhead catch!
Road leading back to highway with Satsop nuclear plant towers in background (these plants were decommissioned and there was never any radiation at this location).