I love this area for its abundance of fun things to do with a toddler. If you aren't up for the dirt fest of camping you can always bring an RV to stay in while the family explores baker lake. There are lovely places to walk, the big baker lake to enjoy and lots of fun to be had the big group campfire pits with amazing views.
Walk: with baby you can go for easy stroller rides around the campground. Watch out for bugs though, my son got bitten right on his poor little eye. If your little one like dogs strolling around the campground can be a great way to count all the different dogs out camping.
As they get a little older you can baby-wear and hike. Once your little gummybear has gotten too big to comfortably babywear on a hike you can choose to go for shorter walks and discover all the plants, leafs and trees. Bringing your littles out into nature from an early age helps them naturally learn about their place in the great big world. Wonder is something that can never be taught too young.
Kayak: I love our little 2 person inflatable kayak that can go as easily on an RV as a plane ride. Last summer my son and I kayaked in the San Juan Islands and it was a great beginners way to introduce a little person to safety and all the fun of kayaking in ponds and lakes.
Swim: remember to bring your baby's life-vest so they can float with you in the water at baker lake.
Fire pits and stories: for the younger set ghost stories may be too scary but stories of natural wonder and history are always fun for little minds to sponge up.
Life-vest: is vital for a good time to be had around water. Little ones can run fast and fall in so come prepared and teach them to love their fun water vest.
Hats: As a certified glow-in-the/-dark pale girl hats are top of my list to keep from sunburns and heatstroke (and yes, I have gotten heatstroke below 70 degrees).
Bug spray and candles: there are a number of bugs, my son got eaten up. Pack two big candles for dinners outside so you wont' be eaten alive