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The 20 best camping spots in Washington.

Choose your own adventure in the incomparable Pacific Northwest with terrain that spans the Cascade Mountains to the forested islands of the Puget Sound.

The Landing
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1. The Landing

100% Recommend (10 Campers)

Welcome to The Landing at Index - located on the South Fork Skykomish River, in the western foothills of the Cascade Mountains, off of Highway 2. ...

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Evan: The Landing in Index, WA was incredible! Driving up Highway 2 in Washington is one of the nation's best, but being able to stop...
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The Pond
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2. The Pond

Experience the beauty of the Teanaway Valley at the White Owl Ranch. Just outside of Cle Elum at the base of the Cascades, you'll be surrounded by...

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Tall, snow peaked volcanoes, lush green rainforests, impressive geologic features and a vibrant outdoors culture make Washington the embodiment of camping culture in the Pacific Northwest. Head to the Olympic Peninsula, where pulsing, wooded trails lead to wide, sandy beaches that are perfect for a night of beach camping under the stars. Grab a Rainier beer with the locals (if Read more...
Tall, snow peaked volcanoes, lush green rainforests, impressive geologic features and a vibrant outdoors culture make Washington the embodiment of camping culture in the Pacific Northwest. Head to the Olympic Peninsula, where pulsing, wooded trails lead to wide, sandy beaches that are perfect for a night of beach camping under the stars. Grab a Rainier beer with the locals (if you so choose!) and plan your trip into the Cascades, where top-notch exploration of the national forest is your best bet for no-frills lodging in this mountain lovers' paradise. Tipi and yurt camping opportunities abound throughout the state, and Washington's moderate climate makes outdoor adventure a year-round activity, even in the snowy mountains. Don't let Seattle's cool factor fool you: the camping in eastern Washington is not to be missed. Twisting rivers, tall waterfalls and open meadows make for the perfect quiet getaway – especially if you're looking to stay dry.
Forest self lifting Treehouse
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3. Forest self lifting Treehouse

A 6'x6' cedar shingle tree house which you get in then raise yourself up into the tree.

Boundary Bridge Camping
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4. Boundary Bridge Camping

Tent space available for 6-9 person tent. Cook shack provided, no stove. Right next door to the Mount Baker National Forest and the Glacier Peak...

Washington State is 52 percent forest. Grove of the Patriarchs trail near Mount Rainier is the perfect place to see some of the state’s oldest trees: Several are over a thousand years old and more than 25 feet in circumference.
Copper Moon
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5. Copper Moon

We are a small retreat center at the end of the road nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. We are located approximately 6 miles off of...

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Forest Yurt/Palace
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6. Forest Yurt/Palace

This 30 foot diameter yurt has over 700 square feet of space, a mini kitchen, wood stove, table and chairs, and the worlds first unisex composting...

The rainy Olympic Peninsula contains the only rainforest in the continuous United States. The Hoh Rainforest can be found in the Olympic National Park.
Nason Creek Campground

7. Nason Creek Campground

If you’re worn down from roughing it at some of the less-accommodating sites in the Okanogan-Wenatchee area, a night at popular Nason Creek...

Lake Wenatchee South Campground

8. Lake Wenatchee South Campground

The Lake Wenatchee Park South Campground is pretty cool, mmmkay? Campsites 1-100 are decked-out with parking pads that are 30 to 40 feet, the South...

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Washington is the biggest producer of apples, raspberries, and sweet cherries in America.
Lake Wenatchee North Campground

9. Lake Wenatchee North Campground

Hey RVers and fifth-wheelers, hit up Lake Wenatchee North Campground! Home to many sites, 42 of which are large pull-through utility sites, there’s...

Glacier View Campground

10. Glacier View Campground

Sing along with the birds like you're in your favorite Snow White throwback while staying at Glacier View Campground. This site is located on the...

The Puget Sound is the second largest estuary in the United States. Its numerous glacier-carved channels and branches are fed by freshwater from over 10,000 rivers and streams that flow down from the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.
Long Meadow Dispersed Campground

11. Long Meadow Dispersed Campground

Long Meadow is in the middle of the Little Naches drainage, which means it’s near a lot of epic outdoor activities. But, let’s be real. If you’re...

Goose Creek Campground

12. Goose Creek Campground

Pop some bottles at Goose Creek Campground. Since this area sees light usage, it's the perfect venue for you and your entourage. You'll feel like a...

Meadow Creek Campground

13. Meadow Creek Campground

Meadow Creek Campground is a peaceful little hideaway along the Chiwawa River offering a few dispersed sites. Accessible by trailers up to 30 feet...

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Grouse Creek Group Site

14. Grouse Creek Group Site

So you say you want to throw a rad, camp-vibing shindig with all 70 of your tree-huggin’ friends? Grouse Creek Group Site is a party animal, so get...

Ida Creek Campground

15. Ida Creek Campground

Ida Creek Campground is a popular camping spot with a front-row view of the junction of Ida and Icicle Creeks. Drop by for a picnic or spend a...

Johnny Creek Campground

16. Johnny Creek Campground

Johnny Creek Campground is waiting to aid you in your spontaneous wilderness adventures, so zip in for an overnight! This popular campground is...

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Chatter Creek Group Campground

17. Chatter Creek Group Campground

Meet the love-child of Chatter Creek and Icicle Creek: Chatter Creek Campground. Nestled right in the bosom of these two sweet-flowing water...

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Chatter Creek Campground

18. Chatter Creek Campground

Listen to that loquacious water babble at Chatter Creek Campground. Get some earthly wisdom from Mother Nature at this popular spot, which gives...

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Rainy Creek Campground

19. Rainy Creek Campground

With non-reservable, lower-traffic sites that are totally free, Rainy Creek Campground leaves you free to decide what your next move will be. Will...

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Rock Island Campground

20. Rock Island Campground

Your weekend will be solid as a rock if you can snag a spot at highly popular Rock Island Campground. Don’t let the name fool you, this place is...