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The 10 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.

Take a Train to Your Campsite!
Kristi
Kristi: The first word that comes to mind is, Magical. This property of 80 acres was so quaint, and full of...
The Arboretum
Evan
Evan: Whether you're roadtripping through Washington or looking to explore Mount Rainier National Park, The...
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.
The Landing
Evan
Evan: The Landing in Index, WA was incredible! Driving up Highway 2 in Washington is one of the nation's...
Olympic Wilderness River Camp
Megan
Megan: My stay at the Olympic Wilderness River Camp was great! It is the perfect little getaway spot that was...
Washington has more glaciers than the rest of the lower 48 combined.
Whidbey Island Sheep Camp
Logan
Logan: Amazing!! My girlfriend and I had to opportunity to stay here, and we couldn't be happier. After the...
Olympic View Cabin
Andrew
Andrew: There is a lot of potential for this location, and the owners are working hard to get it in great...
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.
The Rose Garden
Mike
Mike: My stay at The Rose Garden was great! The drive from Portland provided a trip through areas of...
Bridge Camp
Lisse
Lisse: We had so much fun at TreeBird Farm & Ranch! As soon as you drive onto the property you'll be...
The rainy Olympic Peninsula contains the only rainforest in the continuous United States. The Hoh Rainforest can be found in the Olympic National Park.
Your Coastal Hideout
Sara
Sara: We had an awesome stay at this Coastal Hideout. The spot has just about everything you could possibly...
Cedar Arms Campground
Jordan
Jordan: We loved the Cedar Arms Campground! The host Tom was extremely welcoming and gave us a tour of the...