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The best camping 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.


Size comparison. They have several sites to set up your tent in. This is a 2 person backpacking tent. Guy in red shirt is over 6' 3''.  Plenty of space all around.
This water spigot is near the fire. There was also potable water in jugs provided.
I'm awful at ping pong, but man is it fun.
Fire pits, seats, great scenery, no bugs. Easy peasy.
Sit in the lovely GlassHouse and contemplate life...
Marie
Marie: Trisha and Will were lovely hosts, very friendly and welcoming. The tent site was kept ...
Flat ground and plenty of space. There is another camping area closer to the pool.
Big Rock Basecamp
Yaaay for blackberries!
So many furry friends.
Some of the critters in the adjacent field.
Big Rock Basecamp
100% 7 Responses
$35/night
Reese
Reese: Wonderful place to spend the evening, hosts were very gracious making our stay even bet...
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.
We put our tent on the hill, and parked the car just below in their driveway
A blackberry laden river a short walk away.
Old growth forest behind us!
Overlooking some of the nearby farms. Alpaca roaming around.
You can basically walk forever out there...
Sara
Sara: Even though we were having a tough time finding internet for communication, Sally was k...
Putting final touches on my tent. Also notice how close you can park your car, for added security.
After my quick tour of the site, heading to set up the tent. Huge bonus points for me, those woodchips make for a very soft and pretty dry ground.
Two Pond Farm
After packing up the tent, and walking back the next morning. Bonus points for the port-a-potty, table, and log chairs.
A short drive to a store (most of them close by 8 or 9 on the island), I found myself a drink and a sandwich. Living the good life.
Two Pond Farm
100% 4 Responses
$40/night
Laura
Laura: Hosts were wonderful and gave perfect directions! We were even surprised to see they su...
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.
Laughter around the fire
Camping area
Exploring the land
The farm store
Shower with a view
Logan
Logan: Amazing!! My girlfriend and I had to opportunity to stay here, and we couldn't be happi...
The Arboretum
Walk to the goldfish
When you see the sign for Bear Canyon West Tree Farm off of Highway 508, you're in the right place. Take a right and head down the gravel road towards the big red barn.
The open space allows for stretching your legs and bringing in larger camp vehicles! This site would also be great for tent camping or sleeping under the stars in summer.
The awesome hosts provided a picnic table, fire ring, and grate for prepping meals.
The Arboretum
100% 47 Responses
$25/night
Evan
Evan: Whether you're roadtripping through Washington or looking to explore Mount Rainier Nati...
Washington is the biggest producer of apples, raspberries, and sweet cherries in America.

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Andrew
Andrew: The hosts were right there to welcome me to the site, and provided a tour of the area t...
Wandering through the woods on the property.
The outhouse.
A friendly cat we ran into.
The roundhouse.
Heading out of the tent cabin to tour the property.
Andrew
Andrew: This site was incredible! The placement of the sites, along with the included amenities...
The rainy Olympic Peninsula contains the only rainforest in the continuous United States. The Hoh Rainforest can be found in the Olympic National Park.
Evening light at camp.
River had a great time bounding along in the tall grass.
Was happily greeted by a clear night, giving me a chance to take in the stars.
The acreage has multiple open fields, great for spotting wildlife in. I enjoyed watching the morning fog lift of this field the following day.
Beautiful camp areas complete with picnic tables. Some have great views of the fields.
Ronald
Ronald: Had a wonderful stay out at Giant Crystal Camp. The property near the crystal structure...
This pup loves camping
View of the property from the street
Cape Disappointment
Setting up camp
Beach Get-a-way
Beach Get-a-way
100% 15 Responses
$30/night
Megan
Megan: This place truly is a perfect little get-a-way from the hustle and bustle of a bigger c...
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 lawnmowers at work
forest
animal alpaca
water
forest people hammock
The Farm at Four Ewe Ranch
100% 12 Responses
$30/night
Mike
Mike: Michelle was an amazing host! She was very flexible in allowing us to pitch our tent pr...
enjoy the golden mornings right outside your door when you stay at the analog room
decisions, decisions
a golden field, right outside of your room, when you stay at the Analog room. It's perfect for dancing barefoot in the sunshine.
let the music play you,
Analogue Heart of Cascadia
Kathryn
Kathryn: I didn't want to go home! Reg was incredibly gracious and I was able to relax and sleep...
Washington has more glaciers than the rest of the lower 48 combined.
Exploring the creek.
Taking in the views at camp.
Over the Falls
forest hammock activity
Heading down to the creek to explore!
Over the Falls
100% 5 Responses
$50/night
Anna
Anna: I loved this campsite! There was a ton of land to explore, with trails going around the...
tent forest people
forest people camper
farm animal goat
horse animal
forest people camper
Brittany
Brittany: Photos won't do this site justice...magical, fairytale, hidden gem behind a farm that i...
bus lodging
Half of the lounge seating on the bus!
bus lodging
people bus lodging
The 1963 Highliner Bus
The 1963 Highliner Bus
100% 21 Responses
$99/night
Brandy
Brandy: The 63’ Highlander Bus out in Sequim was just what I was looking for, a weekend getaway...
Just safely putting our brewskies in a cooler for the afternoon.
Taking time to catch up on my Yurt knowledge while in the Yurt. How meta.
The hammock above the yurt.
The lower dock over the swimming hole.
Our host handmade this beautiful outdoor shower.
Rachel
Rachel: Our stay at Gaea Getaways was unforgettable. Our hosts greeted us and invited us into t...
Horses all around.. Camp sites have direct views..
Stunning Sunsets are a regular occurrence here..
Amazing sunsets at the ranch!!
Spokane's Western Draft Horse Ranch
Horse ranch views!
Mitchel
Mitchel: Jen was a great host. She waited for me till late night to greet me and show me around...
We spent so much time at this private sandy beach. Just a short path from Site 2!
If you pitch your tent down on the landing you can see the sunset looking north over a mellow eddy in the river.
View of Site 2 from the far side of the site. Both sites are gorgeous and huge - you honestly can't lose at The Landing!
The Landing is our top choice for campgrounds in Western Washington, and we love both sites!
The site had so much open space and we had 16 acres all to our selves!
The Landing
100% 191 Responses
$75/night
Evan
Evan: The Landing in Index, WA was incredible! Driving up Highway 2 in Washington is one of t...
Vanlife
This pallet table was great for our camp kitchen
forest people sun
forest people camper
Our host provided firewood and even had a fire going for us when we arrived.
Nicole
Nicole: We stayed here on our visit to Seattle. It feels secluded and quiet, but you are right ...
Your sleeping space for the night! There will be a ladder underneath the tent to help you get in and out.
Sandy area for hanging out by the fire.
The view from the camping spot - breathtaking!
Beautiful and secluded camp spot.
The trail to the tent is lined with thick ferns.
Megan
Megan: If you are looking for a camping experience that is both unique and secluded, the Tree ...