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Deception Pass Guide
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The best camping near Deception Pass, Washington.

Coves, rugged cliffs, and breathtaking sunsets make Deception Pass State Park the most popular camping spot in Washington.


Olympic View Cabin

Olympic View Cabin

95% Recommend – 11 Responses
Andrew
Andrew: There is a lot of potential for this location, and the owners are working hard to get it in great cond...
Direct book $50/night
When Pigs Fly Farm

When Pigs Fly Farm

100% Recommend – 6 Responses
Erinn
Erinn: Pulling off Highway 9, you're greeted to When Pig's Fly Farm, "Eggs...Veggies...Herbs..." and the visi...
Direct book $50/night
Located in Northwest Washington, Deception Pass State Park is perfect for families, small groups, or even the adventurous individual. Swimming and fishing are available in Cranberry Lake, along with miles and miles of Puget Sound beachfront. Deception Pass State Park spreads over 4,134 acres, including a marine and camping park with 77,000 feet of saltwater shoreline, and Read more...
Located in Northwest Washington, Deception Pass State Park is perfect for families, small groups, or even the adventurous individual. Swimming and fishing are available in Cranberry Lake, along with miles and miles of Puget Sound beachfront. Deception Pass State Park spreads over 4,134 acres, including a marine and camping park with 77,000 feet of saltwater shoreline, and 33,900 feet of freshwater shoreline divided between three lakes. Historically, the land was settled by the Samish and the Swinomish tribes, who lived in the area until the early 1900s. There are over 30 miles of hiking trails, perfect mountain biking terrain, and plenty of water for boating and fishing. Deception Pass camping is nothing short of fantastic, with 167 tent sites, 143 utility spaces, and ten showers. Camping is located across three campgrounds within the park. In addition to individual sites, there is a group camp area that can accommodate up to 50 people. Set up camp in the lush, green forests that blanket these coastal hills, or book a site just a short walk from the water for postcard-worthy sunrises and sunsets. If you find yourself in Northwest Washington, Deception Pass camping is a must-see and must-do.
Historic Heart of Cascadia
Brooke
Brooke: This place was absolutely amazing! The cabin we stayed in was a perfect place to hang out and rest for...
Direct book $45/night
Forests, Fields, & Creek-Oh My!

Forests, Fields, & Creek-Oh My!

100% Recommend – 10 Responses
Drew
Drew: The grass smelled sweet. It felt like a dream underneath my feet. We were welcomed in last minute with...
Direct book $40/night
A high bridge connects Western Washington’s mainland with Whidbey and Fidalgo islands.
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 b...
Direct book $40/night
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 ch...
Direct book $45/night
Deception Pass offers five saltwater and two freshwater boat ramps, plus 710 feet of saltwater dock and 450 feet of freshwater dock.
Skagit Creekside Camp

Skagit Creekside Camp

100% Recommend – 5 Responses
Juliana
Juliana: Our stay at Skagit Creek, though it was short, was lovely. Upon arrival, our host Marla was there to w...
Request book $21/night
Seven Lakes Campground
Erinn
Erinn: Driving through neighborhoods and winding roads that conform to the curve of the nearby lakes, it seem...
Request book $50/night
The pass and Whidbey Island were "discovered" by Captain George Vancouver during his early surveys of the Northwest U.S. coastline in 1792.
Take a train to your tent!
Thea
Thea: This campsite is an awesome adventure and worth taking the extra time to explore all around as well as...
Direct book $84/night
Gaia Rising Farm Campsite
Sequoia
Sequoia: Pitch your tent next to the farm pond.  You may see ducks, swallows, kingfishers, herons and many...
Direct book $35/night
The Deception Pass area has been home to various Coast Salish tribes for thousands of years.
Prairie RV Parking Site South
Andrew
Andrew: This was a great place to stay very near to Olympic National Park! We were greeted by the host, Sid, w...
Request book $40/night
Small Clearing in the Woods
Dean
Dean: This is just a place to pitch a tent in the woods. I own two acres of undeveloped woods in the middle...
Direct book $12/night
George Vancouver gave it the name "Deception" because it had misled him into thinking Whidbey Island was a peninsula.
The Landing

The Landing

100% Recommend – 71 Responses
Evan
Evan: The Landing in Index, WA was incredible! Driving up Highway 2 in Washington is one of the nation's bes...
Direct book $75/night
Our Little Piece of Paradise
Andrew
Andrew: This site was incredible! The placement of the sites, along with the included amenities in the roundho...
Direct book $40/night
Multi-Purpose Yurt
Shaelee
Shaelee: Goodness Tea provided. Located on a permaculture food-forest farm, our yurt is used for drying herbs,...
Direct book $37/night
Tulgey Wood
Shaelee
Shaelee: Pitch your tent in the farm woods and access our private trail to the Dungeness River. Gaze at the...
Direct book $21/night
Forest Grove Tent Campsite #3
Christine
Christine: Just 4 miles west of Sequim and a short distance from Port Angeles, in the heart of the Olympic...
Direct book $45/night
Forest Grove Tent Campsite #2
Christine
Christine: Just 4 miles west of Sequim and a short distance from Port Angeles, in the heart of the Olympic...
Direct book $45/night
Luxury in a 13' LotusBelle tent
Ivy
Ivy: Cheryl was a wonderful host, so welcoming and accommodating :) The location is the perfect proximity ...
Direct book $154/night
Analog Heart of Cascadia
Craig
Craig: Reg was a fantastic host! Our cabin was clean and comfortable, and there was a lot of great hikes a...
Direct book $45/night