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Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests

Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests, Washington

Yes, being just south of the Canadian border might mean it’s a little chilly, but a trip to the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is totally worth it. From mountains to valleys, every inch of this Read more...
Yes, being just south of the Canadian border might mean it’s a little chilly, but a trip to the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is totally worth it. From mountains to valleys, every inch of this forest is absolutely breathtaking. Take, for example, Mt. Baker itself: the snow-capped, glacier-covered active volcano is every hiker’s dream—that is, if they’re not adverse to a little snow. The ascent to Mt. Baker’s summit, called Grant Peak, actually brings hikers over a 1,300-foot-deep mound of ice. Pro tip: you’ll want to wear an extra warm pair of socks (or two) for this trip. But don’t worry; for the ice and snow-adverse, there’s plenty else to do in the forest. Tube down one of the pretty rivers that make up the Skagit Wild and Scenic River System, fish for trout in the forest’s numerous lakes, or take your bike, horse or ATV for a spin over 1,500 miles of trails (using your own two feet is, of course, also an option). We have a feeling you’ll hit the sleeping bag with your head spinning with ideas for what to tackle the following day, so make sure your trip to the forest is long enough to take it all in!
San Juan Campground
San Juan Campground is gonna make you wish you had more PTO days. A perfect combo of sun and shade,...
Beckler River Campground
Lizz
Lizz: Lots of beautiful dispersed campsites farther up the road!
Money Creek Campground
You’re gonna feel like you hit the jackpot at this spot--Money Creek Campground is fully loaded with...
Miller River Group Campground
Situated on the banks of the tranquil river, Miller River Group Campground is an ideal place for large...
Troublesome Creek Campground
Court
Court: This is a great family campsite if you get your reservations in early. Good day hikes all around. It's...
Marten Creek Group Campground
The Marten Creek Group Campground sits on a forested bench above the South Fork Stillaguamish River....
Bedal Campground
Mark
Mark: Quiet, out of the way campground on the Sauk river, whose rapids will lull you to sleep. From...
Beaver Creek Group Campground
Leave it to Beaver Creek Group Campground to set yourself up for an epic weekend in the wilderness!...
Tulalip Mill Site Group Campground
Tucked between the Old Mill Pond and South Fork Stillaguamish River, the Tulalip Mill Site Group...
Coal Creek Group Campground
Coal Creek Group Campground is great for families, so bring the kids! Located in the forest of cedar,...
Ashland Lakes Trail Dispersed Camp
Jacob
Jacob: Also, since it's a very short hike, there are no crowds. However, it's right next to a very crowded...
Denny Creek Campground
Mark
Mark: Very convenient campground just off of I-90 on the banks of the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River. ...
Red Bridge Campground
Calling all river rats! There are sites and restrooms in this campground nestled among lush greenery...
Coal Lake/Independence Lake Trailhead Dispersed Camp
Drive-up, throw down, and wake up to adventure at Coal Lake/Independence Lake Trailhead Dispersed...
Boardman Creek Group Campground
Boardman Creek Group Campground is the perfect spot for those looking for a convenient campground that...
Esswine Group Campground
The Esswine Group Campground is conveniently located near the road that parallels the Mountain Loop...
Wiley Creek Group Campground
Wiley Creek Group Campground is a short walk from the South Fork Stillaguamish River and located in a...
Tinkham Campground
Madison
Madison: The campground itself is great, if you drive along the road though youll find a bunch of free camping...
Gold Basin Campground
C
C: Gold Basin 2015 Closure: The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest has closed this campground for the...
Verlot Campground
If it’s not always sunny in Seattle, it can be at Verlot Campground! On a sunny day you’ll find a...
Turlo Campground
In a peaceful and serene setting of towering firs, cedars and hemlocks, Turlo Campground offers single...
Clear Creek Campground
Clear Creek is your spot! Under studly fir trees you’ll find campsites for tents or trailers with a...
Suiattle Guard Station
Camp in a little piece of history nestled alongside the Suiattle River, among surrounding old-growth...
Pacific Crest Trail #2000 Suiattle Pass Dispersed Camp
Want a little taste of what the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail) has to offer? Hike-in from multiple angles...
Dalles Campground
Snag a spot at this 45-site campground and you’ll be super close to the winding White River, and...
Mineral Park Campground
Jeff
Jeff: Stayed August 12-14, 2016, in the west campground. The campground is very secluded and the sites have...
Bear Lake Trail 703 Dispersed Camp
Skip the whole glampground thing and just toss the tent where its convenient at Bear Lake Trail 703...
Corral Pass Campground
The steep drive to the Coral Pass Campground is so worth it for the ah-mazing views. The sites here...
Marble Creek Campground
Marble Creek Campground is recommended for those looking for something remote AND memorable. With tent...
Silver Springs Campground
Jane Ellen
Jane Ellen: Camped here mid-September. Some of the sites sit between the glacial White River and the lovely...
Evans Creek Campground
At Evans Creek Campground, you’ll hear the sound of birds chirping, water rushing, and engines...
Horseshoe Cove Campground
Jill
Jill: Group site B water views and room for 2 motorhomes and 6+ 4 person tents. 3 picnic tables, bathrooms....
Bayview South Group Campground
As you may suspect, there are two group campgrounds you can reserve here, a North and a South group....
Bayview North Group Campground
It’s true—nature is best explored with good company! You can make room for everyone by setting up camp...
Boulder Creek Campground
Donna
Donna: This campsite is easy to get to. Very secluded and quiet. Most sites are right on the river. One of my...
Panorama Point Campground
With a name like “Panorama Point,” you’d expect this campground to have a pretty awesome view—and it...
Swift Creek Campground
If you get bored easily, then Swift Creek Campground is the perfect home base for you. Its location...
Shannon Creek Campground
Splish splash! Come on down to Shannon Creek Campground for easy access to a designated swimming area...
Park Creek Campground
Fall asleep to the gentle tinkle of water running over rocks in Park Creek at this campground. Looking...
Hannegan Trailhead Dispersed Camp
Backpackers, this camping spot is for you. Travel along Hannegan Pass into the Mt. Baker Wilderness or...
Silver Fir Campground
Bust out your tanning oil and a good book! This campground, open May through September, is a short...
Excelsior Group Campground
Excelsior Group Campground is located in a forested area, shaded by Douglas fir, western red cedar,...
Douglas Fir Campground
Talk about a one stop campground! Douglas Fir has everything you need for a comfortable overnight stay...
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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...
The Landing
Evan
Evan: The Landing in Index, WA was incredible! Driving up Highway 2 in Washington is one of the nation's...
Peshastin Valley Joe Farm
Ronald
Ronald: East of the Cascade mountain range in Northern Washington sits a small Bavarian themed town named...
Forests, Fields, & Creek-Oh My!
Drew
Drew: The grass smelled sweet. It felt like a dream underneath my feet. We were welcomed in last minute with...
Seven Lakes Campground
Erinn
Erinn: Driving through neighborhoods and winding roads that conform to the curve of the nearby lakes, it...
When Pigs Fly Farm
Erinn
Erinn: Pulling off Highway 9, you're greeted to When Pig's Fly Farm, "Eggs...Veggies...Herbs..." and 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...
Skagit Creekside Camp
Juliana
Juliana: Our stay at Skagit Creek, though it was short, was lovely. Upon arrival, our host Marla was there to...
Dragonfen
Tamara
Tamara: Private camping in the woods next to a slough, at this time completely primitive. Hike in a very short...
Baring Camp in the Sky Valley
Meredith
Meredith: This camp is a quite and private RV and tent lot next to a Fairy Tale A Frame house also available for...
The Arboretum
Evan
Evan: Whether you're roadtripping through Washington or looking to explore Mount Rainier National Park, The...
Camp Under the Cedars
Stephanie
Stephanie: We have several spots to choose from. The large camp site (which can accommodate 2-3 tents also has a...
Natures Acres
Kathy
Kathy: Natures Acres is in a beautiful area, safe and secure, Convenient. yet private. Close to what nature...
Forest self lifting Treehouse
Sara
Sara: We loved this place! This is a real treehouse build by Terry&Erin for his daughter. They...
Boundary Bridge Camping
Megan
Megan: The Boundary Bridge camping spot is nestled away in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest next to...
Upper Skagit Climber's Dojo
Denise
Denise: This was a great last minute option to camp in the area. I'm happy I remembered HipCamp existed after...
Forest Yurt/Palace
Evan
Evan: Terry and Erin run a great little homestead and farm out in the North Cascades. They are on-the-go...
Glamping on the Farm
Chris
Chris: Stay in a vintage 1967 Avion. Updated to give more modern convenience, but retains the feel of the...
"RIVET" Airstream Flying Cloud
Erinn
Erinn: Every. Detail. Is. Perfect. It's no wonder... Jacki has been a concierge for upwards of twenty years...
Free Horse Farm - Tent Camp
Erinn
Erinn: Free Horse Farm redefines magical... made especially true by it's owner, Sus. Her life is a tapestry...