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Mount Rainier Guide
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The best camping near Mount Rainier, Washington.

Experience the jaw-dropping beauty of Mount Rainier. Snowy trails, alpine lakes, wildflowers, hikes, campsites, cabins and lodges galore.


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Erinn
Erinn: Mount Rainier Farm is an animal sanctuary. First and foremost, everyone should know this so they're pr...
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Bumps & Bruzas Riverfront
Pat
Pat: Very simple property on the Carbon River about 800ft of river front. Couple of fire rings, nothing...
Direct book $15/night
Calling all adventurers! If you haven't experienced Mount Rainier yet, it's about to jump to the top of your favorite-places-ever list. Rainier is bursting with sunny trails, forests, waterfalls, alpine meadows and mountain animals (hello, marmots). Whether you're dreaming of a night under the stars at a campground, a secluded RV spot along the creek, or a cozy cabin tucked Read more...
Calling all adventurers! If you haven't experienced Mount Rainier yet, it's about to jump to the top of your favorite-places-ever list. Rainier is bursting with sunny trails, forests, waterfalls, alpine meadows and mountain animals (hello, marmots). Whether you're dreaming of a night under the stars at a campground, a secluded RV spot along the creek, or a cozy cabin tucked behind the evergreens, you may decide to extend your stay once you lay eyes on this mountain of epic proportions (and epic views). Located less than 2 hours southeast of the Seattle/Tacoma area, it's easy to get to Mount Rainier. Most of the park is typically accessible from May to September, and is a favorite getaway for Seattleites and outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world. A rainbow of wildflowers coat the meadows in summer months and deep reds and oranges come next in fall. In winter and spring, say hello to snow camping in a tent or a toasty cabin. Although most of the park's campsites close from October to May, there are plenty of private land gems to choose from to give you a mountain adventure you won't soon forget.
Ohanapecosh Campground
Katie
Katie: Bring water shoes to enjoy playing in the Ohanapecosh River. The stream is quite strong, a lot more po...
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Mowich Lake Campground
Alex
Alex: Tons and tons of skeeters, but even more wildflowers.
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The park encompasses over 236,000 acres with elevations ranging from 1,600 feet to over 14,000 feet.
Bumping Lake Campground
Stephanie
Stephanie: Lots of campsites on water.
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La Wis Wis Campground
Todd
Todd: Great, large but secluded spot. Camped at E 6 along the right along the river. Fire ban was in place s...
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Mount Rainier is the 5th oldest national park, created in 1899, after Yellowstone, Yosemite, General Grant (Kings Canyon), and Sequoia.
Mowich Lake Group Campground
Like camp spots that keep the tourists away? Mowich Lake Campground is like a local’s Mount Rainier....
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White River Campground
Sarah
Sarah: White River is the only car campground on the Sunrise side of Rainier. If you are lucky you can get so...
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The Wonderland Trail goes around the mountain and is close to 100 miles long. It's strenuous and busiest in late summer and early fall.
Soda Springs Campground
Soda Springs Campground is on the wooded banks of the Bumping River. What exactly is being bumped? No...
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Silver Springs Campground
Jane Ellen
Jane Ellen: Camped here mid-September. Some of the sites sit between the glacial White River and the lovely Silve...
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John Muir climbed Mount Rainier in 1888. Later he said that the mountain is best viewed from below.
Alder Lake Main Campground
If you’re in the Alder Lake Park area, chances are you’re planning on doing some sightseeing or hiking...
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Cascade Loop Campground
Jill
Jill: Small private campgrounds tucked away on the edge of big, gorgeous lake. We had a private entrance to ...
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July and August are best for wildflowers and hiking. In winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular.
Big Creek Campground
Kamren
Kamren: Right near Mt. Rainier base camp. Many hiking locations nearby. High Rock fire-tower hike was absolute...
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Cougar Rock Group Campground
Helen
Helen: You can reserve up to 6-months ahead of time.
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Pleasant Valley Campground
Wake up in the morning to the invigorating sound of the American River rushing past you and the sweet...
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Cougar Rock Campground
Megan
Megan: Great campground close to Paradise! Lots of hikes leave from this campground and you are a short drive...
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Tieton Pond Dispersed Campground
Pack up that tackle box and skip on over to Tieton Pond Dispersed Campground for secluded angling...
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Clear Lake North/Grade Forest Group Campground
If your crew likes their lakeside camping with a shot of adrenaline, Clear Lake North/Grade Forest...
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Pine Needle Group Campground
Pine Needles. Rivers. Camping. ‘Merica. Bring a tribe of up to 60 peeps out to Pine Needle Group...
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Salmon Cove Group Campground
All you bearded men and flannel-wearing ladies, clear your calendar and get on over to Salmon Cove...
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