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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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Bumps & Bruzas Riverfront
95% 94 Responses
$22/night
Caleb
Caleb: Pat was a great host, our site was perfect. And the weather could not have been better.
The Lot!
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The Lot!
100% 5 Responses
$30/night
Rose
Rose: Kevin was a great host - very generous and welcoming! The Lot was the perfect spot to t...
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.
The meadow of tipis and solar lights.
Chloe drinks from the creek near the perfect spot to enjoy.
The morning fog.
forest hiking activity
The view of the farmhouse and meadow of tipis from up the hill.
Canvas tent provided
Erinn
Erinn: Mount Rainier Farm is an animal sanctuary. First and foremost, everyone should know thi...
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cabin winter lodging
The entrance to the cabin.
Fire pit- bring your own wood
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Cabin provided
Kim
Kim: Peggy is the sweetest, most helpful and flexible host. We had a wonderful experience at...
The park encompasses over 236,000 acres with elevations ranging from 1,600 feet to over 14,000 feet.
The campsite
The drive in.
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Nearby pond
Camp at The Brew Farm!
86% 21 Responses
$25/night
Jonathan
Jonathan: We had a wonderful time at this Hipcamp. The location is extremely private and peaceful...
Little Red Cabin- Charm Galore!
View from the deck to Skate Creek
View from the cabin and across the street
Cute kitchen with a 4 burner stove and a dorm sized fridge
Renters love the spiral staircase that goes up to the loft bedroom
Cabin provided
Peggy
Peggy: Our Little Red Cabin is nestled in Paradise Estates just 5 miles from the Paradise...
Mount Rainier is the 5th oldest national park, created in 1899, after Yellowstone, Yosemite, General Grant (Kings Canyon), and Sequoia.

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Tex and Jo's Base Camp
Tex and Jo's Base Camp
Tex and Jo's Base Camp
Tex and Jo's Base Camp
Tex and Jo's Base Camp
Marleena & Dave
Marleena & Dave: Secluded 10 acres of bliss off Highway . Pitch your own tent or perfect for an RV set...
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...
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.
The lawnmowers at work
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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...
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% 48 Responses
$25/night
Evan
Evan: Whether you're roadtripping through Washington or looking to explore Mount Rainier Nati...
John Muir climbed Mount Rainier in 1888. Later he said that the mountain is best viewed from below.
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...
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Cheers!
The loft
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Cabin provided
Nicole
Nicole: This is definitely a destination Hipcamp!! Come for the location and the solitude and s...
July and August are best for wildflowers and hiking. In winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular.
Vanlife
This pallet table was great for our camp kitchen
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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 ...
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Creekside Paradise
Dave
Dave: We loved staying here! The hosts are wonderful. A few important things to understand be...
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Cozy Valley Farm Camp
Cozy Valley Farm Camp
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Brittany
Brittany: When we arrived, there is a gate to the right that is available to us that leads us pre...
We loved how much space we had on the property!
The interior is beautiful and spacious! Mario has added so many thoughtful details.
Perfect place to spend an evening. Don't forget to bring some firewood!
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View from the site. We were there on a grey day but it was still beautiful!
RV or Trailer provided
Airstream Lodge
100% 4 Responses
$125/night
Evan
Evan: Do yourself a favor and take a trip to Vashon Island to stay at the Airstream Lodge! Th...
Gazebo with Elestial En-hydro Smokey Quartz Earth Keeper
Kendell
Kendell: What an incredible camping experience! We had just finished a 37 mike hike and looking ...
Set up our rooftop tent!
View from campsites
We cooked, made a fire, and spent most of our time down by the river.
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Bridge across stream down to river.
River Rock Meadows
91% 27 Responses
$35/night
Brittany
Brittany: On a bright, sunny day my husband and I arrived and were amazed by the rushing river an...
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Morning snuggles in this cozy space
Cooking salmon burgers on the campfire
Great little cabin with natural light
Morning coffee on the porch
Cabin provided
Island Jungalow
100% 4 Responses
$55/night
Nicole
Nicole: This was such a cozy romantic place to stay on Bainbridge! I would highly recommend thi...
One tent set-up option is in the back southeast corner of the far pasture.
Painted ponies.
Chickens roam free throughout the property.
There is a system of trails behind the property, ideal for a sunrise walk or sunset horseback ride.
Bethanne gives you free reign to choose where you'd like to camp throughout the back property.
Megan
Megan: This property has a lot to offer while still being close to Tacoma and Olympia. If you ...