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The best camping near Seattle, Washington.

From glaciers to hot springs, the greater Seattle region offers something for everyone.


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
The Landing
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
Whether you prefer the mountains, ocean, or city views, you can find it all when you go camping near Seattle. Travel southwest of the city, and you will discover high altitude camping at Mount Rainier National Park, with panoramic views of the state's highest mountain. Further north, the alpine landscape of North Cascades National Park invites snow lovers to explore its Read more...
Whether you prefer the mountains, ocean, or city views, you can find it all when you go camping near Seattle. Travel southwest of the city, and you will discover high altitude camping at Mount Rainier National Park, with panoramic views of the state's highest mountain. Further north, the alpine landscape of North Cascades National Park invites snow lovers to explore its glaciers. Blackpine Horse Camp is the best option for equestrians, with campgrounds tailored to campers to bring their horse. Island campers who enjoy city views pitch their tent on Bainbridge Island, while those preferring a more secluded environment head to Hope Island Marine State Park, reachable only by boat. Choose glamping and stay in one of the fully-equipped cabins at Lakeside Resort on San Juan Island or nearby private land. Can't decide what environment you prefer? Camp at Olympic National Park and you have the Hoh Rain Forest, Pacific Ocean, glaciated mountains, and hot springs all within reach.
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 cond...
Direct book $50/night
When Pigs Fly Farm
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
Mount Rainier is 14,411 feet, making it the 21st highest in the world. It is active volcano believed to be about 500,000 years old.
Tulgey Wood
Machiko
Machiko: Surround yourself in nature at Tulgey Wood! Beautiful scenery, river, mountain views, farm animals and...
Direct book $21/night
Skykomish Campground
Lisa
Lisa: Great inexpensive sites on the river. Ours included a fire ring. Nice host, Communal kitchen for anyon...
Direct book $10/night
Olympic National Park is home to one of the last remaining temperate rain forests in North America.
Skagit Creekside Camp
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
San Juan Island National Historical Park is the former site of the Pig War, an 1859 border dispute between the U.S. and Great Britain.
Working Hobby Farm Retreat
Patrick
Patrick: Multiple areas to pitch a tent around our duck pond. Stay in the goat pasture, hay field or down by...
Direct book $50/night
Beachwold
Jeff
Jeff : Parking right off state Road 509 in North Tacoma, our beach is nearly 400 ft long and at low tide each...
Direct book $35/night
Camp in the snow: North Cascades National Park is one of the snowiest areas, with over 300 glaciers, more than any U.S. park outside Alaska.
Glamping on the Farm
Chris
Chris: Stay in a vintage 1967 Avion. Updated to give more modern convenience, but retains the feel of the...
Direct book $150/night
Dragonfen
Andrew
Andrew: The host was helpful and knowledgable of the property. The views along the river were great, thought f...
Direct book $30/night
The Olympic Peninsula is the only place where you can see the Olympic Marmot, a small rodent with a bushy tail. They live no where else.
Food Forest Farms  future pasture
Brian
Brian: This 5 acres of end of the road property is WAY off the beaten path, but close enough to civilization...
Direct book $30/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
The Heart of Chimacum
Chimacum,
Chimacum,: Pitch your tent on a private heritage homestead with a dramatic view of Chimacum Ridge towering over...
Direct book $50/night
RV
Tracy
Tracy: Enjoy mountain views a lush countryside while sleeping under the stars on a private and peaceful...
Direct book $45/night
Wildwood Farms Camp
Mary
Mary: Small working farm land with fruit trees, vegetable gardens and animals nestled between the Olympic...
Direct book $50/night
Waterfall Overlook
Rachel
Rachel: Pitch your tent in our secluded magical forest overlooking a waterfall only a few minute hike from the...
Direct book $40/night
Bumps & Bruzas Riverfront
Pat
Pat: Very simple property on the carbon river abot 800ft of river front. Couple of fire rings. Nothing...
Direct book $15/night
Woodinville Woodland Wonderland
Stephanie
Stephanie: A beautiful, quiet place not too far from anywhere where you can pitch your tent in one of several...
Direct book $30/night