Waterside camping near Granite Falls with fishing

Wake up to breathtaking Cascade views, and spend your days hiking and fishing deep in the wild.

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Waterside camping near Granite Falls with fishing guide


When it comes to camping near Granite Falls, there’s only one way to go: up! This tiny town sits at the base of the Cascades, where breathtaking campsites sit atop rocky ridges and next to sparkling lakes. Sleep in an RV park deep in the forest, or hike high in the peaks to a backcountry site. The options are endless, and adventure is waiting.

Drive east on the Mountain Loop Highway to get to the quiet Verlot Campground. Tent camping sites here sit in an old-growth forest, steps from the Stillaguamish River. Fish for salmon, or hike the Mt. Dickerman Trail to an alpine meadow covered in wildflowers. In nearby Mount Pilchuck State Park, hike to breathtaking views all the way to Seattle.

When you need to go off-grid, go deeper into the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Sleep in an adirondack shelter at Bedal Campground, or bring your RV to Clear Creek. For a serious adventure, hike into the mountains and wake up overlooking the peaks. With 1,500 miles of trails, the forest has endless opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and climbing.

Prefer to camp in style? Book a cozy yurt at River Meadows County Park, or camp in the meadow. From your tent, it’s a short walk to picnic tables, river swimming, and easy hiking.

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