Just a short ferry ride from Seattle, this family campground is set right above the beaches of the Puget Sound. Seventy two state parks, recreation areas and state forests should speak for itself. Although not your typical bright blue in color, Lake Wenatchee is as clear as day and very clean. Eisenhower and El Dorado could be strung together with a smidgeon of Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve thrown in the middle. Or if you're in a bit of a hurry, walk-in reservations are also welcome, so feel free to stop in on your way through and reserve a campsite for the night or even longer if you like. We have heard this rule is rarely enforced. Bring mosquito repellent crucial in early summer and your trout fishing pole.
We love this campground because it serves as a perfect last minute getaway spot for couples and families alike. Tucked away in the Colville National Forest, the campground is especially well known for its ample wildlife viewing opportunities. Our clean, level sites and full hookups let you easily set up camp so you can enjoy the fun activities and quality amenities that come standard behind every yellow sign. With a prime location in the Methow Valley area, guests at this campground can enjoy the great outdoors, while enjoying the culture and excitement in town. Download our free Enjoy, and happy camping! We have never stayed for 14 consecutive days in any given park, but have stayed longer than two weeks as we hopped around from park to park. There are even parks for campers who want a little bit of both! If you are a Snowbird or Winter Texan looking to escape to the winter weather, consider planning an extended stay at one of our quality southern, warm locations.
Offering some of the most scenic views in all of the North Cascades, Tinkham is great for both families and campers of all background and experience. Visit their website and contact them for more information. Every state, for your perusing pleasure. Seek out a friendly staff member in the easy-to-spot yellow shirt for help. Within walking distance of the Front Street shopping district, has full hook-up pull-through sites and tent sites. The surrounding area also has several campgrounds just a short drive away from the national park.
Junior Ranger Program Oregon has one of the best state Jr. If you head outside the park, you can visit Maryhill State Park, Maryhill Winery, and Maryhill Museum. Each cabin is 12-by-20-feet and is furnished with one folding futon couch that sleeps two, one bunk bed that sleeps three, and a table with five chairs. Utilities are included when available. There are day-use areas within the park, but day-use would require a. Located in the Central Cascades about an hour and 15 minutes from Seattle is the challenging yet rewarding Lake Serene.
The Northeast is the most expensive place to camp, while the Southwest is the cheapest. Located adjacent to beautiful , Fairholme Campground is one of the best places to go camping on the Olympic Peninsula. Six ways to make the perfect cup at camp. Head south past the outdoor sculptures at Raymond to reach Long Beach, home to the annual week-long Washington State International Kite Festival, the annual migration of hundreds of birds and an eight-mile hike to Ilwaco. Most of the best free campsites in Washington are ideal for tent campers and camper vans, although many do accommodate too. Although campsites are not very private, the 155 sites are very spacious. In other words, two couples and three kids is not cool, one couple and ten kids is fine.
To save money on campgrounds in Washington, consider planning your trip in the off season. Love outdoor adventure in the Pacific Northwest? Just take a look at the parks, find your favorite, and start planning an unforgettable vacation to the Evergreen State! The sites are spacious and everything is immaculate. About the Author Lisa Fritscher is a freelance writer specializing in disabled adventure travel. Just minutes from charming downtown , this campground is situated on the northern end of. It's like taking a mini version of your home with you with the privacy of having your own bathroom. Home to snow-capped mountains, scenic shorelines, lush green forests, peaceful rivers, and vast amounts of wildlife, this picturesque state has everything you could want in a vacation spot.
Feral horses are free to roam or run, and grow slightly fat with saltwater laden plants on a sandy, dune-laden shore, all with a state park campground for you and yours to kick back and watch the wild grapes grow ripe. Sites 15, 17, and 18 offer the best view of the River and the flowing waters can be heard best at sites 14-19. After a blissful night sleep in the pure mountain air, indulge in 18 holes of golf on Leavenworth's beautiful regulation public course, only 2 miles down the road. To top it all off, the park is pet-friendly, offers a clubhouse complete with kitchen and book exchange, and has free wireless internet and cable tv. Their season lasts from April through the third week of October. The rain shadow of the Cascade Mountains means this region is much drier than Western Washington — some areas are even desert.
That is, there is no statewide park pass. This makes for a good spot to relax and enjoy the beauty before hopping back on the plane. Kenanna truly has everything you need for a carefree stay. Our long term campground has all the amenities to make your extended camping stay a comfortable and happy one. Legend has it, a local logger carved a giant wooden ball from a log and after rolling it into the lake, would stand atop the floating ball and walk it from one end of the lake to the other! This includes stabilizing jacks to ensure your camper stays nice and level.