This list represents the most popular campgrounds in Washington. Use this list to plan your next Washington campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 Larrabee State Park Campground
Camping within 7 miles of an urban center doesn’t qualify as a true wilderness escape. But when time, inclination, or myriad ...
#2 Mora Campground
Grab your GORE -TEX for this one! We’re heading for the wet and wild (or, should I say, wetter and wilder?) side of Olympic ...
#3 Beverly Campground
Cle Elum, WA
It doesn’t get much simpler than Beverly. But that’s okay. You won’t be spending much time in the campground anyway.
#4 Corral Pass Campground
For your own personal, unsurpassed view of the north face of Mount Rainier and for a different perspective of the Crystal ...
#5 Bruceport County Park Campground
South Bend, WA
I had just about given up hope of finding an adequate replacement for Evergreen Court on the Long Beach Peninsula. This is ...
#6 Illahee State Park Campground
Here is one of those classic Northwest spots that makes spontaneous car camping such a delightful proposition in this region.
#7 Lower Falls Recreation Area Campground
Not long after the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, a small plane carried its umpteenth load of international news reporters ...
#8 Bowman Bay/Deception Pass State Park Campground
Oak Harbor, WA
Washington State Parks are seldom escapes from the crowds, and Deception Pass State Park is no exception to this. They are, ...
#9 Morrison Creek Campground
Trout Lake, WA
Whoever first misrepresented Mount Adams as “The Forgotten Mountain” must have been working for Mount Rainier National Park ...
#10 Silver Falls Campground
This listing comes highly endorsed by a number of sources, including the manager of the state parks at Lake Chelan. That ...
#11 Owhi Campground
If there is a tent camper’s Shangri-la in Washington State, it would have to be Owhi.
#12 Panorama Point Campground
Many purist Northwest wilderness-goers purposefully overlook camping options at places like Baker Lake simply because they ...
#13 Bedal Campground
You’ve probably done what I’ve done— driven right by Bedal on the way to loftier destinations or while out for a day cruise ...
#14 Beacon Rock State Park Campground
Beacon Rock, once known as Castle Rock but renamed by Lewis and Clark in 1805, towers 848 feet above the mighty Columbia ...
#15 Dungeness Recreation Area Campground
Port Angeles, WA
Let me tell you about the day I almost didn’t discover the rare beauty of Dungeness Recreation Area.
#16 Hart’s Pass Campground
Mention the name Hart’s Pass to just about anyone who considers himself or herself a well-traveled outdoor adventurer in ...
#17 Cottonwood/Salmon Meadows Campgrounds
I traipsed around the Okanogan Valley and heights for several days before I got a look at Cottonwood and Salmon Meadows. ...
#18 Soda Springs Campground
From the ridiculous to the sublime. This is what you’ll be thinking if you choose Soda Springs Campground as an alternative ...
#19 Upper Clearwater Campground
For sheer escapism, it’s hard to beat Upper Clearwater. I’ll get blasted for saying this, but there may be only one other ...
#20 Crawfish Lake Campground
Here’s one that has all the makings for being a fairly busy campground in the summer months, so you may want to put it on ...
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Wow! It is a busy hike, but that's because the views and hike are fantastic See More