Category: Camping

Cape Disappointment Campground

Cape Disappointment Campground is the most popular campground along the Washington coastline- and for good reason. It’s large, open year-round, within walking distance of the ocean, well-maintained, has a small general goods store, and it isn’t far away from many other fun beach activities….

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Ike Kinswa Campground

Ike Kinswa is a wonderful campground for making memories with family and friends. It has sites and cabins that are available all year and, although it’s most popular in summer, it’s a beautiful destination year round. Rating: ★★★ Extra Parking: $10 per vehicle Online Reservations:  Yes, Reserve Here!…

Deer Park Campground

Getting to Deer Park might be a touch intimidating if you don’t often find yourself driving up mountains on narrow dirt roads. That being said, the road is well maintained and the view is well worth the 20-mile drive from the highway (9 of…

Staircase Campground

Staircase Campground is, undoubtedly, one of our all-time favorites. The campground itself is tucked among an old growth forest alongside the North Fork of the Skokomish River, and, at just over an hour from Olympia, it’s well worth the drive. Rating: ★★★★★ Price: $20 per night…

Kalaloch Campground

Kalaloch is a gem atop a bluff along Washington’s Pacific coast. The area is lush and green, and many of the sites have ocean views. One word of caution though: they don’t call this area rainforest for nothing. Location: Olympic National Park Rating: ★★★★★ Price: $22 Online…

Takhlakh Lake Campground

Takhlakh Lake Campground is one of the best-kept secrets in western Washington. It boasts some amazing views of Mt. Adams, a lake that’s perfect for water play, and is remote enough even for the pickiest of stargazers. Location: Gifford Pinchot National Forest Rating: ★★★★(.5) Price: $18 Single,…