For the camping buff, there is no better place than Washington and the PNW. From otherworldly rainforests at Hoh Rainforest Campground to treehouses in the pines at Amongst the Pines, you'll find plenty of great camping sites in the Evergreen State. Book a site at the 10 best camping spots in Washington.
Camping in the Hoh Rainforest is like stepping into another world. The rainforest canopy, its mosses and ferns, and the lush vegetation that blankets the forest floor provide a sense of enchantment for campers of all experience levels.
Amongst the Pines offers campers a luxurious way to experience nature. With treehouses and tent options available, it's also close to modern amenities and is a great place to enjoy the outdoors.
Cape Alva State Park is another coastal forest camping destination popular with backwoods campers. This site enforces a strict leave-no-trace system, so make sure you can pack out what you bring in.
Washingtonians head to Mt. Spokane State Park for skiing, but camping aficionados know that it's also a supreme camping destination. Make sure to book your reservation early in the year, as campsites fill quickly.
Tolt-MacDonald Park and Campground sit along the Snoqualmie River, where visitors can watch Chinook salmon spawning. The forested campground has yurts for rent and large-group camping areas with fire pits.
Don’t let the name fool you — Nothing is disappointing about Cape Disappointment. Campers have been coming here for years to hike along the lighthouse and camp under the stars.
Klink's Resort is a quiet campground offering the best family-friendly camping amenities, including a swimming pool and playground. Pull up your RV and stretch out the lawn chairs to meet new friends with like-minded campers.
If you are planning on doing strenuous activities while on your camping trip, then stay at the Rolling Huts. These huts offer comfort and style after a long day of hiking, mountain biking or cross-country skiing.
The scenic Sand Hollow Recreation Area provides adventurous camping on the east side of the Columbia River. Make sure to tie down your tent, as it can get rather windy in Central Washington.
Kamloops Island Campground is a quiet campground at the mouth of the Kettle River. Campsites are tucked into the lush greenery at the top and can fit tents, RVs, and walk-in tent sites with pines and views of the river, lake, and surrounding landscape.