Best Places to Camp in Washington

Olympic coast

Washington is one of the most underrated travel destinations. The Evergreen State is overflowing with places to see and things to do, ranging from scenic evergreen forests to ocean views, caves, lakes, bustling cities, mountains and so much more. Washington is an outdoor lover’s paradise, and these campgrounds are ones every traveler should visit.

Olympic National Park

This UNESCO World Heritage Site offers a multitude of ecosystems from rainforests to ocean beaches and mountains. Spend your days out exploring the trails or just relax in the mild temperatures on the park’s breathtaking beaches.

Lenore Lake Caves 

The Lenore Lake Caves, in the Soap Lake Area, are stunning pieces of natural history. The caves were formed from the receding of water after the Great Missoula Flood, and were used for shelter by early natives in the area. There’s a complete network of trails at Lenore Lake Caves, so you’ll want to reserve a few days for exploration.

Puget Sound 

The Puget Sound is an ideal place to escape the city for the outdoors. The area offers everything from small resort islands and sightseeing to endless kayaking, hiking and water sports. Everett, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton and a number of other scenic Washington towns and cities are located on the famed sound, so you’ll have a number of options to choose as your home base.

Mount Rainier National Park

Explore one of America’s most stunning sites with a trip to Mount Rainier National Park. Admire the diverse wildlife while you walk the parks countless trails or sit back and enjoy a driving tour in the comfort of your RV. And although utilities aren’t available at the campgrounds inside Mount Rainier National Park, your RV is welcome to park in the designated parking space next to your site.

Horseshoe Lake

Horseshoe Lake, in central/western Washington, is a place where you’ll park your RV and never want to leave. No matter the season, Horseshoe Lake is a scenic and serene place to camp and enjoy the great outdoors. Spend days on the water in your canoe or kayak or hit the trails with a mountain bike or hiking shoes. Horseshoe Lake Campground is run by the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, offering picture-perfect trailside campsites that encourage you to relax and stay a while.

Visit Freedom RV

Don’t forget to stop and see us at Freedom RV in Liberty Lake when you’re cruising throughout Washington in your RV. Whether you’re in need of RV service, camping supplies or the perfect new or used RV, we have everything you need in one place.

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