Panther Creek

Gifford Pinchot National Forest

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National Forest Development Road 65 Carson, WA 98610 509-395-3401 360-891-5001

GPS: 45.821, -121.876

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Overview of Panther Creek

Number of Sites 41

Reservations yes

Elevation 918 ft / 279 m

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Ratings Summary

Overall Rating
Site Quality
CJ Drives A Van
Ford Transit
8 reviews
“Favorite with locals- busy!”

Reviewed 7/23/2019

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 2
Overall Rating

I used to live in the area, so have camped in this general area many times. Some beautiful scenery in the area. Campground is usually busy. Lots of boondocking in addition to the campground itself further up the mountain, but locals stake out the best sites early. And some of them party well into the night. Loudly. With guns. Never had any problems, but common sense may be required. Heavy use area, which means most boondocking sites will have ammo shells and a bit of trash on them. Too far off highway 14 to really be a good base for quick Columbia river gorge exploring, but if you’re in the area for awhile, it’s a slice of nice southwestern Washington forest land.

Site Quality

CJ Drives A Van would stay here again

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