Steep and curvy roads lead up to the top of a hill where the campground is located. While it is beautiful, there aren’t any sweeping views of the surrounding coastline unless you have a drone :)
There is a trail that climbs even higher up the...
The park limits your stay to 3-nights. There are port-o-pods, fire pits, and picnic tables. The sites are fairly small so I wouldn't think anything over 30' could get in.
There is a boat dock with access to the river so if you have a boat,...
This campground is free if you have a Washington State Discovery Pass. If you don’t have a pass you can’t stay here as there is no way to pay onsite. The annual pass is $30 so it pays for itself quickly. I think you can get them at several...
That is right ladies and gentleman you too can camp at a gun range!
I love finding remote places in the woods to free camp. We rolled in here after dark and had to find our way in on a moonless night. We managed to find the spot but it wasn’t...
This is almost the perfect campsite. It backs directly up to the water of the Columbia River. We had a beautiful night with a full moon and a gorgeous sunrise that lit up Mt. Hood. We even got a visit from a river otter which was amazing....
The location is nice being close to Jasper. Wapiti which means white rump refers to the backside of an Elk. Appropriately, we saw elk almost daily sometimes walking directly through our campsites, which is awesome! The campground has a central...
The campground is well laid out so that campers don’t feel overly close to one another. While lacking showers the bathroom facilities are very clean and modern with running water. Potable water is available but there are no dump facilities. There...
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We stayed in both the A-loop (unpowered) and the D loop (powered). The campsites in both areas of the campground were well spaced out with ample elbow room between the sites. We had a great and quick check-in. The campground is adjacent to the...
Beautiful campground surrounded by the high peaks of Yoho National Park. Our site was laid out in an open field leaving no privacy but with the lack of trees, the mountains are in full view. The bathrooms are dated but functional and when we were...
This is a very nice tree-covered campground option near the town of Banff. While Tunnel Mountain 2 feels like a parking lot, Tunnel Mountain 1 is well laid out so that each campsite has trees for privacy. No electric and the tree allow limited...
"The Best Option in Monterey"
"Close to Perfect but the Trains Suck"
"Great Location! Needs Showers."
"Beautiful Spot with Great Cell Coverage"
"Forested Campground in Banff"
"One of the best in the Canadian Rockies"
"No Data but Nice Showers"
"Crowded but with a Touch of Nature"
"Remote, Cold, Beautiful!"
"Beautiful remote, wooded campground"
"Location, location, location"
"Boondocking at its best!"
"Love this spot right on the Salmon River!"
"Friendly Owner and Free Boondocking"
"Great Showers and Price!"
"Loved this historic spot on the Snake River"
"Remote Mountainous Sites"
"Unique, Amazing, and Free!"
"Beautiful Lake with lots of Birds"
"Beautiful Scenery and Wildlife"
"Beautiful spot but could be a challenge to get to."