We found ourselves here after failing to find a boondocking location near Mount Saint Helens. As of this review a lot of roads are still closed, and all the cool things to see are still closed as well (grr!).
This fish hatchery is run by Tacoma...
This was a backup location for us, as Trillium Airstrip Dispersed was closed due to Covid-19. Overnight parking is allowed here, but there aren't any signs that indicate as such like the Snopark across the highway.
These Snoparks are operated...
This was a backup location for us, as Trillium Airstrip Dispersed was closed due to Covid-19. Overnight parking is allowed here as indicated by the signs, but this location is busy due to the trailhead and the loop trail around Trillium...
Access to this site can be difficult for larger rigs, but those who can fit will be rewarded with a special piece of the forest. This area is a nice, flat landing with partial to full sun. We had no issues staying charged via solar, despite having...
We took a bet on this location being open because it's National Forest, and we lucked out!
Access here is pretty terrible. There are only a few viable spots in the "front" of the area as you drive in. But, if you head to the "back" (heading...
159 days ago
This location is an ATV and dirt bike paradise. Miles, and miles of open trails. We were looking for a spot to hunker down for covid-19, and we would have stayed here longer, but the weekend was the craziest we've ever seen on public...
One thing we love about boondocking is that every location is a new experience. It’s also always a surprise. And although the ebb and flow of boondockers typically follow a leave-and-arrive on Sunday pattern, this place was humming along nearly...
Theres a big truck blocking the dump with a sign on it that says RV dump closed.
We spent the Winter here; 76 days to be exact. We chose this LTVA out of all the others because it’s the least busy. When we arrived in Dec it was at about 15% occupancy and remained this way for weeks. It started to pick up at the beginning of...
Hands down one of our most favorite campsites we’ve ever stumbled across.
This location is more than a mile down a very rutted and washed out dirt road, tucked behind a giant hill which blocks most of the Northerly wind. I want to emphasize how...
"Easy access and great proximity to Crater Lake"
"Decent Dump + Fresh Water"
"Beautiful overnight stop"
"As good as it gets for GNP"
"Great for overnight, but very "locals only" "
"Great base camp to explore the area with a personal airshow!"
"Boondocking on the river!"
"Boondocking at its finest"
"Good spot for a couple of days"
"A private slice of forest paradise"
"Amazing views and minutes from town"
"OHV's, wild horses, and views for days"
"Gorgeous views of the lake with snow-capped mountains"
"A great place to pass Winter!"
"Boondocking at it's finest!"
"A magnificent place to "just be.""
"360 Degree Views. Very little privacy."
"Very quiet, very secluded, very far from Vegas."
"Closed to camping, except further back"
"Windy, Noisy, and Dirty"
"Big Adventures for Little Outfits"