Great National Park Service along the shore of the Columbia River. Four of the 12 sites are waterfront. Old style campground (maybe built in the 60’s) but all sites can accommodate the largest rigs. Great views across the lake. When we were...
A great State Park close to Anacortes and I5. The park was gifted to the state about 20 years ago so it's one of the most up to date and well planned out state parks in Washington. There are 30 or so camp spots with about half having partial...
Old campground with small spaces. We were able to get in a Site with our 24” class c. Paved road and sites. Vault toilet. No running water.
The view of Mt Whitney is AWESOME
QUIET! HEHE because generators are not permitted Yea!!!! Bathrooms with flushing toilets Gravel pads. No privacy between spaces but there was lots of availability in February
Waterfront dry camping for $22. The place wasn’t crowded at the end of September so it was plenty quiet. A great base camp for fishing coho salmon, crabbing off the dock (lots of crab this time of year) or renting an ATV to spend the day riding...
"Amazing river canyon rim views"
"$10 dump. Easy in, easy out"
"Beautiful vistas, quiet, sunny,safe"
"Beautiful canyon dispersed camping"
"Beautiful, not crowded, desert dispersed camping"
"Easy access with 24 Foot RV"
"Small, safe RV park in the heart of Santa Cruz"
"Safe parking lot dry camping"
"Great camping along Lake Roosevelt "
"Beautiful State Park next to the Skagit River - Walking distance to a brewery"
"Great view of Mt Whitney"
" Great dry camping campground because no generators are permitted "
"Great location in the Oregon Dunes area"