River Run RV Park in Cosmopolis Washington provides full hookup RV sites in a location that opens 2021.

    Rainbow Falls State Park near Chehalis Washington has 40 standard campsites, eight partial-hookup sites, three hiker/biker sites, two equestrian sites. There is one dump station, three restrooms, the campground restroom has two showers. The showers are token operated. The token machine is located at the park entrance station. Maximum camp site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability).

    A rare cluster of old-growth trees creates an inspiring shadow to stand in. Rainbow Falls State Park, 16 miles west of Chehalis, is a walker’s paradise. Miles of loamy trails wind through the forest and along the river, to a small cascade that throws rainbows of spray at the sun.

    Tree lovers, maybe you’d rather see towering Douglas-fir, western hemlock and western red cedar trees from your bike or the back of your steed. Many of the park trails are mixed-use, and if you need more, take to the nearby Willapa Hills State Park Trail, a rails-to-trails fixture that goes over trestles and bridges, through forest, farmland and tiny towns.

    Rainbow Falls is the obvious overnight stop for hikers, cyclists and horseback riders tackling the developed 22 miles of Willapa Hills Trail from Chehalis to Pe El. Such explorers may stay at hiker/biker campsites, or camp with their horses in one of two equestrian sites. Freshwater fishing and swimming are also on offer at this classic state park.

    Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935, Rainbow Falls showcases several structures designed in the rustic style of the National Park Service during the Great Depression, including kitchen shelters and comfort stations still in use today.

    RV Park Full services including 30/50 amp, Wi Fi, Pull throughs. Only 15 miles from Palouse Falls. Near intersection of Hwy 26 and 261.

    Clearwater Casino Resort RV Park in Suquamish Washington provides 19 full hookup RV camping sites capable of handling most any sized RV behind the casino with views of the water. Inexpensively priced this has become a popular spot.

    Conklin Landing RV Park in Bridgeport Washington opened in 2019 with 17 full hookup backin and pull thru RV sites situated near the Columbia River.

    Blake Island Marine State Park Campground on Blake Island is a unique camping location accessible only by boat, shuttle or private, or by walking on water. The island offers 44 primitive tent camping sites, three Cascadia Marine Trail sites, one marine dump station, four restrooms (one ADA) and one shower area. All campsites are first come, first served.

    During winter months, the water is turned off in the west campground and the restroom is closed. A vault toilet is available.

    Check-in time is 2:30 p.m.
    Check-out time is 1 p.m.

    Three Cascadia Marine Trail sites are located on the west end of the island. These sites are for use by canoers and kayakers only.

    Group accommodations
    A group camp is available by reservation for groups up to 100 people. Fees vary with size of the group.

    Kalispel Casino & RV Resort in Cusick Washington will provide 33 full hookup RV camping sites adjacent to a gaming casino, lodge and convention area. Located on the Kalispell tribe lands the project is slated to open in late 2018. In addition the property will have a gas station, fresh market and storage facility.

    NOTE: The resort is scheduled to open in late 2018

    Northern Quest Resort and Casino RV Resort in Airway Heights Washington near Spokane Washington provides full hookup RV and cabin camping in a resort near the popular resort casino. The location is convenient to Spokane International Airport and Spokane County Raceway also. An onsite pool and guests services provide campers with upscale amenities in this popular seasonal location. Pull thru and backin RV sites are available with option for basic and premium level appointments at sites.

    • Pool/Patio
    • Party Pavilion
    • Laundry Facility
    • Exercise Room
    • Catering Kitchen
    • Conference Room
    • Lounge Space
    • Concierge
    • Multi-use Courts
    • Dog Park

    Fish Shack RV Park in Lincoln Washington provides full hookup RV camping for self contained units in a small RV park with gravel roads and gravel pads. Rates for nightly ($25), weekly, monthly and seasonal stays are available. Located 2 miles from the Lincoln Boat Dock. Set in a rural area the sites are all backins.

    Odlin County Park Campground on Lopez Island Washington provides primitive tent and RV camping in a unique location close to the ferry landing. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings with pricing varied based upon the view from camp. Some sites have majestic views looking out over the water while others are tucked in to the trees or on the inland side of the road. Advanced reservations are accepted and encouraged during peak warm seasons.

    • 1 mile from Ferry landing
    • 80 acres, 31 campsites (10 beach sites)
    • Free boat & kayak launch and daytime boat trailer parking ($10 overnight parking)
    • Part of the Cascadia Marine Trail system
    • Group camp (8 campsites)
    • Potable water, vault toilets (NO showers)
    • 3 miles from Lopez Village
    • Picnic tables and fire rings (firewood available at an additional charge)
    • Picnic area and pavilion
    • Sandy beach access and boat launch
    • Full-size recreational ballfield
    • Hiking paths
    • 5 Mooring buoys (daily fee) and a day use dock (two hours maximum tie-up; 30′ maximum vessel length)

    To get to Odlin County Park Campground campers must first get to the island via boat, ferry, kayaking or swimming (the later is highly discouraged) Ferries depart Anacortes and make regular stops at Shaw Island. The ferries can carry vehicles of all sizes and are reasonably priced (not cheap but not overly expensive either). Once on the island private cars are allowed or the more adventurous can bike camp and ride over to the campground.

    Some sites are reasonably large and can handle RVs while others are designated as tent camping only. The county maintains a good reservation system with specific descriptions for each available site.

    San Juan County Fairgrounds RV Sites near Friday Harbor Washington offers 8 RV camping sites with water and electric pedestals (RV only, no tent camping permitted). 20/30 AMP electric with no sewer. Restrooms with showers are available to guests of the fairgrounds. An on site camp host or fair staff is your checkin person. During summer months reservations are accepted and encouraged. Within 5 days or during off-season the campsites become first come first served. Be aware that the sites may not be available during scheduled events at the fair; plan accordingly.

    Sites are simple backins in a straight row on mowed natural grass. No picnic tables or fire rings are available (special rules for your own fire pits).

    To get to the fairgrounds RVs must access the island via ferry from the mainland. Fees are not expensive but not cheap either. Larger RVs can be accommodated but be aware that roads in Friday Harbor (your departure point) are smaller in design; use care when driving.

    San Juan County Fairgrounds RV Sites are a short distance outside of town. It is a walk-able distance but bikes are always encouraged as a fun way to tour the pretty area.

    Tent camping is available to organized groups with special permission.

    Reservations are strongly encouraged.

    Mount Baker Farm Campground on the North Side of Orcas Island near Eastsound Washington. Originally a dairy farm, and home to a nearly 100-year-old Waldrip barn building, the farm is now available for tent camping. A small train track is on the property allowing families to ride a loop through the wooded property. Not cheap the nightly camping rates are in vary by camping location with nightly rates starting at $35 for the meadows area, $50 for a wooded site and $90 for a group site.

    Mount Baker Farm Campground offers tent rentals, picnic tables, fire rings and portable toilets. Given the lack of competition in the area this campground is one of your only choices on Orcas Island.

    Bush Pioneer County Park Campground south of South Bend Washington provides primitive tent and RV camping on a bluff overlooking tidal marsh flats. Managed by the local Native American tribe, the location is home to their headquarters, the campground is available on a first come first served basis and is reportedly free. 10 sites available there are trails down to the ocean side. Out of the way and little known this is a unique spot to camp along US 101. Call ahead to make sure they are open during shoulder seasons.

    A bit rustic this campground can accommodate larger RVs (but not advised for anything over 35′). Water is available from spigots.

    Upper Columbia RV Park and Campground near Northport Washington provides full hookup RV camping, tent sites and cabins tucked in to a forested setting near the banks of the Columbia River. The rural location and amazing scenery draw folks back to this location year after year. The park has dirt/ gravel roads and sites suitable to most size RVs. Tent sites are available in walk in or drive up options and have picnic tables and fire rings. A trail down across the railroad tracks to the beach allows guests to enjoy the riverbank on a sand beach.

    Seal Rock Campground near Brinnon Washington is a US Forest Service campground (Olympic National Park) providing a unique and scenic spot to camp in a RV or tent. Located right on Hood Canal the campground is one of the few national forest campgrounds located on salt water with harvestable oysters for public use.

    Two paved loop roads are terraced into the hillside and become progressively more accessible for larger RVs the closer you get to the water; the sites along the water can accommodate most any size RV (but getting to those sites preclude most larger RVs due to steep grades and turns).

    Water is available at spigots located throughout. Restrooms with running water. A day use parking area is also located within the grounds. Picnic tables and fire rings at each site. Overall the campground is not well maintained but a suitable spot to camp. First come first served the campground is open seasonally.

    Even though the campground is next to US 101 it is lower in elevation so very little road noise permeates the campsites.

    Lena Creek Campground in Lilliwaup Washington is a US Forest Service Campground (Olympic National Forest) offering primitive tent and RV camping in a heavily wooded setting. Accessed via paved roads the secluded campground is an an area that was originally setup by the CCC back in the 30’s. Paved roads with gravel/ dirt parking pads this lovely campground offers camping under the canopy of forest of large trees. Trails depart this area and vehicles can explore miles of forest service roads. Picnic tables, fire rings and vault toilets are available. Potable water is available.

    Located 8 miles from US 101 on Hamma Hamma Road. 2 miles from Hamma Hamma Campground. The popular Lena Lake Trail is close bye and provides access to the back-country Lena Lake Campground.

    Adjacent to Hamma Hamma River.

    Sites are first come first served. 21′ max RV trailer size due to tight roads (but the sites are relatively large).

    Hamma Hamma Campground in Lilliwaup Washington is a US Forest Service Campground (Olympic National Forest) offering primitive tent and RV camping in a heavily wooded setting. Accessed via paved roads the secluded campground is in an area that was originally setup by the CCC back in the 30’s. Paved roads with gravel/ dirt parking pads this lovely campground offers camping under the canopy of forest of large trees. Trails depart this area and vehicles can explore miles of forest service roads. Picnic tables, fire rings and vault toilets are available.

    Located 6 miles from US 101 on Hamma Hamma Road. 2 miles further up road is Lena Creek Campground and Lena Lake Trail.

    Within the campground is the start to The Living Legacy Interpretive trail. A 1.5 mile loop. The first 1/4 mile is accessible and travels along the Hamma Hamma River.

    Sites are first come first served. 21′ max RV trailer size due to tight roads (but the sites are relatively large).

    Halfway House Restaurant and RV Park in Brinnon Washington offers full hookup RV sites adjacent to US 101. A mix of long term and short term guests the RV sites are located on a small loop dirt road. The location abuts the highway meaning there is a bit of road noise from passing cars. Accessible for RVs up to about 40′ with a couple pull thrus and backins available. The sites are situated on mowed grass and mixed gravel with a dirt road.

    The adjacent restaurant is heralded for good American style food. The RV park is very close to Dosewallips State Park.

    Elkhorn Campground near Brinnon Washington is a former front-country US Forest Service Campground (Olympic National Forest) now listed as “dispersed” having been cut off by a wash out on the access road and abandoned. Nature is quickly reclaiming the facility leaving only a handful of sites offering primitive hike and bike in tent camping opportunities. The sites most used by campers are located along the banks of the Dosewallips River and afford scenic views and peaceful sounds from the river.

    A non-maintained parking area is located just before the washout (GPS 47.74025, -123.06512). Users then must navigate a 75 foot switch-back laden trail around the main washout and then drop down to the old roadway.

    The 2.5 mile trek is relatively mild and can be used as an excellent intro to back country camping for novices. Another 2.5 miles beyond Elkhorn is Dosewallips Campground in Olympic National Park. The two destinations could easily be used to initiate young kids into back country camping; using them for a two day hike-camp-hike-camp-hike.

    There are picnic tables and fire rings available. No running water or restrooms. Free to use the campground is not maintained and is over 11 miles from US 101 and the nearest services. Pack out what you pack in and come prepared.

    The access road to the parking area is graded gravel and subject to large sharp pot-holes; use caution.

    Collins Campground near Brinnon Washington is a US Forest Service Campground (Olympic National Forest) offering primitive tent and RV camping in a heavily wooded setting. The small campground is accessed via graded gravel roads and is best suited to smaller RVs, truck campers and tent camping. Adjacent to the Duckabush River the more rustic setting forms a nice backdrop to get away.

    Campsites offer picnic tables and fire rings. No potable water is available and a single vault toilet is available. A number of hiking trails are in the area in addition to miles of forest service roads.

    All sites are on a first come first served basis. Open seasonally.