1. Lake Wenatchee
This is a gorgeous campground right next to the glacier-fed Wenatchee Lake and
River. The river bisects the camping area at Lake Wenatchee.
Amenities: Showers, flush
toilets, a market are all on site. The park has showers, water and
electric sites and restrooms. The five-mile-long lake is open for swimmers,
kayakers, windsurfers, and stand-up paddlers.
2. Timberlake Campground & RV
Located 50 miles east of the Vancouver area in the Columbia River Gorge, this
campground offers sites on an upper and lower loop. With its wooded
environment, this feels like a remote corner of the world, but you still have electrical,
sewer, and water hookups.
Amenities: This campground offers
visitors fire pits, a dump station on site, picnic tables, a market, and
restrooms and showers.
3. Larrabee State Park Campground
On the banks of the Samish Bay near Bellingham, Washington, Larrabee has
picture-postcard views of the bay and the San Juan Islands.
Amenities: This Washington RV
park has restrooms, showers, miles of biking, hiking, and multi-use trails, an
amphitheater, fire rings, and more. Enjoy beach access for boating, diving,
fishing, crabbing, and clamming.
4. Battle Ground Lake
This campground is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains on the
banks of the Battle Ground Lake with a mix of full hookups on paved sites to
dirt spots with no hookups, Battle Ground Lake Campground has
spectacular views of the lake.
Amenities: Amenities at this
campground in Washington include restrooms, showers, picnic tables, fire pits,
some sites with partial hookups, and more. There are several miles of trails
for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. You can also go swimming, fishing, or
paddling in the beautiful lake.
5. Deception Pass
This campground is located in Washington’s most-visited state park and has some
of the most unforgettable vistas you’ve ever seen. There are three different
locations for camping within Deception Pass,
and Cranberry Lake is best suited for RVs, with limited availability for
Amenities: There are two dump
stations, showers and restrooms on site. This RV park in Washington has plenty
of activities for families to enjoy such as mountain biking, hiking, kayaking,
crabbing, fishing, boating, and more.
Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 28/04/2022