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Roy&Lynne

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Posted: 02/15/19 11:30am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So long story short, our big trip has fizzled due to family illness and would like suggestions for great camping stops closer to home. Does anyone have a favorite go to spot in Washington?


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Whidbey Island, Dry Falls, Anicordis, Neah Bay, Just to name a few all great places to go and stay a while





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While DW and I didn’t take the 5er, rather her PT Crusier Rag atop, we did a Dam Wine trip.
We stopped at the Dams of the Columbia and nearby wineries and breweries. We took in a lot of beautiful country.


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The peninsula is great. Depending on when you go, the state parks may be hard to get in to (Fort Worden and Fort Flagler) but Port Ludlow has a privately owned RV park that's great. Port Townsend is a neat little town and has a fabulous farmer's market on Saturdays uptown. Port Gamble and Poulsbo are nearby as well. You could take the Keystone ferry from Port Townsend to Whidbey Island for the day, too. Lots of options.

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Posted: 02/15/19 02:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Plenty see and do in the Columbia River Gorge. Grew up there and been back many times and always find new things.


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Posted: 02/15/19 02:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks so much. Love all the ideas

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So much to see and do in Washington, where to start? I never tire of highway 97 especially when fruit is in season. Mile after mile of orchards and fruit stands. Beebe bridge near Chelan has a beautiful campground on the river, it is terrraced so the back rows get a gorgeous view. Sunrises are spectacular.
We also enjoyed Westport, beautiful beaches. There are no local grocery stores, nearest is Aberdeen but fresh seafood can be bought off the pier. Oh yeah!!

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I'm thinking that Oregon and Washington might be my cup of tea this coming summer too! Leave the deserts for another trip....with that being said, I did many of the Oregon Thousand Trail Parks a few years back but didn't go any further north into Washington so I'll be watching here too for suggestions and Idea's for this coming year.


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More info, like your RV type and size, style of camping enjoyed, fishing, etc, would be helpful. Looked at your blog, and looks like you may be more into dispersed than campgrounds.

East side has lots of NF campgrounds, and dispersed sites. North of Wintrop along the Chewuch River are many NF sites and open camping. West of Tonasket there are plenty of forest sites and fishing sites (Discover Pass may be needed). East of Chesaw there is a very nice, quiet spot at Beth Lake NF CG. Consider going further east to the Lake Roosevelt area and the Nat Rec Area.

Just some quick thoughts!!


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Our favorite spot in all of Washington state is Wenatchee Confluence state park (NOT Lk. Wenatchee). It's an oasis of green with great restaraunts, antique stores and local attractions. It's located on the river and has a nice beach and views or the hill from many sites.
It's a wonderful drive over Stevens Pass to get there and we camp there 4~5 times a year.


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