Most camping in national forests falls into two categories: paid campgrounds and dispersed camping. Paid national forest campgrounds typically provide a vault toilet, picnic table, and fire ring, and have designated camping spaces. Dispersed camping in the national forest is typically boondocking along some forest road with little to no amenities. Most camping of any kind in national forests is limited to 14 consecutive days. You can often just move to another spot, preferably down the road a bit, but check with a local ranger station for the specifics on any given forest.
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Blu-Shastin RV Park, Leavenworth, Washington
Overnight adventures abound in the state of Washington. Lush rain forests, a rugged coastline, and pristine alpine environments wait to be explored, as do wild and scenic rivers, awe-inspiring archipelagos, and one of the most diverse petrified forests in the nation. Campgrounds in Washington easily appeal to every outdoor interest. Camping in iconic national parks like Mount Rainier and North Cascades attract international tourists and resident tent-pitchers alike, and places to park an RV in Olympic National Park are as diverse as the surrounding landscapes.
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We may earn a commission from affiliate links. With terrain ranging from temperate rain forests to high-desert plains, Washington is one of the most adventure-endowed states in the nation. In its many state and national parks, you'll find natural features like glaciated mountains, active volcanoes, accessible hot springs, alpine lakes, and an abundance of wildlife.