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Best Camping Destinations in Washington State

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Fort Canby State Park Report Abuse
Located right on the beach with beautiful black and white sand.
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Curlew Lake State Park Report Abuse
Eight miles north of Republic, in Ferry County, off state Route 21. The beautiful, 869-acre lake contains whopper rainbow trout.
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Rainbow Falls State Park Report Abuse
17 miles west of Chehalis along state Route 6. This is a cool and intimate park, replete with a suspension footbridge over the upper Chehalis River, just downstream of lovely little Rainbow Falls.
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Kalaloch Campground Report Abuse
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Deception Pass State Park Report Abuse
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Staircase Campground Report Abuse
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Lincoln Rock State Park Report Abuse
North of Wenatchee on U.S. Route 2/97. If you are into water skiing or wakeboarding, Lincoln Rock on the Columbia River north of Wenatchee is hard to beat.
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Olympic National Park Campground Report Abuse
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Dosewallips State Park Report Abuse
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Bender Creek Report Abuse
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sun lakes Report Abuse
Great Hikes, Great Fishing, Great Swimming and other water sports
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Mora Campground Report Abuse
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Mowich Lake Campground Report Abuse
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Mount Rainier Report Abuse
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Grand Coulee Dam Report Abuse
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Lyre River Campground Report Abuse
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Cougar Rock Campground Report Abuse
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Fields Spring State Park Report Abuse
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Sucia Island Marine State Park Report Abuse
The northern San Juans, where the straits of Georgia and Rosario meet. You can hike the forest on six miles of trail, stroll the beach, wade for crabs, watch seabirds, dive a reef, swim the bays, paddle about, sail away or hunt for fossils. A short boat trip away are two other great island state parks, Patos and Matia.
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Dash Point State Park Campground Report Abuse
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Seaquest State Park Report Abuse
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Lewis & Clark State Park Report Abuse
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