Washington August 20, 2017
These 9 Parks In Washington Have The Most Beautiful Campsites Ever
With the end of summer looming, now is the time to get in on some great Washington camping. And while you may prefer a remote and rustic location where you won’t see another human, some of our state parks happen to have some beautiful places to camp. These are a few of our favorites.
1. Blake Island State Marine Park
Blake Island is a 476-acre marine camping park with 5 miles of saltwater beach shoreline. You can only reach it by boat, but if you make it, you can enjoy some seriously stunning views from your tent.
2. Lake Easton State Park
Located in the Cascade Mountain foothills, this 516-acre year-round camping park has both a swimmable beach and a boat launch, not to mention the abundance of campsites.
3. Pacific Beach State Park
Pacific Beach is a year round state camping park. If you've ever wanted to fall asleep to the sounds and scents of the ocean, this is the perfect spot.
4. Rasar State Park
Rasar State Park is a serene stretch of land in Skagit County, located near Concrete on the Skagit River. Their campground is secluded and forested, perfect for those who embrace a quiet camping experience.
5. Alta Lake State Park
Tucked into the hills between Winthrop and Lake Chelan, Alta Lake State Park sits at a point where the forest meets the desert. The park has 91 tent spaces and 32 utility spaces.
6. Fort Worden State Park
The gem of Port Townsend makes an excellent place to camp. Wandering the beautiful grounds before falling asleep at the quiet campground.
7. Dosewallips State Park
Located in Brinnon, Dosewallips State Park is the place Washingtonians go for relaxing camping, meadow walks and oyster shucking and eating.
8. Conconully State Park
Located in Northeast Washington near Okanogan, Conconully State Park is a small 81-acre camping park that features plenty of spots for tent as well as cabins for rent that face the water.
9. Cama Beach State Park
Do you prefer to "camp" in a cabin? This historical state park is set in a stunning 486-acre waterfront location against a forested backdrop. Rustic cabins right on the beach are available for rent.
There’s still plenty of time to enjoy camping in Washington this year.
These spots never require a reservation.