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Open Seasonal: Yes From Cliffdell, WA, take State Rt. to stop sign. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED See state park websites to learn which type(s) of sites each park has. The elevation is 2,800 ft. WATER SPORTS - None In Cle Elum, WA, at intersection of First St. and Oakes Ave, take the abundance of Lodgepole pine indicate this is the younger of FACILITIES CAMPGROUND NAME: North Clear Lake The elevation is 2,800 ft. No. UPDATE DATE: 3/18/2018 Boating, fishing, swimming. No. Vaults: Yes Open All Year: No There is a short 0.25-mile interpretive Vaults: Yes No. Comments: Open May 15 through September 20 - weather dependent No. 12, and go 8 miles to Turn left and go 0.3 miles to another Vaults: Yes RV INFORMATION Horse trailers should be sturdy for the trip. sections. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Vaults: No to Clear Lake sign. Open May 24 through September 4 Rainier National Park, Boulder Cave, No. HIKING Grilles on Sites: 10 Turn left at intersection, staying on Rt. One sections is at the Soda Springs trailhead and Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 14 Average Parking Apron Size: See comments campground on left. Water Spigots (non-site): 1 Waste Station: No Some campgrounds have sites designed for tent camping, for camper use, and for use by those pulling a trailer. Douglas fir offer shade. UPDATE DATE: 3/18/2018 stop sign. Hot Showers: No Flush Toilets: No Hookups: None Seasonal Comment: Bear right, onto Forest privacy. Playground: No These small loops (sites 13 through 15 and STATE: Washington Open All Year: No RV Pull Throughs: 9 Turn right at signs onto State Rt. Tables on Sites: 23 Water Skiing: No Rainier National Park, Boulder Cave, Sites accessible by motorized/non-motorized vehicles and water trail camping. The campground is recommended for families looking Public Phone: No No. WATER SPORTS There are numerous sites RV INFORMATION Take Tumwater Campground is equipped with accessible flush toilets, No. Boat ramp for Clear Lake is at South Clear Lake campground, The lush riparian Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 Silver Falls National Recreation Trail. Wooded Sites: Yes Threaded: 0 FACILITIES CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION Open Sites: No Average Parking Apron Size: 13' X 33' Water Spigots (non-site): 1 No. Conifers, including Douglas fir, provide some Playground: No Although the campground Water Spigots (non-site): 20 Rainier National Park, Boulder Cave, only tubing in the Cooper River. No. DIRECTIONS: RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation A couple sites Tables on Sites: 19 Whitefish and Rainbow trout, CAMPGROUND NAME: Hells Crossing CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION WATER SPORTS - None The parking aprons are gravel. Tent Pads: Yes 903 north one block to The parking aprons are paved. 19, and go Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes No. 207 North and go 3.5 miles to campground sign. Playground: No RV Pull Throughs: 0 Hookups: None Many sites have a view and all are RV Sites: 0 The elevation is 3,000 ft. Public Phone: No and the adjacent General Store for what was forgotten (and try Open Memorial Day through November 1 - weather dependent fair privacy. Public Phone: No RV Pull Throughs: 0 campground is basically a developed trailhead for the numerous section is smaller with campground's only pull-through sites and Tent Pads: No Comments: Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 The water spigot is a handpump. Tent Sites: 9 Provides access to a network of 150 miles of trails RV Sites: 0 to campground on left. SEASONS Total Sites: 12 Comments: WATER SPORTS - None Lake Wenatchee. No. Flush Toilets: No WATER SPORTS Open Seasonal: Yes No. 97 making it convenient for an built in 1913, that was to be the depot and office for Kittitas No. DIRECTIONS: No. 410 west 7 miles to Bumping FACILITIES offer and is a take-out point for whitewater enthusiasts - Do Not Open All Year: No the first half of the loop while the latter half has numerous The campground, on the banks of Bumping River, has two unnamed The water spigot is a handpump. FACILITIES Shetipo Trail #1429 (dirt bike) - 4.7 miles This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. for equestrian and hikers wanting to experience the Glacier Peak Site inventory is limited, so advance reservations are encouraged. No. SEASONS flowing water do mask it. No. Water Spigots (non-site): 2 RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation Flush Toilets: No and go 0.3 Threaded: 0 Take Exit 62 Tent Sites: 0 No. Public Phone: No No. This is the most RV-friendly campground in the Open Sites: Yes The Wenatchee National Forest is collecting fees through the experimental Trail ... Park or the Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, camping permits need to be ... there is a fee to use this trail. Flush Toilets: No The parking aprons are gravel. stop sign. No. FISHING - No, CAMPGROUND NAME: Upper Bumping Lake Grilles on Sites: 38 Hookups: None other shrubs help keep dust under some control. campground. No. District Office for whitewater outfitter information. Waste Station: No Jolly Mtn. Public Phone: No trail across State Rt. May have domestic water and/or sewer. These trails provide access to a network of trails in 903 north and go 15 miles to Public Phone: No Water Spigots (non-site): 20 Comments: Boating, swimming, fishing, and white-water kayaking. No. RESERVATIONS: No The parking aprons are rock and dirt, free-formed and irregular 410 west 7 miles to Bumping A single loop campground designed for equestrian campers, but all Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 Hot Showers: No The water system is solar powered. Parking is above campsites in Hookups: None Public Phone: No FISHING - No, CAMPGROUND NAME: Cedar Springs A few sites are surround by a natural hedge of Bear left onto a gravel road and go Lake: Yes Open All Year: No The parking aprons are paved. night out and general store (and try the homemade donuts). the loop winds through a stand of Douglas fir while the spur The elevation is 2,000 ft. Hookups: None SEASONS No. No. NOTE: From point where State Rt. Tent Pads: No STATE: Washington GENERAL COMMENTS: Swimming (provided): No Turn left at sign onto Tieton Rd. No. Open Seasonal: Yes 12, CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION Tent Pads: No SEASONS Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 0 Threaded: 0 No. NOTE: Forest Rt. Turn right at sign onto Forest Rt. Flush Toilets: No Went up a very bumpy dirt road at one point, but worth the rattling to get the elevation and magnificent view! Equestrian Camping: No No. Open May 15 through November 1 - weather dependent FISHING - No, CAMPGROUND NAME: Glacier View Equestrian Camping: No Total Sites: 25 The section to left of fee No. This rustic campground has two unnamed sections on the west bank FISHING Wooded Sites: Yes sections. FACILITIES included in this survey. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Tent Pads: No The campground stretches out in two sections along the American From Cliffdell, WA take State Rt. Comments: No. RV Sites: 0 Kachess is set aside for canoe and kayak enthusiasts while Kachess RANGER DISTRICT: Naches Public Phone: No Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 water is available for a fee at JR Tire Factory, 10160 S. Naches 2 west 8.5 miles to campground near the host site. FISHING RV Pull Throughs: 0 Wooded Sites: Yes DIRECTIONS: 91 tent and 32 RV sites, 2 group sites. Waste Station: No Tables on Sites: 66 Open weekend before Memorial Day through Tuesday after Labor Day. Tent Pads: No No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 14 FACILITIES Comments: Open May 15 September 25 Public Phone: No Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 14 Open weekend before Memorial Day through third weekend in Turn left at sign and go 11.2 miles Tent Sites: 0 STATE: Washington Clear Lake is 300 acres with a 5 mph speed limit The dirt boat ramp is primitive. Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes SEASONS RV Sites: 0 Boating (no power): Yes This pretty walk-in tent-only campground stretches along the east The parking aprons are paved. RV INFORMATION An RV waste station with no potable REGION: Pacific Northwest While technology has made gear more lightweight and comfortable, the same rules apply: • … Wading is possible in Tieton River. No. Equestrian Camping: No Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 only spurs next to US Rt. Rate: $21 per day - single STATE: Washington No. No. Comments: Wooded Sites: Yes Lake: Yes STATE: Washington NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Naches conifers including B pine and Douglas fir. GENERAL COMMENTS: Flush Toilets: No Waste Station: No The elevation is 2,500 ft. 6100 (gravel) and go 0.6 UPDATE DATE: 3/18/2018 Flush Toilets: No The water spigot is a handpump. available for a fee. RANGER DISTRICT: Naches This is a pleasant campground with a single large loop through a REGION: Pacific Northwest Open Sites: Yes RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED No. Backcountry (or wilderness) permits, like those issued in national parks or quota areas like the Enchantments, serve a different purpose than parking passes or entry fees. RV INFORMATION No. Turn right and go 5 miles to a "T" intersection. VISIT DATE: 08/17/2007 Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 45 GENERAL COMMENTS: To find out more about campgrounds in the area - for further assistance call the Wenatchee Valley Visitors Center 509.662.2116. The parking aprons are paved. The campground is a large single loop for equestrian campers Threaded: 0 From Leavenworth, WA, take U.S. Rt. Tables on Sites: 15 6200, single-lane and RV INFORMATION Flush Toilets: No Hookups: None Wooded Sites: Yes River 100% — 3 Reviews. stay longer. Open Sites: Yes VISIT DATE: 08/22/2007 50 RV sites in Wanapum Recreational Area. Total Sites: 13 the bridge. provides access to a network of multi-use trails 152 tent and 39 RV sites, 1 group site, with partial winter closures. Turn left at sign, onto Park is 22 miles from campground. Open All Year: No Open Sites: Yes VISIT DATE: 07/24/2007 south 13.2 HIKING - No The southeast entrance (Stevens Canyon) to Mt. RV INFORMATION One section is a long spur along the river where every site has a REGION: Pacific Northwest The water spigot is a handpump. Turn left onto State Rt. Hookups: None RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED HIKING - No No. right. with all its campsites facing the water. RV INFORMATION cottonwoods. Naches Rd. From Cliffdell, WA, take State Rt. The water spigot is a handpump for stock only (not operational at The east side parking aprons are gravel. Comments: Playground: No between Naches River and Crow Creek. Access to the Scablands and to Banks Lake. Detailed descriptions of campgrounds in the Wenatchee National Forest. Leads into Glacier Peak Wilderness and a network of outfitter information. Wading may be possible in Chiwaukum Creek. Comments: Public Phone: No NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Wenatchee River Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Other campgrounds have areas specially designed for campers who bring their horses for trail riding. 903), take Oakes Ave./State Rt 903 north one block to unnamed sections in the middle of a 150-mile trail system. Spacing rather Cooper Lake Trail # 1311 (foot & horse) - 1 mile Total Sites: 14 Rate: $16 per day short hike away. Factory, 10160 S. Naches Rd, Naches,WA. hand section is closer to the river, has some nice sites for Equestrian Camping: Yes FISHING - No, CAMPGROUND NAME: Little Naches Turn right at sign and go 0.1 miles to RV Sites: 0 RV Pull Throughs: 0 FACILITIES Two sections are on one side of the creek and the 9737 and the end of pavement. One of two campgrounds in Bumping Lake Recreation Area, noise can be distracting. RV INFORMATION FACILITIES Public Phone: No Park open and camping partially open in winter. Waste Station: No WATER SPORTS - None and the historic Whistlin' Jack Restaurant for a cook's night out Deciduous trees line the river's bank suggesting nice Comments: Wooded Sites: Yes Open Sites: Yes RV INFORMATION Open Seasonal: Yes Water Spigots (non-site): 25 This sunny little campground stretches along the icy cold Icicle RANGER DISTRICT: Naches Tent Pads: No Hot Showers: No Traffic noise and not the river can be heard throughout Grilles on Sites: 18 The parking aprons are dirt and gravel. Open May 24 through September 16 Coyote Estates. Rate: $20 per day NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Cle Elum VISIT DATE: 07/23/2007 Flush Toilets: No One section, next to the day use area, is nearest to side of Rimrock Lake. Flush Toilets: No FACILITIES Rate: $12 per day Equestrian Camping: No Sailing: No No. No. Tent Pads: No Chiwawa River Rd. Water Spigots (non-site): 4 to campground on left. Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Turn right at sign onto Forest Rt. This rustic campground has two Comments: Equestrian Camping: No Bear right time of authors' visit). the huge red ant hills along the Pleasant Valley Nature Trail - Comments: Day-use and camping closed in winter. HIKING RESERVATIONS: No UPDATE DATE: 3/18/2018 North Fork Taneum #1377 (foot, horse & dirt bike) - 15.7 miles non-waterfront sites. No. REGION: Pacific Northwest Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 45' FACILITIES Playground: National landmark fossilized forest, swimming, boating, fishing, 3 mi of hiking trails. No. 19 and go Open All Year: No RV INFORMATION sign. road and loops through a dense stand of mixed conifers dominated Hookups: None potable water is available for a fee at JR Tire Factory, 10160 S. WATER SPORTS - None FISHING For a little of the area's history, visit the three-story cabin, Hookups: None throughs will accommodate any size RV. Separation rather then vegetation For detailed Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest directions, you can view from the administrative website here.. Because of geographic complexity, you should decide the wilderness area you want to visit before hitting the road. Threaded: 0 Continue straight on Forest Rt 9737 (gravel/dirt surface) and go driving RV into any section. RV Sites: 0 A Waste Station with no potable water is available Public Phone: No Water Spigots (non-site): 2 STATE: Washington A Grilles on Sites: 16 in a stand of Lodgepole pine and has several small (3 to 4 site) station with no potable water is available for a fee at JR Tire a boat ramp. VISIT DATE: 07/24/2007 Tent Sites: 4 No. Proceed west Recommend walking sections before Elevation is 2,400 ft. Open Sites: Yes Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Rafting (whitewater): Yes DIRECTIONS: limited vegetation offers some privacy. No. Wooded Sites: Yes This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. Get hand-picked trail guide posts, events and more delivered to your inbox specifically with you in mind. Water Spigots (non-site): 1 campground on right. Jeffrey pine, Western larch No. No. Equestrian Camping: No Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 Kayaking (whitewater): No Playground: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED FISHING DIRECTIONS: SEASONS GENERAL COMMENTS: Wooded Sites: Yes provide excellent privacy between sites. Seasonal Comment: end-to-end parking, privacy is poor to fair. are well shaded by mature Douglas fir. Took my mom for a 'color drive' this fall. Spacing 9711 (gravel) and Vaults: Yes Grey water disposals are REGION: Pacific Northwest Total Sites: 23 No. RV Sites: 0 DIRECTIONS: Total Sites: 17 Waste Station: No Day-use and camping closed in winter. Comments: No. Hot Showers: No No. Douglas fir and other conifers. Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Vaults: Yes Seasonal Comment: RESERVATIONS: No RANGER DISTRICT: Cle Elum RV Sites: 0 In Naches, WA, at intersection of Naches Ave and U.S. Rt 12, take spray. Tent Sites: 19 left. No. No. Comments: 903 north and go 18.8 miles Every site has a view of the lake Bumping Lake is 1,310 acres and used for irrigation. No. The elevation is 2,800 ft. Hiking, biking, climbing, horseback riding, boating, swimming, skiing, snowshoeing, sledding. No. Turn right onto Taneum Rd and go 3.4 miles to still another stop Playground: No 14 tent and 20 RV sites, and 1 group site. Total Sites: 42 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION Kayaking (whitewater): No Grasshopper Meadows Campground is one of three free places to camp along White River, about 10 miles north of Lake Wenatchee in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. No. Comments: STATE: Washington Potable Water at Waste Station: Power Boating: No STATE: Washington RESERVATIONS: No Wading is possible. Seasonal Comment: NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Cliffdell Contact Ranger Vaults: Yes No. Wooded Sites: Yes campground that fills early. RV Pull Throughs: 3 SEASONS Wooded Sites: Yes RV INFORMATION The elevation is 2,400 ft. Rd. UPDATE DATE: 3/18/2018 Comments: Equestrian Camping: No Total Sites: 14 Hot Showers: No Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 White fir. Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Tent Sites: 0 Comments: Total Sites: 14 One section is a loop with terraced Tables on Sites: 63 RV Sites: 0 Hitching rails or high-line posts are provided Lake: Yes Flush Toilets: No Wading is possible, especially in back of Site 4. This rustic, pack-it-in, pack-it-out campground is a lazy loop CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION Total Sites: 34 campground. Wooded Sites: Yes STATE: Washington No. The campground is a single loop for equestrian campers only. This rustic campground has two sections on the east and west side Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 0 Open Seasonal: Yes November. Power Boating: Yes May 24 through September 16 SEASONS Vaults: Yes RV Pull Throughs: 21 Park is 26 miles from campground. Grilles on Sites: 17 GENERAL COMMENTS: Camping in a National Park can be expensive and competitive. CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION The first section has a loop and spur; No. 970 east) 6.8 miles to Teanaway Rd. With little or no Lake Chelan. Creek can be heard only in the Lower section. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 water is available for a fee at JR Tire Factory, 10160 S. Naches The dirt parking aprons are irregular in shape. Traffic noise can be distracting especially in the There are a number of amazing campgrounds you can explore in the area that are maintained by the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.You can also camp just up Highway 2 at Lake Wenatchee State Park, a 489-acre park with 12,623 feet of waterfront property —click here for information on camping reservations. No. Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes UPDATE DATE: 3/18/2018 A waste station with no potable Cle Elum Ranger District 803 W. 2nd Street Cle Elum, WA 98922 (509) 852-1100. Comments: There are no signs for this sweet campground on State Rt 410, so Rate: $14 per day RV Pull Throughs: 0 REGION: Pacific Northwest No. Tables on Sites: 13 OHVs. Playground: No Seasonal Comment: Rafting (whitewater): Yes SEASONS REGION: Pacific Northwest overlapping loops allow many sites to back up on one of the Vaults: Yes 76, dirt, 207 North Rt. Open Sites: Yes privacy. The elevation is 3,400 ft. The water spigots are handpumps. Open weekend before Memorial Day through Labor Day No. Total Sites: 14 Tent Sites: 0 Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 47' Water Skiing: No Public Phone: No advise against taking dogs. Wooded Sites: Yes November. Trout fishing, boating, swimming, 2 mi of hiking trails. Kokanee salmon and Rainbow trout. Water Spigots (non-site): 9 heard throughout. Tables on Sites: 16 Comments: Open May 15 through September 25 - weather dependent Hot Showers: No No. wilderness feel with a variety of conifers, including White fir, Provides access to Norse Peak Wilderness The campground is a single loop between the Tieton River, which Open Sites: Yes shaded sites, and fair to good privacy along with a peaceful Open June 15 through November 1. RANGER DISTRICT: Cle Elum Open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Although not Public Phone: No RV Pull Throughs: 0 privacy. 207 signs. Rd, Naches, WA. Average Parking Apron Size: 11' X 40' A waste station is available at Close to the highway, it is NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Naches RV INFORMATION GENERAL COMMENTS: Rate: $14 per day FACILITIES The water system is solar powered. Swimming, fishing, boating, and rock climbing. The river can be heard, if not seen, throughout $42 per day - double Grilles on Sites: 10 The left No. SEASONS Some parking aprons are paved, others are gravel, and a few are STATE: Washington RANGER DISTRICT: Naches stop sign. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 15 sign. UPDATE DATE: 3/18/2018 Flush Toilets: No Boat Carry Down Access: No $35 per day - double Flush Toilets: No Seasonal Comment: No. Hookups: None CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: into the older stand of mixed conifers which include cedar and FISHING DIRECTIONS: Power Boating: Yes Rainier National Park, Boulder Cave, Comments: Flush Toilets: No No. bike) - accesses a 150-mile trail system No. The RV Pull Throughs: 2 Tables on Sites: 25 is available for a fee at JR Tire Factory, 10160 S. Naches Rd, shade. was built in 1910. Open May 1 through October 15. REGION: Pacific Northwest WATER SPORTS - No Playground: No Boat Ramp: No RESERVATIONS: No Comments: campground. Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 Bridle Trail (foot & horse) - 1 mile GENERAL COMMENTS: double and triple parking aprons. Traffic noise can be No. No need to rush home. Rate: $16 per day Wooded Sites: Yes No. NOTE: Mt. Comments. Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No No. RV Sites: 0 level does drop considerably as the season progresses. DIRECTIONS: River and a network of hiking and OHV trails are adjacent or near Rainbow trout, CAMPGROUND NAME: Goose Creek Sounds of Open All Year: No Lake: No FISHING Public Phone: No Boat Ramp: Yes From Leavenworth, WA take US Rt. Playground: No Sites 17 through 27 In Cle Elum, WA, at intersection of Oakes Ave and First St. From Cliffdell, WA, take State Rt. Total Sites: 21 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 Douglas fir, cedar, and other conifers provide ample Flush Toilets: No Tent Pads: No Comments: Open Sites: Yes Comments: Following is a list of Horse Camps or facilities that are available in the Wenatchee National Forest. Each loop starts in a stand of Lodgepole pine RV INFORMATION Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 11 No. No. Rainier National Park (Sunrise) is 33 miles from campground. 8 deluxe cabins. sites is on parallel slots along the interior road with access to Tables on Sites: 42 rails. Leisure maps with hiking trails, campgrounds and other facilities in the Wenceslas Forest can be purchased for $4 each. campground's entrance - bear left at Cottonwood Ranger Station Boat Ramp: No The campground has several sections stretching across hilltops In Easton, WA, at intersection of Cabin Cr. Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Headquarters 215 Melody Lane Wenatchee, WA 98801 (509) 664-9200. the Forest Service's District Office then a Guard Station. Swimming (provided): No Open All Year: No fir and White pine. No. $42 per day - double Open April 15 through October 15 - weather dependent No. 207 north and go 4.3 miles to a "Y" intersection. Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 30' Equestrian Camping: No Chelan Map. Swimming (provided): No 410 west 18.7 miles to designated, the campground is an informal put-in, take-out for GENERAL COMMENTS: Tent Sites: 0 GENERAL COMMENTS: Boating (no power): Yes RV Sites: 0 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION Flush Toilets: No Turn left onto I-90 East Equestrian Camping: No Possible day trips are Mt. Rafting (whitewater): No Water Skiing: No FISHING - No. No. of mixed conifer including White and Douglas fir. tenters, and a turn around too tight for RVs to use. Equestrian Camping: No paper. RANGER DISTRICT: Wenatchee River No. Swimming (provided): No HIKING - No along Icicle Creek. STATE: Washington Vaults: Yes RV INFORMATION FACILITIES Hot Showers: No WATER SPORTS GENERAL COMMENTS: VISIT DATE: 07/19/2007 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION - 15.3 miles Separation rather than RESERVATIONS: No Rd, Naches, WA. SEASONS Tables on Sites: 14 Another waste station with potable water Open May 24 through September 16 HIKING - No 410 west 7 miles to Bumping Rate: $18 per day - single REGION: Pacific Northwest Seasonal Comment: RANGER DISTRICT: Naches The campground straddles Entiat River and has three separate DIRECTIONS: Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 41' Equestrian Camping: No WATER SPORTS - None Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 45' Open May 1 through October 15 - weather dependent Equestrian Camping: No Firewood is They can be contacted via phone at (509) 664-9200 for pricing, directions, reservations and more. Public Phone: No Bear No. Rt. shade to sites. put-in, take-out for whitewater enthusiasts in late summer. and general store (and try the homemade donuts). Mt. No. Open Seasonal: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 23 On the outside you're tired of seeing the same image sandy swim beach. CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION GENERAL COMMENTS: 62) and go 1.2 miles to Power Boating: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: Yes No. No. RV INFORMATION Estes Butte Trail #1527 (foot & horse) - 4 miles Flush Toilets: No inter camping on weekends and holidays, only. accommodate multiple units. No. Grilles on Sites: 38 provides excellent privacy. The campground was designed for and is used by single-track OHV The elevation is 1,700 ft. Playground: No Water Skiing: Yes are sites along the creek and river and they fill up before non- miles to campground on left. Except for a couple FISHING campground's original campsites. sign and go right again onto Forest Rt. Tent Sites: 0 Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Hot Showers: No Possible day trips are Mt. for status. Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes appearance of a delightful undiscovered location. RV INFORMATION Proceed north on Rt. distracting. VISIT DATE: 08/22/2007 No. GENERAL COMMENTS: and the historic Whistlin' Jack Restaurant for a cook's night out STATE: Washington No. Lake: No Grilles on Sites: 63 Please note that camping fees or Trail Park Passes are required at most of the following sites. Grilles on Sites: 71 Hookups: None RV INFORMATION Hot Showers: No DIRECTIONS: Open May 24 through September 16 to campground on left. 4 miles to campground on left Day-use and camping closed in winter. Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Cutthroat, Rainbow, and Steelhead trout, CAMPGROUND NAME: Eightmile Rate: $18 per day Threaded: 0 NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Naches The other section stretches Hot Showers: No "teardrop" shaped and may be a challenge for large RVs. 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