Where can I camp for free in Seattle?
- Twentynine Pines Campground — Cle Elum, WA.
- Cowlitz Wildlife Area — Randle, WA.
- Old Forest Service Campground — Lake Wenatchee, WA.
- Crawfish Lake Campground — Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
- Godman Campground — Wenacha-Tucannon Wilderness.
- Rocky Lake Campground — Colville, WA.
Where can you camp in Washington in July?
- Cougar Rock Campground, Mount Rainier National Park.
- Hoh Rain Forest Campground, Olympic National Park.
- Colonial Creek Campground, North Cascades National Park.
- Cranberry Lake Campground, Deception Pass State Park.
- Lake Wenatchee State Park Campground, Leavenworth.
Where are the boondocks in Seattle?
- Situated on the Teanaway River about 1.5 hours from Seattle, 29 Pines is a fairly large area for boondocking in Washington state.
- Located in the far southeast area, Godman Campground/Trailhead is another excellent choice for boondocking in Washington.
Can you camp at the top of Mt Rainier? If you are climbing Mount Rainier, Muir Camp, located at an elevation of 10,000 feet, is likely one of the first camps you’ll make. Popular for acclimatization and astounding views, Camp Muir is the borderline between tough hiking and the mountaineering needed to reach the top.