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NEW 4th Edition available now!

New revised edition including regional maps, counties where campsites are located, starting points from where to begin your drive and GPS coordinates.

Washington State offers many beautiful and often remote and secluded campgrounds throughout the state. From the lush green Rainforest of the Olympic Peninsula to the rugged mountain regions of the Northeast, and south through the Yakima Valley and as far southeast as the northern reaches of the Umatilla National Forest located just south of the small but quaint town of Pomeroy.

Free Campgrounds in Washington StateMany others can be found from the southern border at the Columbia River northwards to the Okanogan Valley.

Rivers, streams, lakes and mountains await your visit with plenty of hiking trails available that you can use for day hike excursions or take off for days of wilderness exploring.

If you enjoy canoeing or kayaking, be sure to bring them along since many of these campgrounds are set on lakes, some big enough to spend days exploring. Bring your bicycles as well!

The most important thing though is to get out there and enjoy the beautiful areas that Washington State has to offer. Beats the heck out of camping on pavement.

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