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Old 04-20-2016, 08:25 PM   #1
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Boondocking in Seattle

We are relatively new to the RV world. We have had our coach for one year now, and spent the last year at various commercial campgrounds around the greater Seattle area.

We'd like to try out some boondocking in a dispersed camping area - maybe around Mount Baker or Mount Rainier (or possibly the Olympic Peninsula). Can anyone recommend a nice dispersed camping area in this general area? We have a 40' motorhome, so we'd like to ensure we have good access.

(If you have the GPS coordinates, that would be better yet)

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North Cascades, Newhalem area. Anacortes, Whidbey but may not all be free as they are popular.

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Check out Youtube (er) Nomadic Fanatic (Eric) . We spends his summers in and around the Olympia Washington area boondocking. He does a video about everyday. You will have to scroll thru his older videos from the past summers. I believe he is just about back now. He does a very good video production job. Do you have the Washington State Discover Pass?


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John - thank you for the suggestions on areas to visit. We love it out here, and we are always looking for new places to see and camp.

Jim/Diane/Robert - Thanks for the link to "Nomadic Fanatic". I've never seen his videos before. They are good viewing - especially the videos reflecting camping around Washington State. We don't have the Washington State Discover Pass yet, but that looks like a good option.
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