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Old 06-01-2012, 09:26 PM   #15
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forks 101 rv park in forks and visit the hoa rain Forrest and rialto beach
Sounds like another great idea!
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If you want to risk a bit further afield, there's Deception Pass SP, Bayview SP and a private CG called Pioneer Trails all in the Anacortes/Burlington area. There's also a city park (Washington Park) out at the west end of Anacortes, near the Ferry Terminal.
One of our favorites.
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It is open to anyone, it is a regular state park. I think there are some sort of military condos or something in the town of pacific beach.The sites are all paved, but the sites with the best access and view are the lower numbers, which dont have elect./water, but we just use our genset and they have potable water. Otherwise, you can pick a higher numbered site and have hookups. We always take sites 3 thru 6, whichever is available because they have beach access right at your door step. Once you go there, you will always go back. Its very reasonable priced and very relaxing! You can also drive your personal automobile on the beach in certain sections.We always take our jeep with us. Hope this info helps!
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What great ideas and information! Thanks so much to everyone. Please keep the ideas coming as we will sure use them.
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i love washington. Born and raised here. There are so many beautiful places to camp. I dont think anyone mentioned leavensworth, and lake whenachee area. I love those spots. There is about 5 campgrounds up icicle creek road , i think thats the name of the road?
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CorLynn we do have plans for Leavensworth this summer. Thanks for the idea on Lake Whenachee.
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Old 06-02-2012, 12:59 PM   #21
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Try Scootney Park Reservation near Connell, WA between Moses Lake and the Tri-Cities. We stayed there last summer for a few days and it is great. It is first come first served and no hook-ups. We just ran the generator to recharge batteries and run the AC when it was very hot. Nice lake to swim or fish.
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Try Scootney Park Reservation near Connell, WA between Moses Lake and the Tri-Cities. We stayed there last summer for a few days and it is great. It is first come first served and no hook-ups. We just ran the generator to recharge batteries and run the AC when it was very hot. Nice lake to swim or fish.
Great idea too! Thanks everyone for all the great info on places to stay.
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Does anyone know if there are camp sites on the Klickitat River in Washington? I was there with family when I was 12 but have no idea where we camped. Any info would be appreciated.
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Sohapi: There is a military (US Navy) resort also at Pacific Beach which includes an RV site (FHU), and some cottages for rent. It is up on a hill from the state park with a nice view although not as close to the ocean as the state park. We've stayed there a couple of times and hope to return sometime in the future.
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Hi:

Check out Icicle River RV Park in Levenworth. Great base camp for enjoying the area and a very pleasant park.

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There's a really nice privately-owned park in the Leavenworth area. We much prefer it to Icicle River. It's called "Blu-Shastin" and is about 7 miles south of Peshastin on SR97.

Shady sites, not too expensive and very nice people that own the place. It's on a shallow stream that's a tributary of the Wenatchee river.
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There's a really nice privately-owned park in the Leavenworth area. We much prefer it to Icicle River. It's called "Blu-Shastin" and is about 7 miles south of Peshastin on SR97.

Shady sites, not too expensive and very nice people that own the place. It's on a shallow stream that's a tributary of the Wenatchee river.
That's great to know~Thanks so much! That is where we will hang out hat on our trip there then.
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There are two camp grounds there, the State run right on the beach, as mentioned above. The Second is known as "Pacific Beach" and is an MWR Site, which is not on the beach, but on the bluff north of the Pacific Beach Conference Center. It is intended for Military, active and retired.
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