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Old 12-17-2011, 07:54 PM   #1
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Planning next year at Mount Ranier

Any good suggestion for about a weeks stay around the Mount Ranier area? State, National or private are all okay by us. We will be pulling our 23 foot Tahoe TT and don't mind plugging it in when we get there, we do like some comfort.

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Old 12-24-2011, 01:50 AM   #2
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Millersylvania SP located just So of Tumwater is really nice but not real close to Mt Rainier.Sorry but living in Olympia I do not know much about CG's in this area.
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Old 12-24-2011, 02:34 AM   #3
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You shouldn't have any problem using the campgrounds within the park. No electric, dump station in park, water available, restricted hours for generators. Length limit for trailers is 27'. Might be some camping in Packwood, WA.
Beautiful area but can stay cloudy. Lots of hiking & day trips around the mountain.
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We stayed in Mounthaven Resort(link below) campground in August 2011. Very close to the entrance to Mt Rainier and a nice small park. WIFI was only available by the office and due the big trees no tv or cell. But I higly recommend this place if you want to be close to the park. Also take the hike to Comet Falls and make sure you don't miss going to Paradise and hike around there. A beautiful park!! One our favorite spots on our trip this year.

Family friendly cabins | Mounthaven Resort cabins | Mt Rainier Washington State
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Old 12-29-2011, 12:25 AM   #5
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Thanks a million, this looks exactly like what we were looking for. Now it is just a matter of passing the time until we can go!

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www.nps.gov/state/wa/ Here is a website to all National Parks in Washington State. If you go beyond the private parks the experience is far greater.

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We use every type of campground available to us here in our neck of the woods. This time, due to some medical issues with my wife we decided to use a commercial park. Thanks for the input.
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