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Old 04-15-2018, 12:20 PM   #1
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Anyone Boondock on Mt St Helens?

Anyone rv camp on My St Helens? Me and the wife go up there several times a year. The things you see when your not in a park and hiking.

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There's no boondocking allowed in the national park but on the backside is lots of national forest land to do so.

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We camp mostly on the south side but there's plenty of places on the north side also.
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I "live" near-ish MSH, and I use a tent or sleep in the bed of my pickup when out in those parts (they call it the "bed" of the pickup, so why not use it for one? )
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