DNR Dispersed Camping | Wild Camping

United States

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

Details

Last Visited: 2 months ago
GPS: 48.01556, -122.96302
Altitude: 393.1 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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cloverman525

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Description

On these coordinates there are 3 spots. Roads are just a bit a bumpy coming up. Took some time after arriving to pick up some trash, along with a sandwich bag full of spent gun shells, none recent. Looks like in the past oime locals had a bunch of fun. Area has no amenities, be self sufficient.

The spots are as follows. The first spot is a bit unlevel with mulch/dirt. The second is the one mostly pictured, and has a fire ring. The third you can get to, only if you aren't low to the ground, 4×4 is ideal. Witnessed a Subaru Outback get through the "tree stump hump". Sadly didn't get a picture of that one.

Enjoy Washington!

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Day use with Discovery Pass only. As posted, no camping or overnight parking allowed!

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These coordinates did not work. We left to find another spot

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Stayed at the first spot! It was easy getting in and nice view :)
Had a quiet night!

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On these coordinates there are 3 spots. Roads are just a bit a tad bumpy coming up. Took some time after arriving to pick up some trash, along with a sandwich bag full spent gun shells, none recent. Looks like in the past sime locals had a bunch of fun. Area has no amenities, be self sufficient.

The spots are as follows. The first spot is a tad bit unlevel mulch/dirt. The second is the one mostly pictured, and has a fire ring. The third you can get to, only if you aren't low to the ground, 4×4 is ideal. Witnessed a Subaru Outback get through the "tree stump hump". Sadly didn't get a picture of that one.

Enjoy Washington!

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