Wild camp

Wild camp in National Forest | Wild Camping

United States
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Details

Last Visited: 2 months ago
GPS: 46.711920, -121.577900
Altitude: 499.0 masl
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Amenities

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

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Description

Huge area in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest just seconds outside of the Mount Rainier National Park boundaries. Right in the forest next to a river. Many opportunities for camping for rigs of any size. Road is a little rough coming down but should still be doable even if you're in a larger vehicle. Plenty of fire rings and no mosquitoes! It's paradise out here and can't get much closer to the park. Please keep it clean!

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Came in @ 11:30 pm. Nice spot to crash for the night.

Beautiful hiden place near NP close to river with a fire pit

We were happy to find a place where we’re actually allowed to camp and use the space.
We stayed one night. It was full for Memorial weekend. It’s probably magical at other times.
One lane gravel road to get there. It must not be fun to meet another vehicle while coming down or up.

Great spot, and many different sites.
We got in with a truck camper and a sm. utility trailer, wouldn't go much bigger.
Shame to see people leaving their garbage behind, otherwise as said a great spot.

Stayed here again. As beautiful as ever despite the constant rain. Squishy ground though so be careful you don’t get stuck in the mud...

Fantastic place, we stayed 3 nights. Big sites, access is not difficult. Really quiet with nice access to the river. Highly recommended

Great spot. Can hear the road nearby, but feels very remote. Steep entrance road isn't so bad as it first appears; no troubles getting down gravel road in a 2wd sprinter.

Several dispersed campsites along the Ohanapecosh River in Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Low branches and thick forest makes the approach a bit tricky. Not for big rigs, but we made it with 19 ft length, 12 ft heigt and 7 ft width. The road is close but the sites are down in a valley, so it is quiet. There was one more camper at the site but far away, Ohanapecosh Campground is close by but was full.

Beautiful site, literally minutes from the Stevens Canyon entrance to Rainier. A little rough to get into with out Mercedes Sprinter van, but well worth it! Fell asleep to the sound of running water and slept in the next day because our car was in complete shade!

Stayed 5 nights, 4 of those nights I had whole place to myself. Absolutely gorgeous place. Looks less than ideal upon arrival, but walk down to beautiful river from any of the multiple sites and you will see how beautiful it is. I hope people respect this place more (pack out your trash and shotgun shells, stop leaving toilet paper everywhere! Gross)

It was magical...

Huge area in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest just seconds outside of the Mount Rainier National Park boundaries. Right in the forest next to a river. Many opportunities for camping for rigs of any size. Road is a little rough coming down but should still be doable even if you're in a larger vehicle. Plenty of fire rings and no mosquitoes! It's paradise out here and can't get much closer to the park. Please keep it clean!